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    By Vangie Beal :  July 3, 2002

    (Press Release) Cirrus Logic has announced that its CS92288 MPEG Audio/Video codec chip has been incorporated into the Intel Media Center Reference Design. The reference design was created to help hardware and software developers accelerate the development and production of powerful, scaleable, integrated consumer products that offer personal video recording, Web browsing, and video on demand. The Cirrus CS92288 codec offers audio and video real-time encoding and decoding in a single, highly integrated device. It supports MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 digital-video standards as well as Dolby Digital and MPEG digital-audio standards. The codec enables high-quality video and audio playback across the widest range of bitrates, offering cost-saving advantages to OEMs. For example, using a lower bitrate setting provides greater content storage capacity for end-users, while allowing OEMs to cut costs on disk drives by potentially using smaller drives that still provide high visual quality.


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