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For $98.99 plus free shipping I received the full retail box version of Cyberlink PowerDVD 18 Ultra. Inside the retail box is a CD-ROM for easy installation on a Windows PC.

Installation of Cyberlink PowerDVD 18 Ultra was very easy. Cyberlink still calls this software PowerDVD, instead of using a name like Power Blu-ray (Corel for some reason does the same thing with its Blu-ray software by calling it WinDVD Pro instead of Win Blu-ray). Standalone Blu-ray players are always called Blu-ray players and sometimes called Blu-ray/DVD players on the retail box. There really is not that much difference between the 2018 PowerDVD 18 Ultra and the 2017 PowerDVD 17 Ultra software. There are several minor improvements with PowerDVD 18 Ultra and only one new feature for Blu-ray users. If one owns one of the rare flat panels or projectors with a 21:9 (2:35:1) aspect ratio, this years version of PowerDVD Ultra well intelligently adjust playback to make the image fill the screen without any letterboxing or black bars.

With PowerDVD 18 Ultra (also PowerDVD 17 Ultra offers this feature too), consumers can play the new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs on a Windows PC if they have the proper equipment. At the time of this post there is no other brand of computer software on the market that supports the playback of 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. I hope that one day Corel well one day release a software player that supports 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. Also support for HDR10 is included in PowerDVD 18 Ultra for those that have the latest desktop computer monitor with HDR10 technology (or for connection of a 4K Ultra HD projector or flat panel with HDR10). However, at this time PowerDVD 18 Ultra does not support Dolby Vision HDR technology, maybe a future software update might add Dolby Vision HDR or maybe consumers might have to wait until PowerDVD 19 Ultra is released in 2019 before they see Dolby Vision support. It is my understanding that because of the strict hardware security requirements that are in place a software decoding of Dolby Vision HDR is not allowed by the BDA on a PC, and instead consumers may need to wait until Intel releases a new CPU that offers hardware support for Dolby Vision HDR. In addition, most consumers well need to purchase a new desktop PC or Laptop (Notebook) computer with the strict hardware security requirements in order to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs with the required HDR10 format. When the standard 1080P Blu-ray format first came out back in 2006, all one needed to do was purchase a BD-ROM drive with proper software and own a display that had HDCP to watch Blu-ray movies on their computer. In addition, the same thing is true with PowerDVD 18 Ultra as long as one wants to play 2-D and 3D 1080P Blu-ray discs. However if one wants to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs, one cannot just purchase a 4K Ultra HD BD-ROM drive and a HDCP 2.2 computer monitor to watch the 4K movies. Instead of the BDA choosing a software security method that would work on older PC’s, instead they decided to go with a hardware security method that requires a special Intel SGX Technology on the motherboard and CPU. For example back in 2015 I purchased a high-end top of the line X99 motherboard with the world’s first HDCP 2.2 4K Ultra HD Desktop computer monitor, but since the X99 motherboard does not have the Intel SGX technology I cannot play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. To make matters worse the modern 2018 top of the line X299 motherboards lack the Intel SGX technology also. Therefore, if I wanted to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs on my PC, I would need to downgrade my motherboard to one that supports SGX technology. Hopefully one day the BDA and Intel well come out with a software security solution that would allow people with a very powerful X99 or X299 motherboard to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. If not then maybe one day a replacement for the X299 motherboard well occur that would offer Intel SGX hardware support.

