What procedure is used to 'unfreeze' DVD's in your memorex blu ray disc player model mvbd2520?
Answer . Yes! There is going to be a Portable Blu-Ray Disc Player in Late 2008.
Order the firmware disc from sony and it'll come with instructions!, and I know this because I've done this myself and I know what I'm talking about!, thank you very much! =).
A Blu ray player will play a standard DVD (as long as the region code is compatible). You should check your Blu ray player for upscaling capability (with upscaling, the Blu ray player will deliver the highest possible quality even from standard DVD's - otherwise you will only get full performance …from Blu ray discs). (MORE)
As of 2009-09-09 you can not. Blu-ray discs need software that can decode the material in order to play the Blu-ray disc. Windows Media Player does not have Blu-ray decoding capability. A 3rd party software such as WinDVD can be used to playback Blu-ray discs on Windows computers. There are al…so hardware requirements to properly display blu-ray movies. (MORE)
The first disc system using blue LEDs was introduced by Sony in October 2000. But it was not officially called "Blu-ray" until February 2002.
To make a Blu-ray disc, you need a Blu-ray writer or burner. You will also need suitable multimedia software, though most Blu-ray burners come with some software.
A Blu-rayay disc can only be played on a Blu-Ray player. The name Blu-ray name is derived from the color of the laser beam that the player uses to read the discs.
No, but you could buy a cheap blu-ray player for Â£150 or you could get the best blu-ray player, which is also a gaming system, for Â£400 --- PlayStation III.
no it's the other way around blu ray players can play normal dvd's with blu ray
\nIt is unlikely that US material will work on European equipment for two reasons. \n. \nFirst, North America operates on a 60Hz field rate, meaning that images are delivered to the screen 60 times each second. In Europe, the field rate is 50Hz. Color encoding is also different for analog signal…s. Many European players and monitors will adjust automatically if they see 60Hz content so this problem is not seen often with modern equipment.\n. \nThe second problem is a bigger one. Commercial DVDs and Bluray discs are region coded. A disc that is coded for North America will only work on North American players. Likewise, European discs are restricted to European players. \n. \nSome DVD and Bluray players are region free, meaning they will play any disc from any region. These tend to be professional decks rather than domestic. Also, non commercial discs do not have the region coding and can also be played on any disc.\n. \nThe only way to be sure is to try it and see if your set up works. If it does, then it is a bonus for you. (MORE)
The first DVR Blue prototypes were unveiled at the CEATEC exhibition in October 1999. They were invented in the year 1999. but in 7 years later they first officially released in June 2006.
BluRay discs carry high definition television and therefore store data in a high density format. A standard definition DVD player will not recognise a BluRay disc and will simply report an error if one is loaded.\n. \nOn the other hand, a BluRay player will not only play BluRay discs but will also… handle standard DVDs. Most will also recognise and play CD format discs. Most Bluray players will also down convert the HD signal from a BluRay disc so that it can be viewed on a standard definition television. In this case, of course, the image quality will be the same as any other standard definition signal. To benefit from the high definition signal, an HD television is also required. (MORE)
No. A blue ray disc has a blueray laser to read the HD disc. Also a blueray player needs a spinning reader to read the blueray disc. The spinning reader is also what is used to read DVD's and therefore will read DVD's. A DVD player does not need a blueray laser because the disc can be read without o…ne. If you want a movie in HD but you don't want to buy a whole new player, you can buy a HDVD (HD DVD).A normal DVD player will read that. (MORE)
No, a Blu-Ray disc requires a Blu-Ray compatible device, such as a standalone player, a PlayStation 3, or even a computer (with a compatible drive installed).
To watch a Bluray disc in high definition, an HD television is needed. However, almost all Bluray players have an analog, standard definition output that can be connected to televisions that are not HD and do not have HDMI inputs.
The highest HD resolution is 1080p (or 1080 pixels) and in order to get the best HD from the Blu-Ray disc, the TV's resolution should be 1080p as well. A lower native resolution television will reduce the effective resolution.
