Video Software Television Microsoft HD DVD Interactivity Jumpstart Package

Microsoft HD DVD Interactivity Jumpstart Package 0.03 for Windows

by Microsoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (7 votes)

File Details

File Size 4.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,751
Publisher Microsoft Corp.
Homepage Microsoft HD DVD Interactivity Jumpstart Package

Publisher's Description

Microsoft HD DVD Interactivity Jumpstart Package is a collection of software tools for testing, debugging, and simulating HD DVD interactive content.

Latest Reviews

linkdup

linkdup reviewed v0.1 on Aug 30, 2006

1uk3, thanks for the link.

hd-dvd is what I'm using for my movies. im a filmmaker and it wont be such an issue for consumers as people think. just pick up a dual player which i'm sure most of them will be. people like me will have to choose one or the other but that doesnt really affect you as a consumer. so relax about it :)

Browser12

Browser12 reviewed v0.1 on Aug 30, 2006

Dvd sux, what have u been smoking. Guess you were too young to remember video disc of the early 80's. They really stunk the joint up. And were big as an album. Today's dvd's are fine. And of course Microsoft is going to side with Hd Dvd. They chose this format a year ago over blue ray. I've seen both at the local Best Buy. No difference from what i see. Its going to be a hard sell to get the public to buy into either of these new disc. types. Plus who knows, there might be an even better disc. tech. down the road.

1uk3

1uk3 reviewed v0.1 on Aug 30, 2006

DaveBG - it's HD DVD which does not suck at all.

Unfortunalty the link doesn't work at the moment so go to: http://tinyurl.com/m2tou

DaveBG

DaveBG reviewed v0.1 on Aug 30, 2006

What about Blu-Ray? DVD sucks as we know ;)

Avg. Rating 4.0 (7 votes)
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linkdup

linkdup reviewed v0.1 on Aug 30, 2006

1uk3, thanks for the link.

hd-dvd is what I'm using for my movies. im a filmmaker and it wont be such an issue for consumers as people think. just pick up a dual player which i'm sure most of them will be. people like me will have to choose one or the other but that doesnt really affect you as a consumer. so relax about it :)

Browser12

Browser12 reviewed v0.1 on Aug 30, 2006

Dvd sux, what have u been smoking. Guess you were too young to remember video disc of the early 80's. They really stunk the joint up. And were big as an album. Today's dvd's are fine. And of course Microsoft is going to side with Hd Dvd. They chose this format a year ago over blue ray. I've seen both at the local Best Buy. No difference from what i see. Its going to be a hard sell to get the public to buy into either of these new disc. types. Plus who knows, there might be an even better disc. tech. down the road.

1uk3

1uk3 reviewed v0.1 on Aug 30, 2006

DaveBG - it's HD DVD which does not suck at all.

Unfortunalty the link doesn't work at the moment so go to: http://tinyurl.com/m2tou

DaveBG

DaveBG reviewed v0.1 on Aug 30, 2006

What about Blu-Ray? DVD sucks as we know ;)

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