PowerDVD 5 Coming Soon

By on June 7, 2003, 3:06 AM
Saw this bit of news over at Warp2Search, Cyberlink has announced that their next version of the popular PowerDVD playback program will be released soon with new and improved features:

[COLOR=royalblue]This new & improved version of PowerDVD is packed with many new technologies to enhance your video and audio entertainment experience. The all new CLEV™ and CLPV™ video video technologies enable you to watch movies with ultra rich quality and in any aspect you want. Plus, CyberLink PowerDVD now offers CLMEI™ so you can enjoy 2 channel encoded movies or audio files (such as MP3s or Audio-CDs) in a multi-channel, for a more true-to-life audio experience.[/COLOR]




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aoj145 said:
Cool, look forward to seeing a new version of PowerDVD.Just curious, what's everyone else using here to watch DVD's on your PC?
TS | Julio said:
I usually use PowerDVD 4... I also have WinDVD but for some reason I don't like it as much.
timmoore said:
I usually use either NVDVD 2 or PowerDVD 4 (4 is XP right :confused:). When PowerDVD 4 first came out, I would use nothing other. But when NVDVD 2 came out, I had to use that because it had better audio and video support, and DVDs just looked better on it. Now I expect the same thing to happen over again. This year is turning out to be very exciting; first the several releases of next gen video cards and now DVD programs, what next? :)
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