You can play a normal DVD or Blu-ray disc on blu-ray player But CAN'T play a blu-ray disk on normal DVD player. However, blu-ray disks work better than normal DVD's . Blu-ray havemore capability and provide super high definition visual fantasy.
yea its just a more new generation DVD It is the size of a DVD, but it is able to contain many times the information as on a DVD and it is not a DVD. It will not play on a DVD player.
Blu-Rays can hold up to a maximum of 50 GB of data, which is 5 times more data than a DVD can hold at a maximum
A blu-ray disc player is a disc player that plays blu-ray discs and DVDs. They usually used with TVs.
NO, buy a blu ray player to play blu ray discs. No, it will not.
Hi, It simply depends on the model of player. A lot of the current Bly-Ray players still have S-Video, Composite, or Component connections on the back (but not all players). I think many Blu-Ray players will include analog outputs for a while yet, but it kind of defeats the object of Blu-Ray. It's… possible that analog connections will soon become rare in favour of HDMI (a purely digital connection, the best picture quality available.) I don't think it will be very long before Blu-Ray players have HDMI outputs ONLY. The best analog connection for many years in the UK has been RGB via the SCART connection (many TV's support this). However, many Blu-Ray players do not have a SCART socket any more (used in Japan too?). 99% of TV's made in the last 15 years will accept a Composite video signal (single plug), but this gives by far the WORST picture quality (yuck!). Some older TV's will not accept an NTSC / PAL60 signal which many DVD / Blu-Ray players output nowadays. Component analog connections (three plugs for the video / not including the sound!) are slightly newer, and give a vastly superior picture quality to composite or S-Video (if your TV has the inputs for Component of course.) The picture quality with a Component connection will be very similar, if not better than RGB in most cases, but importantly, a Component connection also allows High Definition (HD) picture quality on newer TV's which support it. Of course, with ANY analog connections you're sacrificing a lot of the HD picture quality benefits of Blu-Ray. If your TV accepts anything less than HD via a Component connection, then using a Blu-Ray player is fairly pointless, and you might as well stick with DVD only. So, yes you can currently connect many models of Blu-Ray player to an older TV which does not have an HDMI input. HD via Component can also be excellent (almost as good as HDMI in most cases), but HDMI can give stunning pixel-perfect quality from Blu-Ray. btw, please don't confuse Composite with Component! In summary... Composite (analog) = WORST picture quality + NO HD ! S-Video (analog) = slightly better than composite + NO HD ! (popular on US TV's). RGB (analog) = much better than the first two. Usually not HD unless via VGA socket. Component (analog) = similar to RGB, but also allows HD (if your TV supports it.) HDMI (digital) = The BEST connection currently available. All "HD Ready" TV's should have HDMI, and support at least the 720p HD resolution. (NOTE: Using the current highest HD resolution of 1080p is dependant on your TV.) OzOnE. (MORE)
no yes most Blu-ray disc players also play DVDs and CDs. The PS3 will and so does most of Sony Blu-ray disc players and many upgrade the DVDs to near HD quality.
A blu-ray disc is used to record videos or shows. It is like a VCR but also like a DVD
Yes, it is available in India, but the Region Code will be "C". "A" (for example) is for The Americas (North, Central & South) , and their dependencies, East Asia (except China and Mongolia ), and Southeast Asia. And "B" is for Africa, Southwest Asia, Europe (except Belarus, Russia and Ukraine…), Oceania, and their dependencies. (MORE)
Yes, it certainly can, if you do have a Blue-ray drive in your computer. If you do not own a Blue-ray Drive in your computer, you will be unable to run it on a computer.
