Ulead VideoStudio 11 now certified for Windows Vista

reprinted from a Corel press release:

Ulead VideoStudio 11 Now Certified for Windows Vista


VideoStudio Experience on Windows Vista Delivers Outstanding Video Editing, Authoring and Sharing to New and Advanced Users


Taipei, Taiwan – June 8, 2007 – Corel Corporation (NASDAQ:CREL; TSX:CRE) today announced that Ulead VideoStudio 11 and Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus, the latest versions of its award-winning consumer video editing and DVD authoring software, have been Certified for Windows Vista. Ulead VideoStudio 11 is an all-in-one solution for producing professional-looking videos, slideshows and DVDs with Dolby Digital sound. With this Certified for Windows Vista software, consumers who are new to creating videos and experienced users who want to save time can choose from a wide range of easy-to-use tools to edit video and author discs. They can also use wizards to create exciting videos and slideshows automatically. Users can share movies everywhere whether they are using an iPod or the latest high-definition home theater systems.


"The previous version of our software, Ulead VideoStudio 10, was the industry's first video editing software package to be Certified for Windows Vista," said Blaine Mathieu, Vice President and General Manager, Products and Strategy, Digital Media at Corel. "Continuing this outstanding support of Microsoft's new operating system, we have ensured that consumers and OEMs can be confident that VideoStudio 11 will maintain its lead as a premier choice in video editing/authoring, and that all of the powerful new features that were added to this latest release will deliver the same performance and unmatched ease of use they have come to expect from this impressive offering."


"Microsoft is pleased that Corel has earned the Certified for Windows Vista logo for Ulead VideoStudio 11," said Dave Wascha, director of Windows Client Product Management at Microsoft Corp. "This highlights Corel's commitment to providing its customers with higher-quality applications that deliver a more secure, reliable and compatible experience with Windows Vista."


New features in Ulead VideoStudio 11 include support for AVCHD editing, enhanced DV-to-DVD Wizard and Movie Wizard features, more title/subtitle and overlay tools, and a host of quick-fix solutions for common video problems, including automatic color/tone correction. With Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus, consumers also have a complete, end-to-end solution for capturing, editing, authoring and burning HD DVD videos.


Widely recognized as the most complete video solution on the market, Ulead VideoStudio 11 supports popular formats and can be used to capture video from virtually any video source.


In addition to offering all of the features of the standard version, Ulead Video Studio 11 Plus enables users to import high-definition video from hard drive and disc-based AVCHD camcorders and to edit HD in real time without proxies on high-spec systems. Using Corel's advanced PureHD technology, HD content can be edited in real time as easily as DV, even on mid-range machines. For fast and easy HD video creation, the newly enhanced Movie Wizard can be used to capture, edit and output full-resolution HD movies with immersive Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. Authored projects or folders can be burned to HD DVD-R/RW or even standard DVD discs. For added value, VideoStudio 11 Plus includes InterVideo WinDVD 8 Silver, the first universal playback software to achieve AVCHD certification.


Pricing and Availability Ulead VideoStudio 11 and Ulead VideoStudio 11 Plus are available through Corel's worldwide resellers and online from www.corel.com and www.ulead.com. Suggested retail pricing is $89.99 USD for the standard version and $129.99 USD for the Plus version. Upgrade pricing is also available for registered users of previous versions. For more information on Ulead VideoStudio 11, please visit www.corel.com or www.ulead.com.

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