PowerDVD 10 Ultra is available now from the company’s website for $100 U.S. The Mark II upgrade which enables 3D playback will be available this summer as a free upgrade for those who already purchased PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D.
I have V8 which came with my Blu-ray drive so I have nothing invested at this point.. I frankly haven't used it much so I can speak with little experience. I assume other software will be 3D approved in the next little while so I don't have to buy PDVD but I would like the 3D capability.
I have PDVD10 and TMT3 running just fine on WMC7.
With the 3D upgrade, will I need a 3D TV or does the software take care of all that?
I JUST dropped some $$$ on a new Panny TCP54V10 and don't plan any upgrades for quite a while now, she's a beauty!
PDVD is OK for most things but it has enough annoying features that I'm purging it from my PC.
The District 9 issue was the last straw for me. The issue with D9 is that PDVD does not recognize the file structure on the BD. After much back and forth with Cyberlink they would not admit to a problem and kept pointing at other things as the cause.
PowerDVD 9 Version 9.0.2528-51. BD-Live is enabled, HW aceleration too, ATI card. No AnyDVD.
OS is Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. BD Drive is Sony BWU-100A.
On the first play, when I got to the dialog screen with the human and alien signs, I chose the alien, which wasn't selected by default I don't think it mattered, though, because the next time I chose the human sign, and it was still OK.