Monday, January 26, 2015
Submit your own News for
inclusion in our Site.
Click here...
Breaking News
Microsoft Reports Second Quarter Results
Smart TVs Could Be Hackers' Next Target
Oculus Forms Virtual-reality Film Studio
Dell Launches Malware Protection and Detection Service
Motorola Returns To The Chinese Market with Three New Phones
LG Display Buys Rights To Use New OLED Technology
Turkish Court Orders Facebook to Remove Pages Insulting Mohammad
Malaysia Airlines And Russian Dating Sites Topface Websites Hacked
Active Discussions
Sound card for my Laptop
full screen wide screen
About the restriction problem of chapter quantity in DVD
Booktype utilities for LiteON and OEM DVD Recorders
downgrade a nero vision 5 project to nero vision 2
what is the minimum burning speed
GSA-4163B and bitsetting
 Home > News > Optical Storage > Memory-...
Last 7 Days News : SU MO TU WE TH FR SA All News

Wednesday, August 03, 2005
Memory-Tech and Ulead Forms Strategic Alliances for HD DVD Authoring Tool Development

Ulead Systems, Inc., announced that Memory-Tech, Japan's largest independent disc replicator, has licensed Ulead HD DVD technology for the development of Memory-Tech?s advanced HD DVD authoring tools for high definition video.

?We are extremely pleased to partner with Ulead in developing our HD DVD authoring system,? said Shiroharu Kawasaki, President and CEO, Memory-Tech Corporation. ?Ulead?s reliable and robust HD DVD muxing technology will be a key component in Memory-Techh high-end HD DVD authoring tool, the development of standard HD DVD testing discs and the playback tools used for HD DVD disc verification. Ulead is the most advanced vendor in this field. We see our cooperation as a long-term win-win relationship for the two companies.?

Memory-Tech will develop robust complete HD DVD authoring solution integrating Ulead software for HD DVD software production services the company offers to clients ranging from mid-sized Japanese companies to major Hollywood studios. Commercial HD DVD titles are scheduled to be available for Christmas 2005. Paramount Home Entertainment, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, Warner Home Video, New Line Home Entertainment and HBO Home Video have announced official support of the HD DVD format.

?Our engine technology enables content authoring systems to incorporate both Standard and Advanced Content in the creation of HD DVD titles,? said Lewis Liaw, president of Ulead. ?We are delighted to work with Memory-Tech to bring the superior video quality and enhanced interactivity of HD DVD to their customers. The strategic alliances between Memory-Tech and Ulead will also help and accelerate InterVideo, Ulead?s parent company, to make their HDVD player development robust and competitive.?

"Toshiba welcomes the strategic business partnership between Memory-Tech and Ulead," said Hisashi Yamada, Chief Fellow of Toshiba Corporation's Digital Media Network Company. "The authoring tool is essential for the success of HD DVD. We are sure that Memory-Tech and Ulead?s collaboration will deliver a robust HD DVD authoring tool that adds a new level of support for the launch of HD DVD players and content this year."

345 hours of storage means LG's new HDD recorder is SA's largest        All News        Sony launches Portable TV for PSP
Sonic and MusicNet Partner to Bring World-Class Download and Burn Solutions     Optical Storage News      Germany's "Optical Disc Service" is being sued for Patent Infringement

Source Link Get RSS feed Easy Print E-Mail this Message

Related News
Ulead VideoStudio 11.5 Plus Updated
Circuit City Extends HD DVD Return Time
Blu-ray Crushing HD DVD rival DVD format in Japan: Study
Ulead DVD MovieFactory Plus Receives BD-R 1.1 and BD-RE 2.1 Certification
Redlight going Blu-ray
Blu-ray Site Hacked
LG Selects Broadcom Solution for the BH200 High Definition Disc Player
Blu-ray Outsells HD-DVD in U.S. For First 9 Months: Research
Ulead DVD MovieFactory 6 and VideoStudio 11 Receive Certification for Both BDMV and AVCHD Formats
ArcSoft and HD DVD Promotion Group Demonstrate Playback Technology
Fox and MGM Unveil Blu-ray Disc Releases
Blu-ray outpaces HD-DVD in U.S. says Home Media Research

Most Popular News
Home | News | All News | Reviews | Articles | Guides | Download | Expert Area | Forum | Site Info
Site best viewed at 1024x768+ - CDRINFO.COM 1998-2015 - All rights reserved -
Privacy policy - Contact Us .