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 Ulead Video Editing and DVD Creation Software Included with Creative USB Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Video Editor
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Message Text: VideoStudio 8 SE and DVD MovieFactory 3.5 SE Bundled with Complete Hardware-Accelerated Audio/Video Capture Card Offering True One-Step Video Capture, Author and Burn to DVD Discs on a PC

Ulead Systems, Inc., a 15-year industry leader in digital imaging, video, and DVD software, today announced that special editions of Ulead(R) DVD MovieFactory(TM) 3.5 DVD authoring and VideoStudio(TM) 8 video editing software are bundled with the new Creative USB Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Video Editor, a complete, hardware-accelerated, professional-quality video capture and sound card solution. Complementing the USB Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Video Editor's true one-step video capture and burn, DVD MovieFactory offers Disc-Direct(TM) to quickly author video directly to a DVD disc with an interactive DVD menu just like in commercial DVDs.

"The USB Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Video Editor is a great hardware solution for simultaneously capturing and burning video content without overwhelming the PC," said Steve Erickson, vice president of audio for Creative. "Ulead's disc-direct feature in DVD MovieFactory 3.5 SE adds to the power of our hardware by enabling our customers to save even more time by quickly authoring DVDs directly on the DVD disc, bypassing the hard drive altogether."

"We are pleased to partner with Creative to bring this powerful and easy-to-use video and sound solution to market," said Lewis Liaw, president of Ulead Systems, North America. "Our Disc-Direct capture technology combined with the USB Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Video Editor lets anyone easily and quickly record VHS tapes, DV tapes, and live TV programs directly to DVD, complete with customizable menus. This latest technology is a significant step toward DVD totally replacing VHS tapes."
 
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