The Smart Video Recorder III uses Intel's Indeo technology to capture and compress video data in real time on a PCI board. Included software would enable people to embed video clips on a Web page with a click of the mouse.
The package includes the card, RCA and S-video cable, Indeo software and video editing, and Web publishing software from Asymetrix. Smart Video will run on systems with Windows 95, a 90-MHz or faster Pentium, and SVGA graphics.
Intel says the Smart Video Recorder III package will have a suggested retail price of under $200, but did not announce when the product would be available.
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