Therefore, for all my testing with PowerDVD 18 Ultra I was limited to only standard Blu-ray discs, DVD discs, and audio CD’s. PowerDVD 18 Ultra also supports Blu-ray 3D if one owns a modern 3D projector or a discontinued 3D flat panel screen (Most Blu-ray 3D discs are locked by the studio and are not allowed to be converted to standard 2D). PowerDVD 18 Ultra is the new top of the line Windows PC software on the market when compared to everything else currently on the market. Testing the BD-LIVE feature with the unlimited storage capacity of a solid state drive, it is the best software to use with BD-LIVE for its speed. Playing Blu-ray discs, DVD discs, and audio CD’s was also flawless with the discs I tested (one minor frame rate issue with some 24Hz Blu-ray discs from some studios that a future software update might fix). When playing a 480i DVD disc, Power DVD Ultra would send a command to the graphics card on my PC to change the frame rate to 29Hz (30fps) and when the DVD disc was done the PC would return to 60Hz at 3840 x 2160P. When playing most native 1080p/24 Blu-ray discs, PowerDVD 18 Ultra properly outputted 23Hz (24fps) from the graphics card HDMI output to my desktop computer monitor and then automatically returned to 60Hz when the Blu-ray was stopped or ejected. However, with some studios on some movies there was an issue once and a while where PowerDVD 18 Ultra would keep the graphics card at 60Hz using 3:2 pulldown instead of changing the refresh rate on the graphics card to 23Hz (24fps). Perhaps a future software update well fix this issue so all native 1080p/24 Blu-ray discs are outputted at 24Hz 4K or 24Hz 1080P depending on the display that is connected. I am using a HDCP 2.2 4K Ultra HD desktop computer monitor.

The 32 times speed forward and other navigation features worked flawless. Like prior versions of PowerDVD Ultra, version 18 also shows the video and audio codec being used on the Blu-ray disc on the detailed information screen. However the advantages of standalone Blu-ray players like the OPPO UDP-203 is that it shows the source resolution and frame rate being used on the disc and the resolution and frame rate being sent to the HDMI port (PowerDVD 18 Ultra and all other Blu-ray software player programs for Windows PC’s lacks that detailed information that is found on the standalone OPPO UDP-203/UDP-205. With OPPO Digital INC now leaving the consumer home theater market and with no more OPPO Blu-ray disc players being made, hopefully one day Cyberlink well offer a PowerDVD 19 Ultra software next year that would show more detailed information of what is on the disc and what is being sent to the graphic cards HDMI output). In addition, the OPPO UDP-203 was the very first standalone Blu-ray player to support Dolby Vision HDR. Hopefully when intel gets new CPU’s that offer support for Dolby Vision HDR, hopefully the 2019 version of PowerDVD Ultra well support Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10+ (or if the BDA allows for a software solution for the optional HDR formats then a new Intel CPU well not be needed).



Overall, for those that own a desktop PC or Laptop (Notebook) with a BD-ROM drive, I highly recommend PowerDVD 18 Ultra since it’s the best of the best for Windows Blu-ray playback software. While at home in my free time I prefer a standalone 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player like the OPPO UDP-203 or the Sony UBP-X800 connected to a home theater system. But for casual Blu-ray watching from a desktop PC or when in a hotel room with a Laptop, PowerDVD 18 Ultra is nice to have for the best in picture and sound quality when compared to the lower quality streaming services.

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thanks for the review but are you able to confirm if powerdvd 18 is still multi region for BD playback (without external programs) like previous versions?





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Cyberlink PowerDVD 18 Ultra retail box with CD-ROM (brief user review)





For $98.99 plus free shipping I received the full retail box version of Cyberlink PowerDVD 18 Ultra. Inside the retail box is a CD-ROM for easy installation on a Windows PC.

Installation of Cyberlink PowerDVD 18 Ultra was very easy. Cyberlink still calls this software PowerDVD, instead of using a name like Power Blu-ray (Corel for some reason does the same thing with its Blu-ray software by calling it WinDVD Pro instead of Win Blu-ray). Standalone Blu-ray players are always called Blu-ray players and sometimes called Blu-ray/DVD players on the retail box. There really is not that much difference between the 2018 PowerDVD 18 Ultra and the 2017 PowerDVD 17 Ultra software. There are several minor improvements with PowerDVD 18 Ultra and only one new feature for Blu-ray users. If one owns one of the rare flat panels or projectors with a 21:9 (2:35:1) aspect ratio, this years version of PowerDVD Ultra well intelligently adjust playback to make the image fill the screen without any letterboxing or black bars.

