NetBlender Releases DoStudio Blu-ray Authoring Tool

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DoStudio Authoring Edition is an affordable GUI-based Blu-ray solution for professional DVD authors making the transition to Blu-ray Disc

We believe DoStudio Authoring Edition is the ideal tool for DVD authors who are making the transition to Blu-ray disc

NetBlender today released DoStudio Authoring Edition to its global community of professional Blu-ray developers. DoStudio Authoring Edition (DSA) provides Blu-ray authors an easy-to-learn, GUI based solution for creating professional Blu-ray discs.

"We believe DoStudio Authoring Edition is the ideal tool for DVD authors who are making the transition to Blu-ray disc," said John Harrington, NetBlender CEO. "Rather than simply map a tool to the BD spec, DSA maps the DVD authoring workflow to Blu-ray disc creation. Blu-ray professionals will be amazed by how quickly they can author a disc in DoStudio."

The current release is a fully spec-compliant professional authoring tool that creates pop-up menus with Adobe Photoshop® import. Picture-in-picture support will be added in July 2008 and BD-Live templates will arrive in early 2009. DSA includes the Corel Pure HD multiplexer and supports BDCMF formatting and AACS encapsulation.

DoStudio is available for download and purchase at: http://dostudio.netblender.com.

About NetBlender:
NetBlender (http://www.netblender.com) was founded by a team of veteran producers of interactive media. The company creates platforms for the seamless blending of static and real time content in which each device performs its optimal role, resulting in the most enriching viewer experience. NetBlender strives to provide technical and practical leadership in the emerging new media universe.

About DoStudio:
DoStudio (previously known as DVD One) is the first visual tool for creating Advanced Content for next generation discs. Features of DoStudio include: adding picture-in-picture of streaming video over the primary DVD video stream for live commentary, creating translucent pop-up menus that can be navigated without interruption of video playback, adding network connectivity.

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