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Thursday, 11 March 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
According to published reports organizers of the 1985 Live Aid concert are planning to auction off the rights to release it in the DVD-Video format. The organizers began talking about the DVD project after chief planner, Bob Geldof, found that pirated copies of the concert were being sold via the internet. As Napster proved for music and Paris Hilton recently proved for streaming video – now might be the time get Live Aid to store shelves in the lucrative and popular DVD format.
Wednesday, 03 March 2004 ,  Written by
The Bravo D1 gets an update in the Bravo D2. The 480p/1080i/720p/custom scaling MPEG-4 DVD/media player adds control of brightness and contrast on DVI, enhanced DVD-ROM drive, improved analog video output and a new remote control. Available in the V Inc. titanium finish, the Bravo D2 began shipping in February with a suggested retail price of $249.99.
Friday, 20 February 2004 ,  Written by
A federal court ruled today that software maker 321 Studios must cease making software that allows movie enthusiasts to copy DVD-Video discs. 321 Studios’ DVD copying software includes DVD Copy Plus and DVD X Copy, which would allow users to make “backup” copies of Hollywood’s best films from digital media. This is a major victory for the MPAA who as an industry group fights for the protection of Hollywood studios’ copyrighted property. 321 Studios tested the limits of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act from the late 1990s, which protects copyright holders from illegal duplication of movies, music, books and TV shows along with other media based material.
Monday, 09 February 2004 ,  Written by Kate Regan
According to, LucasFilm and 20th Century Fox could be making an announcement on Tuesday, Februaury 10 regarding the release of the Star Wars Trilogy on DVD. Star Wars fans have been buzzing about the possibility of a DVD release since late last year. According to the latest information, the set will include Episodes 4, 5 and 6 as well as a disc devoted entirely to bonus material like last year’s Indiana Jones Trilogy format.
Tuesday, 20 January 2004 ,  Written by
Meridian Audio has just introduced a new card, the VE12, for their 800 DVD player, the centerpiece of the company’s 800 Series components. The card plugs into the card frame in the 800 player and adds HDMI digital audio/video interfacing, as well as progressive video with Faroudja DCDi de-interlacing. The VE12 supports the HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface), which carries standard, enhanced or high-definition digital video and digital audio down the same digital cable, without compression. The VE12 is HDMI Phase 1 compliant, and provides a wide selection of high-definition video formats, including 480i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p. Also supported are two channels of PCM digital audio or bitstream formats corresponding to all the audio formats available for DVD-Video, including Dolby Digital and DTS.
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