Maybe some bluray players will play p files, but that is NOT a bluray spec and not all players will play any old video file; they are designed to play official bluray spec discs. Use a BD RE disc so you can erase it if you are not pleased. They obviously want to sell Vegas. The interlaced standard, for example i, i and so on, is a left over from the time one used CRT television sets.
All plasmas convert these to 25p or 30p 24p being an adaption to the old 24fps film standard. The lack of an implementation of a global standards for cameras and disc formats leaves the consumer confused and frusrated which in no way helps the camera buyer. It would be much more helplful to have a "write directly to Blu Ray" option.
Blu Ray discs are now cheap and have been readily accessible for many years. The discrepancy of 50p or 60p is related to AC standards which obviously are different in various parts of the world and can not be changed. There appears to much less acceptance of lack of industral standards in Europe than in the US and Japan. I want to use bluray mainly so that i can store my video on a shelf to watch it in many years to come, so i think its more reliable than saving in to a memory stick which is easy to lose due to the size or a HDD which i wouldn't know will work in many years down the line.
I'm finding that there are now countless devices out there that can record video at 50p or 60p but there is still no ideal solution to archive the footage, it feels like theres a gap in the market here, either that, or a very conflicting, confusing amount of info as to what is the method to use for archiving. However, I think i will video my holiday in 50p and cross the bridges of problems with archiving when i get back home.
The simple answer is no, the Blu-Ray specification currently only includes codecs for video at framerates lower than 30 at p and i resolutions. Sorry if I incorrectly stated that things were possible that weren't - I don't even see p30 or i60 in the list.
This is an excellent question, and my answer is yes, it would start to seem a bit outdated It takes a lot! I can fill up a 4GB memory card with p30 which isn't very big compared to p60 in less than fifteen minutes.
Editing for Blu-Ray might get rid of some of that data but it still will make your editing station shake and smoke a bit I think. In Europe and the UK, my understanding is new HD televisions usually run 60 frames per second content just fine if they are certified as such. Of course, if you run into a player or a television that does not support it, you're out of luck, so the argument goes why chance it? The difference is pretty slight, 50 versus 60 frames a second, which is already going to eat your memory card up pretty quickly.
If you want to record any amount of video, p25 or p24 may actually be a better way to go. If you start out recording 50 frames a second and burn at 25, you'd have to delete every second frame or mesh them together which I would expect to be ugly before you put it on the disc, since you simply can't put video rates on a Blu-Ray disc that aren't supported.
In short it is best to record something that you know will be supported by a Blu-Ray disc. On the other hand, as I mentioned Youtube has a 10 minute video limit or it did, maybe they've increased it again and supports pretty big sizes of video, so if you wanted to make the most of that, why not record at p60? Most of the quality should remain after YouTube reencodes your upload assuming it doesn't reject the file as too big.
I have just consulted Sony, Sony Vegas and Pioneer regarding the ability of Blu Ray players to render 50p and they again assure me that there is no problem with this the standard denoted as "H level 4. The wikipedia info cited earlier on this forum they claim is outdated.
My own findings support this. It would be a shame and a waste to go down to p. Possibly in the US where people are used to the very poor NTSC devised during ww2, p would appear good enough but here in Europe, where we at least had PAL for low definition, one does expect a bit more quality. There are now Blu Ray discs with extreme longevity years, difficult to prove which would be extra well suited for long term storage. Much better than hard drives if you really are concerned about keeping the material for posterity.
However it is somewhat confusing It seems like its contributors are knowledgeable, but I wouldn't bet on the inquiries with sony, pioneer and wikipedia's for being accurate. Aside from producing a BD disc, the same quality video can be burned on a conventional DVD in i 60 with the same high quality viewing results. Has anyone actually viewed i videos on a large screen 55" or greater is there an actual difference that clearly there???
Well Idreos, I can fully understand the confusion since the industry seem to go out of their way to make the whole issue difficult to understand. There are many reasons for this. When large screen, HD technology came about, all digital standards should have conformed to this. Instead lack of standardisation kept on low resolution formats like DVD which was designed to cater for the old i CRT sets which were rarely larger than 28".
