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PowerDVD 16 on sale at Cyberlink for £44.99

£44.99 @ Cyberlink Power DVD
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#1
;) good deal
3 Likes #2
vlc free and good enough of a media player, really not a point to trying to promote worthless unneeded software,
2 Likes #3
Doesn't do anything free programs can't do.
#4
I agree that people should look into free options, but it's not about whether there are good alternatives, it's about whether this is a good deal for this particular thing or not. Otherwise, threads would be awash in people suggesting alternatives.
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adriankobsin
;) good deal

You waited a year to make your first comment - and its that? :{
3 Likes #6
OMG, finally somebody has managed to go back in time for a deal, and brought back powerdvd from the earlier naughties ;)
#7
WG47
I agree that people should look into free options, but it's not about whether there are good alternatives, it's about whether this is a good deal for this particular thing or not. Otherwise, threads would be awash in people suggesting alternatives.

They generally are a wash with alternatives, if someone wants this specific prgoram im sure this is a good deal, if someone wants the features offered by this program then this isnt a good deal. Its good however anyone looking at this is aware of other possibility, especially if cheaper.

Edited By: catbeans on Sep 07, 2016 15:08
1 Like #8
For most things there are better free alternatives out there, except for Blu Rays on Windows 10.

If you're building your own system then you pretty much have to shell out for something if you want consitent/universal/problem-free playback for BRs (unless you happen to get some half-decent free bundled software).

Although I believe you need the Pro or Ultra versions of PowerDVD for BR support and this deal is for the Ultra version.

Edited By: jamesakabob on Sep 07, 2016 15:29
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adriankobsin
;) good deal
You waited a year to make your first comment - and its that? :{
You made 4304 posts and THAT was your 4305th? What a waste of milestone
1 Like #10
jaylovesit
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adriankobsin
;) good deal
You waited a year to make your first comment - and its that? :{
You made 4304 posts and THAT was your 4305th? What a waste of milestone

You've now made 2 posts and THAT was your second? That's 100% of your total posts all on this thread! :p
#11
Does it support Atmos & DTS X yet? ​
1 Like #12
jamesakabob
jaylovesit
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adriankobsin
;) good deal
You waited a year to make your first comment - and its that? :{
You made 4304 posts and THAT was your 4305th? What a waste of milestone
You've now made 2 posts and THAT was your second? That's 100% of your total posts all on this thread! :p
That was your 100th. Now THAT was a waste of a milestone. Wouldn't that be 50%? Well 66.66% now
#13
bouncy99
OMG, finally somebody has managed to go back in time for a deal, and brought back powerdvd from the earlier naughties ;)
Novatech still knock out some ancient version at £1.81, although obviously v16 at £44.99 is 23.8 times better.
http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/software/videoandaudio/pow-dvd.html
#14
wow PowerDVD...didn't even know it was still around. Also £45 for a software blu-ray player? Seems excessive.
2 Likes #15
Trying to decide between this and WinRAR... any suggestions?
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BetaRomeo
Trying to decide between this and WinRAR... any suggestions?

7zip is excellent and free
1 Like #17
Try playing Blu-rays on vlc or equivalent programs. Not possible. Software like this is annoyingly required.
#18
AndyRoyd
bouncy99
OMG, finally somebody has managed to go back in time for a deal, and brought back powerdvd from the earlier naughties ;)
Novatech still knock out some ancient version at £1.81, although obviously v16 at £44.99 is 23.8 times better.
http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/software/videoandaudio/pow-dvd.html


Thanks. They only had one in stock stock which I bought. ​
banned#19
sam_of_london
AndyRoyd
bouncy99
OMG, finally somebody has managed to go back in time for a deal, and brought back powerdvd from the earlier naughties ;)
Novatech still knock out some ancient version at £1.81, although obviously v16 at £44.99 is 23.8 times better.
http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/software/videoandaudio/pow-dvd.html


Thanks. They only had one in stock stock which I bought. ​



Ye but your not going to be able to upgrade that version so good look running anything on it
banned#20
jallsey
Does it support Atmos & DTS X yet? ​



Isn't that down to your amp? I run powerdvd for Blu-ray playback and have just set it to send unadulterated audio for my amp to deal with
#21
woqkaie
vlc free and good enough of a media player, really not a point to trying to promote worthless unneeded software,
Not convinced VLC can decrypt bluray without purchasing / obtaining additional software (possibly similar to this although I haven't tried it), but I would tend to agree with your sentiment.
#22
AndyRoyd
bouncy99
OMG, finally somebody has managed to go back in time for a deal, and brought back powerdvd from the earlier naughties ;)
Novatech still knock out some ancient version at £1.81, although obviously v16 at £44.99 is 23.8 times better.
http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/software/videoandaudio/pow-dvd.html
sam_of_london
Thanks. They only had one in stock stock which I bought. ​
That's a brave purchase considering the restricted featureset of such an ancient version, but regardless: I shall be contacting Novatech to acquire my affiliate commission.
#23
Thanks for the advice. Most times they offer free or cheap upgrades. These products are required as said above. Windows & Intel support for multimedia / blue ray is so crap. To think about 4k in a windows computer is like getting an elephant pass through a needle hole. So software solutions like this will always needed.
#24
10% with 10POFF
#25
AndyRoyd
woqkaie
vlc free and good enough of a media player, really not a point to trying to promote worthless unneeded software,
Not convinced VLC can decrypt bluray without purchasing / obtaining additional software (possibly similar to this although I haven't tried it), but I would tend to agree with your sentiment.
you can get a free library for that :)
1 Like #26
what's a dvd?
#27
They should really rename PowerDVD to Power Media Player

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