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China announces CH-DVD, a new high definition DVD standard



As if two different high definition DVD standards weren't enough for the world, China has gone ahead and said "actually, it is, at least for the western portion of it." The Optical Memory National Engineering Research Center has announced CH-DVD, a high definition DVD standard based on the DVD Forum's HD DVD, but with additional Chinese-owned technology tacked on. This additional technology takes the form of advanced copy protection designed to prevent the spread of pirated content. A new foundation called the China High Definition DVD Industry Association will be promoting the format, with the aim of launching a hardware player in 2008, and getting content producers on board before that.

http://www.engadget.com/2007/09/09/c...-dvd-standard/

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-10-2007, 10:30 AM
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ohh.... sorry China.



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'China' and 'copyright protection' don't belong in the same sentence
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That hit me when I read it as well.

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sub copyright for antifreeze and it works.
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sub copyright for antifreeze and it works.

You mean with lead paint.

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