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Tuesday, May 29, 2001
InterVideo ships MyDVD for CDR-W users


"...InterVideo today announced that it is shipping MyDVD for CD, its video publishing software for the rapidly growing base of CD-R/RW users. Developed in cooperation with Sonic Solutions, the leading provider of DVD publishing applications, MyDVD for CD uses a simple drag-and-drop interface that allows users to combine video, audio, text and pictures into "video postcards" with up to one hour of high-quality video on a low-cost CD recordable disc. MyDVD for CD is priced at $49.95 and is compatible with Windows 98, 98SE, 2000, and Millennium Edition.

MyDVD for CD allows user to take highly compressed MPEG video and audio from InterVideo's other WinCinema applications and other sources and burn these captured clips directly to recordable CDs. DVD-style menus let users select which scenes to watch by clicking a button or video thumbnail. MyDVD for CD can author up to one hour of VCR-quality or 15 minutes of DVD-quality video per disc. Personalized discs can be created with a single movie clip and more advanced users can add menus to navigate the content much like the "select scene" menus found on many commercial DVD discs..."



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