CyberLink Supports UDF 2.5/2.6 Formats For Blu-ray and HD DVD next generation of disc formats.

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    CyberLink Supports UDF 2.5/2.6 Formats For Blu-ray and HD DVD next
    generation of disc formats (July 15,2005)

    CyberLink Corp., a leading developer in providing integrated solutions
    for the Digital Home, announced today support for the Universal Disc
    Format 2.5 and 2.6 (UDF), the burning standard for the next generation
    of disc formats Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD respectively.

    The Blu-ray Disc format has selected UDF 2.5 as the primary file
    system standard for burning data or videos onto discs, while the HD
    DVD format has chosen the comparable UDF 2.6 format. CyberLink’s
    burning applications Power2Go and InstantBurn support discs using the
    aforementioned UDF formats, ensuring disc writing and playback
    compatibility between PCs and CE devices.

    "As the total entertainment solutions leader for playback and burning
    technology, CyberLink relies on foresight and expertise to rapidly
    develop, adopt, and support Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD standards such as
    UDF 2.5 and 2.6," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. “We
    understand the crucial speed and rapid adoption of technology in
    today’s IT industry and are up to the challenge of keeping our OEM
    partners ahead of the game.”

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    Allan, Jul 15, 2005
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