NewTech Infosystems (NTI) Inc. on Wednesday introduced Dragon FliX, a solution for compressing unencrypted movies contained on 8.5GB dual-layer DVDs and burning them to 4.7GB single-layer media. Users can exclude features they donit want, such as bonus videos or audio tracks, before they burn the disc, and can also choose to simply copy the main movie sans menus or other content. Dragon FliX also includes the ability to simultaneously burn one source to multiple discs. As The Mac Observer posted this article, a product page was not available on the NTI Web site.
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