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Thursday, June 29, 2006
Ulead Earns Blu-ray Badge for BD Recorder Software


Ulead's Blu-ray Disc recording applications for rewritable and recordable discs have been certified by the Sony Blu-ray Test Center.

Format verification serves as a guarantee to users that products are fully compatible with Blu-ray Disc specifications and entitles authorized products to carry the Blu-ray Disc logo.

Two Ulead applications received certification in the category of Rewritable and Recordable Recorder Application Software. Ulead BD DiscRecorder is bundled with Sony Corporation BD notebook and desktop PCs under the brand Ulead BD DiscRecorder for VAIO. The application provides BD direct-to-disc recording to allow users to record high-definition video content from HDV camcorders, to rewritable or recordable Blu-ray discs in full HDV resolution. Video may be recorded directly from camcorder to disc in real-time, or can be first captured to hard drive for editing. Discs are recorded in BDAV format and may contain nearly 2 hours of full-quality HDV video on a single-layer 25GB rewritable BD-RE or recordable BD-R disc.

Another application, StationTV Digital Disc Burning Extension, is software for Sony VAIO notebook and desktop PCs based on the Ulead Direct DiscRecorder Move SDK. The SDK supports the transfer of Japanese Digital TV content from hard drive to BD-RE media with AACS protection as well as DVD media with CPRM protection.


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