Digitope announced the release of Media Digitalizer, Windows software that records analog media into a wide range of digital audio formats. Media Digitalizer creates WMAs, MP3s, Wave files, TunePaks, and audio CDs from LPs, cassettes, or other analog media. Media Digitalizer features an easy-to-use interface, including a full Help system and tutorial. Media Digitalizer's features include fully adjustable recording times, both automatic and manual track detection for any recording, the ability to combine multiple recordings onto one CD, and the ability to spread recording over 60 minutes over several CDs. Media Digitalizer also includes support for two-sided media, so you can record both sides in a single recording. Media Digitalizer has fully adjustable CD burning speeds, from 1x up to your drive maximum. Media Digitalizer runs on XP/2000/Me/98 nad requires 128MB of RAM and 6MB of free hard disk space. Media Digitalizer costs $25.