Digital Camera Media Studio 2.0
A world's first: watch movies, TV and
video on your Digital Photo Camera ! Use your camera as
portable media center. DVDs, recorded TV, YouTube videos, downloaded films
and all other video content can be watched on your Sony
Cybershot or Casio Digital Camera, in great quality, in
full screen. The software installs on your PC, you insert
a DVD or pick a video from your harddrive and with only
two clicks, you have it on your camera, ready to watch on
the go. A 512 Mb memorycard is enough to store a couple
episodes of a tv-series, a full length feature film, or
hundred minutes of video presentations. Let your children
watch their favourite TV-cartoons in the car or watch a
blockbuster movie while travelling for business. Connect
your camera to a TV set (with the tv-out cable that comes
with the device) and your camera doubles as a super-compact
DVD/video player that displays the media content on TV.
This PC software converts all media (AVI, 3GP, MPEG, VOB),
coming from any drive (hard disk, DVD, CD, etc) to a portable
movie file, which will play on any compatible SONY or CASIO
camera, from a postage stamp size memory card. This is the
first and only software wordlwide that can encode the Sony
Subtitled and foreign language DVDs are also supported. You may read the manual for more information. Or check out what the press thinks.
Software runs on: Windows XP/2000/NT/Vista
and the listed Sony Cybershot and Casio digital still camera's.
A minimum of 512 Mb memorycard is needed for a full DVD.
Download a TRIAL
VERSION, or buy the FULL
VERSION for $ 32.95 / EUR 29.95
This software was not designed
or produced to circumvent technology that effectively protects
access to, or restricts the duplication of, copyrighted
material. It has a commercially significant purpose other
than to circumvent; being primarily designed to transcode
home movies, tv-programming, personal video and audio files,
and feature films from a users harddrive and/or on removable
media. Its sole purpose is to enable a platform- and timeshift
allowing playback of lawfully aquired content, under the
fair use principle.