U.S. media manufacturers support HD DVD as next-gen media format

The American Independent Media Manufacturers Association (AIMMA) has voted to support HD DVD as the next-generation blue-laser format at an October 10 general meeting, according to a press release issued by the organization, but Taiwan pre-recorded optical disc makers still see Hollywood studios as being the key decision makers in terms of adoption of next-generation DVD standards.

AIMMA consists of 37 members representing the majority of makers of non-theatrical pre-recorded discs in the North America and AIMMA’s preference for HD DVD rather than the Blu-ray Disc (BD) format is simply because the manufacturing equipment for the former is roughly the same as for existing DVD discs while the latter will entails heavy capital investment.

More here at DigiTimes.

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