A Required Update for InterVideo WinDVD HD Player
Now if you own PC/laptop with a HD DVD-ROM drive and uses InterVideo WinDVD HD software player to playback your HD DVD movie collections, you may be required to update the software player to ensure that you will be able to continue to enjoy the latest HD DVD content.
Corel Corporation is releasing an important new security update for InterVideo WinDVD.
Corel has taken this step in response to recent reports that hackers have illegally obtained certain software licensing keys and have used them to duplicate copyrighted HD DVD/BD content without prior authorization. Corel takes this situation very seriously and has been working closely with its OEM partners and AACS LA to ensure it takes the steps necessary to prevent copyright infringement from happening in the future.
WinDVD customers who are currently using HD DVD playback will need to download the free security update from your PC or Drive manufacturer's support websites.
This update includes security enhancements as well as updated licensing keys that will be required to view both newly purchased HD DVD titles and those in your existing HD DVD collections. By downloading Corel's free update, you will be able to continue to enjoy the latest HD DVD content, while ensuring that copyrighted materials are properly protected.
Please be aware that failure to apply the update will result in AACS-protected HD DVD playback being disabled.
Some related links:
- Corel Releases Important Update for InterVideo WinDVD
- Corel Warns InterVideo Users AACS Revocation May Be Forthcoming
- InterVideo WinDVD HD player update for Toshiba Qosmio G35/G30 series HD DVD model
Labels: Software Player Updates