An introduction of the relationship between DVD and Blu-ray Disc?

Apr 09th, 2010 by dvdxplayer 2,203 views |1 Comments

The Blu-ray Disc (BD) format, released in 2006, was developed by most of the same companies that developed DVD. It’s the new age “HD” version of DVD, where HD means both high definition and high density (more storage capacity).

Blu-ray Discs come in 25- and 50-Gbyte capacities, which can easily hold hours of high-definition video at resolutions of 1280×720 or 1920×1080 with multichannel audio tracks in compressed or uncompressed format.

The interactivity of DVD has been significantly extended by Blu-ray Disc, with menus that can pop up over the video as it plays. A version of the Java programming language is built into every Blu-ray Discs player, so Blu-ray Discs can include games and other sophisticated programs. There is also an Internet-connected version, called BD-Live. BD-Live discs require a BD-Live player to work.

Blu-ray Discs supported DVD player software: DVD X Player


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