File list complications?

Pixar Blu-ray discs typically have the main content spread over lots of files in order to facilitate the delivery of different on-screen text languages.

3D discs typically have multiple files to support the format. They use a regular *.m2ts file for the left eye content, and an additional *.m2ts with which, in conjunction with the left eye content, the right eye content can be generated.

So when Pixar Blu-ray 3D discs finally appear, I expect they are going have some rather complicated file lists.

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1 Response to File list complications?

  1. Rsaeire says:

    I always thought Disney split the files as an additional form of copyright protection for their animated movies on Blu-ray; I only own Pixar movies, so I assumed it was with all Disney’s animated movies. I dare say this makes more sense and you’re right, 3D will no doubt mean even more files spread across each disc.

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