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Inteset Movie Collection Module Now Supports Blu-ray

Hanover MA, Aug 13, 2008, Inteset, has updated its Movie Collection server module to fully support Blu-ray movies. 

One of the major selling features of the Inteset media server has been its ability to store, search, and play back movies seamlessly within the Windows Media Center interface using the proprietary Movie Collection module. Inteset has offered this feature to its dealers for years and has now improved the capabilities by adding full Blu-ray support. In addition, movie profile lookups are simpler than ever. The system will scan the inserted DVD or Blu-ray disc to identify it, and then retrieve full profile information from Inteset's all-new movie database. Lookups can also be performed based on UPC code and movie title.

"We're happy to make available this exciting new upgrade of our Movie Collection module," states David Hirsh, Inteset's Director of Business Development. "The module with additional Blu-ray support works perfectly with our new 15 terabyte A/V NAS storage server and Vana advanced extender systems as well," explains Hirsh.

The Inteset Movie Collection module is available on all Inteset media servers. Blu-ray playback is now standard on the Inteset Maximus media server and optional on the Denzel and Vana media servers. The module upgrade is free on all prior and new Inteset servers running Vista Media Center.

To learn more about how to obtain the latest Inteset Movie Collection module and other Inteset products and services, visit www.inteset.com. Get a live demonstration by visiting Inteset at CEDIA 2008, Denver, CO, booth 452.

About Inteset

Inteset, LLC has been creating high-end home entertainment products since 2003. Inteset offers four categories of products: media servers, media extenders, high-capacity storage devices, and exclusive software for its systems. The near silent media servers come with up to 8TB of internal, 15TB external, protected storage. The advanced media extenders are independent systems as well as A/V distribution clients. All systems are shipped with an enriched Microsoft Windows Media Center interface that includes a movie management module and a multi-zone music module among other exclusive software offerings. These systems appeal to A/V dealers and integrators domestically and internationally for their high-integrity construction, reliability, ease-of-use, unique entertainment modules and services, price point, and interoperability with advanced control systems.

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Published Tue, Aug 19 2008 7:17 by chrisl

Comments

# re: Inteset Movie Collection Module Now Supports Blu-ray

Wow, looks like they ripped off My Movies big time.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008 1:11 PM by digitalfreak

# re: Inteset Movie Collection Module Now Supports Blu-ray

I wouldn't be surprised if it is OEM'ed from Brian.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008 1:15 PM by chrisl

# re: Inteset Movie Collection Module Now Supports Blu-ray

Hi Chris,

It's not a My Movies OEM - Inteset have had their own software for years.

Regards,

Brian

Wednesday, August 20, 2008 12:22 AM by Brian Binnerup

# re: Inteset Movie Collection Module Now Supports Blu-ray

Sooo, can it "store" Blu-ray movies?  That would be the main draw for me.

Sunday, August 24, 2008 5:05 PM by Barstool