CyberLink Corp. demonstrated the burning and playback of video content on Blu-ray Rewritable (BD-RE) discs.
CyberLink showcased its support at the Blu-ray Disc Association's member seminar and information meeting in Tokyo, Japan, using CyberLink Power2Go to burn video content onto a BD-RE disc. Attendees were then shown playback via CyberLink's PowerDVD and a Blu-ray drive featuring MediaTek's chipset technology.
"CyberLink's successful demonstration of BD video authoring and playback via a MediaTek solution illustrates the extent to which both companies are taking the lead in delivering High-Definition video solutions," said Mr. Alex Chen, Director of Sales and Marketing Division, MediaTek Inc.
Last month CyberLink demonstrated navigation of BD-RE video content at a seminar in the US, providing a glimpse of the image quality and creative potential for home-movie entertainment. Blu-Ray discs will be available in read-only (BD-ROM), rewritable (BD-RE) and recordable (BD-R) formats.