Reprinted from a Ulead press release:
Ulead Systems, a 15-year industry-leader in the digital video, image, and DVD software market, introduces DVD Workshop Express, advanced DVD authoring software for corporate users and video hobbyists. DVD Workshop Express gives prosumers the same award-winning, design-centric workflow of DVD Workshop 2.2, without the high-end DVD replication technology that only professionals require. Priced at $299, DVD Workshop Express enables corporate and advanced home users to create professional DVD productions efficiently with a minimal investment and low learning curve.
“While DVD Workshop 2.2 gives professionals all the high-end tools that they expect from a professional-level DVD authoring app, many of these features are beyond what a corporate marketing manager or advanced home user requires,” says Travis White, DVD software product manager at Ulead Systems. “With DVD Workshop Express, our goal is to give prosumers the same workflow and rich feature-set that has made DVD Workshop unique, without making them pay for high-end features they don’t need.”
DVD Workshop Express is currently available for $299 at www.ulead.com and will be available soon via North American video resellers. For a list of video resellers, upgrade pricing, and other information go to www.ulead.com.
About Ulead DVD Workshop Express
With its intuitive, creative-centric workflow and built-in design tools, DVD Workshop Express makes it possible to create professional DVD productions with a minimal learning curve. Directly encode any video format to high-quality MPEG. Include alternate music, languages, and commentaries in DVD projects with two subtitle and audio tracks including support for Dolby Digital AC-3. Design intricate menu navigations by creating Playlists to link a sequence of movies, menus, and chapter points to buttons. Mix image and video content to create motion DVD menu compositions and preview in real-time. Create customized DVD menus in PhotoImpact, Ulead’s flagship image editing software, and import them directly into DVD Workshop Express. Burn the final production to dual-layer DVDs for longer or higher quality DVD projects.