Cirrus Logic Announces New DVD Recording Technology That Lets PC Users Compose Their Own DVDs

6/5/2002 - Cirrus Logic, Inc. (Nasdaq: CRUS) today introduced new technology that makes it easy to record audio and video in real-time from any analog source, encode it into MPEG2 format, store it onto a PC for editing, and save it onto DVD recordable media. Cirrus’ USB-DVR CS92288 reference design enables the creation of sub-$200 products that preserve, edit and store aging analog home movies and videotape collections onto DVD media. Additionally, the design can output MPEG video to either a computer display or a standard NTSC/PAL video monitor, allowing consumers to play back their DVD creations on their TV sets or record them onto a VCR to share with family and friends. According to Mike McCoy, CEO of ADS Technologies, the reference design will play a role in future ADS products.

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