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Cyberlink PowerDVD 11 launches, the Universal Player for All Media on PC, Device, Home and Social Cloud

Cyberlink launch PowerDVD11 - tonnes of new features

| Software News | Posted: Apr 21, 2011 7:00 am

Cyberlink are famous for their PowerDVD software suite and are continuing that trend with the release of PowerDVD 11. PowerDVD 11 has some pretty slick features up it's media-playing sleeve with things like "Device App: PowerDVD Remote" now supporting your iPhone or Android-based phones. Nifty!

 

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It also supports social media like Facebook and flickr photo playback, YouTube is included as well as the ability to upload videos directly to Facebook. A list of it's detailed new features are listed below:

 

• Device App: PowerDVD Remote

 

- Control PowerDVD playback functions

 

- Share video and photo to PowerDVD 11

 

- Mouse pad with photo rotation & zoon-in/out support

 

- Support Android & iPhone

 

• Photo Features, with 3D

 

- Native 3D Photo Support

 

- TrueTheater 3D on Photo

 

- 2D/3D Photo Slideshow

 

- RAW format support

 

• Social Media

 

- facebook and flickr photo playback, with 3D

 

- YouTube video playback, with TrueTheater effects

 

- Upload 2D/3D Video to YouTube

 

- Upload videos to facebook directly

 

• DLNA Features

 

- Streaming and Download Music, Video and Photo from DLNA/UPnP Media Server

 

- TrueTheater effects on Video

 

- TrueTheater 3D on Photo

 

- DTCP over IP support

 

• New UI Design

 

- Stereo 3D UI on PowerDVD Cinema mode

 

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