Panasonic Applauds Movie Industry's Increasing Acceptance Of Blu-Ray

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    Panasonic Applauds Movie Industry's Increasing Acceptance Of Blu-Ray

    Panasonic Applauds Movie Industry's Increasing Acceptance Of Blu-Ray

    Blu-ray Gains Support of Major Studios and CE Companies

    LAS VEGAS, NV (January 7, 2007) – Panasonic Corporation of North America, one of the pioneers in developing Blu-ray Disc™ technology and the advanced AVC (H.264 standard) video codec today issued a public "thank you" to all the major motion picture studios who are using Blu-ray technology exclusively or as a preferred alternative for their high-definition video disc releases.

    "With over 80 percent of the major studios committed to issuing Blu-ray releases and the majority of Consumer Electronic Companies supporting this technology we are quite confident that Blu-ray will succeed," said Gene Kelsey, Vice President, Panasonic Entertainment Group. "What we're doing today is simply thanking the entertainment industry for taking a look at the two competing formats and recognizing that Blu-ray with its vastly greater storage capacity is obviously the best choice for high-definition, bandwidth-intensive programming featuring significant amounts of value-added and interactive content."

    Panasonic recently brought the advantages of Blu-ray technology – which offers up to ten times the data-storage capacity of standard DVDs and supports true 1080p video resolution and 7.1 discrete channels of audio – to the home theater market with the introduction of the DMP-BD10 Blu-ray player. In addition to playing pre-recorded Blu-ray movie discs the DMP-BD10 plays conventional standard-definition DVDs (with automatic 1080p up-conversion) and conventional CDs.

    Other key features of the DMP-BD10 include proprietary P4HD technology for performing IP conversion at the pixel level for ultra-fine details, a 297MHz 14bit Video D/A Converter with 4X oversampling, video noise shaping that improves signal-to-noise ratios by shifting noise to an unused band, and theoretical support for nearly 4400 billion colors. The DMP-BD10 will also feature new audio codecs, such as Dolby® True HD and DTS™ HD. A firmware upgrade is required for compatibility with these audio codec."

    The initial product in what is planned as a full array of Blu-ray player, camcorders and other home entertainment products, the DMP-BD10 also incorporates Panasonic’s proprietary EZ-SyncTM system for integrated one-touch operation of Panasonic home-theater components, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital and dts decoding, and BD-J (Java application) interactive capability. The compatibility between the DMP-BD10 and the High Definition camcorder (HDC-DX1), via the AVCHD (H.264) codec, is a prime example of Panasonic’s dedication to the high definition digital lifestyle.

    In addition to the Blu-ray player and the forthcoming Blu-ray products, Panasonic is a major contributor to the creation of Blu-ray pre-recorded discs. The company’s Panasonic Hollywood Labs is a leading authoring, replication and encoding facility in the industry, as well as a driving force in the research and development of Blu-ray components.


    About Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company
    Based in Secaucus, N.J., Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company is a Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, the principal North American subsidiary of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. (NYSE: MC) and the hub of Panasonic's U.S. marketing, sales, service and R&D operations. Information about Panasonic products is available at Panasonic USA - Flash Detect. Additional company information for journalists is available at Panasonic USA Pressroom.

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    Men i Europa har vi Studio Canal som utgiver av svært mange av disse BD only tittlene.
    Og det er ikke BARE Universal som utgir på HD DVD, men det er det eneste selskapet som har "HD DVD only" på tittlene sine, det er derimot mange selskaper som utgir på begge format.

    Så denne uttalelsen er ikke spesielt relevant for andre enn Amerikanerne, eller egentlig ikke for de heller, siden HD DVD er sonefri, så de kan importere Europeiske tittler, noe BD IKKE kan.

    Og hadde Panasonic, som BD produsent, sagt noe annet enn at de er sikre på at BD vinner så ville det vært skandale.
    Ikke mye å hoppe i taket for.

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    Minner mye om amerikansk markedsføring det her; "Man heiser flagget, og ser hvor mange som bukker".

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    Bluray har bare 50GB kapasitet. HD DVD kommer straks med 51GB kapasitet

    Jeg tror jeg kan leve med, og har vel slått meg til ro med at vi får to HD formater.

    Slik fremgang HD DVD har hatt dette året:

    med nye spillere fra Toshiba, Onkyo, Meridian, 360-addon og 4 nye billigmerker fra Asia, samt et par nye supporting studioes, blir det værende like lenge som BD i allefall. HD DVD har også hele tiden solgt flere filmer enn BD.

    Glem ikke TotalHD og kombispiller fra LG...Det tyder på at vi får beholde begge formatene.

    Og hva gjør vel det, så lenge vi kan nyte filmer i full HD

    "Make TotalHD, not war!!!"
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