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All Interviews For Intervideo / Ulead
May 6, 2006 Show:   Topic: Create Video & Slideshow Discs with Ease  Guest: Forrest Lee
InterVideo/Ulead (Nasdaq: IVII) is a leading provider of DVD software. InterVideo has developed a technology platform from which it has created a broad suite of integrated multimedia software products that allow users to capture, edit, author, burn, distribute, and play digital video.

Forrest Lee, Director, Retail Sales with Intervideo talks about the InterVideo/Ulead DVD Copy 4 H.264 & iVideo To Go, which stands out from their competition for their ease of use. InterVideo has developed a technology platform from which it has created a broad suite of integrated multimedia software products that allow users to capture, edit, author, burn, distribute, and play digital video.
Listen To Intervideo / UleadMay 6, 2006 interview
March 4, 2006 Show:   Topic: DVD Burning, Creation for Videos/Photos/Data/Music  Guest: Forrest Lee
InterVideo/Ulead (Nasdaq: IVII) is a leading provider of DVD software. InterVideo has developed a technology platform from which it has created a broad suite of integrated multimedia software products that allow users to capture, edit, author, burn, distribute, and play digital video.

Forrest Lee, Director of Retail Sales, from Ulead talks about DVD MovieFactory 4. You can use video clips on your hard drive, from the Internet, set-top DVD recorder discs, camcorders, TV tuner cards, VCRs, TVs, home DVDs and DVD-RAM recorders.
Listen To UleadMarch 4, 2006 interview
May 15, 2004 Show:   Topic: Video Editing Comparision - Which for You  Guest: Travis White
Ulead Systems, Inc. is a leading developer of innovative video, imaging and DVD authoring software for desktop, server, mobile and Internet platforms. Ulead software empowers users of all levels with the tools to easily and affordably personalize, manage and share digital content.

Travis White, video editing product manager for Ulead Systems discusses the newly released VideoStudio 8. With years of fine-tuning, this latest version offers refined automated video editing tools for consumers who want to quickly and easily turn home videos into polished movies to share on DVD, CD, or the Web.
Listen To Ulead SystemsMay 15, 2004 interview
November 15, 2003 Show:   Topic: Digital Imaging & Video  Guest: Colwin Chan
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.

Colwin Chan, Product Marketing Manager, discusses Ulead« PhotoImpact XL and Ulead« DVD PictureShow 2. Ulead« PhotoImpact XL provides a complete set of tools for Web and graphics artists who want inspiring results without the steep learning curve. For beginners who want results fast, PhotoImpact XL provides plenty of new tools like the ExpressFix Wizard that takes the guesswork out of retouching digital photos. 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. Both of these products make ideal gifts for the holiday season for your digital photographer or videographer buff.
Listen To Ulead SystemsNovember 15, 2003 interview
June 14, 2003 Show:   Topic: Burning DVDs  Guest: Brian Hoffman
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!
Listen To Ulead SystemsJune 14, 2003 interview
October 19, 2002 Show:   Topic: Multimedia Software  Guest: Colwin Chan


Listen To Ulead SystemsOctober 19, 2002 interview
December 1, 2001 Show:   Topic: Graphics  Guest: Travis White


Listen To Ulead SystemsDecember 1, 2001 interview
July 8, 2000 Show:   Topic: Multimedia  Guest: Travis White
Whatever your multimedia needs, Ulead Systems has something to offer the home user and the professional.

Travis White from Ulead discusses the relative merits of these award-winning products - VideoStudio 4 and MediaStudio Pro 6. For the amateur camcorder user to the professional video editor, find out which one fits your needs.
Listen To Ulead SystemsJuly 8, 2000 interview
July 12, 1997 Show:   Topic: Photo Fixers  Guest: Steve Stauteenbach


Listen To Ulead SystemsJuly 12, 1997 interview
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