Well, it seems you just can’t stop the format. It enjoys coming out with new and shiny improvements every few months. This time it’s increasing capacity. In a short time blu-rays will be rewritable with 100gb and a one-write 120gb capacity, this type of disc will be aptly named BDXL. Then you’re also going to have the option of the Intra-Hybrid Blu-ray Disc. The IHBDs have a single locked 25gb layer with an additional rewritable layer of also 25gb. What does that mean? Basically some very customizable published content. Prett
If you think that the 50GB capacity of Blu-ray discs just isn’t enough, then we have some good news for you. The new BDXL format will offer a capacity of up to 128GB (write once), or 100GB (rewritable).
As is often the problem with breakthroughs like this, there is some bad news as well. You will likely need a new player to use these discs. That’s because it uses three to four layers, so you need a more powerful laser. The format is an extension, so they may be made to work with existing devices, but we aren’t sure what kind of capacities that would yield.
The Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) has made a bold claim at CeBIT this year. The consortium behind the Blu-ray Disc format, expect the 25GB-per-layer optical medium to actually replace the current DVD technology within three years. "Within three years it will just be Blu-ray," Frank Simonis, the Blu-ray Disc Association European chairman said at CeBIT, the world's biggest technology trade show.
If you want to know who will soon be putting HD media players out of business, look no further than these connected Blu-ray players. Samsung and LG won't let smaller companies steal their spot on the TV stand; my guess is that they will have amazing file compatibility at launch or slightly after. I mean, LG put in a hard drive, for God's sake. If that isn't for dumping crazy video files, I don't know what is.
The current aim of blu-ray as well as HD-DVD is to get as significantly public assistance swiftly as in the long run it is a consumer that will choose which format comes out number one. With the unification talks failing it is under your control to make the choice of which format to adopt. To support you with this challenging choice may be the lowdown on exactly how each and every format matches below. However, by choosing the bd 390, the consumer will definitely feel the difference of blu-ray technology.
Definition of Blu-Ray:
Blu-Ray Disc (BD for short) is regarded as an advanced optical disc storage medium, which offers most families good opportunity to watchHigh-definition moviesconnected with their own DVDPlayer at home or on vacation. Traditionally, we were limited to store a-thirty-minute HD video into a common DVD, i.e, a film needs to be separated into several clips for burning with multiple DVDs. On the contrary, Blu-Ray as a new disc format has larger storage capacity, faster reading and writing speed, anti-scratch layer and more safe data storage.
Most apps that work with hardware are geared for particular device. pocket BLU is different in that while it works with a Blu-ray player, the Blu-ray discs it interfaces with are each unique. Of course they all share the “pocket BLU” technology which, for now anyway, is a property found only on specific Universal Studios Home Entertainment Blu-ray titles.
It looks like the highly anticipated 3D movie of the year will not be coming out to disc in 3D until next year. In a recent press release today, James Cameron announced that Avatar will be released in DVD and Blu-ray as previously mentioned. However, this release will only have the movie on the disk and won’t include any special features or those annoying movie trailers that everyone hates. Instead, included in the box will be a code and a webpage that will direct the customer to an online website called The Avatar Program.
1. Digital downloads will not eliminate the need for discs anytime soon.
Is Blu-ray the root of Sony's troubles in the gaming space? Aaron Greenberg, Microsoft's director of product management, seems to think so.
Speaking to Edge magazine in a recent interview, Greenberg said that because "Sony bet on the physical disc" for entertainment, it's facing "associated costs" that might be holding the PlayStation 3 back.
Is Blu-ray to blame for PS3 woes?