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For anyone interested, the pdf of the opening kickoff session of the TV Track Day at JavaOne:

http://www.blueboard.com/bluray/bluray_guides.htm


Go to p. 29 for the start of the Blu-ray slides.


Many of the slides from this conference are publicly available at:

http://developers.sun.com/learning/javaoneonline/


The graph of market trends was particularly telling:

http://www.blueboard.com/temporary/m...nd_javaone.jpg


Some dynamic BD-J menus that may not have made it to retail:


Open Season:
http://www.blueboard.com/temporary/menu_openseason.jpg


Big Fish:
http://www.blueboard.com/temporary/menu_big_fish.jpg
 

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I recognize the Open Season and Big Fish menus as being on the BD release.

I believe the menus used in the retail editions are static ones, although I own neither. The ones they showed us were very dynamic, with generated butterflies flitting about and stuff.
 

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It's also from BVHE, not SPHE.
 

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The Prestige is a HDMV title, not a BD-J.


BVHE's BD-J titles are The Guardian, Chicken Little, and POTC 1&2, as far as I know. The former two are partly BD-J (feature itself and top menu are HDMV and some part of bonus material is BD-J), while POTC 1&2 are all Java based, same like BD-J titles from Fox, The Descent from LGF and Big Fish from SPE.
 

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The Prestige is a HDMV title, not a BD-J.


BVHE's BD-J titles are The Guardian, Chicken Little, and POTC 1&2, as far as I know. The former two are partly BD-J (feature itself and top menu are HDMV and some part of bonus material is BD-J), while POTC 1&2 are all Java based, same like BD-J titles from Fox, The Descent from LGF and Big Fish from SPE.

Chicken Little is also heavily BD-J authored because of the in-movie Directors' Q&A.


The goal of the studios (or at least Disney, Sony and Fox) is to have most titles with heavy BD-J authoring going forward as the hardware catches up to the specs.
 

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Anybody know if the resume functionality will be implemented for BD-J titles? From what I've read, at least some of them won't resume and that may apply to all of them (I'm not sure at this point).


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