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CyberLink offers MakeDisc 3

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 04 Oct 2007 17:45 User comments (1)

CyberLink offers MakeDisc 3 CyberLink Corp. announced late last month, the availability of CyberLink MakeDisc 3. The latest version of MakeDisc enables authoring of video and photos, and the burning of data and music files on Blu-ray Discs and DVDs. MakeDisc 3 with support for Blu-ray Discs is available to OEM customers that are developing solutions for the digital home, while a version supporting DVD authoring and burning is now available on the CyberLink website.
"CyberLink MakeDisc 3 enriches the digital home experience by enabling point-and-click burning of data, videos, music, and photos," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. "With auto-detection of recorded TV display ratios, a library of DVD menus, and easy steps for authoring, MakeDisc is the perfect enhancer of Windows Vista Media Center and CyberLink PowerCinema."

MakeDisc is the ideal solution for burning recorded TV. It automatically detects whether a recorded TV program contains most of its content broadcast in widescreen (16:9) or standard (4:3) display ratio, then selects the appropriate size for authoring and burning to DVD.

When authoring videos and photos to DVD, users can select a disc menu from a built-in library then add background music, before burning. The Virtual Keyboard allows users to name their discs via remote control. Meanwhile, Smart Fit technology lets users simplify the burning process by automatically selecting the best video quality for a DVD's available disc space.

CyberLink MakeDisc 3 for DVDs is available in 9-languages for purchase as an online download from the CyberLink.com website for $49.95.

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111.10.2007 13:22

Not a bad lil package i may have a look.

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