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If you are adding computer data/files to a BD-ROM Video (or adding BD-ROM Video content to a data disc), be mindful of a few things If you will be replicating the disc, you will need to use a formatting or premastering software tool that allows for both data files and BD-ROM Video files Multiplexing and file topology on the disc are critical to ensure proper playback of BD-ROM Video Be sure to run a verifier on the final UDF 25 image to ensure that the added computer data has been properly interleaved and layed out with the BD-ROM Video files and that the appropriate padding has been reserved for the AACS data These discs will play fine in software players on PCs and work on all of the BD settop players If you add more than a few data/computer files to a BD-ROM Video disc, put them in a subdirectory Too many extra files in the root directory may cause some BD players to fail Many authoring/premastering software tools assume that the BD-ROM Video will take up most of the space on the disc But, if you have a lot of space consumed by the computer files, make sure that the premastering software lets you have control over where the files will be placed on the disc Disc topology or where the files go on the disc is critical especially for multilayer discs For database applications, you want to ensure that the indices are placed close to the data You do not necessarily want the indices to be on one layer and the data on another You want to be able to fine tune the file topology so that your BD-ROM Video content and the computer application files have the best performance when played on the final replicated optical disc
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This chapter examines past and present forecasts1 and looks ahead to possibilities for Bluray over the next decade or so Questions, such as, When will the format war end and which format will emerge victorious have been answered, but many other questions remain When will Blu-ray discs or players begin to outsell DVD discs or players Will we ever need another physical video format What comes after blue laser Will the Internet obviate the need for physical media This chapter touches on these and other questions In the fall of 2008, as this book was being finished, Blu-ray Disc had just turned two years old (counting birthday candles from first disc and player shipments in June 2006) By many measures, it is doing better than DVD did at the same stage, but there are obviously several apples-to-orange factors at play One major difference is that the Blu-ray format has the Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3) to give it a major boost
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In 1997, the first year of DVD, 349,000 players were sold to dealers in the US This was more than double the first three years of VCR sales from 1975 to 1977, and represented more than 12 times the first-year sales of CD players in 1983 (see Table 131) In comparison, in 2006 Blu-ray s first year only 25,000 standalone players were sold in the US, although adding PS3 players to the mix brings the total to 425,000 Admittedly, DVD was released in March of its first year, compared to Blu-ray s June launch, but the DVD launch was limited primarily to Warner Bros seven-city trial until August Table 171 Technology Penetration Rates Years to Reach 50% of US Homes
Technology Years Technology Years
Telephone Radio B&W TV Color TV Cable TV
71 10 9 17 23
Cellular phone VCR CD Personal Computer DVD
14 11 11 19 7
Sources: US Census, CEA, IDC, JPR, Technology Futures
1Research and projections in this chapter come from many sources including, Adams Media Research; Entertainment Merchants Association (formerly Video Software Dealers Association); Futuresource Consulting (formerly Understanding & Solutions); Interpret; Kaplan, Swicker & Simha; Nielsen Media Research; NPD Group; and Strategy Analytics
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