GEAR Announces Video Encoder Added to SDK
New Encoder Offers MPEG Video Cleanup
Jupiter, FL (2010-08-17) – GEAR® Software, a leading maker of professional software developer tools for CD and DVD authoring, today announced the addition of a digital video-to-Mpeg encoder to its GEARWorks SDK for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. GEARWorks SDK is a DVD and CD authoring and burning engine that is licensed by GEAR to software development companies. The GEAR encoder will be made available to GEAR's existing GEARWorks Licensees, along with future GEAR customers with video encoding requirements. GEAR's new encoder accepts Digital Video (DV) as a source and filters it to render DVD compliant output to GEARWorks SDK. It has the ability to filter the source video and eliminate conflicts associated with ingesting sub-standard output from video encoding hardware into the GEAR authoring engine. As a result, software developers who license GEARWorks no longer need to license a third-party encoder if they use DV as a source.
Since 1986, GEAR Software has set the industry standard GEAR as a leading provider of development tools (GEARWorks SDK) that enable software development companies to integrate optical recording technology into their own products. "GEAR-powered" CD and DVD recording technology, via the GEARWorks Toolkit developer library, is integrated in a variety of software products for data storage, consumer audio, digital imaging, on-line entertainment, publishing, medical imaging, and information security. GEAR also creates robust and reliable multi-platform premastering and recording solutions that support Windows, Linux and UNIX. GEAR Software, Inc. is a privately-held company headquartered in Jupiter, Florida.
Contact: Sam Plummer, Senior Vice President, GEAR Software, firstname.lastname@example.org