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Old 04-17-2009, 06:38 AM   #1
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Is there any specification to be followed for a blu-ray player? (In terms of bit rate it must support, HDMI support, watermarking, algorithms such as Dolby Digital, DTS etc....)

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For a BD Player, is there any specifications that has to be followed?
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Theres not a "specific" way but there are things that are better over others. Like HDMI is preferred. What equipment do you have already? Or are you starting from a clean slate?
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Theres not a "specific" way but there are things that are better over others. Like HDMI is preferred. What equipment do you have already? Or are you starting from a clean slate?
Yes, am starting from scratch. Just wanted to know the basic specifications that has to exist for a Blu-Ray Player.
What kinds of algorithms (Doldby, DTS etc.....) the player has to support mandatorily and player compatibility with HDMI version, bit rate that should be suported etc.....
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I'm not completely understanding what it is your wanting either, but will this help?

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Hi, Is there any mandatory Primary sound track/Secondary Audio track for BD? If so what are they?
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Yes, there is an extensive specification and it is about 3 times as large as the old HD-DVD spec was. According to an interview with Bob Stuart (Meridian), the paper is almost 1 foot thick! Good luck reading, or implementing it

Edit: here is the interview: http://uk.cinenow.com/videos/319-mer...ars-hd-content

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