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Cyberlink PowerDVD certified for playback of BD-RE 3.0 format

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 20 Oct 2007 17:59 User comments (1)

Cyberlink PowerDVD certified for playback of BD-RE 3.0 format CyberLink Corp. has announced that the powerful PowerDVD media player has been verified by the Sony Verification Center to support playback of rewritable Blu-ray Discs BD-RE 3.0 (BDMV format on BD-RE). Continuing its tradition of delivering superb quality for movie playback on the PC, CyberLink PowerDVD's support for BD-RE 3.0 allows users to play the BDMV content they have authored on rewritable Blu-ray Discs, and navigate the advanced interactive menus of the Blu-ray Disc format.
"As a world leader in developing digital multimedia for PCs and CE devices, CyberLink continues to provide leading quality for the latest disc authoring and playback formats," said Alice H. Chang. "The Blu-ray Disc logo is a symbol of exceptional movie quality, while PowerDVD's ability to carry this logo is an endorsement of CyberLink's technological expertise in ensuring the very best high-definition movie experience on the PC."

PowerDVD has already been certified for BD-ROM Profile 1.0, BD+, AVCHD, and HD DVD. It supports Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD technologies for audio and offers optimized performance for playing high-definition video content using graphics cards featuring NVIDIA PureVideo, ATI Avivo, and Intel Clear Video technology. It supports the interactivity features of HD DVD and Blu-ray by supporting the underlying BD-J and HDi technology.

CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra with certified for BD-RE 3.0 will be available online in mid November in 9-languages at CyberLink website.

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123.10.2007 22:16

I just bought their DVD suite paclage and its great user friendly and really worth the money and cheaper than nero, However Nero is better these guys are more than an adequete substuite.

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