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Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Sonic Delivers Blu-ray Disc Software for Mac


Sonic Solutions announced today with the release of Toast 7 with Blu-ray Disc (BD) support -- the first application of its kind for the Mac.

The software provides Mac users with the ability to store as much as 50 GB of data on a BD-R (recordable) or BD-RE (rewritable) disc. Toast 7 with BD support is available exclusively for original equipment manufacturers developing next-generation external BD drives. The first drives to feature Toast 7 with BD support are expected to be available later this quarter.

Toast's Blu-ray Disc features include Toast Dynamic Writing, which for the first time enables users to record files simply by dragging and dropping files onto a disc. In addition to its Blu-ray capabilities, Toast 7 is now also a universal application that runs natively on both Intel-based and PowerPC-based systems.

For more information on Sonic's involvement in high-definition formats visit: http://www.sonic.com/HD


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