Retrobytes from West Midlands firm Videmix has signed a groundbreaking deal with major label Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK), which will enable music lovers to create their very own music video compilation on to a personalised DVD.
The working partnership between Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) and Worcestershire based Videmix, the driving force behind Retrobytes, enhances the already existing archive of sport and movie trailers with a collection of music videos.
All of this can be found on the Retrobytes Internet based 'pick and mix' DVD creation system.
By making available a selected UK 'repertoire' with Retrobytes, music fans can now create their own collection of music videos from a wide selection of artists - of videos both past and present.
Research from Videmix confirms there is a clear gap in the marketplace for Retrobytes.
Catherine Marsh, director of Videmix, said: " Content and variety of choice are key to our success. With Sony BMG Music Entertainment ( UK) onboard, we can now offer our consumers a much more varied service.
"We already offer movie trailers and sporting memories but being able to offer such a diverse crosssection of music videos, from legendary artists to chart toppers, we have really opened up to a wider audience."
The Retrobytes system works by logging on to www.retrobytes.tv and completing your personal request and details within the Videmix developed on-screen Coreviewer.
The easy navigation of the Coreviewer includes a brief preview of the clip together with a short description of it to aid the search before selection. Before ordering consumers also have the option of adding an image, background music and personalised text to the menu screen of their chosen DVD - ideal when the DVD is a gift for someone.
Users can register free with Retrobytes and there is the facility to save and recall compilations.
Ordering really is simplicity itself, with delivery of the DVD being sent direct to a chosen address in a bright silver 'retro' effect tin. nAdditional information from 08707-705412 or www.retrobytes.tv