LaCie Introduces Network DVD Burning

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LaCie announced on Thursday its Remote Burn software for Mac OS X. The software, exclusive to LaCie, enables users to burn to multiple DVD± RW drives on a network. The LaCie portable DVD±RW with LightScribe and d2 DVD±RW with LightScribe drives for FireWire are supported.

With LaCie Remote Burn, users can access LaCie DVD±RW burners from any Macintosh located on the local network. Exclusively available to LaCie, Remote Burn can easily burn files with simple drag and drop. When ready to burn, the software sends data across the network to selected computers with attached LaCie burners.

"LaCie Remote Burn is a complete solution for easily sharing multiple burners plugged into a Macintosh at home or in the office," said Christelle Dexet, LaCie Product Manager. "With three clicks of a mouse, one can burn their data to a remote LaCie DVD±RW drive or duplicate a custom DVD/CD using multiple burners over the network. In addition to our drivesi stylish design, LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling technology and the bundling of a complete version of Toast Titanium, LaCie continues to offer the most advanced burning solution for Macintosh users."

The LaCie Remote Burn is bundled with the LaCie Portable DVD±RW with LightScribe, Design by Sam Hecht and d2 DVD±RW with LightScribe drives for FireWire. OS X Tiger or later, one of the specified LaCie drives and a local area network are required.

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