CRT sets demanded an interlaced technology. In order to protect largely nonsense coming out of Hollywood from being copied this idea was not carried on with Blu Ray and HD technology. Blu Ray burning was limited to PCs. The large screen technology was based on progressive rather than interlaced pictures. There can only be commercial, rather than technical reasons why manufacturers still go on about DVDs in an environment where they should not exist at all.
There unfortunately is money to be made from confusing the customer and protecting rather low taste Hollywood interests, otherwise we would not be having this "conversation". With standard def video, it was easy to simply connect your camcorder to a stand alone dvd recoder under the tv, but with HD now taking over, it seems we have the gadgets to create our very own hd footage, but very very little for archiving and playback!
Only Panasonic who no other brand? There seems to be nothing out there for "joe avarage" to buy to transfer and archive the HD footage onto in a quick and hasstle free way while at the same time keeping full original HD quality. Disks may not be becoming obsolete, but they're much less important than just a few years ago.
I used to burn all my home videos to DVD, but I don't anymore. For the same price as a blu-ray burner, I bought a 2 terabyte hard drive where I can store hundreds if not thousands of videos. Boxes that will stream video to your TV are cheap these days, and face it, making and storing disks is a lot more hassle that simply copying the video over to a hard drive.
Hard drives can of course be used, but against then remain the fact that they eventually crash so you need the back up with more than one which are up dated with your latest material all the time. Storing unused hard drives for several years is probably not a good idea either since it contains moving parts. A good quality Blu Ray disc probably lasts "indefinately", probably hundreds of years as stated on some of them. Blu Ray discs now exist in up to GB which is usually enough.
Sony Vegas Movie Studio 11, and some other versions of editing software, can perform the conversion while editing, but you lose quality in the process, essentially defeating the purpose, and require more PC power to pull off. You get nearly all the image quality, and less than half the headache, when the time comes to edit and share. To edit video clips shot at this setting still requires a 2. Ideally, you need an i7 grade machine, though you might be able to edit small volumes on an i3 or i5 device.
The format is completely compatible with Blu-ray. If you want to upload your edited result to YouTube, you could use almost any format, but can expect some quality loss due to the bandwidth limitations. Lots of YT viewers use the default p setting anyway, to avoid buffering delays or hangs. Camera stability, good light, scene composition, subject, and clever editing will matter far more in how viewers appreciate the final result.
I have had hdd's fail, so i would avoid buying a 1tb drive, it's like putting all your eggs in one basket! Well, not one hard drive, but at least two. Betting that your disks will last indefinitely is risky. I've had disks fail after just a few years. Also, the idea of carting disks around to friends and family is increasingly antiquated.
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We do apologize for the confusion. If you are referring to the post of my colleague RonC, the "Store" in the "Opera TV Store" does not mean that you need to purchase additional apps, its developer just decided to name it that way. The applications in that app are free, and some can be downloaded for free but require monthly subscriptions.
Hope this helps. What would it take to get Sony to add support for the FandangoNow app then? Many streaming devices already have this. On my box, it shows the "flixster" app, but on the system itself, it isn't shown as an available app What gives? Perhaps some false advertising? Had I known that, I wouldn't have purchased this model.
NOT a Sony. Or maybe a Roku. Is what I should have bought to begin with, but I wanted the option to play disks, too. It boggles my mind that I can't add streaming media apps to a streaming media player. Isn't that what they are for? I could only have Netflex and Opera TV in my apps list and could not find sych as youtube, amazon and other apps as showed in apps list in USA.
Please help me to fix it. Due to proximity, they are in a better position to respond to your questions or concerns. Sony opera is an useful option. I couldn't agree with you more. Here i am trying to download HBO on the go.. Its a joke. It's going right back to the store.
Sony is terrible. I wish I had known this in advance. That's not very user friendly. No HBO Go???? Well then I would not purchase nor tell anyone else to do so. Adding apps isn't exactly new technology. Does the Opera TV app have the Nosey app to add to my player? We apologize for any inconvenience that this may have caused. Though our players have an Opera TV Store which is an online application delivery service from the Opera browser that provides apps that will work with your Blu-ray Disc player or audio system, we can not still guarantee that all third-party applications are available and can be added.
We also cannot provide the list of the applications name and a specific number since the Opera TV Store is always being updated. I want to add Amazon music, but I cant seem to find it. If the bluray player wont let me download the apps I want, I will find on that will Not the wants and needs of the customer. Do you see that or are you to narrow minded to understand?
