In addition to new audio-editing software, Roxio has also released MyDVD 9 Studio Premier for editing and managing video footage.

Reflecting the growing popularity for high-definition camcorder, the latest release support Blu-ray disc burning as well as mobile devices. It comes ready for use with Windows Vista, and has additional video-editing functions that the previous edition lacked.

For experienced video-editors, the software offers a high-definition enabled, 32-track timeline editor with fine-tuning controls, and new, professionally-designed menu styles.

For less experienced video editors, it also includes the MyDVD Express mode, to quickly guide you through making a personalised DVD.

The Multi-Trim editor saves time by removing a number of unwanted scenes, while PhotoSuite offers photo editing tools for still shots.

In addition, the software offers an easy saving option to save files in formats for portable devices like iPods and PSPs.

MyDVD 9 Studio Premier costs around £50 and is available now, while MyDVD 9 Studio will be available later this year for £35.