With PowerDVD 18 Ultra (also PowerDVD 17 Ultra offers this feature too), consumers can play the new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs on a Windows PC if they have the proper equipment. At the time of this post there is no other brand of computer software on the market that supports the playback of 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. I hope that one day Corel well one day release a software player that supports 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. Also support for HDR10 is included in PowerDVD 18 Ultra for those that have the latest desktop computer monitor with HDR10 technology (or for connection of a 4K Ultra HD projector or flat panel with HDR10). However, at this time PowerDVD 18 Ultra does not support Dolby Vision HDR technology, maybe a future software update might add Dolby Vision HDR or maybe consumers might have to wait until PowerDVD 19 Ultra is released in 2019 before they see Dolby Vision support. It is my understanding that because of the strict hardware security requirements that are in place a software decoding of Dolby Vision HDR is not allowed by the BDA on a PC, and instead consumers may need to wait until Intel releases a new CPU that offers hardware support for Dolby Vision HDR. In addition, most consumers well need to purchase a new desktop PC or Laptop (Notebook) computer with the strict hardware security requirements in order to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs with the required HDR10 format. When the standard 1080P Blu-ray format first came out back in 2006, all one needed to do was purchase a BD-ROM drive with proper software and own a display that had HDCP to watch Blu-ray movies on their computer. In addition, the same thing is true with PowerDVD 18 Ultra as long as one wants to play 2-D and 3D 1080P Blu-ray discs. However if one wants to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs, one cannot just purchase a 4K Ultra HD BD-ROM drive and a HDCP 2.2 computer monitor to watch the 4K movies. Instead of the BDA choosing a software security method that would work on older PCs, instead they decided to go with a hardware security method that requires a special Intel SGX Technology on the motherboard and CPU. For example back in 2015 I purchased a high-end top of the line X99 motherboard with the worlds first HDCP 2.2 4K Ultra HD Desktop computer monitor, but since the X99 motherboard does not have the Intel SGX technology I cannot play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. To make matters worse the modern 2018 top of the line X299 motherboards lack the Intel SGX technology also. Therefore, if I wanted to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs on my PC, I would need to downgrade my motherboard to one that supports SGX technology. Hopefully one day the BDA and Intel well come out with a software security solution that would allow people with a very powerful X99 or X299 motherboard to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. If not then maybe one day a replacement for the X299 motherboard well occur that would offer Intel SGX hardware support.

Therefore, for all my testing with PowerDVD 18 Ultra I was limited to only standard Blu-ray discs, DVD discs, and audio CDs. PowerDVD 18 Ultra also supports Blu-ray 3D if one owns a modern 3D projector or a discontinued 3D flat panel screen (Most Blu-ray 3D discs are locked by the studio and are not allowed to be converted to standard 2D). PowerDVD 18 Ultra is the new top of the line Windows PC software on the market when compared to everything else currently on the market. Testing the BD-LIVE feature with the unlimited storage capacity of a solid state drive, it is the best software to use with BD-LIVE for its speed. Playing Blu-ray discs, DVD discs, and audio CDs was also flawless with the discs I tested (one minor frame rate issue with some 24Hz Blu-ray discs from some studios that a future software update might fix). When playing a 480i DVD disc, Power DVD Ultra would send a command to the graphics card on my PC to change the frame rate to 29Hz (30fps) and when the DVD disc was done the PC would return to 60Hz at 3840 x 2160P. When playing most native 1080p/24 Blu-ray discs, PowerDVD 18 Ultra properly outputted 23Hz (24fps) from the graphics card HDMI output to my desktop computer monitor and then automatically returned to 60Hz when the Blu-ray was stopped or ejected. However, with some studios on some movies there was an issue once and a while where PowerDVD 18 Ultra would keep the graphics card at 60Hz using 3:2 pulldown instead of changing the refresh rate on the graphics card to 23Hz (24fps). Perhaps a future software update well fix this issue so all native 1080p/24 Blu-ray discs are outputted at 24Hz 4K or 24Hz 1080P depending on the display that is connected. I am using a HDCP 2.2 4K Ultra HD desktop computer monitor.

