Sony’s first ultra-high-definition Blu-ray’s come out in early 2016




Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced the first titles that will be coming out in early 2016 at the ultra-high-definition Blu-ray format. To play the movies is an associate professor-blu-ray player is required.

Ultra-HD Blu-ray The first titles will appreciate the extra quality that should provide uhd-Blu-ray, are The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Salt, Hancock, Chappie, Pineapple Express and The Smurfs 2. The uhd-blu-ray format was previously in May this year by the Blu-ray Disc Association recorded. Initially uhd-blu-ray standard was already the end of 2014 are ready, but could not.

The standard offers not only a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels support for video at higher frame rates than 24fps and HDR. The new format supports 10bits color and the color space is larger. Normal Blu-ray’s use Rec.709 standard, while the uhd-blu-ray discs support the rec.2020 standard.

Additionally, more audio formats are supported, such as object-based surround sound data instead of sound separation through channels. The discs themselves have a storage capacity of 66 or 100GB. The uhd-blu-ray players are compatible with the old drives and can optionally play ‘old’ Blu-ray discs.

Other titles is still little known, except that Sony in the message indicates to have a large library of 4K films “such as Fury, Captain Phillips, Men in Black, Ghostbusters, The Fifth Element, Bad Boys, Leon: The Professional, Lawrence of Arabia and many others.


In: Technology & Gadgets Asked By: [15446 Red Star Level]

Answer this Question

You must be Logged In to post an Answer.

Not a member yet? Sign Up Now »