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OEM Easy Cd & Dvd Creator 6 Platinum : Buy & Download

Easy Cd & Dvd Creator 6 Platinum
Manufacturer: Other
Category: Multimedia and Entertainment
Retail price: $29.95
Our Price: $14.95
Roxio has been noticeably quiet during the development of mainstream DVD recording. Multimedia and Entertainment ; Other; download Easy Cd & Dvd Creator 6 Platinum. Can Easy CD & DVD Creator 6 pull the disc burning market back from Nero and VOB? Since Adaptecs software division was spun off as a separate company called Roxio, weve been astonished by some dreadful decision making. There was the release of the awful (and now seemingly defunct) Video Pack 5, and then the purchase of MGI - maker of our least favourite editing program, VideoWave. But the company still has its big-selling CD burning software - Easy CD Creator. Previous versions of the program have always scored highly in Computer Video tests, but there hasnt been a major upgrade in two years. In that time, recordable DVD has hit the mainstream, and programs such as VOBs Instant CD/DVD and Aheads Nero have taken over a strong OEM market which Easy CD Creator used to dominate. The last two years has also seen a big change in the way people use digital media. Not only has digital video gone from strength to strength, but more and more people are finding a use for digital stills and MP3 - all made even more appealing by faster, cheaper internet access. As with Apples iLife software collection, Roxio is presenting Easy CD & DVD Creator 6 as a suite of integrated software applications, designed to help manage digital media in all its forms. The program is composed of five main utilities - Disc Copier, AudioCentral, DVD Builder, PhotoSuite 5, and Creator Classic - all accessible from Windows Programs menu, or from a single graphic interface called up when you double-click the desktop shortcut. Also installed is a packet-writing utility called Drag to Disc, which is launched automatically and sits on the desktop above the system tray.