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Blu-ray Disc vs. HD-DVD... Who Cares?

Discussion in 'Technology News' started by The News Bot, Jul 4, 2005.

  1. The News Bot

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    The DVD Insider hasactually been keeping score on which Hollywood studio and which content owner "signed up" for the HD- (HD-DVD) and Blu-ray Disc (BD) camps. He actually wondered which wanted to limit their creativity with 15GB (HD) or expand their horizons with 25GB (single layer) and 50GB (double layer) capacity for their fantastic next generation video content and extras. As he slowly...http://www.audioholics.com/news/editorials/BlurayvsHDDVD.php
     
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    The higher the capacity the better, Blu-Ray will allow much more space for the soundtrack part of the disc ( no more squabbling over DTS vs Dolby options as hopefully the latest incarnations will see both sound formats on the same disc ) i never felt HD-DVD disc capacity was enough.

    Hopefully both camps will compromise and their will be no format war and we will see a combined effort featuring the best of both formats ( although a format war could be good as it will drive prices down )
     

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