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Magix Announces Music On CD & DVD Software

Music and video editing software manufacturer MAGIX recently announced the release of Music on CD & DVD, the new software that creates music DVDs for surround sound home theater and media centers. 3/25/2004 7:00 AM Eastern

Music and video editing software manufacturer MAGIX recentlyannounced the release of Music on CD & DVD, the new software thatcreates music DVDs for surround sound home theater and media centers.MAGIX Music on CD & DVD helps users make long-playing personalizedmusic DVDs for home use.

MAGIX Music on CD & DVD reportedly restores and revitalizes thesound of CDs, LPs, Internet radio, digital cable channels, TV shows andvoice recordings and organizes music tracks per the user’schoice. Music can then be combined with photos and videos, along withover 260 special effects to create a personalized “best of”experience. Up to 100 hours of music can be archived on one MP3DVD-ROM.

MAGIX Music on CD & DVD includes an MPEG-2 encoder, supports allthe leading music formats, including MP3, WMA, OGG Vorbis, and .WAV, inaddition to photo and video formats such as JPEG, BMP, WMV, and AVI,WMV 9, MOV, MPEG 1 & 2 and others.

Available at software retailers nationwide in late March, MAGIXMusic on CD & DVD 2004 is available for Windows and priced at$39.99. Visit www.magix.com for more information.