CyberLink Corp., the world’s leading consumer multimedia software company, today announced support for the latest standard in Digital Rights Management—SeeQVault. A technology developed by leading equipment manufacturers Panasonic, Sony, Samsung and Toshiba, SeeQVault enables the playback and transfer of HD/4K UHD content, whether purchased, rented or recorded, across in-home devices in a secure environment.

With SeeQVault users can record TV programs on their PVR, and then transfer them to a PC via USB or SD card for playback using a SeeQVault-supported media player. This helps to address a missing link in the current HD/4K UHD consumer entertainment ecosystem, allowing users to side-step current impediments to playback such as device capacity, data caps, broadband access and bandwidth restrictions, among others.

“Support for SeeQVault technology opens up a whole new spectrum of playback options for users who record DRM-protected content from their TVs,” said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. “SeeQVault not only moves large HD/4K UHD files from recording devices to PCs much more conveniently, but it does so in an extremely flexible and secure environment.”

Product Availability
CyberLink will initially offer SeeQVault support in media player solutions developed for OEM partners. For further information, please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.