InterVideo, Inc., a leader in digital media software technology and PC/CE convergence, and Ulead Systems, Inc., a 16-year industry leader in video, image and DVD software, today announced that they will showcase InterVideo Home Theater and InterVideo Media Content Server together with several MCE Plug-in applications at the Fall Intel Developer Forum this week. The demonstration will take place at the Taipei International Convention Center.
InterVideo's advanced Digital Home solution includes the latest version of InterVideo Home Theater, an all-in-one digital home entertainment software solution, and InterVideo Media Content Server. InterVideo Home Theater is a complete solution for watching and recording TV programs, viewing videos, creating personal music libraries and producing photo slideshows. A Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)-certified digital media player, InterVideo Home Theater can play media content from any digitally compliant media server, including the InterVideo Media Content Server.
InterVideo Media Content Server can be used to turn any PC into a powerful multimedia server. It manages and streams digital entertainment content to other UPnP-connected devices such as CE devices and PCs within a home network. In addition to being UPnP-certified, InterVideo Media Content Server and InterVideo Home Theater are also DLNA certified, providing consumers with the assurance that they comply with all mandatory requirements in the DLNA Home Networked Device Interoperability Guidelines.
At IDF, InterVideo and Ulead will also jointly present several of their Windows MCE Plug-in solutions, which are designed to work seamlessly with a Microsoft Media Center environment and the new Intel Viiv technology-based PCs. The benefits of the MCE Plug-in solutions will be showcased in demonstrations of DVD playback, direct burning and photo slideshow using applications such as InterVideo XPack, InterVideo Disc Label, Ulead DV Show and Ulead Slide Show.
"InterVideo is committed to providing easy, affordable solutions for sharing digital content throughout the digital home -- a concept pioneered by Intel," said Steve Ro, CEO and President of InterVideo. "Ease of use and interoperability are key requirements for the success of Digital Home products, and by combining UPnP and DLNA certification with InterVideo's advanced technologies, consumers can be confident that InterVideo Home Theater and InterVideo Media Content Server provide the device interoperability they need to maximize their entertainment experience."