From: John P. Looney (jplooney-ilug at domain online.ie)
Date: Mon 28 Feb 2000 - 15:41:59 GMT
On Mon, Feb 28, 2000 at 04:13:01PM +0100, Smith, Alan mentioned:
> Oh!! Forgot to say earlier. Another one of the stands I saw at Cebit was a
> crowd called InterVideo. They make a product called WinDVD. They are in late
> beta stages of a version for Linux (LinDVD strangely enough). 2-3 more
> months I think. The only guy at the stand was Japanese and had really bad
> english. They had a machine running SuSE 6.0 I think. It had "The Matrix"
> running with no problems. They have most of the guts of the program working
> - they are working on the cosmetic side of it now. At the moment to start
> the movie playing you have a very long command line with about 6 piped
> commands. They want to get the GUI side of it sorted out before they release
> any info. There is no info on their website unfortunately
> http://www.intervideo.com/ .
Kate mutters something about the "WinDVD" cd, still in it's plastic
wrapper, which came with his Dell, and ponders on how much InterVideo will
charge for LinVideo.
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