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I recently saw a comment on the official channel of the Youtube program, that the company's technicians were informed of this new demand, because 4k disc recorders are becoming popular, the media too, many people have a 4k camcorder and a desire has arisen. by retro, to have media recorded in 4k. On the market today, there is no 4k Ultra hd media authoring software, Power2go 13 has only one competitor, DvdFab 12.
I don't know how cyberlink will make this feature available in this latest version, Power2go 13. Or will it be in the next versions.
But here's the tip to get ahead, because the physical 4k ultra hd is already a reality, it has the videos to be edited, it has the 4k recorders, it has the media player in 4k, the only thing missing is the program to author the professional way, with menus, in the standard that cyberlink has to deliver to its customers.
Let's stay in the crowd.
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Quote I recently saw a comment on the official channel of the Youtube program, that the company's technicians were informed of this new demand, because 4k disc recorders are becoming popular, the media too, many people have a 4k camcorder and a desire has arisen. by retro, to have media recorded in 4k. On the market today, there is no 4k Ultra hd media authoring software, Power2go 13 has only one competitor, DvdFab 12.
I don't know how cyberlink will make this feature available in this latest version, Power2go 13. Or will it be in the next versions.
But here's the tip to get ahead, because the physical 4k ultra hd is already a reality, it has the videos to be edited, it has the 4k recorders, it has the media player in 4k, the only thing missing is the program to author the professional way, with menus, in the standard that cyberlink has to deliver to its customers.
Let's stay in the crowd.


It's not only about software.
I don't see any disc drives on the market that claim to support UHDBD burning, how does it work?
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