CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra Supports Playback of BD-Live Content
Taipei, Taiwan.-CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW), innovative solution provider for the connected digital lifestyle, announced today that CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra now supports BD-Live (Blu-ray Disc Profile 2.0) playback functionality, featuring support for advanced interactive BD-Live content.
The latest BD Profile 2.0 (BD Live) format enables powerful Internet-connected activities such as multiplayer gaming, e-commerce, downloading movie trailers and subtitles, and social networking.
“CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra has already been certified for various HD formats including BD-Video Profile 1.1, BD+, AVCHD, and BD-RE 3.0,”said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. “Now with PowerDVD Ultra supporting the advanced BD-Live format, CyberLink continues to deliver the best high-definition movie experience on the PC.”
PowerDVD Ultra offers the following key features:
* Playback of high-definition Blu-ray Disc movies
* Support for next-generation disc features, like Picture-in-Picture movie mode, networking, interactive BD-J, 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
CyberLink offers a complete line of software for the Blu-ray Disc format, ranging from high-definition video playback, high-definition video editing and authoring, and burning data onto Blu-ray Discs. For more information about CyberLink’s high-definition disc solutions, please visit: www.cyberlink.com
CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra with support for BD-Live will be available by end of April in 9-languages. Users of PowerDVD Ultra can get a free software upgrade at CyberLink website.
* CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra - $99.95
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