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Myth: AACS Is Required for HDMV, BD-J, Network Access, or Local Storage Access
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9 What s Wrong with Blu-ray Disc
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Copy Protection Regional Management Hollywood Baggage on Computers NTSC versus PAL Is Also 60 Hertz versus 50 Hertz Connection Incompatibilities Playback Incompatibilities Poor Performance Feeble Support of Parental Choice Features Not Better Enough No Reverse Play Only Two Aspect Ratios No Barcode Standard No External Control Standard Poor Computer Compatibility Limited Web Standard Too Many Encoding Formats Too Many Inputs Too Many Channels Not Enough Interactivity Too Much Interactivity Conclusion 9-2 9-3 9-4 9-4 9-5 9-5 9-7 9-7 9-8 9-9 9-9 9-10 9-10 9-10 9-11 9-11 9-12 9-12 9-13 9-13 9-13
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10 Interactivity
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Recreating DVD s Success A New Kind of Interactivity The Seamless User Experience Target Applications Additional Features Specialized User Input
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The Appeal of Blu-ray The Appeal of Blu-ray for Video The Appeal of Blu-ray for Data
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12 Production Essentials
Blu-ray Disc Project Examples General BD Production Tasks and Skills The BD Production Process Persistent Storage Network Connected Features BD-Live
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Contents
Project Design Menu Design Navigation Design Balancing the Bit Budget Asset Preparation The Zen of Subwoofers Slipping Synchronization Preparing Subtitles Preparing Graphics Video Artifacts Putting It All Together (Authoring) Formatting and Output Testing and Quality Control Replication, Duplication, and Distribution Disc Labeling Package Design Production Maxims BD-ROM Production Hybrid Discs 12-14 12-16 12-20 12-23 12-26 12-31 12-32 12-33 12-34 12-37 12-38 12-39 12-40 12-43 12-43 12-43 12-44 12-45 12-47
13 Blu-ray and Beyond
Looking Back at DVD Peering ForwardInto the Digital Fog Beyond Blu-ray The Death of DVD Seeing Double The Changing Face of Home Entertainment The Far Horizon
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Appendix A About the Disc Appendix B Reference Data Appendix C Related Standards and Specifications Appendix D References and Information Sources Glossary Index
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List of Figures and Tables
1 Introduction Table I1 Meaning of Prefixs Table I2 Media Gigabyte Conversions Table I3 Notations Used in This Book 1 The Development of Blu-ray Disc Figure 11 Punched Card and Optical Disc 2 Technology Primer Figure 21 Optical Disc Pits Figure 22 Number Squares Figure 23 Optical Disc Layers Figure 24 Run-length Compression Example Figure 25 Color and Luminance Sensitivity of the Eye Figure 26 Block Transforms and Quantization Figure 27 Typical MPEG Picture Sequence Figure 28 MPEG Video Compression Example Figure 29 Frequency Masking and Hearing Threshold Figure 210 Effects of Interface Jitter Figure 211 Effects of Sampling Jitter Figure 212 TV Shape vs Movie Shape Figure 213 Peg and Hole Figure 214 Shrink the Peg Figure 215 Slice the Peg Figure 216 Squeeze the Peg Figure 217 Soft Matte Filming Figure 218 Pan and Scan Transfer Figure 219 The Anamorphic Process Figure 220 Aspect Ratios, Conversions, and Displays Figure 221 Wide (Full) Mode on a Widescreen TV Figure 222 Expand (Theater) Mode on Widescreen TV Figure 223 Opening the Frame from 185 to 178 Figure 224 Common Aspect Ratios Figure 225 Display Sizes at Equal Heights Figure 226 Relative Display Sizes for Letterbox Display Figure 227 Interlaced Scan and Progressive Scan Figure 228 Converting Film to Video Figure 229 DTV and HD Ready Logos Table 21 Image Data Stream Examples Table 22 Compression Ratios for Disc Technologies 3 Features Table 31 Hollywood Studio Requirements for Next-Generation Formats I-6 I-7 I-8 1-1 2-2 2-3 2-5 2-15 2-17 2-19 2-21 2-22 2-27 2-35 2-36 2-40 2-40 2-40 2-41 2-41 2-42 2-42 2-43 2-44 2-46 2-46 248 2-49 2-50 2-51 2-52 2-54 2-57 2-13 2-24 3-2
List of Figures and Tables
4 - Content Protection, Licencing, and Patents Figure 41 Copy Protection Figure 42 Content Protection Systems Figure 43 Sequence Key Example Figure 44 AACS Authentication Process Figure 45 Overview of BD-ROM Content Protection Systems Figure 46 Blu-ray Disc Regions Table 41 Allowed Analog Output Devices for AACS Table 42 Blu-ray Disc Regions 5 Physical Disc Formats Figure 51 BD Disc Structure Figure 52 BD Disc Cartridges Figure 53 BD Dual-layer Construction Figure 54 Phase-Change Recording Figure 55 Burst Cutting Area Table 51 Physical Characteristics of BD Table 52 Blu-ray Disc Capacities Table 53 BD-RE Characteristics Table 54 BD-R Characteristics 6 Application Details Figure 61 Blu-ray Disc Association Organizational Structure Figure 62 Structural Organization of BDAV Content Figure 63 Directory Structure of BDMV Disc Figure 64 Multiplexing Process Figure 65 Blu-ray Disc Presentation Planes Figure 66 Structural Organization of BDMV Content Figure 67 Display Formats of 4:3 Aspect Ratio Content Figure 68 Display Formats of 16:9 Aspect Ratio Content Figure 69 Interlaced versus Progressive Display Modes Figure 610 Camera Angles Example Figure 611 Seamless Playback Example Figure 612 Speaker Positioning for 71 Channel Configuration Figure 613 HDMV Multipage Menu Example Figure 614 BD-J System Overview Figure 615 BD-J Specification Structure Figure 616 Graphics Drawing in Source Mode Figure 617 Graphics Drawing in Source-over Mode Figure 618 Audio Mixer Components Figure 619 Workflow for Application Signing Figure 620 Credential Creation Process Figure 621 Generalized Block Diagram of an MPEG-2 Encoder
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