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RoboStation now includes DVD processing capabilities

Indianapolis, IN — August, 2007 — Double Century Software, Inc, the leader in providing nonproprietary bulk ripping solutions, has released its next generation automated ripping solution, RoboStation 2.0. In addition to CD ripping, RoboStation now includes DVD processing capabilities and can be configured to utilize your favorite DVD ripper.

RoboStation, released in March of 2007, is a platform supporting several hardware options and popular digital music formats. RoboStation has become Double Century Software’s flagship product, incorporating all previous technologies, hardware platforms, and features. Many manufacturers have already selected RoboStation as their media loading platform of choice. RoboStation utilizes two CD information systems, All Media Guide (AMG) and FreeDB. Features include automatic genre standardization, folder customization, pay-per-use pricing, active encoding monitoring, and more. For further details on the RoboStation 2.0, along with a product demo, please visit www.doublecenturysoftware.com/robostation.html.

Double Century Software is a privately held company headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Double Century provides audio visual dealers, manufacturers, and individuals with automated solutions for loading digital media products. Our solutions feature a solid processing engine, world-class data from All Media Guide, and integrated data grooming to ensure structure, consistency, and accuracy. Our service division, Moondog Digital, provides commercial and consumer conversion of LPs, cassettes, VHS, DVDs, and CDs, with projects ranging from 40 CDs to over 40,000. More information can be found at www.doublecenturysoftware.com and www.moondogdigital.com.

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