Can non Blu-ray movies be played in a Blu-ray player?
Yes, regular DVD's can be played in blu-ray players.
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All Blu-Ray players feature backward compatibility with DVD's,which means that you can play a standard DVD in a Blu-Ray player. However, the reverse is not true. You cannot play a Blu-ray disc ina standard DVD player.
The answer to this is no. Blu-ray may only be played by Blu-ray players due to the fact that Blu-ray DVDs were made with blue and violet rays, hence the name blu-ray, and can only read using those Blue and rays. Absolutely. All discs of every type can be read on all disc reading machines. In a short… answer, No. Blu-Ray is a relatively new technology that compresses much more information (over 50GB, or gigabytes) onto a disc that is physically the same size as a standard DVD. In comparison, a DVD holds a little over 8 GB of data on a dual-layer disc. The difference is the density at which the information is recorded, and the number of layers used. A DVD player doesn't have the ability to focus on the different layers, and the information is encoded differently on Blu-Ray than it is on a DVD. No. Blu-Rays are not DVDs and they will only work on Blu-Ray players. (MORE)
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.
To watch a commercial Bluray disc in high definition, an HD television is needed with HDCP capability. Some older HD televisions do not have the copy protection system and many Bluray players will not operate with them. Almost all Bluray players have an analog, standard definition output that can b…e connected to televisions that are not HD or do not have HDCP compliant inputs. There are also a number of converters that claim to output a VGA signal from an HDMI input and are HDCP compliant as well. Some appear to work very well and deliver an HD output on a standard VGA connector. Extracting HDMI signals to a non-protected format is against the wishes of the HDMI founders and these devices are rarely approved by the HDMI organization. That being the case, there is no guarantee that they will work or continue to work in the future. HDCP is a restrictive data encryption introduced only for the benefit of content owners. It in no way helps the consumer but it does, as in this case, prevent the replay of content if consumer equipment fails to comply. It is great shame that legitimate users are forced to find ways to circumvent the protection having already paid for the right to view the disc. (MORE)
What is the difference of a DVD movie that is a Blu-ray or the regular DVD tht is not a Blu-ray and do each of them play on a regular DVD player?
Blu-ray has finally won the high definition format war, but that is just the beginning. There is a lot of confusion out there among the general public about the difference between DVD and Blu-ray discs. Although Blu-ray discs look exactly the same as DVDs in size and shape there are many differences… between the media, including storage capacity, laser technology, disc construction, image resolution and player compatibility. Storage Capacity Storage capacity is measured in gigabytes (GB), like computers and iPods. The more GB the disc has more information it can hold. . DVD- Single layer DVDs can store about 4.7 GB of data, which is about two hours worth of movie. These are commonly referred to as DVD-5s. Double layer DVDs, or DVD-9s, can store twice the amount of data at 8.7 GB. This equals about four hours of movie, or one "Lord of the Rings" movie. . Blu-ray- Single layer Blu-ray discs store approximately 25 GB of data, this equals about two hours of high definition information or 13 hours of standard definition information. Double layer Blu-ray discs can hold about 50 GB equaling about four and a half hours of high definition information or 26 hours in standard definition. Potentially you could put all three "Lord of the Rings" movies on one double layer Blu-ray disc. . Justuffxpress.com offers DVDs at Great Deals plus free USA shipping. Select from New Releases, TV Shows, Collector's Box Sets, and Special Editions to every genre, Action, Adventure, Children, Classics, Comedy, Westerns and much more (MORE)
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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.
No. Blu-Rays will only work on Blu-Ray players. But DVDs can be played on a Blu-Ray player
You can watch your dvd in your blu-ray player, but you can't watch blu-ray in your dvd player... sent by Macymouse Yes they can, they convert it to HD on the screen
No. Blu-Ray discs will only work on Blu-Ray players. But DVDs can play on Blu-Ray players due to the backwards compatibility enabled
It sounds like your player may be having some issues. Try these steps to fix it: 1. Unplug your Blu-ray player for 5 minutes, then plug it back in and try again. 2. Call the manufacturer of the player to ensure you have the latest updates. 3. Call the manufacturer of the player for service.
the PlayStation does not play blue ray because there was no blue ray when it was made.
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.
It says so on the box. It says so uin the console itself. It's one of the advertised features. Yes.
I've already updated the blu ray player. When it plays updated blu ray movies it stops randomly during the movie and freezes up. The only thing I can do is turn it off, and turn it back on and try to find where I was at in the movie in scene selections. It will stop about 4-5 times during a movie. I…t is quite irritating, do I have a lemon or can I do something about this problem? (MORE)
No they can't. Most commercial discs have a region code and players will check the region before playing. If the region code is not the same as the player, it simply won't play. This is a commercial restriction rather than technical and is implemented to prevent discs being traded outside their own …region. (MORE)
Yes. Blu-Ray discs will only work on a Blu-Ray player. But Blu-Ray players have a backwards compatability that allows it to also play DVDs and music CDs
Not only does the Blu-Ray player have to have WiFi, but it has to be enabled to stream movies. The place to find out whether or not it does would be the owner's manual or the item description
Either the Blu-Ray player needs an update or needs to be looked at for technical difficulties
Can you burn blu ray torrent movies to a regular not blu ray dual layer DVD and watch it on a blu ray player?
