The meaning of the term Blu-ray (Part 1)

If you regularly download movies online, you probably encounter concepts attached to each movie title such as: CAM, TS, R5, DVDRIP, Blu-Ray, HD (HD 720p, HD 1080p), m-720p, m-HD , t-HD. Although there are many articles on the forums explaining these concepts, most of them are incomplete and scattered.

Each movie title can have many different versions, each copy corresponds to a concept above and that concept will speak the quality of the movie, so this document will be very useful for those who like to collect. movies in particular and everyone interested in movies in general. If you understand these concepts, you will be able to distinguish and compare the differences in quality, advantages and disadvantages between different versions of the same movie title, so that you can choose for yourself. the version (of the movie title) best suited to your needs and conditions for download.

So what is the meaning of the term Bluray? Let’s find out in the following article!

Bluray, to be more precise, Blu-ray disc (BD) is the name of a new generation of digitally formatted optical discs that can record and play back higher quality images and sound. formerly. Another important issue is its capacity: BD can hold five times more than traditional DVD: 25 GB on single-sided disc and up to 50 GB on dual-sided disc. The name blu-ray derives from the basic technology to manufacture these discs, which is the use of blue-violet laser beams to read and write discs.

And blu-ray is not invented by a subsidiary or an individual, it is the product of an entire association (BDA) including manufacturers of electronics and computers. , the world’s largest media. It can be said that the “giant” names in this association such as Apple, Dell, Hewlett Packard, Hitachi, LG.

Matsushita (the parent corporation of Panasonic and National brands), Mitsubishi, Pioneer, Philips, Sony, TDK, 20th Fox, Walt Disney, Waner Bros, etc. Most recently, Sony has launched PS3 game console, in which, the game uses BD. Following in the footsteps of Sony, in the following year, the aforementioned giants will in turn launch products used or related to BD, directing consumers into a trend of new, modern and more expensive DVDs.