Cyberlink's PowerDVD first to get Blu-ray 3D certification

Brings full 3D capabilities to supporting titles.

| Apr 2, 2010 at 4:18 am CDT
With the Blu-ray 3D standard clear to be grounding itself as a technology that's here to stay, Cyberlink has become the first developer of Blu-ray player software to receive Blu-ray 3D Player Certification from the BR Disc Association; this of course for its highly popular PowerDVD suite.

Cyberlink's PowerDVD first to get Blu-ray 3D certification | TweakTown.com


The certification ensures that PowerDVD is capable of delivering the full Blu-ray 3D experience on the PC without compromise; this including 3D content in menus, subtitles, BD-J interaction and Blu-ray video.

A "Mark 11" version of PowerDVD 10 is said to be coming out this summer which will allow consumers to add Blu-ray 3D playback and 3D to 3D video file conversion abilities to their system; this will be a free update for existing PowerDVD 10 Ultra owners.

The press release has full details on the new update here.

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