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Ulead DVD MovieFactory 6 Plus will have HD DVD and Blu-ray support

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 01 Apr 2007 19:16 User comments (6)

Ulead DVD MovieFactory 6 Plus will have HD DVD and Blu-ray support The Corel Corporation has announced that they will be releasing Ulead DVD Moviefactory 6 Plus which will be the first consumer entry level product to have HD-DVD burning capability.
New features include:
Among the range of exciting new features, Ulead DVD MovieFactory 6 Plus introduces the Edit Room, allowing users to edit captured video on an intuitive timeline with overlays, titles and music tracks. For video editors that demand more from a DVD authoring application, Ulead DVD MovieFactory 6 Plus includes comprehensive menu templates, and the facility to work with HDV, DivX or AVCHD, and output in HD DVD, Blu-ray, DVD-Video or legacy VCD.

The English version of Corel Ulead DVD MovieFactory 6 Plus will retail for $80 USD from the Ulead website.

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6 user comments

12.4.2007 16:32

All we need now is to have the price of the burners crash. $100 please.

22.4.2007 17:00

We've been using Ulead Movie Factory 5 to author HD-DVD format discs burned to DVD+R or -R:

http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/487810
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=705146

Now with Movie Factory 6 it shouldn't be too hard to do the same thing for BD format burned to +R or -R, right? It's time for me get version 6 and experiment.

32.4.2007 18:02
webe123
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I wonder if the media mafia will go after this company like they did with the people who made DVD X-copy?

43.4.2007 3:46

Originally posted by webe123:
I wonder if the media mafia will go after this company like they did with the people who made DVD X-copy?
Movie Factory 6 is actually meant for editing video and authoring to DVD and now HD-DVD and BluRay. For example, when you have a home movie recorded on a 1080 HD video camera, you can capture it to your PC, use Ulead 6 to edit and author to BluRay file format, burn to a BluRay disc on your BluRay burner, then play on your PS3. It's not really meant for copying movies as such so the media companies will have no problem with it.

55.4.2007 19:09
waves10
Inactive

is this software downloadable yet?
and is the a patch out for it yet?

66.4.2007 4:05

Originally posted by waves10:
is this software downloadable yet?
and is the a patch out for it yet?
You can download a free trial here:

http://www.ulead.com/dmf/runme.htm

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