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Message » 06 Jan 2006 18:21

A tous les amateurs de haute définition sur PC, bon courage .... :
http://www.hardware.fr/articles/603-1/h ... crans.html

Et il n'est pas dit que des problèmes ne vont pas également apparaître sur les écrans TV....
Merci les Majors :roll:
Si ça merde vraiment trop, une lueur d'espoir pour accéder à la HD par une simple prise YUV ?? à suivre.....
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Message » 06 Jan 2006 20:07

bonsoir
mon fis a un ordi plutôt balaise et avec sa 6800 gt sa fonctionne sans probleme , j'ais regarder des demo hd , ainsi que des films , mais peux être ne sont t'il pas protéger encore.
on a fait le test sur le pio 436xde et vraiment l'image est de toute beauté , dommage que le pc soi pas si convivial que sa , enfin pour moi .
d'apres moi il va avoir probleme cet sur les plasma a bas prix , la effectivement je pense que sa va coincer entre le 50 et 60 hz + le reste il va y avoir effectivement des Ă©crans tout noir.
merci pour l'infos
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Message » 06 Jan 2006 20:15

video man a écrit: mais peux être ne sont t'il pas protéger encore.


Gagne !

Mais je trouve le reveil de HFR un peu tardif...

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Message » 06 Jan 2006 20:21

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mais consoler vous il y a déjà des appareil qui font sauter la protection macrovision et hdcp :D
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Message » 06 Jan 2006 20:29

re moi en plus pour reconforter tout sa pio vient de l'ancer son premier lecteur graveur pc hd

Pioneer Launches Its First Internal Blu-Ray Disc Writer
Supporting BD-R and BD-RE formats in recording/playback, and BD-ROM format in playback

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BDR-101A


December 27, 2005, Tokyo, Japan - Pioneer Corporation announced today that the company's first internal BD/DVD writer with ATAPI connection for Windows PCs has recently been developed. The new Pioneer BDR-101A complies with the latest specifications for the BD-R (Blu-ray Disc recordable), BD-RE (Blu-ray Disc rewritable), and the BD-ROM (Blu-ray Disc read-only memory). It is expected to start shipping at the end of January, 2006*1.

Single-layer BD-R and BD-RE discs can store up to 25 gigabytes*2 of data, about five times more than a conventional DVD disc, supporting a high-speed data transfer rate of a maximum of 72Mbps (2x) for both reading and writing. It is possible to record over two hours of a high-definition (HD) video (at 24Mbps transfer rate) on a single disc. This level of storage capacity and transfer speed is expected to make possible a wide range of applications, such as server data backup and video storage.

For BD-ROM discs, a wide variety of Blu-ray Disc titles, including films, music, and games, will be released in the future.

The BDR-101A Blu-ray Disc writer will write and read single-layer BD-R and BD-RE discs (without cartridge), and read single-layer and double-layer BD-ROM discs (without cartridge). Also, featuring proprietary Pioneer optical technology, such as the Ultra Dynamic Resonance Absorber and the Multi-Effect Liquid Crystal Tilt Compensator, the new writer will ensure high reliability in high-density recording and playback with Blu-ray Discs as well as DVD discs.

With the release of the BDR-101A offering the industry's highest level of performance and reliability, Pioneer is responding to users requiring greater storage capacity, as well as contributing to the expansion of the Blu-ray writer market. Pioneer will continue to actively develop the Blu-ray disc format and promote its use as one of the Blu-ray Disc Founders.

Pioneer will be exhibiting the BDR-101A at the 2006 International CES being held from January 5, 2006, in Las Vegas, USA. Visitors will be able to see the BDR-101A at both the Pioneer booth and the BDA*3 booth.

*1 Shipment schedules may change depending on the start date for the Blu-ray Disc format logo license and the copyright protection technology license.
*2 Double-layer BD-R/BD-RE discs can store up to 50 gigabytes of data.
*3 Blu-ray Disc Association. The BDA is a worldwide organization made up of enterprises and organizations engaged in the research and development or the manufacture of Blu-ray products, and of software and hardware manufacturers and other members dedicated to developing and promoting Blu-ray disc standards. The BDA establishes and promotes Blu-ray standards.


Main features

(1) Newly-developed BD/DVD compatible lens

The pickup equipped with the Pioneer's newly-developed BD/DVD compatible lens realizes high-speed recording at a maximum of 2x for BD-R/BD-RE 2x media. This will also play BD-ROM and DVD-ROM discs, and play or record on DVD-R/DVD+R, DVD-RW/ DVD+RW, Dual Layer DVD-R, and DVD+R Double Layer discs*4.

*4 Please use Pioneer-designated disc media and appropriate application software.

(2) Various proprietary high-quality recording technologies for both Blu-ray and DVD discs

Ultra DRA to suppress vibration, a technology developed based on know-how that Pioneer has been cultivating in the development of DVD writers
Limited Equalizer LSI to dramatically improve reading reliability
Multi-Effect Liquid Crystal Tilt Compensator to improve the recording and playback characteristics by adding astigmatism correction to the existing tilt correction and spherical aberration correction.

bon il faux connetre l'anglais desoler , j'ais pas de traducteur sur le pc.
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