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sonys blu ray has been hacked

Discussion in 'Blu-ray players' started by tabletpc, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. emachine

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    As the movies get bigger the net gets faster :) plus a 4 g movie is usally around 700mb but dling movies isn't my thing. The quality is way to bad. I just burn them.
     
  2. BluRay

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    You know they should be finding ways to make things smaller not bigger, why could they not invent something like a 3mb BluRay disc that holds forty movies with super quality?

    EDIT; the 3mb thing was an example!
     
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  3. emachine

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    Why? Making things bigger is straight sexy! Then you can laugh at your newb friends. Plus its just impossilbe. Unless you compress and it gets all nubish so you keep your floppys and ill rock my 500 g blu-rays.
     
  4. BluRay

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    gah! you missed the point; imagine this, in the future we got so advanced we found a way to have qaulity better than HD but only takes up a few MB of space, then imagine how much that 500G BluRay disc will hold (probably a million movies and a billion games ;)
     
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  5. emachine

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    I mean yeah that sounds all cool and all, but I don't think its possible. I mean not any type of scale. Because people want better quality and the more quality the more space it takes up. So first I don't think you can make stuff smaller without taking quality away. So thats why we need huge disks. For ultra high res Jessica Simpson booty shakin'
     
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    hehe I understand ;)
     
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  8. emachine

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    Thats insane dude!~@@!!!
     
  9. BluRay

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    Quore! blimey!
     
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    You know, if you think about it things have gotten smaller. For example, at first we had CDs, then we had DVDs. When the mini DVD came out it held 1.4GB, the disc was smaller but if you think about it, they still held alot more than CDs and they were half the size. So I think in a way things are getting smaller because I'm sure when HD-DVD and Blu-Ray formats become more popular they will make a mini version of those formats too, and as just an estimate I would say they will hold around the same amount of data as a single (if not duel) layer DVD.
     
  13. gogochar

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    One day, I'm sure they will be the size of a dime. That will be kinda scary, because then, they'd become a lot harder to keep up with. "Oh, watch out honey, we payed $500 for that thing, you don't want to lose it. We're going to watch that later on tonight, so you will get that high-def ultra clarity you've been wanting for a while."
     
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    HD-DVD has won the short term war but blu ray will kick its a** in the long term, in 2 years theres probably gunna be a 100gig disc but in 2 years all HD dvds did was double in space
     
  15. emachine

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    Why has it one the short term war.
     
  16. Sniping_G

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    because,its been realeased first and most movies became realeased on it but now blu ray movies started to come out,and the ps3 is comming out so more pll will buy it
     
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    HVD can basically do that. That's why I'm skipping the HD-DVD/Blu-Ray thing.
     
  18. emachine

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    Yeah but is going to have the quality of blu-ray or hd-dvd?
     
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    HVD sound cool and all but how much will it cost 50$ a disc i rather buy a external hdd,and what if u get a burn error there goes ur money
     
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    I don't think this battle between the 2 formats is going to help anybody, they both have their advantages but neither has any major disadvantages.

    In the end it is the customers that lose out who chose the wrong format.
    I expect whichever becomes the easiest/cheapest format to pirate/backup will end up the winner of this one.

    And as for it bieng cracked I think the method described in the article is not going to be very practical for most people and will require quite a long time to make a backup of a disc.
     
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