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TMCNet:  TMM, Inc.: Completion of TRUDEF(TM) Fractal Video Microsoft Media Foundation 2012 Library

[November 28, 2012]

TMM, Inc.: Completion of TRUDEF(TM) Fractal Video Microsoft Media Foundation 2012 Library

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, Nov 28, 2012 (Marketwire via COMTEX) -- TMM, Inc. (PINKSHEETS:TMMI) ("TMMI" or "the Company") is pleased to announce the completion of its first version of Microsoft Media Foundation 2012 library supporting TRUDEF(TM) Fractal Video playback in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.

"Media Foundation has been designed to meet the challenges posed by high-definition content. Audio and video quality enhancements made throughout the platform now make it possible to deliver a great experience for next generation high-definition content. Microsoft Media Foundation is the next generation multimedia platform for Windows that enables developers, content providers, and consumers to embrace the new wave of premium content with enhanced robustness, unparalleled quality, and seamless interoperability." TRUDEF(TM) Fractal video can be now played in Microsoft's stand-alone Windows Media Player, WMP Plugins for IE9, Firefox and Google Chrome browsers.

The development team continues its commitment to make TRUDEF a top down solution for the video industry from Production/Post Production, Archiving, Digital Cinema, Blu-ray, to Broadcasting and Internet Streaming.

TMMI develops digital video compression technology that provides end-to-end workflow and distribution solutions for cinema, sports, mobile, streaming media, cable, medical imaging, security, defense, space exploration and education. TRUDEF(TM) fractal technology offers users enhanced image quality, reduced bandwidth utilization and digital media storage requirements.


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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: TMM, Inc. Stan Ford Office: 604-687-5257 Cell: 778-840-9041 SOURCE: TMM, Inc.

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