NXP Software Demonstrates New Products and Concepts From HD Video
Editing to High Impact 3D, Showing How Devices Makers and Service
Providers can Deliver Tomorrow's Experiences Today
EINDHOVEN, The Netherlands, Feb. 11 /CNW/ - NXP Software is offering
visitors a chance to discover "the future of mobile multimedia today"
on its stand A15, Hall 1 at Mobile World Congress 2011. The demos focus
on new capabilities for mobiles such as fully-fledged HD video editing
on touchscreen devices, 3D media playback and audio "close-ups"
(ensuring individual voices are clear on video recordings).
In addition, the company is highlighting its growing range of LifeVibes
multimedia products for the Android platform. NXP Software is working
closely with Google on multimedia for Android through the Open Handset
Alliance, and will be sharing some of its unique know-how at special
Android Academy sessions, open to all interested visitors to MWC 2011.
"Mobile devices are transforming people's lives and the mobile market is
transforming too," says Peter Van de Berg, Marketing Director of NXP
Software. "There's real convergence going on now, with content
available on multiple screens - from mobile devices to the living room
TV. Plus of course, there's the massive growth of tablets and smart
phones. It's changing consumer expectations and market dynamics, and
it's making multimedia experiences an ever more valuable differentiator
for device markers and service providers."
In particular, the LifeVibes demos at MWC highlight ways to enhance the
experience of HD and 3D content on mobile devices. LifeVibes
MediaArtist, which is being demonstrated on a touchscreen device under
Android 2.3 (the Gingerbread release), supports 720p content and a rich
set of manual video editing features, along with advanced features such
as instant preview.
NXP Software's 3D software is designed to ensure mobile device makers
can offer consumers a true 3D experience, combined with a rich 3D audio
effect. Available for mobile phones and tablets, it supports all sizes
and types of 3D screens, both auto-stereoscopic and active technology.
Furthermore, consumers can enjoy 2D video and YouTube content, as well
as 3D Blu-ray material.
The company will also be demonstrating Audio Zoom at MWC 2011. As more
and more people use their phones to capture video, this software
provides a way to enhance the audio quality. It allows people to "zoom
in" on a specific person who is speaking (in a similar way to zooming
the image), enhancing the intelligibility of their voice and reducing
the background noise, so that the speaker's voice is crystal clear in
the video clip.
About NXP Software
NXP Software is a world-wide leading software vendor for mobile
multimedia. It specializes in innovative multimedia solutions and
applications to help mobile device manufacturers and service providers
deliver unique multimedia experiences.
End-user insights drive their designs, resulting differentiating
end-user experiences while their unmatched audio and video expertise
ensures better performance and truly customizable solutions. NXP
Software has established strong partnerships with key vendors to ensure
optimum flexibility, ease-of-integration and interoperability between
hardware and software platforms. Its LifeVibes software is used in over
850 million mobile devices, making the company the market leader in
software solutions and applications for mobile multimedia. LifeVibes is
a trademark of NXP Software.
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