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Digital Music and Video Experience in Windows XP [Insert Name] [Title] Microsoft Corporation Music and Video Goals Make Windows XP the premier OS for digital media & entertainment Make it fun, discoverable, easy and cool Enable a wide range of digital media scenarios Web-based Internet Home Movie Digital Music DVD Movies Movies Radio Creation Deliver the best player experience Bestquality audio & video, easy to control Ensure that the player is enterprise-ready Deliver the best jukebox experience destination for ripping, managing, & burning Single Improved shell integration for media management Deliver the easiest home video experience Make it easier to capture, edit, and share home movies Better support for devices (IEEE1394, Pocket PC) Learning from MP7 Overall customer satisfaction is high… Ease of use, all-in-one, audio/video quality, personalization options 11/00 consumer study by Millward Brown (http://msmedia.millwardbrown.com/) …But there are lessons learned Basic activities still too confusing for new users Advanced users want more personalization, more direct control Better MP3 support (management, ripping, ID3v2) All want it smaller and faster… with more features Corporate Manageability and Deployment Windows MPXP DVD playback w/ rich media information All-in-One Native CD Burning up to 700% faster Industry first video export to portable devices Streamlined, smaller form and feel Easy to Use Offline display of metadata Improved MP3 support throughout Best Best Audio/Video playback: WMV 8 Audio & Video Best quality CD ripping: WMA 8 Industry-first full screen playback controls Experience Can hide quick access panel, menu bar Personalization New corporate skin with “lockdown” & Customization Policy support for corporate settings Demo My Music & Search Start Menu – My Music, Windows Media Player Easy to Find My Music web view with high level tasks Search for media includes metadata Visual Browsing of Albums Easy to Use Common Music Tasks up-front Intelligent Media Tracking Create playlists, burn from context menu Easy to Edit metadata via properties, write back to file Customize Player skin switch with theme change Windows Media A/V 8 ~30% improvement in compression compared with WMA 7 and WMV 7 Windows Media Audio 8 (WMA 8) Unmatched audio fidelity at any level Near-CD quality at 48 kbps CD quality at 64 kbps (full 20 kHz frequency response) Nearly 3 times as efficient as MP3 Windows Media Video 8 (WMV 8) Near-VHS quality as low as 250 kbps (320x240 @ 24 fps) Near-DVD quality as low as 500 kbps (640x480 @ 24 fps) New: two-pass and true variable bit rate encoding over entire length of video clip Backwards-compatible with MP 6.4, 7, & 7.1 Demo Player Comparison Feature Windows RealPlayer RealJukebox QuickTime WinAmp MPXP 8 2 5 for 2.7x Windows DVD Playback w/ Media Info Yes No No No No Full Screen Video Controls Yes No No No No Resizable Video Window Yes Yes No Yes No Integrated Jukebox Yes No Yes No No Intelligent Media Tracking Yes No No No No Supports WMA8 and MP3 Yes No WMA7 and No Playback Encoding & Playback MP3 Only Supports WM Video 8 Playback Yes No No No Yes WMA and ID3V2 Tag Editing Yes No Yes No Yes Burns Audio CDs/Speed Limit Yes/ No Yes/2x No No Unlimited Plays streaming WMA and MP3 Yes MP3 Only No Yes MP3 only Built-In Media Guide Yes Yes Limited Yes Limited XML-based Skins Model Yes No No No No Built-in DRM Support Yes Add-On Add-On No Yes via WM Available in over 25 Yes No No No No Languages Windows Movie Maker 1.1 Supports any OHCI-compliant DV Camera Supports any video device with analog outputs for Easy to older cameras and cards Capture Import still photos, video, music, & voice New DV codec improves quality, color Easy to Auto shot-detection Drag-and-drop clips, music, narration Edit Add titles Easy to Familiar Windows file structure so you can see all Organize your videos in a single view Advanced compression technology means clips are smaller (23 hrs of compressed video per GB of hard disk space) Easy to Small file sizes make it practical to send via email Share or post to a web site Hosting partners provide free storage (up to 30 MB) Burn to data CD-R or CD-RW New PDA profiles for Pocket PC Demo Core A/V Improvements Digital broadcast support built-in Full decode for analog and digital TV (including HDTV) Includes signal demodulation, tuning, software de-multiplexing, guide store Enables IP data broadcasting (e.g. 300kbit-1+mbit stream in DTV signal) Accelerated video rendering DirectX VA standardizes MPEG-2 video acceleration Ensures full access to acceleration features in video card Video Mixer Renderer offloads from CPU to 3D graphics pipeline Seamless alpha blending for multiple videos, closed captioning and text Video