First Realtime H.264 Encoder Directed Towards PSP

Source: techjapan

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Fuji Work is the first company to announce a realtime H.264 encoder. It features a Memory Stick Duo slot, and o­ne of its intended uses is with “portable game devices” such as the PSP.

Fuji Work announced o­n the 20th that they will release the “PvrAlex” media recorder that supports realtime H.264/MPEG-4 AVC encoding, in September. It is Open Price, but the company stated that it will cost “about the same or less than DVD / HDD recorders.”

This product can take signals obtained from either its integrated terrestrial analog tuner or an external source and encode it into the H.264/MPEG-4 format, then output them to either Memory Stick PRO Duo/Duo or a not-included hard drive. It does not feature an internal DVD drive or hard drive.

The company is acquiring a Memory Stick Video Format (MSVF) license from Sony, and the files that are outputted by this device can be viewed o­n portable game devices supporting MSVF — such as the PSP. When outputting files, two resolutions can be selected: SDTV (525i) for use with household TVs, and QVGA (320 x 240) for use with the PSP.

Five bitrates can be selected: HQ (3Mbps), SP (2Mbps), LP (1Mbps), EP (768kbps), and CS (Custom).

Read more in our forums [here].
Thanks to Blindmark for the news!

Source: techjapan

L_hi_fu02

Fuji Work is the first company to announce a realtime H.264 encoder. It features a Memory Stick Duo slot, and o­ne of its intended uses is with “portable game devices” such as the PSP.

Fuji Work announced o­n the 20th that they will release the “PvrAlex” media recorder that supports realtime H.264/MPEG-4 AVC encoding, in September. It is Open Price, but the company stated that it will cost “about the same or less than DVD / HDD recorders.”

This product can take signals obtained from either its integrated terrestrial analog tuner or an external source and encode it into the H.264/MPEG-4 format, then output them to either Memory Stick PRO Duo/Duo or a not-included hard drive. It does not feature an internal DVD drive or hard drive.

The company is acquiring a Memory Stick Video Format (MSVF) license from Sony, and the files that are outputted by this device can be viewed o­n portable game devices supporting MSVF — such as the PSP. When outputting files, two resolutions can be selected: SDTV (525i) for use with household TVs, and QVGA (320 x 240) for use with the PSP.

Five bitrates can be selected: HQ (3Mbps), SP (2Mbps), LP (1Mbps), EP (768kbps), and CS (Custom).

Read more in our forums [here].
Thanks to Blindmark for the news!

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