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Quad-Layer 20GB VMDs – More Affordable Analogue of HD DVD and Blu-ray?
One of the signs of the upcoming CeBIT exhibition can be called a surge in activity of the British company New Medium Enterprises (NME), known for its development in the field of optical media, called Versatile Multilayer Disc (VMD). Before last year’s CeBIT, NME had already given generous advances to its development, however, it has not yet reached the mass production of discs and devices for recording and playback.
Let’s see how things will be with VMD this year – after all, the manufacturer promises to launch the HD VMD Media Player Duo at the price of $ 199 and the HD VMD Media Player Quattro at $ 249 in the second quarter.
Recall that the technology works with a red laser, and a large capacity (up to 20 GB at the moment) is achieved by using several working layers, each of which contains 5 GB of information. Actually, the players differ in the number of supported layers (2 or 4) of media.
NME says its format is free of the flaws that prevented DVDs with more than two layers from being released. By now, the developer already has specifications for 24, 30, 40 and 48 GB disks. The latter figure is quite competitive with HD DVD (51 GB on three-layer media by the end of this year, while 30 GB) and Blu-ray (50 GB on two-layer media, already available).
However, even the current 20GB drives should be sufficient for high-definition movies. VMD will work with the same codecs and content protection systems used today by HD DVD and Blu-ray. Players will be backward compatible with DVD, upscaling to HD resolutions will be supported.
Currently NME has signed contracts for the distribution of its products in 12 regions of the world, including Russia. We are waiting for the appearance of “people’s” HD-players on store shelves?