PowerDVD Ultra 2017 (with extras) only £24.49 (with code) @ Cyberlink Power DVD
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PowerDVD Ultra 2017 (with extras) only £24.49 (with code) @ Cyberlink Power DVD

£24.49£34.9930%Cyberlink Power DVD Deals
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Found 9th Apr
If you need some decent software to play Blu Rays, unfortunately your options are limited. This is pretty cheap for PowerDVD and is valid until April 12th.

The core price is £34.99 but if you use the code 'EXTRA30P' it will take an additional £10 off. Makes it a pretty reasonable price.
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Very laggy program, came with my computer.
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Appybuilder2 m ago

Very laggy program, came with my computer.


It's not perfect but there don't seem to be a wide variety of options to play blu-rays easily on PC's. Hopefully that will improve at some point!
Lol this is still around?
Code works for PowerDirector Ultra 16 too - £39.19 instead of £55

Thanks OP
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russell1668839 m ago

It's not perfect but there don't seem to be a wide variety of options to …It's not perfect but there don't seem to be a wide variety of options to play blu-rays easily on PC's. Hopefully that will improve at some point!


Fare enough
russell166881 h, 16 m ago

It's not perfect but there don't seem to be a wide variety of options to …It's not perfect but there don't seem to be a wide variety of options to play blu-rays easily on PC's. Hopefully that will improve at some point!


No disrespect but if they haven't improved in over 10 years.... i cannot see them managing it now !
With the speed of new processors and the power of GPU's nowadays if software manufacturers have not managed to sort the problems out by now they never will.
And with the new generation of 4K films available, if they cannot get Bluray to play error free then they have no chance with 4K media
Good price but I seriously dislike the newer versions of Power DVD, its gone all millennial and forgot it needs to function sometimes. A great example is the border raising and hiding blu ray menus, its retarded in a way even MS Office doesnt match.
Plus of course the farce that is DRM. Im on PDVD 2016 and id say 25% of blu rays wont play on it.
Im starting to rant so ill continue, the whole joke of watching high bitrate content on a PC is turning me into a very miserable person.
Keep a disc player handy. Or just stream low bitrate content from a 0.005mips smart telly.

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jameshothothot1 h, 15 m ago

Lol this is still around?


My thoughts exactly. I’m sure I bought the ‘suite’ about 20 years ago with new viglen pentium 75mhz!
hotyoda6 h, 47 m ago

My thoughts exactly. I’m sure I bought the ‘suite’ about 20 years ago with …My thoughts exactly. I’m sure I bought the ‘suite’ about 20 years ago with new viglen pentium 75mhz!


Mr too! I gpt my sister a dvd player for her computer way back! I also got a portable bluebray drive for my pc. There was a program that would rip them but then that stopped working but there was a linux program that worked. In the world of codecs I did find power dvd which was bundled with an alienware laptop I had worked best for surround sound when vlc and media plauer classic home cinema did not. I would have thought built in windows player would handle the surround sound now? Maybe not if this is still going?
I use the Leawo Blu-ray player. It's basic (eg. no resume from last position and limited menu support) but it gets the job done best of all it is free.
Edited by: "fablanta" 10th Apr
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