DVD-Video development is focus of new DVD authoring tools

Partyka, Jeff
November 1997
EMedia Professional;Nov97, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p14
Academic Journal
Reports that software manufacturers are losing little time in developing digital videodisc (DVD) authoring tools as more and more DVD-Video titles and players show up in the market. Updated version of Daikin's Scenarist software; Inclusion of the Scenarist2 in Minerva Systems Inc.'s Minerva DVD-Professional; Release of Pioneer New Media Technologies' DVDesigner.


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