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    News - Cyberlink leads the way with MediaEspresso 6

    Bids adieu to file conversion woes and puts your media within reach.
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    Re: News - Cyberlink leads the way with MediaEspresso 6

    Quote Originally Posted by HEXUS View Post
    Is it riddled with annoying adverts on dialogues like PowerDVD?

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    Re: News - Cyberlink leads the way with MediaEspresso 6

    Pity that Cyberlink don't spend their time on sorting out the problems with PowerDVD 10 before releasing yet another money maker

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    Re: News - Cyberlink leads the way with MediaEspresso 6

    Quote Originally Posted by The article
    Cyberlink's nifty TrueTheater Technology intuitively enhances video quality during the file conversion process
    Have you just copied and pasted their marketing babble?

    There are plenty of free programs which convert to specific devices already. Handbrake and AutoMKV to name 2. There are bound to be plenty of others.

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