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Super LoiLoScope Editing Software Edits, Plays and Outputs Full HD Movies at Incredible Speed on NVIDIA GeForce GPUs
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|Brian Burke||Ryutaro Sugiyama|
|NVIDIA Corporation||LoiLo Inc.|
The MARS version for Super LoiLoScope uses the NVIDIA CUDA computing engine found inside NVIDIA GPUs to encode, decode and playback high definition movie files.
By using NVIDIA CUDA technology, Super LoiLoScope can encode movies up to 10 times faster than a CPU.
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Super LoiLoScope MARS is a powerful movie creation software package with an intuitive and simple user interface that makes it ideal for aspiring movie makers of all ages.
- April 8th, 2009- LoiLo Inc. (Kanagawa, Fujisawa City, CEO: Koji Sugiyama) has released Super LoiLoScope MARS, a new version of the company’s easy to use video editing software that makes editing high definition (HD) movies accessible for the average consumer. By using the parallel processing power of NVIDIA® GeForce CUDA-enabled GPUs, Super LoiLoScope MARS creates movie files up to 10 times fasteri than CPU powered encoders, dramatically lowering the cost of a PC powerful enough to edit high definition content.
“Most amateur videographers will attest that playing, editing and rendering HD movies on an average personal computer was a frustrating task that took an exorbitant amount of time,” said Koji Sugiyama, CEO of LoiLo inc. “Super LoiLoScope MARS lets you edit full resolution HD movies quickly and output files for playback on various devices, and the web at incredible speed thanks to NVIDIA.”
Super LoiLoScope MARS has an intuitive and easy to understand user interface that makes it ideal for aspiring movie makers of all ages to create movies, regardless of their technical knowledge. Despite its unassuming interface, Super LoiLoScope MARS is a powerful movie creation software package with a list of new features that includes:
The MARS version for Super LoiLoScope uses the NVIDIA CUDA™ computing engine found inside NVIDIA GPUs to encode, decode and playback high-quality, high definition movie files quickly.
“The beauty of Super LoiLoScope MARS is its speed and simplicity,” said Michael Steele, general manager of Visual Consumer Solutions at NVIDIA. “Its innovative interface makes advanced video editing understandable for the masses, and Loilo is yet another example of a mainstream consumer application tapping the tremendous power of GPU computing.”
For more information on Super LoiLoScope MARS or to download a free trail version, visit Loilo’s website at http://loilo.tv. Users who are already using LoiLoScope will receive an automatic update to enable CUDA support.
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About LoiLo Inc
We LoiLo inc. have created a brand new movie editing software for the next generation. The founding Sugiyama brothers, Koji, a brilliant graphic software developer, and Ryutaro, a computer graphic artist, have years of gaming industry experience at Sega, Namco Bandai. LoiLoScope, an Ultra fast GPU-based video editing software with game like interface,developed by two ex-top Japanese game creators. LoiLo Inc. won four prestigious awards in 2007 including the Microsoft Innovation Award for Best Commercial Business. LoiLo Inc. is a privately held company located in Kanagawa, Japan.
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i Based on testing in Windows Vista on an Intel Core2Duo E8200@2,66GHz CPU (670 seconds) and comparing it to a NVIDIA GeForce GTX280 GPU (65 seconds) and transcoding a 60 sec AVCHD movie file to mp4 at 1920x1080.