Consumers can now record their Realnetworks Realjukebox based personal digital music and custom playlists onto a standard audio CD that can be played on any CD player.
At this week's Consumer Electronics Show Realnetworks announced its Realjukebox Update 1 which allows consumers with CD-R drives to incorporate CD recording technology from Adaptec's Easy CD creator. Consumers can drag and drop music tracks from their personal playlists onto a CD-R icon within Realjukebox to burn a CD of the tracks.
"This provides more than 21 million RealJukebox users with the easiest way to create their own audio CDs for playback on any standard CD Player, whether it be in the living room, on a CD boombox, or on a car CD Player," said Dave Richards, vice president of consumer products at Realnetworks.
The Beta version of the plug in that gives the CD-R the functionality will be available via the auto update feature in Realjukebox. For customers who do not have the Easy CD Creator engine, the free version will be available for download early next week at www.adaptec.com/realdeal/.
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