DVD-Cloner Knowledge Base
About Blu-ray
HD DVD vs. Blu-ray Disc Explained
Blu-ray and HD DVD are rival incompatible formats, a situation that recalls the Beta versus VHS battle that stifled the early growth of the VCR and...
History of Blu-ray disc
Commercial HDTV sets began to appear in the consumer market around 1998, but there was no commonly-accepted, inexpensive way to record or play HD...
Comparison of high definition optical disc formats
This article compares the technical specifications of HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc, two mutually incompatible, high definition optical disc formats that,...
Blu-ray Disc Rot Problems?
In a return to the problems that have affected laser disc, CD and DVD at various times, it appears that some Blu-ray discs are suffering from some...
The video and audio codes that Blu-ray disc supports
Blu-ray supports: MPEG-2 enhanced for HD, also used for playback of DVDs and HDTV recordings. MPEG-4 AVC part of the MPEG-4 standard also known as...
The speed of a Blu-ray disc reading or writing data
According to the Blu-ray specifications, 1x speed is defined as 36Mbps. However, BD-ROM movies will need a 54Mbps data transmission rate, the lowest...
Introduction to How Blu-ray Discs Work
DVD, a new technology appeared in 1997, which stirred up a revolution in the movie industry, and introduced audio and video into home entertainment...
How Blu-ray Reads Data
Blu-ray disc wins the DVD reading issue by placing the data on top of a 1.1-mm-thick polycarbonate layer. Because it store data on the top of...
How a Blu-ray Disc Is Made
Compared with traditional DVD, Blu-ray disc not only has more storage capacity, but also provides a new level of interaction. Users can connect to...