"We're excited to see the ecosystem preparing for Windows Vista, and are pleased that InterVideo will be offering its video, image and DVD software for use with Windows XP today and Windows Vista in January," said Brad Goldberg, general manager, Windows product management. "With the release of Windows Vista, Microsoft and the industry are providing consumers with unprecedented multimedia creation and editing capabilities, building on what is already possible."
InterVideo WinDVD 8, which began shipping last week, is the company's first Windows Vista-ready product, providing smooth playback of DVDs and video files on notebooks, desktops and Media Center PCs. Ulead VideoStudio 10 Plus, the company's award-winning home video editing and DVD authoring package, is currently undergoing Microsoft compatibility testing with certification expected to be announced soon. Ulead DVD MovieFactory, Ulead PhotoImpact, InterVideo iVideoToGo and InterVideo DVD Copy will be updated following the release of Windows Vista.
InterVideo Ulead is also working closely with its hardware partners to ensure that the latest versions of its software are available on Windows Vista-equipped PCs and Windows Vista-compatible peripheral devices.