Blu-ray is a DVD playback format, and it reproduces twice as many lines on a television screen as a standard definition DVD. Learn more about the great picture quality of Blu-ray DVDs with help from the owner of an electronics store in this free video on Blu-ray DVDs.
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O.k, what is Blu-Ray Format? Blu-Ray is a DVD play back format, much better than your standard definition DVD format. And, on this screen we have a standard definition format here and on this screen behind me we have Blu-Ray DVD, this reproduces twice as many lines on the screen as a standard definition DVD would, so the picture quality is incredibly sharp, it's almost lifelike, and there are one thousand eighty lines that make up this picture on the screen and the lines are being made up by an electronic impulse going back and forth one thousand eighty times in a progressive format giving you a much better picture quality than you standard definition DVD so, if you're thinking about buying a Blu-Ray DVD Player and watching Blu-Ray Disks which are the same size as a standard disk, it's a good thing to do. Plus, most of the new formats of all of the new movies coming out today are on Blu-Ray.