"As desktop and notebook PCs are being relied on to deliver the best video experience, you will have to ensure that you have the right combination of hardware and software," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink Corp. "It was only natural for us to work with NVIDIA, for the company's depth of experience in developing video and graphics technologies will enable us to bring high-definition video content to consumers worldwide."
"As the first broadband distributor of high-definition video-on-demand, we certainly have a strong appreciation for HD and good-looking content," said Bruce Eisen, president of CinemaNow, a video-on-demand company that delivers video over the Internet to home PCs. "We're impressed with NVIDIA's ongoing investments in PureVideo technology which brings better HD picture quality and transportability to our customers. NVIDIA technology is an excellent choice for home PCs used to download and watch CinemaNow HD films."
Red Giant Software:
"With the power of a GeForce 7800 GTX GPU and PureVideo technology, we're seeing HD rendering performance that is 12 times faster than the CPU alone for our Magic Bullet Editors product. We used to look at seconds per frame, now we can deliver frames per second," said Sean Safreed, a founder of Red Giant Software, the makers of professional plug-ins for video editing and effects applications from Adobe, Apple, Avid, and Sony. "For the first time ever, professionals and consumers can experience real-time film-look effects processing at the highest quality on affordable hardware. The Magic Bullet with GPU-acceleration delivers image quality that is comparable to systems costing tens of thousands of dollars."