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Dragon FliX Compresses Dual Layer Movies to DVD-R Discs

Dragon FliX Compresses Dual Layer Movies to DVD-R Discs

by , 1:00 PM EST, February 27th, 2006

NewTech Infosystems, Inc. (NTI) on Monday released Dragon FliX, an application that compresses an unencrypted 8.5GB dual-layer movie so that it fits on a 4.7GB single-layer disc. Users can compress and copy an entire disc or just the main movie; with the latter option, the film starts playing as soon as the disc is inserted in a player, with no menus present.

Dragon FliX also features the ability to simultaneously burn the same movie to multiple DVD burners. Pricing is US$39.99. Mac OS X v10.2.8 or higher is required.

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