CyberLink Corp., a provider of innovative media creativity solutions, today announced a new update to PowerDVD 13—its market-leading media player for Blu-ray, 3D & HD video—that adds support for Miracast, enabling wireless delivery of high definition video and Blu-ray movies to certified devices.

Miracast, a wireless standard that enables streaming of video between computing devices, is natively supported in the recently released Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 operating system. Today’s update to PowerDVD 13 lets users running PowerDVD on a Windows 8.1 system to wirelessly stream the highest quality video (including protected premium content) from PC to compatible Wi-Fi Direct devices such as TVs, phones and tablets.

“With high-bandwidth connections becoming more common, consumers are searching for convenient ways to seamlessly stream and share high-quality video within their home networks.” said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. “Support for Miracast in PowerDVD not only offers our customers more options for enjoying their media across all their devices, but also provides them with the unique experience of being able to stream Blu-ray content wirelessly to expand their viewing choices.”

About PowerDVD
PowerDVD is the world’s preeminent movie and media player with over 100 million copies shipped annually and is a multi-time winner of PC Magazine’s Editors’ Choice Award. PowerDVD supports all popular video, audio, photo and music formats from disc or file, including new AVCHD 2.0, lossless APE audio, 4K video and MKV files.

Product Availability
PowerDVD 13 is available today from the CyberLink online store in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese, Korean, Russian and Portuguese.

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