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|Originally posted by JMPyle
I can do without Fred Sanford in HD I guess.
|Originally posted by Dan Hitchman
I do indeed hope that we don't have all these awesome options in the Blu-Ray spec. only to use the barest of minimums...
Fully optimized 1920x1080p video using 16 Megabits/sec or higher CBR MPEG-4 AVC High Profile or updated VC-1 codec (whichever one actually performs better, not which one has the cheaper usage fee), 24/96 or greater resolution, 8 channel discrete minimal; 100% lossless or uncompressed audio (bit-for-bit lossless is in a way better because we could have more channels and higher resolution using the same 18.3 Megabits/sec as uncompressed 8 channel PCM 24/96 when needed)
|DVD was a totally compromised product from the get go.|
|you understand this is up to the content authors, right? You're asking the wrong felow.|
|Originally posted by RDoherty
Seriously, though, even though we may have included all this wonderful potential into the standard, you understand this is up to the content authors, right? You're asking the wrong fellow.
|And variable width aspect ratio!!!|
|In agreement with Dan, Richard, can you please address the Hollywood Advisory Comittee|
|Sony said it is also working on a completely new version of its PlayStation series of game consoles, which it hopes to unveil in 2005. The company gave few other details about this next-generation product except to say that it plans to adopt Blu-ray optical-disk technology for the device.|
|Originally posted by dr1394
Sorry, no 1080p@60. Neither MPEG-2: MP@HL or MPEG-4 AVC: HP@4.1 and MP@4.1
can do that.
|[i]The video formats shown in Figure 3-3 can be used for MPEG video streams.
MPEG-2: MP@HL and MP@ML CODECS
MPEG-4 AVC: HP@4.1 and MP@4.1
Max. bitrate 40Mbps
HD 1920x1080x59.94-i, 50-i (16:9)
1920x1080x24-p, 23.976-p (16:9)
1440x1080x59.94-i, 50-i (16:9) MPEG4-AVC only
1440x1080x24-p, 23.976-p (16:9) MPEG4-AVC only
1280x720x59.94-p, 50-p (16:9)
1280x720x24-p, 23.976-p (16:9)
SD 720x480x59.94-i (4:3/16:9)
|Originally posted by sisaacs
Thats an interlaced setting, not progressive, the -i = interlaced -p = progressive.
|the complete absence of any 1080p60 material is evidence enough that 1080p60 will not be added to the spec.|