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Monday, October 28, 2002
Stomp announces RecordNow MAX DVD/CD v4.5


Stomp, Inc., maker of utility software and computer accessories, today announced is has enhanced the capabilities of its successful RecordNow MAX DVD/CD recording software with the new version 4.5.

"RecordNow MAX 4.5 further enhances DVD recording by taking full advantage of the DVD-R/-RW and DVD+R/+RW formats," said Michael Hummell, President of Stomp, Inc. "We've again demonstrated our commitment to creating tools that offer comprehensive hardware support for the DVD and CD burning enthusiast while not compromising ease of use and reliability."

The new RecordNow MAX 4.5 now supports the ability to record "multi-border" DVD-R, DVD+R, and DVD+RW discs in "sessions," just like user's are familiar with for CD-R and CD-RW. This allows users to store information on a DVD disc incrementally, not having to burn the entire disc at one time. RecordNow MAX 4.5 also incorporates a new "audio normalizer" feature that equalizes the volume level of audio CDs that are created from WAV, WMA, MP3, or CD Tracks that have different volume levels. Also new in this version is DLA (Drive Letter Access) version 3.57 that is not only faster than ever, it now supports "Fast Format" (background formatting) of DVD-R and DVD-RW discs and is Mt. Rainier compliant.

As with previous versions of RecordNow MAX, users can simultaneously record to multiple discs, creating duplicate CD copies, video CDs (VCDs), data CDs, DVDs, bootable CDs, CDs from ISO images and CDs from a live audio source. They can convert (rip) CD tracks into MP3 files at up to 320Kb/sec, and burn MP3 files, WAV files, and CD tracks, to standard music CDs, which can be played on any audio CD player.

Current users of the RecordNow MAX product family, including RecordNow MAX 3.x and 4.x or, the RecordNow MAX Platinum bundle will be able to upgrade to the new version for free.


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