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This time around, however, there are many factors that are different. First, Blu-Ray was developed and is being supported not only by Sony, but by a strong coalition of companies. HD DVD is backed by a similar coalition. However, Sony and Toshiba appear to be the dominant players in each camp.
Similar to the battle for VCR formats, this battle finds both sides vying for superiority on image quality, disc capacity, price, and availability of content. But there are factors that may make these issues not nearly as important as they were three decades ago. First, both technologies are evolving very rapidly. Thus, the technology that initially has the advantage on any given factor could quickly find the tables turned.
Second, since the early s, the video-game industry has demonstrated that three competing formats can exist with each one succeeding. And fourth, many industry insiders predict that the wave of the future will be non-physical media, including online video and video-on-demand television.
This may result in both formats failing as consumers bypass the concept of a disc altogether. Discussion Questions 1. Classify the high definition DVD market using the product life-cycle framework. Based on this analysis, what objectives and strategies should Sony and the other competitors pursue? Are any of the competitors deviating from this formula? The answer to this question will depend on the evolution of high definition DVD and when this case is analyzed. At the time this case was written, the technologies were just being introduced to the market.
Likely, as Principles of Marketing 12e is released, high definition DVD will still be in the introductory stage of the product life cycle. But this could change quickly over the course of and Nonetheless, this case could still be analyzed as per the written case. The introductory phase is characterized by a period of slow sales growth and low to non-existent profits. This should be considered, not in terms of how many units have been sold to date, but in the perspective of the potential of the product category.
In other words, it may appear that both formats are selling a high number of units. But relative to the potential size of the market, when is rapid growth really taking place? Given an introductory stage, the companies involved should be doing the following: Promotion: Each should be spending heavily on promotion and advertising.
Promotion should be focused on informing consumers of the new product, rather than seeking to create brand preference through differentiation. In this case, it appears as though both formats are touting points of difference from the get-go, trying to jockey for early advantage in what should be a highly competitive market. The text Table 9.
However, this is a durable product, not a consumable. Thus, consumer sales promotions are not necessarily appropriate. It does not appear that either camp is using consumer sales promotions and introduction. Of course, if sales are sluggish, that would very likely change. Distribution: In the introductory phase, companies should invest heavily in building distribution networks. It appears that this is the case for both formats. This situation is unique, given that each side is backed by a coalition of corporations that span the supply chain, even including entertainment content companies.
Thus, there is a heavy emphasis on getting the players distributed as well as having a strong distribution of content that will be playable on the players. Price: As far as pricing goes, both a skimming and a penetration strategy are appropriate.
But it is clear that Toshiba is committed to accelerating product adoption through its pricing strategy despite possibly selling it at a loss. Product: In the introductory stage, the product is generally basic with few versions or options. Based on the information in the case, this is true. Toshiba, the first to market, has two models while Pioneer has only one. As sales of the new DVD players increase, what will happen to the characteristics of the home video market and the strategies employed by Sony and other competitors?
The answers to this are contained in Table 9. Students should use this table and the accompanying text as they respond to this question. They should be encouraged to study and learn this material. Instructors should also be certain to point out the pattern in strategy as a product progresses from one stage of the product life cycle to the next. For example, sales go from low to high to highest, then decline.
In parallel, profits, competitors, and customers also follow this pattern. If it is connected to the internet, and you have a Netflix account, it is no different that your gaming stations that will play netflix. When it comes on there are options for programming your accounts.
Is this model able to connect wirelessly with my home's router? Yes, Sarah. That is the reason I bought it. ANY product made, now, with wifi capability can be "adapted" to an existing wireless system. It will require the purchase of a wireless adapter that is compatible with your system.
If you look at the DVD Player, there is a "usb port" on the front right of the bluray player. T… see more Yes, Sarah. You should be able, by pulling up menus with your remote control to use the DVD software with your player and some only require that you push a button on your router while the "key" searches for the signal.
Sony makes one that can be used with anything with a usb port, for sure, and would upload the information, as I explained. I have Linksys, and I need to move to a faster router set up, myself, but IF I get the adapter, it would be able to be wireless. NOW, finally Those adapters are at least Yes, you can do it with one of these, but is it worth it cost to value for YOU?
