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As more computers gain the ability to play movies from Blu-ray, the region playback control and content protection requirements need to be implemented in computers as well as home players Manufacturers of hardware or software involved in the playback of encrypted movies are required to obtain a license from the AACS Licensing Authority (AACS LA) The manufacturers must ensure that decrypted files cannot be copied, that digital outputs contain proper content protection information, and that analog outputs are also protected The upside is that these safeguards assure Hollywood that its property will not be plundered and spread illegally from computer to computer The downside is that most law-abiding computer owners are inconvenienced and may pay slightly more because of these protection measures This is especially irritating to those who have no interest in watching commercial movies on their computer screens
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NTSC versus PAL is also 60 Hertz versus 50 Hertz
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If you are a content producer you still have to worry about NTSC versus PAL for standard definition video and, now, will also have to worry about 60 Hertz (Hz) versus 50 Hertz for high definition content In addition, you will have to chose whether to produce your content at 1280 720 resolution (progressive) and risk that some displays will automatically downscale to 720 480 because that s the only resolution they have that supports your frame rate Or, you ll consider going with 1920 1080 progressive resolution and run the risk that the display either has to interlace the video or scale to a lower resolution, or both, because the display is not capable of showing 1920 1080 progressive video In standard definition DVD terms, we have NTSC countries 60 hertz (Hz) power, 30 frames per second (fps) sized at 720 480 pixels, and PAL countries 50 hertz power, 25
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frames per second at 720 576 pixels What this means is that you could have discs that would not play because you did not have the right player or the right display With Blu-ray, one might have hoped that this condition would have been remedied Well, to a degree it has With DVD, a player did not have to support both 25 (2497) fps and 30 fps (2997) In practice, though, almost all players in PAL standard countries supported NTSC discs For Blu-ray, all players must support 23976/24 hz, 2997/30 hz and 5994/60 hz Optionally, players in 50 hz countries may also support 2497/25 hz This means that a disc can be created for all regions unless the video is specifically targeted for the 2497/25 hz markets It remains to be seen if new HD material will be created in a format that is compatible for all regions (of the world and the universe) The bottomline is that endusers should not have to sort out these arcane technical nuances of video
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HDMI is the newest interconnect format and it is most promising With one cable carrying all of the signals it definitely makes the cable clutter behind audio and video components much less of a mess Alas, even though the standard has evolved from versions 11 to 12 to 13, getting all of the components to talk with one another is not troublefree The connection handshake between a player and a receiver and a monitor, when successful, can take around four seconds But, there is a lot that can go wrong The monitor may not support the video resolution that the player is outputting, for example, 720p vs 1080p In that case the monitor may not display anything Getting the monitor to display a picture again can become very tricky For example, on the Sony PlayStation3 (PS3), you would hold the front panel power on button for ten seconds while turning the back panel on/off switch to on At one point, eBay listings for Sony PS3s not working because of no display were very plentiful Some players, with some firmware revisions, will stop playing the disc whenever the HDMI display connection is removed For example, if you are checking the latest score of a ballgame from your satellite or cable settop box, the disc may have to go through the lengthy loading process to get back to the movie Getting the player to sync up with the monitor can be very frustrating Keep a note on your player explaining how to reset the player and monitor to a compatible display setting so that when they go out of sync you can get everything working again Also, because of audio copy protection concerns, if the disc has a feature which uses audio mixing (eg, button sounds with high definition DTS or Dolby Digitial audio), the button sounds will not be heard when using HDMI audio Bizzare, huh It may leave one longing for the clutter and simplicity of the old fashioned RCA connectors and cables that offer the refreshing option of plug it in and see it and hear it
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