Difference between revisions of "Blu Ray and HD-DVD Playback Status"

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*hd-dvd Samples: http://samples.mplayerhq.hu/evob/
*HD-DVD samples: http://samples.mplayerhq.hu/evob/


last updated july 9 2007
Last updated july 9 2007


latest svn is reccomended.
Latest SVN is always reccomended.


HD-DVD/bluray disc decryption is not supported yet.
Niether [[HD DVD]] nor [[Blue-ray]] disc decryption are supported yet.


This page only details playing the files ripped using other programs.
This page only details playing the files ripped/decrypted using other programs.




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|hddvd subtitles
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| bgcolor="orange" | unknown
| bgcolor="orange" | unknown
| bgcolor="orange" | unknown
| bgcolor="orange" | unknown
 
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|HD DVD subtitles
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| bgcolor="lime" | yes
| bgcolor="lime" | yes
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Note:<br>
'''Notes!:'''<br>
H.264 implementation does not support PAFF.<br>
H.264 implementation does not yet support PAFF.<br>
Native VC-1 implementation does not decode all samples correctly.<br>
Native VC-1 implementation does not yet decode all samples correctly.<br>
For MPEG-2, hardware acceleration via [[XvMC]] is available.
For MPEG-2, hardware acceleration via [[XvMC]] is available.


http://svn.mplayerhq.hu/soc/eac3/
http://svn.mplayerhq.hu/soc/eac3/
*for eac3 decoder + patch for ffmpeg
*for [[EAC3]] decoder + patch for [[FFmpeg]]




==See also==
==See also==
* [[HD DVD]] - a next-generation optical disc format designed for high-density storage of high-definition video and data.
* [[Blue-ray]] - another next-generation optical disc format designed for high-density storage of high-definition video and data
* [[X-Video Motion Compensation|X-Video Motion Compensation (XvMC)]] - hardware accelerated video decoding API for X11
* [[X-Video Motion Compensation|X-Video Motion Compensation (XvMC)]] - hardware accelerated video decoding API for X11
* [[Video Acceleration API |Video Acceleration API (VA API)]] - independent hardware accelerated video decoding API
* [[Video Acceleration API |Video Acceleration API (VA API)]] - independent hardware accelerated video decoding API

Revision as of 03:51, 7 January 2008

Last updated july 9 2007

Latest SVN is always reccomended.

Niether HD DVD nor Blue-ray disc decryption are supported yet.

This page only details playing the files ripped/decrypted using other programs.


Codec FFmpeg (de)muxer MPlayer (de)muxer Works? Status?
H.264 hddvd native yes yes yes yes
VC-1 hddvd native and binary yes yes yes yes
MPEG-2 hddvd native yes yes yes yes
EAC3 hddvd audio yes yes yes works in soc repo
Blue-ray subtitles unknown unknown unknown unknown
HD DVD subtitles yes unknown unknown in progress
DVD menus native and libmpeg2 ?? dvd menu patch menu background movie displayed with dvdnav:// there is only so much free time :)

Notes!:
H.264 implementation does not yet support PAFF.
Native VC-1 implementation does not yet decode all samples correctly.
For MPEG-2, hardware acceleration via XvMC is available.

http://svn.mplayerhq.hu/soc/eac3/


See also

  • HD DVD - a next-generation optical disc format designed for high-density storage of high-definition video and data.
  • Blue-ray - another next-generation optical disc format designed for high-density storage of high-definition video and data
  • X-Video Motion Compensation (XvMC) - hardware accelerated video decoding API for X11
  • Video Acceleration API (VA API) - independent hardware accelerated video decoding API