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Adobe enters the DVD authoring market with Encore

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 01 Apr 2003 10:56 User comments (2)

Another significant digital media software provider is entering the blooming DVD recordable market. Adobe, well known for its PhotoShop and many other professional publishing tools, is introducing their solution for DVD authoring. Not surprisingly, Adobe promises a strong integration with their other key products, which may well give them a serious competitive edge.
Adobe Encore DVD software takes DVD authoring to a new level of creativity for professional DVD production, including powerful menu design tools, full control over interactivity, and output to all recordable DVD formats. With its flexible interface and unparalleled integration with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, and Adobe After Effects software, Adobe Encore DVD gives professional videographers and independent producers the power to create sophisticated, multilanguage DVDs featuring interactive menus, multiple audio tracks, and subtitle tracks. And Adobe Encore DVD offers integrated transcoding of source files to MPEG-2 video and Dolby Digital audio, providing an efficient and streamlined DVD authoring workflow.

Adobe Encore website

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2 user comments

12.4.2003 4:41

who whats to bet after 6 months this to will be broken and then software to subvert it will be posted to every p2p within days.... who are they trying to kid they make backing up dvds out to be as bad as killing someone .... all you hacks better watch out or next you'll find yourself in a cell with charlie manson for backing up your (own) copy of lelo and stich or worse pluto nash... speeking of that they (the recording industry) owes us a refund for movies like blair witch, the ring, blade 2,pluto nash,XXX, and so on they are aloud to release movies that are just trash and we as dumb comsumers accually pay for it how about we pay as we leave the movie theather after we saw it so if it sucks and we walk out in the begining, then we throw them a buck to keep the lights on ..... this way everyone wins......

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