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Thursday, April 22, 2004
Sonic introduces DVD Producer 4.5


Sonic Solutions has announced four additions to its line of professional DVD creation systems including DVD Producer 4.5, Sonic eDVD3, SD-series Encoder3.0 and DVD Producer - WMV HD Edition. DVD Producer 4.5 is expected to ship in June and has a starting retail price of $1,999 (around 1,100).

DVD Producer 4.5 supports dual-layer production and it is compatible with the new DVD+R double-layer DVD-recordable drives. It is also available in new workstation configurations that include enhanced graphics hardware for dual-monitor output.

eDVD 3 adds web and DVD-ROM links to DVD titles created by most authoring packages and also creates cross-platform web-DVD links to online content that is playable on both the Windows and Mac OSX platforms. eDVD is expected to ship in May 2004 at a suggested list price of $899, (500).

The company has also launched DVD Producer – WMV HD Edition for building interactive titles with HD video content, playable on the Windows Media 9 Series player. The new system is expected to ship in September 2004, and will have a target retail price of $12,999 (7,200).

SD-series Encoder3.0 is comprised of two new MPEG video encoders, the SD-1000 and the SD-2000, both currently shipping, at around $11,000 and $25,000 (6,100 and 14,000) respectively.


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