Recently launched DivX TV is now available on LG Electronics Home Theater Systems LHB335, LHB535 and LHB975 and Blu-ray Disc Players BD550, BD570 and BD590. The new systems are available to US shoppers from Best Buy and Amazon. Through the DixX TV platform owners of any of the above LG systems can now access on demand content such as internet videos, customized content and original web programming.
Both companies, Arcelik A.S. and DivX have entered into a strategic partnership that allows the television manufacturer to offer certified DivX TVs in Europe. Under the agreement Arcelik’s new range of Beko, Arcelik and Grundig-branded DivX Plus HD certified TVs should be available in stores across Europe. The certification of the television will give users the peace of mind and confidence knowing that their TV will play DivX files without problems.
Yamaha and DivX today made a joint announcement of the worldwide release of a range of 3D-Ready DivX Certified Blu-ray Disc Players. Both companies said these new 3D-ready players bring the best in visual quality and full-featured media capabilities, enabling stunning playback of full 1080p DivX Plus HD video using the MKV container. First to market is the BD-S1067 (in Europe), with other models for North America and other areas coming later.
Sonic solutions, the supplier of the Roxio CinemaNow™ platform and DivX, announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress that they have expanded their mobile device partnership. According to Sonic and DivX the partnership will enable the digital distribution of an extensive catalogue of premium titles on DivX Certified® mobile devices.
DivX and Film Fresh have announced that Film Fresh customers can now download and own their favourite films from distributors such as Lionsgate, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Warner Brothers in the high-quality secure DivX format. Film Fresh is the first U.S. download-to-own (DTO) online store to provide major motion pictures from some of Hollywood’s biggest movie distributors. Owners of DivX certified appliances can now download and play to their heart’s content on their favourite device, be it DVD players, digital TVs, gaming consoles, Blu-ray disc players, and portable DVD players.
DivX, a digital media company, today announced that it has released its flagship video software, DivX 7 for Windows, in Chinese for the China, Taiwan and Hong Kong markets. Now available at www.divx.com/zh-hans and www.divx.com zh-hant, the Simplified and Traditional Chinese language versions of DivX 7 for Windows allow Chinese consumers to create and play high-quality DivX(R) videos and DivX Plus HD video including high definition H.264/mkv files. DivX videos can be played on a range of DivX Certified(R) consumer electronics devices, including Blu-ray disc players, mobile phones, digital TVs or gaming consoles.