Blu-ray DVD Format

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Blu-ray DVD Format :

Blu-ray DVD Format Blu-ray Disc (official abbreviation BD) is an optical disc storage medium which is released by Sony to take place of the DVD format. The Blu-ray Disc was jointly developed by the Blu-ray Disc Association which is consisting of a group of consumer electronics, computer companies, and motion pictures. It can record, store and play back high-definition video and digital audio, as well as computer data. Blu-ray Disc uses a 405 nm "blue" laser instead of the 650-nanometer red laser used by DVD uses a. This shorter wavelength made is possible to store over five times more data per layer than that allowed by a DVD. The advantage of Blu-ray is that it can hold large quantities of high-definition video and audio, as well as photos, data and other digital content since it can contain 25 GB of data per layer. Blu-ray DVD format players, which are specially designed for Blu-ray DVD, are manufactured by Panasonic, Samsung, Pioneer, LG Electronics and Sony. Movie Studios who are supporting the Blu-ray DVD format mainly include: Warner Home Video, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, Lionsgate, Disney, MGM and Paramount. Tips: If you want to enjoy Blu-ray DVD format videos on your DVD player, you can have a try with iToolSoft Blu-Ray DVD Copy on Windows. It can convert and copy plenty movies to your DVD player from Blu-ray DVD. Video Technical Information for Blu-ray DVD Format Disc Video codecsMPEG - 2 AVC: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC VC-1Audio codecs Dolby Digital up to 5.1 channels (Max 640kbps) Dolby Digital Plus up to 7.1 channels (Max 4.736Mbps) Dolby Lossless up to 9 channels (Max 18.64Mbps) DTS up to 5.1 channels (Max 1.524Mbps) DTS HD up to 9 channels (Max 24.5Mbps) Linear PCM up to 9 channels (Max 27.648Mbps)Video frame size High Definition Video 1920x1080x59.94i (=29.97fps interlaced), 50i(=25fps interlaced) (16:9) 1920x1080x24p, 23.976p (16:9) 1440x1080x59.94i, 50i (16:9) AVC / VC-1 only 1440x1080x24p, 23.976p (16:9) AVC / VC-1 only 1280x720x59.94p, 50p (16:9) 1280x720x24p, 23.976p (16:9) Standard Definition Video 720x480x59.94i (4:3/16:9) 720x576x50i (4:3/16:9)Max video bitrate 40 Mbit/sMaximum AV bitrate48 Mbit/sMaximum data transfer rate54 Mbit/sApplication formatBDAV or BD-AV (Blu-ray Disc Audio/Visual) – a consumer-oriented Blu-ray video format used for audio/video recording BDMV or BD-MV (Blu-ray Disc Movie) – a Blu-ray video format with menu support commonly used for movie releases RREF – (Realtime Recording and Editing Format) – a subset of BDMV designed for Realtime recording and editing applications Blu-ray DVD Format File Structure index.bdmv file: stores information describing the contents of the BDMV directory. There is only one index.bdmv file under the BDMV directory. MovieObject.bdmv file: stores information for one or more Movie Objects. There is only one MovieObject.bdmv under the BDMV directory. sound.bdmv file: stores data relating to one or more sounds associated with HDMV Interactive Graphic streams applications. This file may or may not exist under the AUXDATA directory. If it exists, there shall be only one sound.bdmv file. .mpls: MPLS format files are used to store information corresponding to Movie PlayLists. .clpi: CLPI Blu-ray format file is used to store Clip information associated with a Clip AV stream file. .m2ts: M2TS Blu-ray disc format file is used to contain a BDAV MPEG-2 transport stream. .ssif file: is a Stereoscopic Interleaved file that is composed from two BDAV MPEG-2 transport streams. Both of the streams include an MPEG-4 MVC view video stream for left eye or right eye respectively. This file is used only when 3D video is played back. .otf file: stores the font information associated with Text subtitle applications. Note: If you want to convert videos to Blu-ray format, you can have a try with Blu-ray DVD Burner . What's more, you can use Blu-ray DVD Ripper to convert your Blu-ray DVD format files to commonly used video format for playing on your portable media player.

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