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

Apr 09th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,227 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. Read More »

Uncover the mystery of DVD features

Apr 01st, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,594 views |Comments Off

DVD made a qualitative leap over VCD, SVCD, the birth of DVD brings home audio-visual entertainment to a new level. Let’s see exactly what magic made DVD become so glorious.

Super storage capacity: DVD technology is based on DVD films. With exceptional storage capacity, only single disc storage capacity of a single box can play for 135 minutes. Read More »

What is MKV and how to play it?

Mar 29th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,733 views |Comments Off

First, to clarify a misunderstanding, mkv is not a compressed format, DivX, XviD is the video compression format, mp3, ogg is audio compression format. The mkv is a “combination” and “package” format, in other words is a container format.

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What is XviD?

Mar 26th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,827 views |Comments Off

XviD is a word play, read it the reverse way and you might find a familiar term. XviD is an open source MPEG-4 codec which depending on whom you’re asking yields even better quality than the best DivX codec.

What is AAC?

Mar 22nd, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,244 views |Comments Off

Audio formats like computer hardware and software, will be replaceed at last, like the position tape being taken by CD? The CD will also have to be replaced by DVD-Audio. As time goes by, MP3 more and more unsatisfactory, its compression ratio lower than Ogg, WMA, VQF and other formats, sound quality worse (especially under low-bit-rate), only two channels Read More »

DVD decoder and encoders royalty rate reduced

Mar 21st, 2010by dvdxplayer 4,001 views |Comments Off

DVD technology and formats from the nine major development companies (Hitachi, Ltd., Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Samsung Electronics, Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., Sharp Corporation, Toshiba Corporation, Japan, JVC Co., Ltd. , Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Inc.) consortium composed of DVD6C license (hereinafter referred to as “DVD6C”) announced: After a new patent DVD6C license agreement came into effect, DVD decoder and DVD encoder royalty rates for lower prices are as follows: Read More »

Difference between HDTVRip / DVDRip / DVDScr / TVRip / TC / RMVB format

Mar 21st, 2010by dvdxplayer 22,650 views |Comments Off

· HDTVRip is directly converted from film into digital video, it is of high-definition picture quality, only a small number of such videos are available, most of them are classic movies, or commercials;

· DVDRip is a compressed from the retail version of DVD, video and audio quality is almost the same with the original DVD. Why does the DVD have 5G big, but DVDRip only 700Mb or so? Because DVDRip is the result of advanced compression coding techniques, and must be decoded by a specific procedure in order to play, regardless of the software and hardware to achieve the performance of such decoders, must also have high-performance chips, the average DVD do not have so powerful chip;

· DVDScr is converted from the preview version of DVD, which film companies give to the promoters, it comes a little earlier than DVDRip, with not so good picture quality;

· TVRip is recorded from the television, most of them are television programs;

· RMVB generally comes from cartoons, television programs, television dramas. RMVB files are smaller, but the quality is very poor, and generally marked with the production team at the beginning of the video play, no RMVB movies in VeryCD.
by: DVD Player Software 2012

DVD Region Codes – All That You Need To Know

Mar 19th, 2010by dvdxplayer 3,260 views |1 Comments

Hardly did anything else changed the at-home video entertain world quite as DVD did. With outstanding video and audio performance DVD has spurred growth in home theater in recent years. The bad news is, along with DVD’s worldwide success, comes its dirty little secret: region coding, which also named as “region lock”. Read More »

What is miniDVD?

Mar 18th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,773 views |Comments Off

In brief, miniDVD is basically a DVD on a CD. Video is MPEG2 of course – preferably VBR and audio can be MPEG1 audio layer 2, raw uncompressed PCM or AC3.

A miniDVD can contain bitrates up to 10mbit/s (audio and video combined). Video quality can be up to an actual DVD level if you accept the limited playtime of a CD. You can create DVD-like menus as well.

The drawback is that miniDVDs will only play on PCs and on a very limited number of standalone players. That’s where the “mini” lies, one edge may cause flaw in other way, absolute perfect stuff seems doesn’t favor us! (by: DVD player 2012)

What so ever, anyway?

What is the difference between DVD X Player Professional and Standard?

Mar 17th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,455 views |Comments Off

They differs in many functions, here are three major ones:

First, the differences lies in the time of recording, DVD X Player Standard version allows you to record DVD to MPEG2 video for 15 minutes, while the Professional version give you 30 minutes more than the Standard one, and the Pro version also have no limitation of time in MP3 recording; Read More »