Can this play Region A, B or C. Does this player provide closed caption? I'm not sure if you mean Closed Caption or Subtitles. Don't bet on me, but I think the majority of all the disc have English Subtitles if its a North America disc as a standard feature. The subtitle feature is usual… see more I'm not sure if you mean Closed Caption or Subtitles. The subtitle feature is usually on the remote control. Sony usually labels it as "Subtitle".
Are you sure you want to Yes No. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. No notes for slide. Sony Corporation 1. Classify the high-definition DVD market using the product life-cycle framework. Based on this analysis, what objectives and strategies should Sony and the other competitors pursue? Are any of the competitors deviating from this formula? Product Development : When the company finds and develops a new-product idea.
Introduction : It is a period of slow sales growth as the product is introduced in the market. Profit is nonexistent because of heavy expenses of product introduction. Growth : It is a period of rapid market acceptance and increasing profits Maturity : It is a period of slowdown in sales growth because the product has achieved acceptance by most potential buyer.
Decline : It is the period when sales fall off and profits drop. High Definition DVD were than in the introductory stage of the product life cycle. But this changed quickly over the course of and Now , the product is going through the growth stage. As sales of the new DVD players increase, what will happen to the characteristics of the home video market and the strategies employed by Sony and other competitors? PRICE 3. This time Sony won in both the distribution of players and rented movies.
Distribution strategy therefore remains as a critical component. In this various additional features like Wi-Fi facility and memory slots were provided with PlayStation 3. This helps in value-buying for the customers. The suppliers in this case were the content providers- the movie studios. Theoretical Framework Who are the current combatants in the battle for the home video market? Who will they be in five years?
Apple and Microsoft. I just don't bother with an iPod. The iTunes experience made the iPod valuable. This is the first place where experts are wrong; they rely on the past. They insist that Apple's adoption of and success with controlling the user experience means everyone must now do it to win. Marketing experts, like military commanders, are always preparing for the last war and not thinking about the one in the future.
In new technology markets, absent an overwhelming marketing buzz, engineering and the advantages it brings are likely to win. HD-DVD has top-notch system design and that means player stability and lower cost and consistent manufacturing.
HD-DVD is half the cost of Blu-ray and every player sold comes with an ethernet port to do upgrades because Toshiba focused on functionality, not the experience. The iPod and its experience came out years after I had an MP3 player and Apple got into that business because it was already popular and just needed a killer product. Early adopters are not worried about the 'experience', they want the best tool.
I still have three Replays in my house because they are better than TiVo. I simply configured them so my wife had the easy experience she likes. Betamax was also championed by Sony, and this is one fight they can't afford to lose. Experts will contend that Blu-ray cannot lose because Sony is betting it all; their movie studios on the home viewer market, their Playstation 3 with gamers and computers with everyone else. Marketing people love to think big companies who bet it all can't lose - and it's a safe bet.
Sony only stopped making Betamax players in so it's true they stick to their guns, but not losing hardly counts as a win. Betting it all means they will do whatever it takes, the theory goes. That's marketing talk, not business. Showing support does not mean they will drive their business into the ground. Plus, they are squared off against a team with another company that's used to sticking with a plan named Microsoft: Did you use Windows 1, 2 or 3?
I didn't either. But a lot of people used Windows 3. Microsoft can stick to a plan in a way that conservative committees making decisions at Sony cannot. Of course, just because Microsoft sticks with a decision doesn't mean they are fanatical. You don't see them promoting Microsoft Bob these days. But when they believe, they put their money behind it.
Netscape used to own the browser market too but Microsoft won that with an inferior product. HD-DVD has the benefit of not only being not inferior, it's also cheaper. Hollywood: The most ridiculous, faith-based nonsensical thing I have read or heard on this subject has been that the Warner Bros. Nothing could be further from financial reality. Broadcom and Sigma and other chip companies have to think about foundries and inventory and manufacturing estimates - without huge write-offs, they are stuck on their path.
Hollywood studios do not have that concern because they are not in the manufacturing business. Studios are going to make movies in whatever format the public wants, Warner Bros. Whatever money Warner Bros. But they do not dictate to the market what the market will buy. How can that be possible? Is a player that costs twice as much going to win based on movie sales? Not necessarily. If Blu-ray sells machines and each customer bought 7 discs with it, that's good for studios and not great for player manufacturers.
Which of those groups can easily change direction?
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