Wii Want DVD!

News Release

20th August 2007

X-OOM Software, a leading publisher of digital media software for mobile devices, has launched X-OOM Movies on Wii.

Nintendo fans will breathe a sigh of relief as movies and TV shows can now be converted for playback on their TV via the Wii.

X-OOM’s latest software, supporting the MJPEG codec, allows for perfect quality playback. Simply run the DVD on a PC and save the file using‘Movies on Wii’ to the appropriate format; once this is complete, transfer the file to the Wii using an SD memory card.

With a number of editing options including an‘Expert Mode’, you can also cut and back up individual scenes and whole movies as you wish. With help from X-OOM’s Fit-To-Stick technology, movies can be automatically loaded onto the memory card in a short, simple process using only the space that is available.

X-OOM Movies on Wii offers extensive support of video formats including DivX®, XviD, MPEG2, MPEG4, WMV etc.

Notes to editor:

X-OOM Movies on Wii is priced at£19.99 and is available from www.X-OOM.com and www.amazon.co.uk

System Requirements:

Windows, 2000/ XP or Vista, CPU 700 MHz, 256 MB of RAM, screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or higher, 140 MB of free disk space for installation and up to 10 GB of temporary disk space

About X-OOM

X-OOM is a division of bhv Software GmbH&Co.KG, an international software publisher for over 20 years. X-OOM is a series of software products that empowers the users to enjoy their digital lifestyle without limits. Aimed at both novice and advanced users, X-OOM delivers the level of control and flexibility required to get the most value and the best experience from digital media.

X-OOM’s head office is based in Germany. www.X-OOM.com

For product images, review samples and more information please contact:

Matt King / Stephen Denton

Media Safari

+44 (0) 1225 731 388

+44 (0) 7973 210 515

mattk@mediasafari.co.uk


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