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Mark Hayden. Jillian Cheng. Thomas . Prag. Isaac Kwon. Benjamin Parr. Newest optical disk format. BDA: a group of the world’s leading consumer electronics, personal computers and media manufacture. ID: 158330 Download Presentation

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Mark HaydenJillian ChengThomas PragIsaac KwonBenjamin Parr


Newest optical disk formatBDA: a group of the world’s leading consumer electronics, personal computers and media manufactureDeveloped & designed to enable recording, rewriting, and playback of HD videos5 times the storage capacity of DVDsUses a blue-violet laser instead of redSame dimensions as a DVD or CDHard-coating technologyDurabis



1980s  Introduction of CD’s with 650MB’s of storage capacity1990s  Introduction of DVD’s with 10x increased capacityHigh Definition (HD) experience  Competition between Sony and Toshiba began Sony  Blu-Ray Disks (25G Storage space)Toshiba  HD-DVD (15G Storage Space)February 2008  Toshiba announces that they would no longer manufacture HD-DVD players or drivesNow, Blu-Ray is the new generation of HD technology

History of Blu-Ray




Higher capacity on a single discDual layer  50 GB; 10 layers  250 GBHigh Definition video (and more)HD = 1080 vs. SD = 480Interactive features for Blu-Ray disc playersJava coded menus vs. pre-rendered MPEG menusConnect to Internet




Most Blu-Ray players cost $200-400 at bestIn comparison, HD-DVD players sold for $100 and several DVD players are under $100Only really worth it for HDTVProfile ConfusionOlder Blu-Ray player models (1.0, 1.1) can’t handle certain special features that come on discsNot the case with HD-DVD



Price and Quality Comparison


FactsBlu-ray disks are superior to HD-DVDsBlu-ray disks are much more expensive than regular DVDsQuality of picture depends on disk, player, and TVConclusionIt’s still too expensive to convert to Blu-ray for the average consumerIncrease in quality is not worth the increase in priceBlu-ray disks will eventually take over DVDs


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