CES 2008 Prelude - Various HD DVD-Related Products At CES 2008
ArcSoft, Inc. is demonstrating several of its multimedia solutions next week, January 7-10, at CES including TotalMedia Extreme, Print Creations, PhotoStudio Darkroom, and its embedded imaging technologies, and at Digital Experience! on January 6th, 7pm, at Caesars Palace, Augustus Ballroom, Las Vegas.
For demonstration of HD DVD-related products such as TotalMedia Extreme (A suite of products that also allows HD DVD authoring and burning) and TotalMedia Theatre (for HD DVD playback), they will be at the following location at CES 2008 Las Vegas:
- South Hall 1, Booth #21266: ArcSoft at HD DVD Promotion Group
Corel Corporation and its partners will demonstrate Corel's full range of easy-to-use, yet powerful software products for the creation, capture, editing, authoring, burning and playback of standard and high-definition digital content at CES 2008. The HD DVD-supported products demonstrated at the event includes Corel WinDVD 8 Platinum for HD DVD playback, Ulead DVD MovieFactory 6 Plus for HD DVD authoring and burning, and Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus for editing high-definition video in HD DVD format.
The demonstration will take place at HD DVD Promotional Group, South Hall 1, Booth #21266.
DTS, Inc. returns to main floor of the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 7-10, Booth # 21913, South Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center, with breakthrough demonstrations of its new DTS Surround Sensation simulated surround sound technologies, innovative high definition content distribution partnership news with XStreamHD, as well as new developments in its highly regarded DTS-HD Master Audio technology (as supported on the HD DVD format). At CES, the company will be showcasing its offerings for the consumer electronics, personal computing, and digital content distribution marketplaces including live A/B demonstrations of DTS Surround Sensation headphone technology.
The company will also distribute its new HD DVD movie / music sampler discs featuring DTS-HD Master Audio throughout the show.
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