Six Blu-ray Players Get DivX Certified

Posted: Mar 12 2008, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:41am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 

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DivX announced today that six more Blu-ray players have received DivX certification. The six newly certified Blu-ray players join the PS3, which was DivX certified in December 2007. DivX certification provides compression that allows the storage of 25 hours of DVD quality video on one Blu-ray disc.

The six new DivX certified players include the Panasonic (Model: DMP-BD30EE), Philips (Model: BDP7200) and Denon (Models: DVD-2500BTC1B, DVD-3800BDC1B, DVD-3800BDSP and DVD-2500BTSP).

"The end of the format war creates more opportunity for Blu-ray products," said In-Stat Principal Analyst, Michelle Abraham, Converged Markets & Technologies, Multimedia. "In-Stat expects worldwide shipments of Blu-ray players to reach 23 million in 2011. DivX is well-positioned to become a standard feature on Blu-ray devices, just as it has shipped in millions of DVD players worldwide."

Via DivX

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