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New York Times: Fiddling With Formats While DVD Burns

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Roberto Carlo, Dec 25, 2005.

  1. Aaron_Brez

    Aaron_Brez Supporting Actor

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    Sure:

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    It's Steve Tirado, CEO of Silicon Image, as quoted by Jim Sandusky of Samsung in June of this year.
     
  2. Joe Schwartz

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    Thanks for the info, Aaron -- it sounds like the issues are still being worked out. I was under the impression that HDMI 1.0 supported 1080/24p and 1080/30p, but I don't know about 1080/60p.
     
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    Hey, it's news to me, too. I always though 1080p would be fine over HDMI. Looks a bit different.
     
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    Terry,

    BEST post I've seen on this subject in quite some time. I agree with you 100% and think you're right on the money in your analysis of the situation. [​IMG]

    I also agree with Francis that the "hot" market right now is portability(Ipod, PSP, UMD). These things are catching on much faster than HD-DVD/Blu-Ray ever will because sadly most people choose convenience over quality.
     

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