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Friday, June 24, 2005
Sonic Brings HD Interactivity to DVD with the Release of eDVD 4


Sonic Solutions has announced the release of eDVD 4, the latest version of its content enhancement solution for DVD.

eDVD is the first point-and-click application allowing content authors to enhance standard DVD titles with interactive features like those planned for next-generation high definition (HD) disc formats, according to Sonic.

Complete the Picture with Apple's Final Cut Studio: Elevate production values with powerful editing tools, revolutionary sound design, real-time motion graphics and next-generation DVD authoring, all in one seamlessly integrated, surprisingly affordable package.

Compatible with any DVD authoring software, eDVD gives DVD-Video viewers a dynamic, Web-linked user experience when played on PC or Macintosh, and increases entertainment value by providing an on-screen presentation environment that integrates both video and bonus content, Sonic reports. "

Enhanced content supported by eDVD includes high-definition video files, MP3s, Flash animations, PDF files, high-resolution graphic files, and even executable applications. eDVD brings this diverse supplemental material together with a DVD's video content into a single, customizable interactive presentation. In addition, eDVD enables a DVD title to support unlimited links to the Internet, thereby enabling ongoing access to updated material and making it easier for disc publishers to develop revenue-generating connections to their audience.

eDVD 4 is available at www.sonic.com and www.roxio.com at a U.S. suggested list price of $199.


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