What does “BluRay” mean?

Posted on July 17, 2008. Filed under: Definitions | Tags: |

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Blu-ray is an optical disc storage media format, used primarily for storing high-definition video. Releases with this tag are ripped from a BluRay disk. BluRays often associated with 720p and 1080p resolutions.

The actual disc has the same dimensions as a standard DVD or CD. A dual layer Blu-ray Disc can store 50 GB, almost six times the capacity of a dual layer DVD.

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In theory, the quality of a blu-ray is way better than a dvd. But in the real world, some blu-ray is just a cheap dvd upscale conversion to dvd, lefting a quality even worst than the original file.

can u play a blu-ray on dvd player?

No i’m afraid you can’t – you’ll need to buy a Blu-Ray player, or special drive for your computer if you’d like to play it on that.

See here: Sony 1080p Blu-Ray Player @ Amazon.com

You CAN play DVDs on a Blu-Ray player though, most of the time.

oh no.. another update gadget? please no..

A lot of recent releases are tagged as “BluRay.Half”. What is BluRay.Half?

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