PowerDVD Ultra supports Intel® GMA 3000 series integrated graphics chipsets (Press Release)

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CyberLink Corp. has announced Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD movie playback software PowerDVD Ultra now supports the high-definition playback and content protection technologies of Intel’s GMA 3000 series…

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Funny, it seems that the technology advancement in the last few years was not done with the consumer in mind but with the content provider. Too bad. I’ll make sure that my next PC will not have the GMA series chip.

It won’t make a difference. The cat is all ready out of the bag so to speak.

No surprise. Let’s see if it affects also domestic HD contents (camcorders are coming to the market at a fast path), seing it as not certified. Hope not, but…