Bruce Nazarian shows how to make affordable Blu-Ray discs
When it comes to producing Blu-ray discs there are a whole lot of issues one needs to consider which have not faced the traditional DVD author. Simply put - replicating Blu-ray discs is very expensive, largely due to licensing requirements, compared to replicating 4.7GB DVDs. However there is a way to author and duplicate Blu-ray affordably. Using regular 4.7GB DVDs one can produce high definition discs which will play in Blu-ray players. Bruce Nazarian reveals the secrets of how this can be achieved.
Bruce Nazarian is regarded as an expert in DVD and Blu-ray technology. He is the President of the DVD Association, author of DVD Studio Pro 4 - the Complete Guide for Authoring with Macintosh (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2006), a trainer, consultant and DEO of Digital MEdia COnsulting Group Inc.. He is known as "The Digital Guy."
This presentation, recorded at the FCPUG Supermeet, San Francisco, 2009, reveals just how one can affordably replicate Blue-ray content to play in Blu-ray players without paying exhorbadent fees to the Blu-ray association.
Watch, listen and absorb the wisdom of Bruce Nazarian.