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Popcorn 2 Supports Intel Macs

Popcorn 2 Supports Intel Macs

by , 7:45 AM EDT, April 12th, 2006

Roxio announced the immediate availability of Popcorn 2 on Wednesday. Popcorn lets you backup and convert your personal and non-copy protected DVDs to iPod, mobile phone and PSP formats. The new version is a Universal Binary application capable of running natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. It supports several formats, including QuickTime, MPEG, and iMovie projects, includes optimized settings for exporting to different formats, and lets you select specific video and audio parts to copy so you can make your own "director's cut" discs. Popcorn 2 is priced at US$49.99.

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