SOURCE: Mediatechnics Corporation

September 16, 2008 08:00 ET

Mediatechnics Announces FUSION DiscWrite Pro Software for Publishing

SOQUEL, CA--(Marketwire - September 16, 2008) - Mediatechnics Corporation (PINKSHEETS: MEDT) announces today that we have expanded our FUSION DiscWrite CD/DVD software to add publishing features for applications from Banking and Games to Medical, Music and Video.

"After many years of feedback from our customers we feel we have released the most advanced duplication and publishing software on the market today," stated Trevor Bono, Mediatechnics Vice President of Sales.

The following are a few of the features of the NEW DiscWrite Pro Software:

-- Publishing functions:
     -- Disc Image creation from existing audio and data CD/DVD/BD discs
     -- Copies CDs, DVDs, and BDs from physical masters
     -- Supports Data premastering for CDs, DVDs, and Blu Ray
     -- Integrated Disc Label Editor
-- Job queue support - ability to queue a number of duplication jobs, edit
   jobs in the queue, change priority, and delete jobs.
-- Create your own job queue for simple duplication of disc sets
-- Estimates time for completion
-- Email notification support for completed job or error code information
-- Ink level detection and thermal ribbon countdown support
-- Serialization and Merge field support
-- Ability to verify media speed compatibility with the recorder

About Mediatechnics (PINKSHEETS: MEDT)

Mediatechnics Corporation (www.Mediatechnicscorporation.com) is the parent company of Mediatechnics Systems Inc. (www.Mediatechnics.com), MediaMaster Corporation (www.mediamastercorp.com), The Live Network (www.thelivenetwork.com), Innotech (www.innotechusa.com), and CRD Technologies (www.crdtechnologies.com).

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