Not all Blu-Ray discs are compatible with all players, but the best thing to do would be to take it to a place that can identify the problem and fix it, or go online to the manufacturer's website and go to the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) or Help Center
The PlayStation 3 reads both formats of Blu-Ray Disks (Dual Layer, Single Layer). The capacity of these disks vary by manufacturer and model (i.e. with DVD-R and DVD+R) however, the two main capacities are 50GB and 100GB.
no you need a blue ray player or play station 3 with has the blue ray laser in
If you're talking about length, the Blu-Ray disc is the same exact size of a DVD. But if you're talking about memory size, I think it is 50GB.
Most Bluray players can play either DVDs or Bluray discs using a standard definition television. Almost all Bluray players have an analog composite, S-video or component output that can be used. Before purchasing, check that the player has an output that the television can accept. Note that the qua…lity of the image will be standard definition and not HD. All Bluray players today limit their analog outputs to SD so even with an HD television, analog inputs will not deliver HD images. (MORE)
DVD players cannot play Bluray discs. The lasers and the data storage are different so no data can be read from a Bluray disc in a DVD drive. That is the case whether or not there is any up-scaling available in the player. Bluray players on the other hand are quite happy to play DVDs as well as Blu…ray discs. (MORE)
To burn your own Blu-Ray discs, you will need a Blu-Ray burner. The hardware will come with the software you need. You can try leawo blu-ray creator which is relatively cheap and can burn the movies in good quality.
First, your player has to be WiFi enabled AND must include the Pandora app, for not all of them do.
No, they are written with different light which means that a DVD player cannot read blu-ray, however, a blu-ray player can read DVD's.
Yes, although it depends on if the American DVD is a Blu-Ray disc... Many American DVD's come in Blu-Ray and in the normal version, so if you're looking to buy one, just make sure on the cover it says Blu-Ray. :] :) I hope I helped. Signed, Aalyiah
One recommendation is to unscrew the top of the player off and practically take it out yourself. If you don't want to do that, then its best to take it to a place where they can look at it
Yes. But be aware that not all updates are necessary. Some of the recent movies actually have the necessary updates installed onto them and will install the updates into your player if necessary
What can you do if you play regular DVD's in your Blu-ray player and your Blu-ray player wont' play Blu-ray DVD's anymore?
If the player won't play Blu-Rays as well as it used to, it most likely needs an update or probably needs to be taken to a place to check for any possible errors and/or malfunctions
How do you fix the drawer on your Memorex MVBD2520 Blu-Ray Player The disc drawer is stuck in the open position I kinda know what's wrong with it but I can't figure out how to fix it?
Unless there is something stuck in the CD tray or the gears are jammed, you should be able to engage the gear to close the drawer by pushing the drawer closed (not too hard) with your hand.
No. The only thing touching the disc, is a laser light, at such low power, there is no harm.
Maybe. Some BD's are coded region-free, so can be played by aBlu-Ray player in any country. About 70% of the discs out there areregion free, but most current releases from studios have regioncoding which will not permit a US player to play a UK disc. With Blu-ray it's Region A, B, and C North Amer…ica is Region A: Americas, Japan, Korea and South EastAsia. Europe is Region B: Europe, Middle East, Africa and Australia Asia is Region C: Russia, India, Mainland China and Central Asiacountries. we offer best prices on multisystem-electronics onregion-free-dvd-blu-ray-players (MORE)
The easiest way I have used is to use a bd burning program and it is very useful and essy.The burnt quality is very good.
There is several choice. And you can download them for testing,like Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac, etc.
Either because the player needs an update or some other reason having to most likely do with technical difficulties
The beginning of Blu Ray was first announced in 2002, and it was first launched in Japan in 2003. The players for the discs did not become globally available till about 2006, however.
For a more basic blu-ray disc player you might give 70 dollars. For one with wifi and other features you can as much as 120 dollars. I suggest browsing Amazon for these. Amazon usually gives lower prices and you can read customer reviews too.
No, the disc won't be damaged in any way but it will definitely not play
No. Blu-Ray discs will only work on Blu-Ray players, but DVDs can be played on a Blu-Ray player thanks to the backwards compatibility feature
Only if it is a 3D blu-ray player. If it is a 3D blu-ray player it won't work.