In your living room, at your desk, or on the road, this uses the power of your PC to bring DVDs to life.
It combines the best picture and sound with advanced features only possible on a PC.
Time stretching lets you watch movies faster with natural audio. You can see thumbnail bookmarks to quickly find your favorite scene. It has a fully adjustable zoom and pan. It has comprehensive audio support including Dolby Digital decoding for 2 to 5.1 channels, Dolby headphone surround for personal or on-the-road viewing, S/PDIF digital outputs for home theater integration, and optional DTS decoding.
The demo is limited to 5 minutes of consecutive play.
- Microsoft DirectX 7.0 or higher or Microsoft DirectX Media 6 or greater
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