The 32 times speed forward and other navigation features worked flawless. Like prior versions of PowerDVD Ultra, version 18 also shows the video and audio codec being used on the Blu-ray disc on the detailed information screen. However the advantages of standalone Blu-ray players like the OPPO UDP-203 is that it shows the source resolution and frame rate being used on the disc and the resolution and frame rate being sent to the HDMI port (PowerDVD 18 Ultra and all other Blu-ray software player programs for Windows PCs lacks that detailed information that is found on the standalone OPPO UDP-203/UDP-205. With OPPO Digital INC now leaving the consumer home theater market and with no more OPPO Blu-ray disc players being made, hopefully one day Cyberlink well offer a PowerDVD 19 Ultra software next year that would show more detailed information of what is on the disc and what is being sent to the graphic cards HDMI output). In addition, the OPPO UDP-203 was the very first standalone Blu-ray player to support Dolby Vision HDR. Hopefully when intel gets new CPUs that offer support for Dolby Vision HDR, hopefully the 2019 version of PowerDVD Ultra well support Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10+ (or if the BDA allows for a software solution for the optional HDR formats then a new Intel CPU well not be needed).



Overall, for those that own a desktop PC or Laptop (Notebook) with a BD-ROM drive, I highly recommend PowerDVD 18 Ultra since its the best of the best for Windows Blu-ray playback software. While at home in my free time I prefer a standalone 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player like the OPPO UDP-203 or the Sony UBP-X800 connected to a home theater system. But for casual Blu-ray watching from a desktop PC or when in a hotel room with a Laptop, PowerDVD 18 Ultra is nice to have for the best in picture and sound quality when compared to the lower quality streaming services.
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thanks for the review but are you able to confirm if powerdvd 18 is still multi region for BD playback (without external programs) like previous versions?
To my knowledge no PowerDVD release has permanent multi region capability.
I remember that I could change the region on PowerDVD 12 for five plays with my initial PowerDVD license purchase where the 5th region play became permanent.
Every upgrade: 13, 14 ,15, 16, 17, & PowerDVD 18 have maintained that Blu-ray region-lock.
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thanks for the review but are you able to confirm if powerdvd 18 is still multi region for BD playback (without external programs) like previous versions?

All versions of PowerDVD has always been region locked per the licensing agreements with the BDA. However while standalone Blu-ray players do not allow one to change the region code at all, when first purchasing a new BD-ROM drive with software, it is designed to allow one to change the region code up to 5 times before becoming locked. The reason for this is that only one model of BD-ROM drives are sold all around the world instead of making a different BD-ROM drive for each region of the world. That is why standalone Blu-ray players already have the lock in place since they are being manufactured locked for different regions of the world. Perhaps there is some third party software on the market that can make the BD-ROM region selectable, but that is not something that Cyberlink supports per their licensing agreement with the BDA.


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"How many times can I switch between Blu-ray movie region codes since the first time installing PowerDVD Ultra?

The limitation is set in accordance with the requirements specified by major film studios. PowerDVD Ultra will allow you to make 5 region code settings and then automatically locks on the region-code when you are running out the 5 times settings. Afterwards, you can only play Blu-ray titles in the same region-code setting or region-free Blu-ray discs."


https://www.cyberlink.com/support/pr...1&prodVerId=-1

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Cyberlink still calls this software PowerDVD, instead of using a name like Power Blu-ray (Corel for some reason does the same thing with its Blu-ray software by calling it WinDVD Pro instead of Win Blu-ray). Standalone Blu-ray players are always called Blu-ray players and sometimes called Blu-ray/DVD players on the retail box.
That is the same reason 20th Century Fox didn't change its name in 2001, AMC didn't change its name when it stopped airing movie classics, AT&T didn't change its name even though nobody uses telegraphs, etc. They kept their names for recognition purpose, which is worth more than having people laugh at them for using supposedly outdated names.
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However all companies that manufacture standalone Blu-ray players decided to change the name of the product from "DVD player" to "Blu-ray player". Its only the PC world where the name DVD stayed the same for Blu-ray players when the Blu-ray format launched in 2006.
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However all companies that manufacture standalone Blu-ray players decided to change the name of the product from "DVD player" to "Blu-ray player". Its only the PC world where the name DVD stayed the same for Blu-ray players when the Blu-ray format launched in 2006.
But "DVD player" to "Blu-ray player" are just generic names. PowerDVD, however, is a brand name, and no company changes its brand lightly. If another company had a NEW competing software Blu-ray player I'm sure it would be named as such. But that is not likely in this niche product category, as PowerDVD and WinDVD are still the only games in town after all these years.

