New ZOTAC Boost Software Bundle to Ship with GeForce® Series Graphics Cards
New ZOTAC Boost Bundle ships with trio of video applications and virus scanner
HONG KONG - Jul. 21, 2009 - ZOTAC International, an award winning manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, today announces its latest software bundle for ZOTAC GeForce® series graphics cards - ZOTAC Boost. The new ZOTAC Boost software bundle contains a trio of video applications that harness the untapped potential of ZOTAC GeForce® series graphics cards and a virus scanner.
The trio of video applications includes MotionDSP's vReveal, LoiLo Inc's Super LoiLoScope Venus and Elemental Technologies' Badaboom Media Converter - all applications designed for NVIDIA® CUDA technology to fully exploit the power of ZOTAC GeForce® series graphics cards. BitDefender's Internet Security also joins the ZOTAC Boost bundle to provide system protection.
"ZOTAC is always looking for new ways to help users utilize the full potential of their ZOTAC GeForce® series graphics card," said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International. "With the new ZOTAC Boost software bundle, we have carefully selected applications that are very beneficial to all users."
Elemental Technologies' Badaboom Media Converter is the well-known video conversion application to take advantage of Graphics Plus-compatible ZOTAC GeForce® series graphics cards. Thanks to the power of NVIDIA® CUDA technology, Badaboom Media Converter speedily converts videos from virtually any file format to files compatible with nearly any media player - including the iPod®, Apple TV®, Zune®, BlackBerry® and more.
MotionDSP's vReveal takes advantage of CSI-style forensics technology to enhance videos recorded in low quality, in low light conditions or with a shaky camera for phenomenal gains in visual quality. The unrivaled video enhancing capabilities of vReveal paired with Graphics Plus-compatible ZOTAC GeForce® series graphics cards results in up to 5x the performance of CPUs.
LoiLo Inc's Super LoiLoScope Venus features a simple, intuitive and fun user interface for editing videos that is fully designed for NVIDIA® CUDA technology for smoother operation and faster video processing capabilities. Super LoiLoScope Venus is compatible with videos recorded in SD and HD for broad compatibility with today's video cameras.
"Digital video is the latest trend for PC users. With the popularity of affordable camcorders and portable devices with video recording capabilities, users can now capture video anywhere, anytime and instantly upload the videos to YouTube, Vimeo and other video services," Mr. Berger added. "Our collection of video applications in the ZOTAC Boost bundle will help users encode the video into different formats, enhance the video quality and edit clips together resulting in quality personal videos."
As viruses are becoming more commonplace in the Internet-connected world, the ZOTAC Boost bundle includes Internet Security from BitDefender. Internet Security features real-time virus scanning, anti-phishing and mal-ware protection as well as network administration and parental controls.
The ZOTAC Boost bundle will be available with the full range of Graphics Plus-compatible ZOTAC GeForce® series beginning in August.
It's time to play with the ZOTAC Boost software bundle.
New ZOTAC Boost software bundle
Ships with three CUDA-enhanced video applications
- vReveal from MotionDSP (30-day trial)
- Super LoiLoScope Venus from LoiLo Inc. (30-day trial)
- Badaboom Media Converter from Elemental Technologies (30-day trial)
Ships with award-winning virus scanner
- Internet Security from BitDefender (90-day subscription)
All video applications designed for NVIDIA® CUDA technology
Bundle shipping with graphics cards in August
About ZOTAC International (MCO) Limited
ZOTAC International is a part of PC Partner Ltd. Group. ZOTAC is also one of the largest NVIDIA graphics cards and motherboard manufacturer in the world with over 10 years of quality manufacturing experience. The ZOTAC philosophy is to deliver the latest products at competitive prices without sacrificing quality.
For further information please visit http://www.zotac.com
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