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CyberLink announces PowerDVD Copy

Written by Jari Ketola @ 01 Jul 2004 16:13 User comments (3)

CyberLink announces PowerDVD Copy Leading digital video and audio software manufacturer and developer CyberLink today announced PowerDVD Copy software which, like many others on the market, compresses DVD-Video discs on a single 4.7GB DVDR(W) disc.
PowerDVD Copy enhances the digital home experience by allowing users to easily copy a high quality DVD. The user-friendly interface offers all the features users need on one page, making it a breeze to select the source and destination and then copy. PowerDVD Copy optimizes disc space and video quality by automatically shrinking the video file to store 8.5 GB of data onto 4.7 GB discs.

"CyberLink PowerDVD Copy is the must-have DVD copying software for video lovers," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. "It lets users copy their favorite videos easily onto discs, which they can then share with others or simply store as a backup copy."

Advanced options allow customizing discs with chapters, subtitles, languages, and other special features. PowerDVD Copy is ideal for individuals to create a collection of their favorite videos as well as for businesses to duplicate training or promotion discs.

For greater compatibility, PowerDVD Copy supports a broad range of burner models, including DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW drives with double-layer burning capability.

PowerDVD Copy does not include a CSS decrypting engine.

Source: Press release

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3 user comments

11.7.2004 19:57

Better QUALITY compresser than CCE/Rebuilder, or InterVideo? Discuss

24.7.2004 17:21

It looks like its just a another Shrink/Reencode to me, nothing special.

310.7.2004 1:53

I have tried this program and it has a very clear picture. I also used DVD43Free to be able to backup my movie. It took about 1 hour for a few test movies but it will not backup dual aspect movies. After trying it out which cost me $40 I went back to DVD Shrink and Nero for my backup needs which will work with dual aspect movies and does it in about 35 minutes. My system is a AMD 3200+ with 2gb of DDR 3200 ram and a Liteon 811S 8X burner.

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