Tag Archives: DVD-Audio

Throw away traditional DVD player and get more featured DVD player software

Feb 03rd, 2012by Boren 2,431 views |Comments Off

dvd_x_playerA DVD player is an electronic device to play discs contained both on video and audio. From 1990, DVD has become a new digital format that changed the way you entertain yourself in your house. It mixes feature-rich software, incredible picture and quality audio. As long as DVD technology is getting advanced, it makes this format even better today.

Firstly, DVD players are traditional and use analog video connection. And soon DVD brought new dimension to the market. Component video provided more bandwidth for color resolution and required less processing from the end display. Component video offered far more detailed and vivid image. Even then, the output image quality was below the expectation of the customer. Read More »

Content Protection for Prerecorded Media (CPPM)

Jan 05th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,937 views |Comments Off

CPPM is used only for DVD-Audio. It was developed as an improvement on CSS. Keys are stored in the lead-in area, but unlike CSS no title keys are placed in the sector headers. Each volume has a 56-bit album identifier, similar to a CSS disc key, stored in the control area. Read More »

What about music on DVD: DVD-Audio and SACD?

Dec 11th, 2009by dvdxplayer 1,659 views |Comments Off

When DVD was released in 1996 there was no DVD-Audio format, although the audio capabilities of DVD-Video far surpassed CD. The DVD Forum sought additional input from the music industry before defining the DVD-Audio format. A draft standard was released by the DVD Forum’s Working Group 4 (WG4) in January 1998 Read More »