Roxio Ships Over 30 Applications Compatible with Windows 7

Enhances Windows 7 Experience with Many Added Features for Managing and
Enjoying Personal Digital Media and Premium Entertainment

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Roxio®, a division of
Sonic Solutions® (Nasdaq: SNIC), today announced the availability of over 30
applications for Windows 7 users and PC OEMs who wish to complement and expand
the digital media functionality of Windows 7. The Roxio applications for
Windows 7 include Creator® 2010, Roxio's flagship digital media suite,
CinePlayer® BD for high-definition entertainment playback, the CinemaNow((TM))
service for on-demand movie access, PhotoShow® Touch, for creating and sharing
slideshows using simple finger gestures to directly manipulate objects on
screen, and others.

Roxio's latest applications extend the Windows 7 experience with many
additional features for digital media-savvy users who capture and enjoy
photos, videos, and premium content. A few examples:

-- AVC HD support -- Roxio Creator supports real-time editing of AVCHD,
the most popular format for new HD cameras, and allows Windows 7 users
to edit high-definition home movies and share them on Blu-ray Disc.

-- Disc copying -- Roxio Creator and Roxio Burn allow Windows 7 users to
create and burn a full disc image to any optical format, CD, DVD and
Blu-ray. These products also support the efficient drag-and-drop
of discs and disc images and burning of files spanning multiple CDs,
DVDs, or Blu-ray Discs.

-- Moving media files among devices -- Roxio products provide Window 7
users with the ability to organize and move media files across devices
-- Windows Mobile phones, iPods®, Blackberry® handhelds, and other
smart phones, mobile devices, PCs, etc. -- with high-speed seamless

-- Playback of Blu-ray content -- Creator 2010 Pro Edition offers
of Blu-ray discs for Windows 7 users who wish to enjoy videos with the
highest audio/video quality.

-- PhotoShow( )Touch -- For multi-touch enabled Windows 7 systems,
PhotoShow Touch enables users to compose and share slideshows using
simple finger gestures to directly manipulate objects on screen.

-- VHS to DVD -- Roxio Easy VHS to DVD, a combination of software and
hardware that enables Windows 7 users to quickly and efficiently
digitize analog recordings stored on VHS tapes.

-- Hollywood movies -- Roxio's CinemaNow service for on-demand movie
enables Windows 7 users to browse, rent, and purchase premium
entertainment for PC viewing or accessing from a broad range of home
mobile electronics.

As part of a co-marketing agreement with Microsoft, Roxio products were
showcased during the Windows 7 launch event in New York City, and were part of
Windows 7 House Party program.

"Windows 7 is a very exciting new operating system, and users will enjoy the
rich features of this new platform from Microsoft," said Matt DiMaria, general
manager, Roxio division of Sonic Solutions. "Whether it's creating and sharing
high-definition home movies or instantly enjoying Hollywood entertainment from
a connected Blu-ray Disc player, Roxio has a solution to help consumers make
the most of their experience with Windows 7."

"Software partners like Roxio continue to play a key role in enriching the
Windows experience," said Kim Akers, general manager for global partners,
Microsoft Corp. "Roxio's impressive range of digital media applications and
services embodies the Windows 7 philosophy by making a wide spectrum of
digital media tasks easier, faster and more enjoyable."

For more information on applications compatible with Windows 7 visit:

About Roxio
Roxio enables consumers to easily manage, share, and enjoy personal digital
media content and, through Roxio CinemaNow((TM)), conveniently access premium
Hollywood entertainment from a broad range of connected devices. A wide array
of leading technology companies and developers rely on Roxio applications,
services and technologies to bring innovative digital media functionality to
next-generation devices and platforms.

Roxio is a division of Sonic Solutions (Nasdaq: SNIC), headquartered in
Novato, California.
via Reuters

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