Corel LinDVD Now Supports Ultra-Mobile PCs

Posted by at 2:29 pm on September 18, 2008

Corel Corporation announced that Corel LinDVD now supports ultra-mobile PCs (UMPCs) and mobile internet devices (MIDs), as well as streaming media and a wider range of standard and high-definition video and audio encoding standards. LinDVD is the Linux playback software based on the same industry-leading video technologies that underlie Corel WinDVD.

“Corel has made a strong commitment to the Linux community, providing LinDVD as a true universal media solution for MIDs, as well as a robust video and disc playback software for traditional Linux-based PCs and UMPCs,” said James Carrington, Senior Director, OEM and Strategic Product Marketing, Digital Media at Corel. “With support for products on the market today and those that will be introduced in the future, LinDVD offers unmatched video and audio quality, delivering an easy-to-use, full-featured playback solution for Linux users. Linux-based UMPCs and MIDs can now provide users the ability to watch streaming video and movies on-the-go, making it easier to create their own digital lifestyle – all with LinDVD.”

LinDVD with support for UMPCs and MIDs is available starting today to OEMs worldwide.  Earlier releases of LinDVD are currently shipped on certain Dell PCs featuring Ubuntu, a Linux-based operating system and the Linux-based ASUS Eee PC.

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