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sorry, but WM9 is the least of my interest in this player.. actually I may even forego this one for the D2.. HD MPEG4, HE-AAC, THOSE are reasons to get this... WM9.. blah....
 

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Saw this in the CES announcements. If nothing else, it'll be good to have some sort of HD DVD players on the market to push the standards-makers to get something finalized.
 

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V, Inc. expects users to acquire high-definition WMA 9 videos from Web sites like BWMfilms.com, CinemaNow, IFilm and Movielink, which will carry downloadable videos that can be played back on the player. Using a PC, users would burn the movies onto recordable DVDs that will play in the Bravo D3, the company said. Additionally, users can create their own high-definition videos using Microsoft's Windows Movie Maker 2 software.
We're discussing this player over in the DVD Player forum. The big deal about this player was its ability to play pre-recorded WM9 HD-DVD disks like Coral Reef. It appears they have backed off on this.
 
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