Rangers nope, alot of us want


nope, alot of us want to be able to rangers our Blu-ray movie content on our laptops while travelling, and rangers care about the stupid extra disc that costs 5 more version with Digital copy, just want to watch a movie, without installing in in itunes and such. i really hope they have made a deal for a slot loading reading drive for laptops. or even on imacs it is so frustrating they dont even give this as an option on BTO macs. and for those who say the drive doesnt exist, that is just BS so there must be a version available or could be made cheaper for reading BD discs and burning CD/DVD content. 1 a lot of us means nothing. Im sure NAMBLA has a lot of members, but thankfully the percentage of these sickos in society. are quite low. 2 As for the drive not existing, I pointed out that a 7mm drive exists, but a 5mm drive does seem to exist yet. Your link only proves my point. 3 They charge 1000 for for 7mm slot loading BR SuperDrive. How much lower do you actually think a reader would be? 530 is for the desktop-grade tray-loading BRD. 4 Im sure you, et al. , do want to travel with a bunch of BR discs to run a power sucking BR optical drive that may give you just enough juice to watch a single movie, if your lucky, but I prefer to work in an effective and efficient manner when I travel. So I put my video onto a HDD that uses considerably less power, holds considerably more data, costs considerably less money, and takes up considerably less space per GB. My question is, and maybe some of you might know this? Will quicktime after this update use the GPU to decode the H264 stuff or will it still be software based decoding. Quicktime does not even have the capability to decode High Profile H. 264 video right now. Only Base and Main Profiles are supported. Bluray uses High Profile. Also to anyone that compares video streaming and calling it high quality are completely out of touch with what Bluray has to offer. Bluray offer 1920×1080 24p with H. 264 or VC-1 or even MPEG-2 with bitrates as high as 40Mbps. The audio can be as high as 20Mbps. Yes you read that right. I have a concert BD that uses 1 channel 24-bit/96kHz PCM for an audio only bitrate of 6Mbps. If you guys want to compare this kind of capability with a 5Mbps or 6Mbps HD stream for both audio and video, I pity you guys. Bluray makes a huge difference when it comes to displaying on a big screen and a good audio environment. Yes, this is not how majority of people watch home A/V, but again we are talking about high quality here, not lowest common denominator.

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