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RealMagic

One of the first MPEG playback boards for PCs from Sigma Designs, Inc., Milpitas, CA (www.sigmadesigns.com). RealMagic's video streaming technology is widely used in consumer electronic applications and supports advanced codecs such as H.264 and VC-1. Originally called ReelMagic, it also defined a programming interface that was the basis for OM1, now a de facto standard for interactive games.
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