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EvolutionTV gets real-time video compression for iPod

Miglia Technology today announced the release of a free software update for its EvolutionTV digital video recorder for the Mac. The version 2.6 update adds real-time video compression for the fifth-generation iPod as well as the Sony PSP. “EvolutionTV is the only digital video recorder to offer real-time iPod encoding,” says Miglia. “Real-time encoding removes the need to go through a software export step, a very lengthy operation.”

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Wow! so no more waiting for a dvd to be converted as long as it’s already a video file? This doesn’t seem possible, can someone please explain it better.

Posted by Jonathan on February 14, 2006 at 4:27 PM (CST)


You are misunderstanding. It does real-time compression of a live TV show not any video file. I just want a windows version. Hauppauge Wing has got a long way to go.

Posted by Meir on February 14, 2006 at 4:48 PM (CST)


can we believe it though, my alchemy TV can get the picture and sound out of skin after 20 mins of recording and thats a pci on a dual 2.7, this is usb hhhmmm

Posted by andy on February 14, 2006 at 9:38 PM (CST)

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