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Thread: Using Blu ray in place of regular disc

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    Nov 2009

    Using Blu ray in place of regular disc

    I had a blu ray player which is connected to my Xbox. The player is really awesome. The audio and video output provided by it is really nice. In my computer at the time of upgrade I am planning to use the blu ray disc in the place of normal DVD. For that purpose I need some information on the blu ray features and supports. Does this format works in all types of players. What is the special format used here.

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    Nov 2005

    Re: Using Blu ray in place of regular disc

    The Blu-ray Disc (BD) is the name of a subsequently age group optical disc arrangement equally developed by members of the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA). It became the sole blue laser optical disc technology in 2008, when the competitor arrangement HD-DVD was lastly dropped by Toshiba. The arrangement was developed to facilitate recording, rewriting and playback of high-definition (HD) video, as well as storing huge quantity of information.

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    Re: Using Blu ray in place of regular disc

    On pinnacle of that, the appearance of high-definition TV (HDTV), programmed to entrance in terrestrial transmit systems in the USA throughout 2003, posed an enormous difficulty for DVD: they were entirely unsuitable for storing HD content. They were imperfect together in their capability, which might accumulate only minutes of HD content and information relocate rates, which were not fast and perfect enough to broadcast all essential sound and picture information in real time.

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    Re: Using Blu ray in place of regular disc

    In consequence, premature consumers who bought HDTV sets originate that though they had airwave content, they could neither trace HD content nor constant buy HD home movies. The explanation was known, but far easier said than done. Optical drives desirable to shift from using red to blue lasers, dangerous because the wavelength of an optical drive's laser light restrictions the size of the pit that can be examine from the disc. In additional words, the blue laser's less important wavelength, narrower beam can be additional delicately paying attention on a less significant area than that of a red laser.

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    Re: Using Blu ray in place of regular disc

    Using blue laser light, more than a few times additional information can be stored on a solitary disk of the similar physical size, and also transferred at significantly faster speed. Providing enormous information storage, faster, additional perfect information access, and far greater interactivity together with live online content, it is a substantial leap from the DVD. On the other hand, they you will see that, like tape video and DVD media previous to, the aggressive wrangles and compatibility problems generated indecision in the market which significantly slowed Blu-ray's consumer uptake.

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    Re: Using Blu ray in place of regular disc

    The Blu-ray Disc uses a "blue" (theoretically violet) laser, working at a wavelength of 405 nm, to read and write information. The diodes are InGaN (Indium Gallium Nitride) lasers that generate 405 nm photons unswervingly, that is, without regularity replication or additional nonlinear optical mechanisms. Conservative DVDs and CDs utilize red and near-infrared lasers, at 650 nm and 780 nm, correspondingly.

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