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June 14, 2003
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June 14, 2003
Ulead Systems is the third-largest multimedia software vendor in the United States and holds over 50% of the video editing software market in Japan. Founded in 1989, Ulead produces multimedia software for users of all levels.
Brian Hoffman, Product Manager for Consumer Video and DVD Products discusses Ulead's multimedia and DVD authoring products. Ulead® DVD PictureShow 2 - Digital Camera Suite is the complete photo sharing solution for your digital camera that allows you to share your photos on CDs, DVDs, and TV. Ulead® DVD MovieFactory 2 is the easiest way to burn home movies onto DVDs or CDs, go directly from camcorder to DVD or CD if you want. Ulead® VideoStudio 7 is video-editing software that uses fast, cutting-edge technology to allow first-time users to easily create professional-looking video --all in real-time!
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