August 1, 2006 > Preserve travel memories at the touch of a button
Preserve travel memories at the touch of a button
Milpitas, PRNewswire-FirstCall July 25_Wherever families travel, pictures and home video will document the experience. Organizing the digital library can prove to be a challenge, but for those who purchase a DVD recorder, preserving memories is as easy as a touch of a button.
LSI Logic Corporation (NYSE:LSI) of Milpitas and YesVideo of Santa Clara, have partnered to make DVD recorders more feature rich and easy to use. The new Polaroid DRM-2001G, for example, is powered by an LSI media processor and incorporates YesDVD capabilities, which allow consumers to do more than just transfer video shot on VHS tape or DV camcorder onto a DVD disc.
"What YesVideo and LSI have done is made the typically cumbersome process of editing, archiving and watching vacation videos effortless and enjoyable," says Neil Bullock, senior manager of strategic marketing, Consumer Products Group, LSI Logic. "We're combining the benefits of long-lasting DVD discs with the easy-to-use YesDVD software. The result is an effective and simple solution that can be done in the comfort of the living room."
The combination of advanced processor technology and sophisticated YesDVD software enables consumers to take advantage of a wide array of easy-to-use functions simply by pressing the YesDVD button on the remote control, including: automatic chaptering and menuing for easy navigation and scene location; the creation of three 60-second music videos; and other key features that make recording and viewing DVDs more enjoyable. Custom case covers, which make locating DVDs in home video libraries painless, can be quickly and easily created with the YesDVD software.
Being able to preserve vacation memories with DVD recorders has become more affordable. Recent technology advances and lower retail price points ($99-$250) are helping to bring DVD recorders within reach for a greater numbers of U.S. households.
As the market leader in consumer electronic processor technology, LSI supplies DVD recorder manufacturers like LG, Philips and Polaroid with leading-edge features packed in highly integrated chips, which in turn, allows them to produce high-quality products at consumer-friendly price points. Its family of processor chips powers hundreds of top DVD recorder models.
For more information visit www.lsil.com.