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MissingRemote on EngadgetHD

Title says it all.

Missing Remote is up on EngadgetHD.

BTW what happened to the news submit button? Or am I just overlooking it?

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Log Back out and log back in, its on the upper right hand side.

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Roger that the link is back.

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Mast3rL33 wrote:
BTW what happened to the news submit button? Or am I just overlooking it?

Ahh... so it's not just me.  I was looking everywhere.  I finally found the little text link at the very bottom of the pages.

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I'm surprised at the excitement over Cyberlink's "announcement". They're basically doing finally what Arcsoft has been doing (WITH HD-DVD support) since Vista, but now for Win7.

Did you guys watch the video? Like 1 full minute before the movie even started!!!

Mike Garcen (shadymg) MissingRemote Editor-in-Chief Windows Entertainment and Connected Home MVP (formerly Media Center MVP) Twitter @mikegarcen MissingRemote on Facebook

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I just took the time to watch that video and was wondering when the heck I was going to see something.  1:20 is how long before those chopsticks came on.  I assume that long intro won't be there for the final product.  I mean, do they really expect people to watch that "PowerDVD" intro every time?  I don't think so.  That was just for CES and to show off their company name and I totally understand that.  But, besides that, all my movies are being ripped to the HD anyway without all the "fluff".

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And lots of lag during the movie as well. But I never expected 1080P to play well on a netbook. But hopefully with the next versions they will.

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skirge01 wrote:

I just took the time to watch that video and was wondering when the heck I was going to see something.  1:20 is how long before those chopsticks came on.  I assume that long intro won't be there for the final product.  I mean, do they really expect people to watch that "PowerDVD" intro every time?  I don't think so.  That was just for CES and to show off their company name and I totally understand that.  But, besides that, all my movies are being ripped to the HD anyway without all the "fluff".

Um....sorry to report, but....given the history....if you have ever seen an OEM who uses Cyberlink PowerDVD OEM (which had MCE integration, but it was for OEM only), it was even LONGER. No, i'm not kidding.

So...maybe i'm wrong, but i'm saying that is the real program, not a special demo for CES, so i wouldn't be surprised if it takes that long.

Mike Garcen (shadymg) MissingRemote Editor-in-Chief Windows Entertainment and Connected Home MVP (formerly Media Center MVP) Twitter @mikegarcen MissingRemote on Facebook

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