aVinci Media Corporation announced that it signed a multi-year multi-million dollar license earlier this year to place its photo software, allowing DVD burning by customers to create photo archive and photo slideshow DVDs within minutes, in certain domestic Walmart stores.
According to the statement, aVinci anticipates deployment of the software in stores that currently offer in-store DVD burning over the next several months. Where deployed, customers will be able to make a photo archive DVD, which includes a free photo slideshow set to music, while they shop.
“As the number and size of digital photos has increased, so has the need for product creation and DVD burning technologies,” stated Chett Paulsen, CEO of aVinci. “Our photo archive DVD holds between five to eight times the number of photo images a CD holds and includes a free photo slideshow featuring up to 60 customer photo images, and the DVD can be watched on any television or computer equipped with a DVD player.”
Customers can also create photo image DVDs featuring popular music with themes like Wedding, Celebration, Vacation, Baby, ESPN Highlights and many more.
For more information visit: www.avincimedia.com