If you want a brand change so badly, hope for a scandal in Cyberlink that involves PowerDVD the same way the the Harvey Weinstein scandal prompted the name change of the Weinstein Co.

Also, changing a brand name would involve changing logos, trademarks, graphics, advertisement, everything, and that could be expensive.

If a change from "PowerDVD" to "Power Blu-ray" occurred, the two names would actually co-exist in all the different versions of the software still in use, causing confusion.
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But "DVD player" to "Blu-ray player" are just generic names. PowerDVD, however, is a brand name, and no company changes its brand lightly. If another company had a NEW competing software Blu-ray player I'm sure it would be named as such. But that is not likely in this niche product category, as PowerDVD and WinDVD are still the only games in town after all these years.

If you want a brand change so badly, hope for a scandal in Cyberlink that involves PowerDVD the same way the the Harvey Weinstein scandal prompted the name change of the Weinstein Co.

Also, changing a brand name would involve changing logos, trademarks, graphics, advertisement, everything, and that could be expensive.

If a change from "PowerDVD" to "Power Blu-ray" occurred, the two names would actually co-exist in all the different versions of the software still in use, causing confusion.
Don't forget the Leawo Blu-ray Player , which I find is just as good as powerdvd
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Don't forget the Leawo Blu-ray Player , which I find is just as good as powerdvd
I wish I could agree. Blu-ray menu navigation is incredibly slow for me. It’s slow to the point of being unusable. No slowness to speak of with PowerDVD 18, WinDVD or TMT.

And honestly, AnyDVD HD is worth its weight in gold. Region coding, user prohibited operations and all the other garbage that stands in the way of the feature presentation need not apply.

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Don't forget the Leawo Blu-ray Player , which I find is just as good as powerdvd
There are only two software BD players worth having and they are PowerDVD and WinDVD. They fully support the BD standards because they are actually licensed to do so, whereas other cockamamie software players like Leawo aren't. Players like Leawo create FAKE MENUS, which give you limited access to all the disc content, some also don't let you see supplements. If there are multiple parts or episodes, these players only let you see the FIRST ONE. I've seen users of these players who had no idea they had been looking at fake menus all that time and too dumb to notice the missing content.
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PowerDVD 18 Ultra is currently the best PC based Blu-ray player on the market and the only one that plays native 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. Corel WinDVD Pro 12 is the second best PC based Blu-ray player on the market, and I use it as a backup player in the rare case that a certain new release title does not work on PowerDVD 18 Ultra. Corel does need to release WinDVD Pro 13 with support for native 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs so that certain select consumers well be able to play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs on their PC (that is if they have a PC that meets the very strict security hardware requirements to play native 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs).

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I see the download only version of PowerDVD 19 Ultra has been released. Personally I am going to wait until the full retail box version comes out with a printed manual (or PDF manual on the CD-ROM) and a CD-ROM installation disc.


PowerDVD 19 Ultra plays native 8K video files that one downloads from online. There is no 8K optical disc technology on the market and that might not happen until sometime around the year 2026 (and maybe never).


It appears PowerDVD 19 Ultra still only handles HDR10 and no HDR10+ or Dolby Vision HDR support. Therefore standalone 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray players are the best way to watch 4K Blu-ray discs since some standalone Blu-ray players play Dolby Vision HDR, and HDR10+ encoded 4K Blu-ray discs. Plus a standalone Blu-ray player is a lot more simpler to use.


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I wish TotalMediaTheatre had stayed in the game. Their software was great!!
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