During the seminar, Steve Ro, CEO and president of InterVideo noted that the companies were already working closely with a number of leading system and solution manufacturers to ensure their systems could take advantage of the interactive high-definition features that would be available to consumers when HD DVD products are introduced early next year. "We have refined a high-speed decoding process as well as superior content navigation capabilities that will enhance the end user's digital entertainment experience."
InterVideo's WinDVD HD can be used to navigate and play back the interactive content on HD DVD discs. Ulead's DVD MovieFactory software enables users to carry out the complete post-production movie process including editing, authoring, burning, backup and if desired content protection. The two products will be released to the market to coincide with the release of iHD DVD content and systems.