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Jack E Wrigley

How's About Making Toast A Complete Replacement For Adobe Encore?

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With Apple and Adobe apparently believing we've all stopped using DVD and Blu-Ray discs and put our trust 100% in white whispy nothingness, could Toast be in a great position to fill the market position held by the sadly departed Encore and DVD Studio?

 

At the moment it would be very difficult to satisfy a client's corporate design requirements using Toast, but given the ability to accept Adobe Photoshop Layer documents (.psd) as background, or static and rollover buttons in custom Toast menus (like Encore) I think that this would make Toast attractive to a potentially much larger market.

 

Anybody in Roxio's management team agree with this idea?

 

Jack Wrigley

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You'd have to ask Roxio/Corel's management team that yourself, Jack. Try the Roxio or Corel sites.

 

This is a user board where users help users, and we have no direct line to the Company's management.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Anybody in Roxio's management team agree with this idea?

 

I'm not sure there is a Roxio management team.

 

Roxio, a U.S. software company, specializes in developing consumer digital media products. Its product line includes tools for setting up digital media projects, media conversion software, and content distribution systems. The company formed as a spin-off of Adaptec's software division in 2001, and acquired MGI Software in 2002.

 

Sonic Solutions acquired Roxio in 2003, going on to acquire Simple Star and CinemaNow in 2008. Rovi Corporation acquired Sonic Solutions in 2010, but Rovi announced in January 2012 that it would sell Roxio to the Canadian software company Corel. That acquisition closed on February 7, 2012.

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