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Old 03-30-2012, 06:30 AM   #1
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LXer: Lib-Ray Video Standard: Moving to SDHC Flash Media


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In Spring 2011, I started a project to attempt to create a free-culture compatible / non-DRM alternative to Blu-Ray for high-definition video releases on fixed-media, and after about a year hiatus, I'm getting back to it with some new ideas. The first is that I've concluded that optical discs are a bust for this kind of application, and that the time has come to move on to Flash media, specifically SDHC/SDXC as the hardware medium. This is a more expensive choice of medium, and still not perfect, but it has enough advantages to make it a clear choice now.

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Old 03-30-2012, 09:29 AM   #2
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If you're gonna use h264 anyway, you can just use a DVD or dual layer DVD. It is much cheaper and better.
 
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Only as long as your films are not longer than 56 minutes.
 
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Only at 1080p, at 720p you can fit Watchmen UC (215 min) on a single DVD-R single layer.
 
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Right, haven't thought about using 720p.
 
  


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