PowerDVD has come a long way since its origins, when you needed such software to play DVDs on a Windows PC. These days it's Blu-ray playback that doesn't come as standard, and so PowerBlu-ray may be a better, if somewhat clunky title. The two big new features for Blu-ray playback are support for DTS-HD 7.1 soundtracks and the ability to apply 3D upscaling to Blu-ray discs. We've seen the latter applied to DVDs and other video files before, and can't say we've been terribly impressed. Sometimes it works quite well, but it's inconsistent and this makes it very tiring to watch as your eyes struggle to make sense of what is often nonsensical. If you like to watch pick-and-mix favourite scenes from movies, something that PowerDVD encourages with its bookmarking and sharing features, then there's fun to be had here - but we doubt many will get through a whole movie using it.


System Requirements :
- Windows XP SP3, Vista, or 7 (x86/x64)
- Pentium 4 Processor 3,2 Ghz or Higher (for Common Format)
- Core 2 Duo Processor 2,6 Ghz or Higher (for 3D Bluray HD)
- 1 GB RAM (XP) or 2 GB RAM (Vista, 7)
- VGA : Intel G45, AMD Radeon HD2400, NVIDIA GeForce 8600GT or above

Download :
Download | Cyberlink PowerDVD 12 Ultra incl. Patch - (113 MB)
Download | Patch Only - (40 KB)
Password : www.dytoshare.us

# What's the difference from the previous version? Are there any new features?
# The answer CHECK HERE

Important tips:
For those who are disturbed by PopUp 'Cyberlink Product Registration' which appears when the program starts, you can remove the PopUp in the following manner:
- Open the installation folder (eg C: \ Program Files \ CyberLink \ PowerDVD12)
- Rename Folder 'OLRSubmission' to 'Submission' (without quotes)
- Try running PowerDVD 12. Enjoy ...


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