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Roxio offers Easy Media Creator 10

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 06 Sep 2007 11:26 User comments (11)

Roxio offers Easy Media Creator 10 Sonic Solutions' Roxio division has launched Easy Media Creator 10, an upgrade to the company's suite of digital media applications that enables consumers to turn their photos, video and music into impressive multi-media projects that can be shared on CD, DVD, the Web, or a range of mobile devices. Easy Media Creator 10 is fully Windows Vista certified and boasts a new Aero interface.
The company claims the interface makes it easier than ever for consumers to manage their digital content from one project to the next, whether it is burning a DVD or uploading videos to YouTube. "We are pleased to have a working relationship with Roxio, a global provider of digital media software," said Dave Wascha, director of marketing for Windows Vista at Microsoft Corp.

He added: "Microsoft recognizes Sonic's commitment to delivering quality solutions that enhance our users’ experience with Windows Vista." Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 will be available in retail stores worldwide this month and is available today directly from Roxio at www.roxio.com for $99.99 USD.

"Easy Media Creator has always provided digital media enthusiasts with the tools, features, and controls which users of any experience level need to easily create, manage, and enjoy photos, music, and videos," said Mark Ely, executive vice president of strategy, Sonic Solutions. "Understanding that the audience for digital media activities and devices is expanding, Roxio is going a step further with the launch of Creator 10 to provide not only the state-of-the-art digital media software tools designed for the broadest range of users, but also the training and creative inspiration consumers need to get the most out of their digital lives."

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11 user comments

17.9.2007 14:49
duke8888
Inactive

Another piece of Roxio crap. They can keep their releases I am sticking with Nero.

27.9.2007 15:23

I was going to ask, did it stop sucking?
I tried 7 or 8 whatever the easy CD thing was after 8 coasters I found Nero version 5 and since then I wont use any other program to burn CD/DVDs.

37.9.2007 19:03

I have been using Roxio for years, even when it was Adaptec. And I have always liked it better than that clunker piece of junk Nero.
Nero Sucks!!!!!

47.9.2007 19:17

i use roxio 5 platnium that i got originally from roxio site but since roxio got bought, i can't get any updates from them as tho i'm not on their list but still get emails from them.

57.9.2007 19:17

Originally posted by trkcar:
I have been using Roxio for years, even when it was Adaptec. And I have always liked it better than that clunker piece of junk Nero.
Nero Sucks!!!!!
nero could have a easier way to remove the bloat....dose rxio have verify data now?

67.9.2007 20:52

roxio, very bad on updates

78.9.2007 3:53

I must admit that I did not like Roxio in the past. I am now using 2 computers My windows XP Pro has Nero & my Vista 64 bit Has Rixio. When Vista first came out it would not work with Nero and Nero did a update and noting would work for a while I did many re-formats until I went to filehippo.com and got a older release then I could make DVDs on my Xp machine but not on my Vista. I tried Rixio 9 on my Vista machine and it worked. I will render a DVD in a hour vice the 3.5 with Nero. Roxio you can also do green/blue screen that is a cool feature and chapter editing takes 15 seconds compared to 20 mins. now my Vista is a 64bit running on a 2x3.2Ghz processor with 2 Gigs of ram verse a Nero 32bit 2.8 with 2 gigs of memory. What is the better one? only you can decide that one

88.9.2007 5:57

Originally posted by mrturtle:
I must admit that I did not like Roxio in the past. I am now using 2 computers My windows XP Pro has Nero & my Vista 64 bit Has Rixio. When Vista first came out it would not work with Nero and Nero did a update and noting would work for a while I did many re-formats until I went to filehippo.com and got a older release then I could make DVDs on my Xp machine but not on my Vista. I tried Rixio 9 on my Vista machine and it worked. I will render a DVD in a hour vice the 3.5 with Nero. Roxio you can also do green/blue screen that is a cool feature and chapter editing takes 15 seconds compared to 20 mins. now my Vista is a 64bit running on a 2x3.2Ghz processor with 2 Gigs of ram verse a Nero 32bit 2.8 with 2 gigs of memory. What is the better one? only you can decide that one
Nero's not prefect but holly hell they are better than roxio was when XP came along and I was making coaster after coaster..

910.9.2007 19:23

not exaclt a program i use however its good to see they are keeping up with nero.

1017.9.2007 12:48
grizzwhit
Inactive

http://docs.sonic.com/07-0821_c10_launch...n_rid=163049164

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 17 Sep 2007 @ 12:49

1130.11.2007 8:33

I'm using XP Pro and I can't keep Roxio 10 running long enough to make coasters! I wish I had kept count on how many times I have uninstalled and reloaded this crap. Can't load skin, can't start burn engine, can't.... The list of what it can do is much shorter.

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