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MovieJack authors co-op's with DivX Networks, announces new software

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 04 Mar 2003 3:00

The people behind the MovieJack sent us a little teaser about their CeBIT expo features. They seem to be heavily expanding their product line to different market areas, while developing technology in order to get bigger market shares.
Some very interesting software title names: DVDRWIN, Daemon Tools Pro...

Together with our publisher S.A.D. we have recently teamed up with DivX technologies, to develop the latest in both quality and speed of digital video conversion and recording. We are also very pleased to announce that Jrme Rota (a.k.a. "Gej"), the mastermind behind DivX and the co-founder of DivX technologies, will be at our booth and is available for press meetings.

Catch up on the latest developments of our classics MovieJack and GameJack, but also on our brand-new software products:

The fastest MovieJack ever:

Learn more about the new update of MovieJack 2, which will turn the alreadyleading ripper into the by far fastest tool of its kind, creating Video Discs in almost real time. Ask for your special presentation.

GameJack 3: To good to be everybody's darling.

Take a deep look into the heart of GameJack 3 and find out why it is the industry's favorite blacklisted programme. A desperate, but unsuccessful measure in trying to stop GameJack's advanced recording technology.

DVDRWIN:

Go network and record even via your mobile phone! At this year's CeBIT, we will reveal the first glimpse of DVDRWIN, the only full featured disc recording suite to include true network capability, mobile recording tools and real 1:1 recording in one single, but reasonably priced package.

DVD Copy Suite:

Introducing DCS, a full and in every sense truly unlimited DVD copying suite, suitable to copy whatever the user wishes to duplicate.

This and more - such as our new line of virtual drives with SimDisc 3 and Daemon Tools Pro - will be revealed at CeBIT. Visit us and enjoy the relaxing with the latest in recording technology.

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