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Saturday, March 10, 2001
ADS Technologies Bundles Sonic MyDVD with Digital Video Products Enables PYRO 1394 Users to Edit, Author and Record Their Videos on DVD


Sonic Solutions announced today that ADS Technologies, a world leader in Universal Serial Bus (USB) and IEEE-1394 (FireWire) solutions for the personal computer, is bundling MyDVD(TM) with its line of PYRO 1394 digital video products. The partnership allows PYRO users to drag-and-drop their edited video sequences, audio clips, graphics, backgrounds, and buttons into MyDVD! and then easily build an interactive DVD title and write it to CD-R/RW.

``We believe Sonic MyDVD is the perfect complement to Pyro1394. Working with Sonic, ADS will be able to bring DVD technology to their rapidly growing base of customers eager to publish their DV videos on DVD.'Sonic has revolutionized digital video publishing with MyDVD,'' said Mike McCoy, President of ADS Technologies. ``Combining the incredible ease-of-use of MyDVD with PYRO 1394 makes it possible for users to turn their home movies and favorite videos into DVD titles that can be played on their set-top DVD player or desktop PC. ADS is extremely pleased to be working with Sonic, the acknowledged leader in DVD authoring, as we bring our leading-edge 1394 products to market.''


``We believe Sonic MyDVD is the perfect complement to Pyro1394. Working with Sonic, ADS will be able to bring DVD technology to their rapidly growing base of customers eager to publish their DV videos on DVD.'Sonic has revolutionized digital video publishing with MyDVD,'' said Mike McCoy, President of ADS Technologies. ``Combining the incredible ease-of-use of MyDVD with PYRO 1394 makes it possible for users to turn their home movies and favorite videos into DVD titles that can be played on their set-top DVD player or desktop PC. ADS is extremely pleased to be working with Sonic, the acknowledged leader in DVD authoring, as we bring our leading-edge 1394 products to market.''

The first DVD authoring application for consumers, MyDVD makes it easy to capture ``your life on DVD.'' With its remarkably friendly user interface and intuitive authoring, MyDVD makes it possible for home video enthusiasts to take video, music, digital photos, and scanned artwork and create their own interactive movies. Users can record their finished DVD projects to low-cost CD-R devices, and MyDVD automatically writes a software player on the disc, making it easy to publish interactive videos on universal, low-cost media and play them back on virtually any PC. More information about MyDVD is available at mydvd.sonic.com.


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