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Friday, September 21, 2007
CyberLink PowerProducer Receives Rewritable Blu-ray Disc "BD-RE 3.0" Authoring and Burning Logo Verification


CyberLink announced today that CyberLink PowerProducer?the disc authoring software?has been verified by the Blu-ray Disc Testing Center to support disc authoring of rewritable Blu-ray disc BD-RE 3.0 (BDMV format on BD-RE).

PowerProducer had been logo verified Blu-ray Disc Testing Center to support BD-RE 2.0 (BDAV format on BD-R) last year.



PowerProducer 4 offers the following key features:

- Capture videos from high-definition camcorders
- Straight-forward interface to author discs with interactive menus
- Support Blu-ray disc authoring and burning
- Support widescreen (16:9) videos and Dolby digital
- Includes PowerDirector Express to edit videos with its Magic Editing tools

CyberLink offers a complete line of software for Blu-ray disc, ranging from high-definition video playback, editing hi-def videos and media burning onto Blu-rays disc.


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