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PowerDVD Ultra supports Intel GMA 3000 series integrated graphics chipsets

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 07 Jun 2007 14:01 User comments (2)

PowerDVD Ultra supports Intel GMA 3000 series integrated graphics chipsets CyberLink Corp. has announced that the Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD movie playback software PowerDVD Ultra now supports the high-definition playback and content protection technologies of Intel's GMA 3000 series integrated graphics chipsets. It now supports Intel chipsets with GMA 3000 series integrated graphics along with Broadcom Media PC products to provide a robust and secure path for high definition playback including Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD.
"The Intel 3 series chipsets, featuring Intel's GMA 3100, X3100 or X3500 graphics, enable robust and cost-effective solutions that provide high-quality movie playback for standard and high-definition content, including Blu-ray Discs and HD DVDs," said Richard Malinowski, Vice President & General Manager of Intel's Chipset Group. "PowerDVD Ultra's optimization for Intel's GMA 3100, X3100 and X3500 graphics, ensures exceptional performance, enabling users to enjoy high-definition movies on many mainstream mobile & desktop PCs moving forward."

"By working closely with Intel to optimize PowerDVD Ultra for the Intel GMA 3000 series integrated graphics chipsets, CyberLink is very happy to deliver a high-performance solution for the home entertainment PC market," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink Corp. "As the leading software enabling playback of Blu-ray Discs and HD DVDs on the PC, CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra features the latest video and audio technologies, and supports content protection mechanisms to deliver reliable playback of high-definition movie content."

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2 user comments

17.6.2007 14:31

At least they are moving forward and every time i read an article about CyberLink it seems they are improving on their products.

226.7.2007 20:30

Agreed. They do seem to be in the news a lot with upgraded capabilities.

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