How can I order CyberLink's products without using a credit card? What can I Everything you need to know to enjoy 3D playback experience in PowerDVD Upgrade to POWERDVD Ultra 10 3D - carnt install as current version is not option to the latest version of Ultra 10 3D, which i paid for and downloaded. Do i xcell my credit card order or try to get an answer from someone? Jul 6, - TW) is pleased to announce PowerDVD 10 ULTRA 3D Mark II release to the “CyberLink PowerDVD 10 Mark II adds a new dimension to Blu-ray,” said Alice providers, optical drive manufacturers and graphic-card ewegut.meg: Paid credit.
You're having a laugh. And you can bet some people will pay it too, particularly audio-visual enthusiasts. AV fans, lest we forget, would happily spend hundreds of pounds on an oxygen-free, organic copper, hand crafted single-direction cable and claim it heralded a new age of enlightenment. Us mortals with human senses and inhuman bank managers can only look on and wonder. Those cables are probably poppycock, but could 3D be the real deal — an actual revolution?
If you've not got a king's ransom to spend but want to find out for yourself, don't fret — Cyberlink PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D could be the answer. It aims to transform your DVDs into an all-out 3D experience. Before we get to the caveats, let's have some fun. Cyberlink claims it can transform or upscale video in almost any digital format and turn it into just about any type of 3D movie. All you do is insert a DVD, click the interface's '3D' button, select the depth of field you'd like and choose your display system: TrueTheater 3D will do the rest.
The results are, as you'd expect, variable. Take a rough old 2D movie we tried a Rolling Stones concert and things go wrong: But give the system an old 3D movie that demands red-and-blue glasses, wait for it to do its work and then don a pair of Nvidia's 3D glasses, and the results are more convincing. Finally, when Blu-ray 3D arrives, Cyberlink will offer a free patch and you'll be able to watch the latest generation of digital 3D movies at home.
With this grade of source material you'll experience 3D as it's intended to be seen by the movie director. Now those caveats. First, don't expect PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D to transform a tired old Pentium 3 into a home entertainment system that will make you spill your popcorn. For 3D playback you'll also need a 3D display and some 3D glasses.
There's one final problem: Following a demo of PowerDVD 10 on the best kit available, some of our team experienced terrible eyestrain and headaches. Many people are concerned about 3DTV and headaches join the debate on our website , so before splashing out on the equipment you need to see 3D, give it a good long try in person. With some aspirin. Fans of PowerDVD 9's brilliant movie upscaling system will be heartened to know that Cyberlink has improved it further.
This feature does a splendid job of converting standard-definition video into something that looks distinctly HD. It's not perfect, but the difference is notable, especially when the two videos are viewed side by side.
If you're keen to experience 3D, this latest PowerDVD certainly offers a much cheaper route than buying a 3DTV, even when you factor in the hardware requirements. Follow TechRadar Reviews on Twitter: No spam, we promise. You can unsubscribe at any time and we'll never share your details without your permission. Most Popular.
Cyberlink Technologies PowerDVD 10 Ultra -- the best DVD/Blu-ray player available -- now supports 3D, and is easier than ever to use. CyberLink's PowerDVD 10 Ultra, the most powerful and stable DVD and Blu-ray movie player available, offers an array of new features in the new version. The biggest /5. May 11, · Cyberlink Support Question CS Upgrade to POWERDVD Ultra 10 3D - carnt install as current version is not 8 or higher. I submitted an online support question 7 days ago and had a auto response back 21 Mar 11 saying that an answer would follow. 7 days later no reply. Apr 25, · If you've not got a king's ransom to spend but want to find out for yourself, don't fret – Cyberlink PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D could be the answer. It aims to transform your DVDs into an all-out 3D 4/5.
Ounce the file is unpacked click on the folder sp and look for the SetUp Application file of KB to begin the installation. I have an old copy of Power8 and 10, I also get the same update messages. I just close the box by clicking on the "X" in the upper right hand corner and I then can play my movie. Have you tried that? Turn your WiFi off before playing a movie and close the update message by clicking on the "X" as described above.
I believe that Cybelink puts these messages out there to get you to buy their newer versions, but I have no proof of this. I will reinstall Power8 on one of my machines, try one of your movies and see if it will play. I'll report back later. Or even better, just to simply be able to enter a purchased product key to unlock the trial.
