, a maker of digital media software, saw its shares jump 25% after it formed a licensing deal with
to provide DVD-burning software for its PCs and notebooks.
Santa Clara, Calif.-based Roxio said its VideoWave Movie Creator software enables users to automatically create a home video with music and other features, and then burn it to a DVD or video CD that can be played back on compatible DVD players.
"Roxio's VideoWave Movie Creator was specifically designed for the consumer and eliminates the complexities and time required to create quality movies from home video," the company said in a press release.The software is currently available for shipping in time for the holiday shopping season, the company said.
The shares traded up $1.09 at $5.40 on the news. As of Monday's close, Roxio was up 88% since hitting a new 52-week low of $2.25 back on Oct. 24.