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Create Thumbnails with Episode Pro

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Episode Pro is fast becoming the Swiss Army knife of video encoding with the ability to create 25 Mbps and higher MPEG-2 files, H.264 real-time streaming and VC-1 files including many other features. Amazingly, the tool gives users the ability to create JPEG thumbnails from source files imported into the application. This is a huge plus as many video portals use thumbnails on the web to show viewers what's on videos to be watched. Being able to create JPEG thumbnails in Episode Pro will save many video editors and multimedia specialists time because they can create JPEG thumbnails with a simple key board shortcut in the Episode Pro compression application instead of having to use a tool such as QuickTime Pro or a non-linear editor to export stills for thumbnails. For those attending NAB 2007 I suggest you visit the Telestream booth to learn more on how to create JPEG thumbnails with Episode Pro. For those that can't make it NAB look for GeniusDV's upcoming tutorial which will walk you through the process of creating JPEG thumbnails with Episode Pro.

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