Siste melding fra DVD forum er at Toshiba ikke er helt klare for "game over". Etter nederlaget i vinter startet de videreutviklingen av upscaling DVD istedet for å begynne å produsere Blu-ray.
Toshiba remains stubborn, looks to DVD upscaling while brushing Blu-ray off - Engadget HD
I tillegg til dette er man visst kommet fram til enighet rundt kravspek for:
C-HD DVD. (kinesisk versjon av HD-DVD)
Manufacturers: The Second Coming of HD DVD?, by Gordon Jones - Electronic House Product News
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07-24-2008, 21:44 #1
The second coming of HD DVD??
07-24-2008, 21:47 #2
Å herregud.....Jeg HATER mobilversjoner av nettsider...
07-24-2008, 21:59 #3
Virker som Toshiba er rimelig bitre fortsatt...
07-31-2008, 14:49 #4
Den kinesiske HD-DVD spilleren baseres på Toshiba HD-A3. Og vil produseres av:
Toshiba tjener vel litt på royaltis men har neppe noen stor rolle i dette, det meste er styrt fra myndighetene.
"China unveils home HD disc format for the Olympics
Reports have been circulating citing Chinese research firm CCID Consulting that suggests the country is developing red-laser based high-definition disc technology. However, it would appear that this is not new and may be referring to the multi-layered EVD format the Chinese worked on for a while, but have since abandoned.
In reality, China is set to launch officially its own high definition disc format on 8 August for the Olympics. A demonstration took place last week.
The CH-DVD format, recently renamed China Blue High Definition (CBHD), was developed by the China High Definition DVD Industry Association (CHDA) and the Optical Memory National Engineering Research Center (OMNERC) at Tsinghua University in close collaboration with the DVD Forum with whom review approval authority remains as CBHD is based on HD DVD. The key difference lays in the modulation code – 8-12 Mod for HD DVD, 4-6 Mod for CBHD. The format uses a codec (Advanced Audio Video Encoding Standard in Information Technology) that is owned by the Chinese government.
Though the high cost of Blu-ray makes it unlikely to develop rapidly or even successfully in China, so far, 11 domestic manufacturers have joined the Blu-ray Disc Association, and thus given a licence to use the BD patents which will allow them to manufacture Blu-ray discs and players.
Some observers note that the main problem with Blu-ray in China is AACS licencing, the high price of which may act as a deterrent.
As for Blu, China will make lots of players for everyone else, but they won't use them in China because of the high royalty costs."