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Cyberlink Power DVD Ultra gets BD 1.1 certified

Written by Dave Horvath @ 02 Jan 2008 14:47 User comments (1)

Cyberlink Power DVD Ultra gets BD 1.1 certified Announced today, Cyberlink Corp, makers of the well known Power DVD software suite have officially been certified by the Blu-ray Disc Association to support playback of BD-Video profile 1.1 specification. What this means to viewers is that their software will now support multiple video streams from Blu-ray sources for the ability to have picture-in-picture during playback for video and documentary footage simultaneously.
"CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra has been acknowledged for various standards for high-definition video support including BD-ROM Profile 1.0, BD+, AVCHD, and HD DVD," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. "Now with PowerDVD Ultra certified for BD-Video Profile 1.1, we ensure users the best Blu-ray movie experience on PCs."

PowerDVD Ultra offers the following key features:
  • Playback of high-definition Blu-ray Disc, and HD DVD movies
  • Support for next-generation disc features, like Picture-in-Picture movie mode, networking, interactive BD-J and iHD, bookmarks, and advanced disc navigation
  • New audio technologies with support for Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, and DTS-HD technologies
  • Optimized performance for playing high-definition video content using graphics cards featuring NVIDIA PureVideo, ATI Avivo, and Intel Clear Video technology
Pricing for Power DVD Ultra will be $99.95 and available early 2008.

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1 user comment

13.1.2008 18:31

In my book this would be worth the cost. The great thing about cyberlink is the user friendly format the software is made. I have used Nero and Cyberlink and i find that even both have an easy to use user interface but nero can be a bit too technical at times for new users.

I recommend cyberlink products for newbies in this kinda market to learn how to use these products at first and then expand too other software packages.

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