A quick note for folks that would like to play 3D Blu-ray movies on their computer. Taiwan based Cyberlink Corp announced today that PowerDVD Mark II edition is now available.
With the latest version, consumers with PowerDVD 10 Mark II software and 3D capable personal computers will be available to watch 3D movies on their computers when they become available.
PowerDVD 10 Ultra is available now from the company's website for $100 U.S. The Mark II upgrade is free for those who already purchased PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D.
Computer users looking for software alternatives to Power DVD, which has had some Blu-ray playback issues recently, may also want to investigate Corel's WinDVD and Arcsoft's TotalMedia Theatre 3 Platinum
Discuss in Digital Home's Home Theatre Personal Computer (HTPC) forum .
-- Hugh Thompson Digital Blog