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NetBlender offers training for hi-def disc developers

NetBlender has launched a new training series aimed to provide hands-on education and practical experience for DVD developers moving to HD DVD and Blu-ray disc production. Called the "Expert Series," the training will be conducted by leaders in the field who have produced numerous commercial HD titles.

The series will launch in Barcelona, Spain on November 14-15, 2007 with a two-day course on HD DVD development. Dubbed ES07:Barcelona, the two day session will consist of both demonstration and hands-on development. Attendees will leave the session with a completed sample project and reusable code that they can implement in future projects.

Scott Bates, formerly Director of Multimedia for Deluxe Studios in Burbank, CA will lead the seminars. Scott has worked on numerous HD DVD titles, including the highly acclaimed 300. Philippe Perquin, a leading HD DVD developer based in Paris will lead the hands on sessions. Other participants include Microsoft, who will give a presentation on testing with the Xbox 360 Emulator and Eclipse Data Systems, who will present on AACS and the replication process.

Attendees will receive a starter kit consisting of sample HD DVD content, the High Definiton DVD Handbook, a jump drive with sample code and a two-month subscription to DoStudio MX, NetBlender's complete HD DVD authoring tool.

NetBlender was founded by a team of veteran producers of interactive media. It released DoStudio (previously known as DVD One), the first visual tool for creating Advanced Content (HDi and BD-J) for next generation DVDs.

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Story filed 30.09.07

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