Roxio demos its line of software for Mac OS X at Macworld Expo, January 10th to the 13th.
Among the demonstrations available to attendees will be how to use Toast 7 to transfer audio and video entertainment to mobile devices such as the iPod video, Sony PSP, and mobile phones. In addition, Roxio will be showcasing its suite of iPod software accessories, The Boom Box and its DVD backup application, Popcorn. Roxio also will be introducing standalone versions of its CD Spin Doctor and Motion Pictures HD software.
Previously only available as components of Toast 7, CD Spin Doctor and Motion Pictures HD are now available as individual applications to offer Mac users the flexibility of purchasing software to accomplish a specific task. With CD Spin Doctor, users can digitize their old LP vinyl records for use on their iPod. CD Spin Doctor is also an alternative for recording live performances or creating personal podcasts. Motion Pictures HD is allows easy turning of digital photos into multi-image, High Definition (720p or 1080i) slideshows with pan and zoom effects and background audio that can be enjoyed on DVD, edited in iMovie, shared via email or a .Mac account.