LinDVD

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LinDVD
Developer(s) Corel
Initial release ?
Written in ?
Operating system Linux
Available in English
Type Video player
License closed-source
Website www.intervideo.com

LinDVD from Corel was a commercial proprietary software for Linux for the playback of DVDs and other multimedia files. The latest version supported ultra-mobile PCs (UMPCs) and mobile internet devices (MIDs), as well as a streaming media and a wider range of standard and high-definition video and audio encoding standards.[1]

LinDVD can play copy protected (CSS) DVDs. Certain distributions like Mandriva have included this software in their commercial Linux distributions, and Dell is now[timeframe?] preinstalling it on their Ubuntu systems.[2]

Corel removed all information about LinDVD from their webpage, that is, LinDVD is not supported anymore.

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  1. ^ "Corel LinDVD Now Supports Ultra-Mobile PCs and Mobile Internet Devices". [dead link]. Corel. 2008-09-18. 
  2. ^ "Ubuntu 7.10 Offering - Technical Details". [dead link]. Dell. 2007-12-19. Retrieved 2007-12-20. 

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