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The new technology supports Blu-ray discs (and future UHD/4K discs) fully compatible with existing players while offering 12 bits per color for displays and players compatible with the DCE technology.
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The BDA (Blue-ray Disc Association) is currently working on a 4K/UHD format.
It's too soon to know any of the details yet, as this all needs to be sorted out by the BDA technical groups.
But we are excited to have a decision in hand, and are looking forward to sharing more news about it once the specification process has been completed.
Samsung representatives at CES have revealed that the oft-rumored quad-layer Blu-ray format...double the current standard, which could hold upwards of 100GB--will be revamped in preparation for the release of 4K Blu-ray discs by the end of the year.
New process supports Blu-ray discs (and future UHD/4K discs) fully compatible with existing players while offering 12 bits per color for displays with decoding capabilities.
Folded Space Website:
Silicon Image, a leading provider of HD connectivity solutions, today announced that its 4K Ultra HD adaptive scaling video processor with VRS® ClearView™ technology has been designed into OPPO Digital’s new BDP-103D Blu-ray Disc™ player. The SiI9616 video processor uses adaptive techniques designed to scale both video and graphics up to 4K Ultra HD resolution at 60 frames per second and sharpen Blu-ray-quality video by enhancing image details and nuances.
While the Blu-ray disc (BD) format has been on the market for seven years now, it looks like it has enough potential not only for today’s movies in 1920*1080 resolution in 2D or stereo 3D, but maybe even for the forthcoming movies in 4K quality 3840*2160.