CyberLink has launched CyberLink PowerDVD 15, a worthwhile update of it’s do-everything media player for Windows Vista and later.
CyberLink’s playback-improving TrueTheater technologies are smarter than ever. TrueTheater Color enhances hue and vibrancy but leaves skin tones alone, while TrueTheater Sound amplifies vocal range audio for crisper, clearer speech.
The new Video Scene Selector allows you to mark in and out points on a video, then bookmark those scenes for easy access later.
There’s more convenient viewing of videos and image galleries in general, as PowerDVD 15 can now – at last – resume playback where you left off last time.
The program continues to add extras beyond its playing abilities, this time gaining a CD ripper and batch audio file tag editing.
The high-end PowerDVD 15 Ultra ($99.95) edition now provides 20GB of cloud storage for your media, up from 10GB last time.
If that’s too expensive for you, PowerDVD 15 Pro ($79.95) saves money by dropping DLNA, 3D support and cloud storage, amongst others, and the baseline PowerDVD 15 Standard ($59.95) loses Blu-ray playback, has reduced audio format support and limited social media options.
A trial of CyberLink PowerDVD 15 Ultra is available now for Windows Vista and later.