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DVD Catalyst 3.2 update

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Posted 15 years ago | News | Chris Tilley 2 comments

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A new update is available for registered users of DVD Catalyst 3.0 that takes the release up to version 3.2.0.

Highlights from the release include a series of quality improvements, bug fixes and of course profile updates, bringing even more devices into the out of the box supported list of hardware. Highlights from the changelog include:
  • New profiles for the PlayStation 3, N95, Sansa Connect Pro, XBOX
  • Enhancements to the automatic update routine
  • User interface improvements
  • Extended queue management commands
  • Improved support for multi-languages and subtitles
DVD Catalyst 3 is the only commercial DVD ripping and video optimisation program which includes support for legacy Handheld PC and Windows CE devices. the program costs $29.95 USD (£15.12 GBP, €21.62 EUD, ¥3024 JPY est.) and can be purchased directly from the DVD Catalyst website in association with Clickapps.

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Posted on 24 December 2007 at 11:58By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

Comments on this article

PocketDVD's Avatar PocketDVD 24 December 2007 3:16:37 PM
Customers who purchased DVD Catalyst 2 after June 30th of 2007 qualify for a free upgrade, all other DVD Catalyst 2 customers can get the upgrade to DVD Catalyst 3.x for $9.95

If you want to upgrade to DVD Catalyst 2, please email a proof of purchase to the support ( at pocketdvd dot ca) email adress for DVD Catalyst.

We always respond within 24 hours, usually faster (hours). If you have emailed us, and have not received an email, please check your spamfilter/junkmail folder.
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 25 December 2007 7:11:03 AM
Terrific! I was not aware of the upgrade discount, this is great news.

In my opinion it is well worth the upgrade - but have a play with the free trial and decide for yourselves :)
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