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DiXiM Japan launches its DiXiM Digital TV plus
DiXiM is one of Japanese leaders in all content viewing (Photo, Video, Music) on a DNLA network, and today they announced their new DiXiM Digital TV plus, a new software tailored to watch and enjoy Digital TV on your PC.
Basically our new DiXiM Digital TV plus is just another Windows-Media-Center-like, that will (like WMC) allow you to enjoy Recorder Digital TV all over your network and is dedicated to the Japanese market as well as being bundled with a different TV Card or Video NAS manufacturers.
DigiOn has announced the launch of DiXiM Digital TV plus, an advanced edition of their network media player DiXiM Digital TV, which supports DTCP-IP, a popular copyright protection technology. Sales will begin December 22nd, 2009 via sales agencies.
As with the well-reputed DiXiM Digital TV launched in July this year, DiXiM Digital TV plus allows users to watch digital broadcasting programs recorded with devices enabling for DTCP-IP streaming distribution, such as video recorders, PCs, and PC peripherals, on PCs located anywhere in their homes.
DiXiM Digital TV plus also supports content playback of SKY PerfecTV! HD Recording™, a service that began in August 2009. SKY PerfecTV! HD programs (including radio programs and rated content) recorded on recorder devices enabling SKY PerfecTV! HD Recording™ can be viewed on PCs anywhere throughout the home.
DiXiM Digital TV plus can not only play recorded digital broadcasting programs, but it can also stream and play back video, photo, and music files stored on PCs or network attached storage (NAS).
In addition to the player functionality, digital media controller (DMC) and digital media renderer (DMR (supporting digital broadcasting programs)) features are newly implemented.
Using DiXiM Digital TV plus’s DMC feature allows users to play photos saved on their NAS or PCs on big-screen TVs that are compatible with DMR.
DiXiM Digital TV plus supports a wide range of operating system from the latest OS Windows 7, back to Windows XP and Windows Vista.