Adobe takes aim on DVD market with new software
Monday, March 31st 2003, 12:00 am
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(San Francisco-AP) -- Software company Adobe Systems is expanding into the fast-growing DVD market.
Adobe is unveiling a new program designed to make it easier to customize discs on a personal computer.
The San Jose-based company makes the popular Acrobat and Photoshop programs.
The new software will be called Encore. It's being officially announced now -- but it won't go on sale until the summer.
The new software has a suggested retail price of 549 dollars per copy.
It's designed to produce slick DVDs for video entrepreneurs and aficionados.
But there's bad news for Mac users. Adobe is not selling a version of the new software for Apple's Macintosh system.