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    By Vangie Beal :  May 28, 2003

    (Press Release) ATI Technologies Inc. has launched All-In-Wonder Encode, a software MPEG2 encoder for PCs running Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition. MPEG2 encoding is absolutely central to the function of a Media Center PC and has previously been accomplished using dedicated hardware on an add-in card, because software based decoding was believed to be too slow. However, OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) can now get the same or better performance from ATI's All-In-Wonder Encode software. This saves them about $50 per PC, reduces complexity and frees up a PCI slot. All-In-Wonder Encode is currently available with ATI's highly acclaimed All-In-Wonder range of combined graphics and TV in/out boards. The combination is the ideal solution for Media Center PCs because an OEM using All-In-Wonder Encode and an All-In-Wonder board saves the PCI slot by including all the TV in/out functionality with industry-leading graphics on a single AGP card.

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