Enabling the fast deployment of multimedia in Windows Mobile and CE-based Handsets June 19th, 2006
-- Hantro, the leading provider of video technology for mobile handsets, announced today the availability of DirectShow filters for Microsoft Windows Mobile and CE-based handsets. Providing encode and decode support for MPEG-4, H.263 and H.264 / AVC video standards, GSM-AMR and AAC+ audio support, .3gp /.mp4 file format and 3GPP compliant streaming, the filters enable maximum compatibility and the fast deployment of leading edge wireless multimedia applications such as mobile TV, video telephony, camcorder, streaming and file playback.
Implemented as individual DirectShow compatible filters (DLL), Hantro’s modules can be used alongside other formats and components providing total flexibility for application development and aftermarket feature enhancement.
“We have been developing video technologies for the mobile environment since 1998 and as a consequence our designs are highly evolved.” Says Marko Kaasila, Director, Applications Business Unit, Hantro. “Delivering high performance in resource limited environments with compatibility and interoperability assured, our DirectShow filters bring immediate value for Windows Mobile-based handset designs.”
“Microsoft is committed to providing mobile developers a rich, flexible software platform to market compelling applications and services for their customers,” said Chris Hill, group product manager, Mobile & Embedded Devices Division at Microsoft Corp. “Hantro’s DirectShow filters for Windows Mobile 5.0 addresses the need from our development partners to bring to market leading edge wireless multimedia applications.”
Hantro’s DirectShow filters are extensively tested in IMTC and MPEGIF and are available for ARM 7/9/11 and Intel processors.