If you just want burn downloaded blu ray movies to a DVD disc as data DVD without convert, you can keep the blu ray video quality, but you can't play the burned data DVD on DVD player, only play it on computer. Or if you want to play the burned DVD on regular DVD player, you have to convert and b…urn your downloaded blu ray movies to a standard video DVD that can be played well on regular DVD player, but standard video DVD only support 720x480(ntsc) or 720x576(pal) video resolution highest, don't support higher video resolution, so when convert downloaded blu ray movies to standard video DVD, right software will reduce the video resolution to fit the standard video DVD, but if your DVD player supports divx or xvid, you can convert your downloaded blu ray movies to HD divx or xvid avi files and burn onto a DVD, then play on your divx or xvid DVD player without losing quality. You can try RZ DVD Creator or Nero, it can convert and burn downloaded blu ray movies to standard video DVD that can be played well on regular DVD player, and it also can convert downloaded blu ray movies to HD divx or xvid avi files and burn to DVD that can be played well on Divx or Xvid DVD player. You can yahoo or Google search RZ DVD Creator or Nero and download it, easy to use, hope it can help you.You should be able to get the software necessary from torrents also. (MORE)
That question is still being investigated by the makers of Blu-Ray and there hasn't been an answer so far. Most people think it's due to lack of updating software, but that is not always the case.
You can play Blu-Ray Movies only on a Blue Ray Player and the PS3 is also a Blue-ray player along with a game console. All Blue-ray Players will also play DVDs and CDs and many like the PS3 will upscale them to near 1080P quality if set up to play Blue ray discs in 1080P. My PS3 plays DVDs so much b…etter that I have not used my DVD player since I saw the first DVD play on the PS3. (MORE)
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
Yes it is one of it's features and it also plays DVDs and upgrades them to the level of your HDTV and Connection. Of course nothing can play a Disc in 1080 P if your HDTV and Connection are set up for 480I or 720p. That means if you have a 1080P HDTV connected with an HDMI cable you can play blue ra…y disc movies and games (MORE)
The region free disc works with any Blu-ray player. As explainedbelow: Region A: U.S., Japan, Latin America, East Asia (except China). Region B: Europe, Africa, Australia, New Zealand Region C: China, Russia, India, remaining countries. However, despite the provisions for Blu-ray Disc regio…n coding,many Blu-ray Discs are released without region coding. In thiscase, you can play a non-region coded disc that is released in anyarea of the World. But for the rest, you need region free Blu-rayplayer software to help you. For example, Aurora Blu-ray Playersoftware, etc. (MORE)
Yes, you can. Generally, Blu-rayPLayer could support DVD, BUT Dvd player couldn't support Blu-rayPlayer. Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player which is a good example.
No. Blu-Ray discs will only work in a Blu-Ray player. But DVDs can play in a Blu-Ray player. Blu-Rays are far more advanced in technology than DVDs and DVD players don't have the right type of laser to read Blu-Rays.
I think only PS3 plays them I believe Xbox does not use Blue Ray Discs
Yes it can and the PS3 should be set up for 1080P on a HDTV 1080P
with Blu-ray drive and Blu-ray player software like Samsung SE-506AB + Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac
Yes, an external Blu-ray drive and a Aurora Blu-ray Player for Macwill make it work.
There is several choice. And you can download them for testing,like Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac, etc.
There are media player software that allows you to play blu ray movies and Mac Blu ray player software can do the job so efficiently as it not only plays video movies, music and audio but it also supports photos (Bonus!) and specially it supports all the formats.
Of course, there are several applications in the market now for your playback Blu-ray disc movies on Mac, like Aurora Blu-ray Player, Macgo, DVDfab, etc. By the way, you also need a external Blu-ray drive to help you.
The HDTV needs to be a 1080 P model for full Bluray and the HDTV needs to be connected to a PS3 or Bluray disc player with a HDMI cable. You need a Blu-ray player or laptop to connect your HDTV. You can try Mac Blu-ray Player which can play all the video & audio formats on Mac OS X and Windows …7 including Blu-ray formats files. (MORE)
That really depends. Some discs won't play on some players while it will on others and that doesn't contribute to the lack of updating.
It is quite likely that the Bluray player is faulty. A badly aligned laser may still be able to read the larger DVD tracks but not the much finer tracks on a Bluray disc. Try some different Bluray discs. If none of them work, it might be time to get the player repaired or replaced.
Blu-Ray discs will only play on Blu-Ray players. But regular DVDs can be played on a Blu-Ray player due to the backwards compatibility feature
The updates and steps for updating will vary depending on player. Best thing to do would be to refer to your owner's manual on performing updates
Is any blu-ray movie could be played on a blu- ray player which is not 3d/
Usually yes, not because "blu-ray" players are inherently capable of reading standard DVDs, but because the manufacturer has included standard DVD reading hardware in addition to the "blu-ray" hardware. The reason for this is the perception that most people would be much less interested in buyi…ng a blu-ray player if it would not be able to also play their existing DVD library, since they probably have a significant investment in that library and would not want to immediately throw it out and buy new blu-ray copies (assuming they were even available). (MORE)
Yes you can but with a limitation. Bluray players almost all have a composite video output and audio outputs, normally found as a yellow, red and black RCA connector or perhaps a SCART connector in Europe. Although the player will send a signal to this output, it is only standard definition so you …will not get the benefit of the Bluray HD quality. Players vary in how they output a video signal to a standard definition output so it's worth taking a glance at the manual to confirm. (MORE)
5cc? cc means cubic centimetres which is equal to ml, so 5ml. if you mean cl, then that is equal to 50ml
No a PS2 can not play Blu-ray discs and can only play CDs and DVDs.
Only if it is a 3D blu-ray player. If it is a 3D blu-ray player it won't work.
Yes. The only difference between a regular Blu-Ray and a 3D Blu-Ray is that the 3D Blu-Ray ALWAYS plays the movie in 3D
Computers can only play Blu-Ray discs if their optical drive is a Bluray drive rather than a DVD.
No, you can't play blu-ray discs on a DVD player. You can however play DVDs with a blu-ray player.
A regular DVD cannot play blue ray movies. You have to purchase an actual blue ray player.