Cyberlink PowerDVD 12 Ultra Review

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Computers, being such an integral part of our daily lives, have not only transformed our productivity habits but the way we consume entertainment, as well. Since the average smart phone in 2012 is essentially a computer, capable of complex tasks beyond the capabilities of cellular phones and even personal computers five years prior, mobile devices and home computers are now expected to work in synergy and be seamlessly integrated. Hardware, of course, is only one part of the ecosystem and software is required so various devices can communicate and make this integration possible.

Cyberlink PowerDVD 12 Ultra

Cyberlink is one of the world's leading digital entertainment software companies, providing a vast array of solutions to various levels of digital video user requirements for more than a decade. Times have changed and Cyberlink has adapted their software line to be more compatible with current end-user needs, incorporating features beyond the typical multimedia playback. To separate themselves from the competition, Cyberlink expanded media file format playback support while enhancing playback quality and device compatibility. Even with downloadable digital media on the rise, Cyberlink's PowerDVD12 remains a popular choice as a media player.

 

Despite the name, Cyberlink's PowerDVD12 is compatible with a wide range of video file formats. Cyberlink's PowerDVD 12 Ultra further expands media library format support by including MKV, FLV, MOV, M2TS and MK3D video files as well as playback on devices such as Android and iOS phones and even DLNA TVs. In addition, Cyberlink PowerDVD12 supports full integration with Facebook, YouTube, and Flickr so users can share their media library with friends easily and conveniently. Using Cyberlink PowerDVD 12's TruTheater HD technology, users can also convert any 2D video, including BluRay and YouTube videos, to stereoscopic 3D. All of these, including tight feature integration and wide format support, is what sets Cyberlink PowerDVD 12 apart from the competition.

 

 

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