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PowerDVD 6 - Now does DVD-Audio - but how?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by drummerjohn, Nov 9, 2004.

  1. drummerjohn

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    As title really. Cyberlinks website as always doesnt tell you much.

    The trial version wont do DVDAudio - so how will I know if it works form me?

    Any ideas people?
     
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    Same with TheaterTek .. it's the moronic license conditions the owners of DVD-A force upon software which uses their decoders.

    I'm sure someone will find a way round .. you do use Usenet, don't you. ;)
     
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    MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-2 HD, WMV, WMV-HD, MP3, WAV, DivX Pro, or H.264

    not bad :thumbsup:

    Does it do bass management though?
     
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    TheaterTek 2 is also a general player now and can also play .TS streams. Hopefully PDVD6 will be more complete and working than TheaterTek 2 is at present .. though since TT comes with the NVidia decoders, unless Cyberlink have made serious improvements in their MPEG decoder then TT will still produce the better PQ on large screens.
     

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