treated as a texture; opens up possibilities Expanded audio card feature support E.g. enable card manufacturers to provide support for Dolby Digital, DTS, etc. What’s New Since Beta 2? MPXP Updates User-entered lyrics support –wma and mp3 New album art – wma and mp3 Album art as visualization New “Battery” visualization with 25 unique views Improved full screen controls, VMR support, Video drivers Better DVD decoder support Advanced video performance controls Better CD-R/CD-RW support Performance improvements throughout My Music Folder Improvements Form and feel, usability improvements Better MP3 support- rip with MPXP, view album art etc. What’s New Since Beta 2? Windows Movie Maker 1.1 Form and Feel Improvements (XP look and feel) New profiles supporting DV-AVI format at 720x480x30fps New profiles for Palm-size and Pocket PC-based devices (PDAs) Auto Play – when camera is connected to PC, dialog box opens Easier menu commands for publishing options Hardware: MPXP Basic Systems Advanced Systems System Requirements Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Professional (32-bit Windows XP Professional (32-bit only) only) 300Mhz or higher Pentium 300Mhz or higher Pentium 4/Pentium III/Celeron, AMD 4/Pentium III/Celeron, AMD K6/Athlon/Duron or greater K6/Athlon/Duron or greater 64MB Minimum, 128MB 128MB Recommended Recommended 1.5GB of available Hard Disk space 1.5GB of available Hard Disk space Handheld devices Iomega HipZip, I-Jam Digital Audio Iomega HipZip, I-Jam Digital Audio (supported out of the Player, Compaq Pa-1, Rio 600, Rio Player, Compaq Pa-1, Rio 600, Rio 800, Compaq Pocket PC H3650, 800, Compaq Pocket PC H3650, box) H3635, H3670, Casio Cassiopeia H3635, H3670, Casio Cassiopeia EM500, HP Jornada 540, Nike PSA, EM500, HP Jornada 540, Nike PSA, RCA Lyra2, Rave:MP 2300 RCA Lyra2 Internet connection Analog or broadband Best experienced with broadband DVD Decoders Intervideo WinDVD, Cyberlink Intervideo WinDVD, Cyberlink (software) PowerDVD, Mediamatics (OEM only) PowerDVD, Mediamatics (OEM only) Internet connection Analog or broadband Best experienced with broadband CD Burners Over 700 supported Over 700 supported Hardware: Movie Maker Basic Systems Advanced Systems System Requirements Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Professional (32-bit only) Windows XP Professional (32-bit only) 400Mhz or higher Pentium II, III or 4; 400Mhz or higher Pentium II, III or 4; Celeron, AMD K6/Athlon/Duron or greater Celeron, AMD K6/Athlon/Duron or greater 64MB Minimum, 128MB Recommended 128MB Recommended, 256MB optimal 1.5GB of available Hard Disk space 20GB of available Hard Disk space DV Camera Any DV or Digital-8 camcorder or VCR Any DV or Digital-8 camcorder or VCR with with a 1394 connector including models a 1394 connector including models from from Canon and Sony Canon and Sony Analog Camera Any camcorder or VCR with analog Any camcorder or VCR with analog outputs outputs Analog Video Capture Card ATI All-In-Wonder (using the Brooktree ATI All-In-Wonder (using the Brooktree chip chip set), ViewCast Osprey-200 set), ViewCast Osprey-200 DV Capture Cards Any OHCI-compliant 1394 card. Any OHCI-compliant 1394 card. Tested: ADS Pyro Digital Video 1394, Tested: ADS Pyro Digital Video 1394, OrangeMicro OrangeLink FireWire OrangeMicro OrangeLink FireWire Web Camera Tested: Kodak DVC325, Philips PCVC690, Tested: Kodak DVC325, Philips PCVC690, Intel PC Camera Pro CS430, Intel PC Intel PC Camera Pro CS430, Intel PC Camera CS330, Logitech QuickCam Pro Camera CS330, Logitech QuickCam Pro 3000 and QuickCam Express 3000 and QuickCam Express Pocket PC-based device with Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC H3650, H3635, Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC H3650, H3635, Media Player 7.1 H3670, Casio Cassiopeia EM500, HP H3670, Casio Cassiopeia EM500, HP Jornada 540 series Jornada 540 series USB Microphone Telex M-560 Super-directional USB Digital Telex M-560 Super-directional USB Digital Microphone Microphone Internet Connection 56k and higher Best experienced with Broadband Roadmap: MP7.1 Quality Update Improves overall A/V experience Built-in WMA/V 8 support for new installs New WMA8 ripping support 64kbps becomes default for new installs Upgrades keep current settings New Smart Transcode Improves quality of transfer to portable devices New Enterprise Deployment Pack Centrally manage MP7.1 upgrades and deployments FAQ’s 1. Why doesn’t Microsoft provide a DVD decoder in Windows? 2. Why doesn’t MPXP include MP3 ripping? 3. Why isn’t MPXP available downlevel? 4. How does MPXP burn CDs up to 700% faster than MP7? 5. I’m having trouble with my DivX;-) codec. Any ideas? 6. Where do I get screenshots? Questions and Thanks!
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