Verbatim released today Verbat
PhotoSave DVDs feature integrated software that launches automatically when
the disc is inserted into a DVD-R drive. The process of searching for photos
is also automated so users only need to click on the record button to save
their memories from a PC. In the manual mode, PhotoSave DVDs also support
"search and burn" from a digital camera connected to a PC.
The discs can be used to find and save photos from a hard drive, camera,
memory card or a USB drive and will recognize more than 80 different photo
In the manual mode, users can continue to add photo files to the discs until
they are full. For added convenience, the software keeps track of the
remaining capacity on the disc. Multi-disc spanning support for large file
sets is also provided. With multiple PhotoSave DVDs, users can organize their
photos by categories such as photos of children, vacations and family
Verbatim PhotoSave DVDs can be used with Windows 2000, XP and Vista systems
and requires a DVD-R writer.
Packaged in 3-pack and 5-pack standard slim cases, the 3-pack Verbatim
PhotoSave DVDs will be available at leading retailers and etailers by the end
of September followed by the 5-packs in October. The suggested retail prices
are US$9.99 for the 3-pack and US$14.99 for the 5-pack.