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Difference between Roxio NXT Creator Enterprise & Pro

Posted on 2013-06-24
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Hi.
     I need to find out the difference between two similiar software products. There are:
          Roxio Creator NXT Professional
          Roxio Creator NXT Enterprise
     All I know is that Pro is like Enterprise but it also has Blu-ray and HD authoring and some "smaller additional" features. But I need more details.
     I go on Roxio's website but I can't find any mention of the latter. I called their tech support and customer service numbers but I just keep getting the run-around.
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I don't see any information about there being an "enterprise" version...only Standard and Pro.

This page expalins the differences.  Hope it helps.

http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/default.html?rtrack=hp_cNXT_B_052012
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