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Universal Studio apoia formato HD DVD

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por PCC, 17 de Setembro de 2006. (Respostas: 2; Visualizações: 732)

  1. PCC

    PCC Power Member


    Universal Studios boss deals Blu-ray death blow
    By Stan Beer
    Sunday, 17 September 2006
    In what could be a telling moment in the high definition format war, a high level executive from a major movie studio has publicly come out in favour of the HD DVD format, developed by Toshiba and backed by Microsoft.

    Comments supporting HD DVD last week by Craig Kornblau, president of Universal Studios Home Entertainment, at the electronics design show CEDIA EXPO 2006, have dealt a serious a blow to the Blue-ray camp, led by Sony.

    “The reviews are in and HD DVD is hands down the leader in picture quality, audio experiences and interactive capabilities that have never been seen before,” said Kornblau.

    “Look at the blogs, look at the reviews by the early adopters and even look at the mainstream media – HD DVD has maintained its first-to-market advantage and delivered on the promises of providing the best high definition image and sound quality at the best value for consumers today. Take today’s announcement of new players from Toshiba, new PC hardware from Niveus and new titles like ‘The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift,’ and add the hardware and movies that are coming this Fall and you can see why HD DVD is poised for a strong holiday.”

    According to the the North American HD DVD Promotion Group, with more than 60 of the latest titles available from major studios, HD DVD offers the most titles of any high definition format, with nearly 150 titles expected by the end of 2006.

    Originally, nearly all the major studios lined up behind the Blu-ray format.

    However, HD DVD now has the backing of Universal Studios Home Entertainment, Warner Home Video, Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment, HBO, New Line Home Entertainment and The Weinstein Company.

    Meanwhile, the higher priced Blu-ray format, which was later to market, received a serious set-back two weeks ago. Sony announced that the production of its PlayStation 3 games console, which will offer a way for consumers to get a lower priced Blu-ray player, has been delayed by four months.

    E as coisas se complicam cada vez mais para a Sony...


  2. blastarr

    blastarr Power Member

    Desde quando é que a Universal apoiou outro formato que não o HD-DVD ?
    Isto é alguma novidade ?

    Até nos comments da notícia nesse link os corrigem...

  3. PCC

    PCC Power Member

    Oops... vi a noticia em outro forum... podem apagar ;)



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