DVD-burning software company Cyberlink has become the first in the world to receive Blu-ray 3D certification, allowing it to update its software to let users create their own 3D HD video products.
The update will come to PowerDVD 10, which was released last month. It will be a free software patch to people who have purchased the program.
"We are fully committed to leading the way with support for all of the latest 3D formats and display technologies on the PC. We are excited that PowerDVD is the first software player to be Blu-ray 3D certified, and we look forward to enabling this amazing home theater experience for all of our customers," said Cyberlink CEO Alice Chang.
The software actually takes any video file and adds a 3D rendering to the content, which can be viewed on any compatible 3D TV set or computer monitor. So users will even be able to turn their existing movies into 3D movies.
The PowerDVD 10 update, "Mark II," will be available this summer.
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