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Introducing the New TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 2.0 PREMIUM Software for Smart and Powerful HD Editing

Capture Video Directly from a HDV Camcorder and Add Transition Effects

Gardena, CA — August 27, 2007 — TMPG, Inc., the company that makes digital video easy, is about to make video editing even easier. TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 2.0 PREMIUM, is a frame-level cut video editing software package that offers advanced features such as: high definition video and set top DVD Recorder (DVD-VR) support, DVR-MS support, integrated Dolby Digital sound, fit-to-disc transcoding, VRCopy DVD-RAM importing and writing tool, Smart Rendering, multiplexing and de-multiplexing, and more. The software is optimized for Intel dual and quad core processors. The product will be available in early September for purchase by download at www.tmpg-inc.com for the introductory price of $48.95 (regular price $64.95).

OOur TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 2.0 PREMIUM offers a host of new features. It is also a winner of the “Vector Proregi” award for the Animation/DVD category from Vector, one of the largest ESD websites in Japan,O commented TMPG Inc. CEO Kimi Matsuki.

ONow users can capture high definition and other digital video directly from many sources to quickly edit and add transitions between clips. It is Windows Vista Aero compatible and has a robust new interface, which combined with DirectX powered thumbnail navigation makes digital editing easier than ever before,” added Matsuki.

High Definition Video Editing?Quickly cut edit in high definition – the Smart Rendering feature makes the editing process faster and easier by only re-encoding the surrounding frames versus the entire movie. Users can capture video directly from a HDV camcorder to TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 2.0 PREMIUM via an i.LINK/IEEE 1394 interface.

Windows Vista Aero
Experience a next-generation desktop through the Windows Vista Premium, Business, or Ultimate edition. Use all features of Windows Aero, such as translucent windows and better text rendering. Windows XP is also supported.
?Improved User Interface
The streamlined graphical user interface has added functionality in the Clip Edit window. Users can now expand or collapse various toolbars to increase/decrease preview area size or hide tools not in use. Navigate video clips with the DirectX powered thumbnail navigation. The software utilizes the video processorOs power to navigate clips at ultra-fast speeds. And with the Smart Scene Search feature, where users can quickly find the next or previous scene change, searching for that one scene during video editing has never been easier.

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Video Transition Effects
A new feature is the ability to choose from 51 different video transition effects between clips. Select transitions such as Fade In/Out, Slide-In/Out, Vertical Blinds, and more! A simple transition editor allows users to choose a transition effect, set the duration, and preview the video.

DVD Recorder Editing
The software allows DVD recorder users to import footage directly into MPEG Editor 2.0.PREMIUM. Remove commercials or unwanted scenes and play the file back on a DVD recorder since the software processes video with virtually no re-encoding.

VRCopy Tool
Powered by Panasonic and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., the VRCopy tool allows users to read and write to DVD-RAM discs. Many DVD recorders use DVD-RAM discs; the VRCopy tool can be used to import content so it can be edited and then output it back to a DVD-RAM disc.

Smart Rendering
Smooth-cut editing is assured with advanced Smart Rendering technology, which only re-encodes edited frames instead of the entire movie. It solves the problem of “too much content, not enough storage space.” Users specify a file’s desired final output size while maintaining the video’s original quality.

About TMPG, Inc.?TMPG, Inc. makes digital video easy. Headquartered in Gardena, California, the company was established early in 2003, built on a solid foundation of technology developed by its parent company, PEGASYS, Inc. The company’s two flagship products, the TMPGEnc video encoder series and the new TMPGEnc DVD Author, anchor a strong line of retail and OEM digital video editing and encoding products for home and professional users.

The recognized leaders in developing quality video encoding tools for MPEG applications, TMPG Inc.’s encoding technology is also incorporated into numerous commercial and professional video editing and DVD-creation software products. Applications developed by its parent, PEGASYS, have been bundled with quality products from top worldwide manufacturers, including Sony Japan and Pioneer Australia. For more information about TMPG, Inc. and its products, visit the company’s website at www.tmpg-inc.com.
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Contact:
Carol Warren
Antarra Communications
(714) 891-3660
cwarren@antarra.com

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