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Friday, October 22, 2004
Pulse Digital Unveils Automated DVD System


Pulse Digital is showcasing its integrated Media Asset Management and automated DVD Authoring and Production System, DVD SelectNet, enabling organizations to easily manage media libraries and create DVDs automatically.

Pulse Digital's DVD SelectNet employs patented technology to make the DVD production process faster, more reliable and extremely easy, the company describes.

DVD SelectNet also provides a wide range of format flexibility. Source material can be a digital file (MPEG-1, MPEG-2, QuickTime, Windows Media, or AVI), content from a nonlinear editing system (including Avid Media Composer and Apple Final Cut Pro), or can be digitized directly from tape or a live feed using an optional hardware component from one of Pulse Digital's encoding partners. The final DVD can be delivered automatically to a robotic DVD device as well as to DLT or local storage.

DVD SelectNet automatically transcodes the selected media clips into MPEG-2 elementary streams as required by the DVD specification. Supported video formats include MPEG-1, MPEG-2, QuickTime, Windows Media Files, and AVI files.

DVD SelectNet is priced at $12,995 for the software, which the DVD SelectNet suite includes the asset management system, the automated DVD production technology, unlimited client licenses, and one DVD burner license. It is available for $12,995.

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