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Old 09-24-2022, 10:07 PM   #21
LexInHD LexInHD is online now
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Per the Singulus production literature, production cycling for a single-layer BD disc is around 4 seconds, dual-layer is 4-6, and triple-layer is likely around 8-12, though pretty much all information regarding triple-layer discs is hard to come by, so I can't be sure on that. Since Singulus pulled out of optical disc in 2022, all disc replication information was purged from their website and they had nothing about triple-layer discs up there, beyond the brochure for the respective replicator hardware.

Here's the official Singulus Bluline 2 production line video....

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Old 09-25-2022, 03:35 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Lee A Stewart View Post
Your claim is making a complere BD-Rom with movie at 5 seconds - ready for packaging. Way too short a time period. Injection molding requires a release - that can take 5 seconds by itself. Then you have the 2 coating applications. First one has to dry before the second is applied.

You guessed too short. Just admit it and move on.
you are completely wrong (lie most times).

this is an older original BL II model with older specs but
BD25 ROM Single Layer 3.5 sec
BD50 ROM Dual Layer 4.1 sec

either way it is a useless argument

we are not talking about a replacement for BD/UHD BD but the possibility of a future physical format for 8k with much higher capacity. And the difference between duplication and replication.

if you would rather work with a 10 second or even 1 minute replication there is no comparison with duplication of a similar media where buying the r disk starts at 5$.
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