Microsoft and Matsushita are joining forces to speed up development of digital video developments for PCs. No product specifics yet, but Redmond struck an agreement earlier this week with Matsushita Electric to provide digital video support for DirectX media. Matsushita confirmed it will develop and license digital video software code, enabling digital video to be supported in a DirectX filter, part of Microsoft?s multimedia portfolio.
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