I am going to check out DVD12 this weekend and see how it goes regardless. I couldn't figure out how to attach a screen shot, but if you open the attachment, it's there. Open up "My computer". Right click your DVD drive. Drag down to "Properties" and click "Properties". In the Properties menu click the "AutoPlay" tab. Click the dropdown menu and select the filetype that you want to change the action of. This time please choose "DVD movie".
Under actions select either "Select an action to perform" or "Prompt me each time to choose an action". If you chose "Select an action to perform" select what action you want to perform. This time please choose "Take no action". Click Apply or OK. If you chose "Prompt me each time to choose an action" the next time you insert a CD or DVD with that type it will ask you what you want to do.
This assumes you're running Windows 7: Go to the control panel and find "Auto Play", you may have to choose "Icon View" to find it in the upper right hand corner. In auto play look for all CD and DVD's in the left column what ever applies and in the drop down box next to them choose to do nothing or what ever setting you want. With me it causes jerky play back right from the start. I reinstalled the OS and ran all Microsoft updates as well as the optional ones, I am also running Microsoft Security Essentials, which I found had to be disabled.
MSE caused jerky playback when it was running. The problem with the jerky playback still persists, although it's very little, only happening about every ten minutes or so and each duration is very short. If it wasn't for my frame interpolation feature, I probably wouldn't notice it. Here is the interesting part, when I change the refresh rate from It happens more frequently at 24 Hz, but the duration is even shorter.
I believe that this is the best I can expect as I have exhausted all the possibilities that I think can cause this problem. Also note that I disconnected from the internet while all this is going on. I would expect a computer based Blu-ray player to at least perform as well as my stand-alone player and changing the refresh rate that effects the jerkiness proves that there still needs to be some work done on Power DVD Hopefully DVD 12 will work perfectly Notice I didn't say nothing to do withe Cyberlink.
Power DVD11 and possibly any other Blu-ray playing software is affected by background tasks, whether it be from any given anti virus program, Windows update security or otherwise. Trying to find what application that is affecting playback is impossible since it's so random and in my case very short, only lasting a few seconds. Even when I have the task manager open it shows nothing when the "jerkiness" happens.
The processor is barley working even when a Blu-ray is playing, showing less the. So even though this is not really a solution, it's not totally Cyberlink's fault.
The question is, why can't Cyberlink Digital River design a player that is not so easily effected by back ground tasks???
I am running W7 right now with as many Windows applications shut off as possible. The problem with that is, that even when they appear to be disabled in the task manager under "Services" Windows still keeps throwing messages in the background that these things are disabled. These massages also appear to affect playback. The jerky play back was quite severe, simply uninstalling the first Visual package solved this problem. I am at the point now where it plays rather well with about 5 seconds of jerkiness every 10 to 20 minutes.
Thanks for the answer, I am still trying to figure that out, no time to watch anything until Friday. It has been suggested on another thread to disable NAS process?? Here are his instructions: I've seen network monitor apps for things like multiple drive data syncing that run in 20 minute intervals interrupting data throughput. They could be disabled directly from the NAS control panel rather than in Windows on the local system. Move a copy of the rip to the local hard drive, physically unplug the test system from the network, and see if the 20 minute crazy persists.
And another members explanation of what NAS stands for: I am still fighting with mine, I got it to the point where it will play real well for about 20 minutes. It then starts to get jerky for less then a minute and then is fine for another 20 minutes. The only thing I can suggest is to keep at Cyberlink or if you paid with a credit card, they can force Cyberlink to return your money.
You have to provide a paper trail to the credit card company to prove that you have no working product. Take a screen shot of that and make copies of all the on line receipts etc, showing them you have paid. I am sure someone from Cyberlink will see this thread and give you satisfaction.
BD movies are so choppy they are un-watchable. I have already looked for known issues on the "Must Have Read" Thread. I have tried changing all settings, have Windows Aero set to disable with BD playback. TrueTheater features are un-checked. Thanks in advance for assistance. If anyone else experiencing this has not already done so, try reinstalling your display adapter drivers.
In the advanced settings it gives you a chance to do a clean install where it automatically uninstalls things first.
Of course the other way is to simply ininstall it from "Programs and Features". Is it not functioning properly or you didn't get a download e-mail and you have nothing for your money? If you paid with VISA all you have to prove is that you have nothing and they will return your money, but Cyberlink Digital River is a reputable company and you should not have any problem with them.
If you bought it through a third party vendor, then you may have gotten scammed. If you used pay-pal outside of ebay then you're screwed.