Panasonic Adopts DivX Plus HD for 3D Blu-Ray Players

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The new 2010 line of Panasonic 3D Blu-Ray players will now feature the ability to play H.264 / .MKV or DivX Plus HD files and all previous forms of DivX files as well. The player is the DMP-BDT300 and it’s coming to Europe first in later April and the rest of the world later. Of course though you’ll need a 3D TV as well to go with that new player..

Available to consumers first in Europe late April 2010 and soon after in Russia and Oceania, the DMP-BDT300 is Panasonic’s first full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc player and the first to receive DivX Plus HD Certification. With the introduction of 3D products for the home, Panasonic customers will receive an unparalleled 3D experience with realistic and immersive sensation.

DivX Plus HD Certification is the premium level of certification available from DivX, optimized for consumer electronics products and supports the playback of all content created with DivX software. Available on, the newly released DivX Plus Software allows users to create and playback H.264 video in an .mkv file container. DivX Plus HD Certified devices will playback all previous versions of DivX video, premium Hollywood content in the DivX format, and DivX Plus HD video files with the .mkv file extension and AAC audio created with third-party tools.

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  1 comment for “Panasonic Adopts DivX Plus HD for 3D Blu-Ray Players

  1. Paul
    August 7, 2010 at 4:55 pm

    According to the brochure from Panasonic, DivX Plus HD will only be supported on the Oceania models! That really disturbs me as I have already placed an order for one. What about the rest of us in the world?

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