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While movie objects refer to HDMV objects, BD-J objects (BDJOs) refer to Java applications A movie object contains commands that can launch a playlist or execute other code to navigate through the disc Similarly, the BD-J object can also launch a playlist, and refers to specific Java Archives (JARs) that contain the programming code to control the disc playback The index table binds each movie and BD-J object to a specific title Note that a number of titles can share the same BDJO
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Similar to BDAV, a playlist consists of one or multiple playitems Each playitem refers to a physical stream file, or a so-called clip The in and out points of the playitem do not necessarily have to coincide with the start and end time of the clip In other words, the playitem can define a portion of a given clip In the end, a playlist can refer to a main path and additional sub-paths and will be composed of one or multiple playitems
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While the playlist is a logical description, a clip describes a physical AV stream file and its associated clip information data Besides the actual MPEG-2 Transport Stream, as defined in the BDAV specification, the clip information describes additional time map and other relevant information of a transport stream (eg, valid entry points into the stream)
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With an understanding of the organizational structure of the disc, it is important for the content author to identify the tools available to navigate through this structure This can best be described as the next layer, on top of the presentation data the Navigation data It is a collection of information that allows the content author to access the presentation data and navigate the disc Leaving the much more complex and flexible BD-J application programming interfaces (APIs) aside, the navigation data presents a more fundamental toolset, which can be used by the BD-J application as well The navigation commands are generally grouped into three categories branch commands, compare commands, and set commands The branch commands provide the means to link different pieces of the disc and actually physically navigate around the disc Compare commands allow the content author to compare various values and parameters to make further decisions And, the set commands allow for mathematical operations that enable the content author to examine the current state of the player or disc, set streams, buttons, or other elements, and calculate the next steps for navigation Table 66 outlines the navigation commands available to content authors
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Table 66 Navigation Commands
Branch Commands Go To Group Commands for controlling the program flow in a command sequence
Nop GoTo Break
Jump Group
No operation (do nothing) Jump to a specified command in the sequence (eg Movie Object) Stop executing commands in the command sequence Start a specified Movie Object Start a specified Title Stop current playback and start specified new Movie Object Stop current playback and start specified new Title Resume at location where playback was suspended by Call Object or Call Title command Start playback of a specified Playlist Start playback of a specified Playlist at a specified PlayItem Start playback of a specified Playlist at a specified Playlist Mark Stop playback of current Playlist Start at specified PlayItem number within the same Playlist Start at specified PlayItem Mark within the same Playlist Compare bitwise (logical and) Test if equal Test if not equal Test if greater than or equal Test if greater than Test if less than or equal Test if less than
Jump Object Jump Title Call Object Call Title Resume
Play Group
Play PL Play PLatPI Play PLatMK Terminate PL Link PI Link MK
Compare Commands
BC EQ NE GE GT LE LT
Set Commands
SetSystem Group Commands for setting system parameters
SetStream SetNVTimer SetButton Page EnableButton DisableButton SetSecondaryStream PopUpMenu Off Still On Still Off
Set audio, angle, subtitle, or interactive graphics stream Set navigation countdown timer Set Button ID and Page ID Set Button to enabled state Set Button to disabled state Set secondary video, audio, and PiP subtitle stream Turn Popup menu off Pause playback Resume playback after pause
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