BD Touch Blu-ray disc-to-iPhone app officially unveiled

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  1. itouchxipods

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    Ending the awful (two) days of waiting, NetBlender's officially presenting its latest innovation, BD Touch. Bringing together Apple's iPhone/iPod Touch and Blu-ray's BD-Live internet connection to potentially allow combinations like sending copies of a movie to iPhone directly from the disc menu, viewing fan created content in sync with a movie or, yes, using the iPhone as a remote control. All that geolocation, 3D motion sensitive, multitouch and predictive keyboard could be a part of our favorite movie (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension) -- once some developer makes it happen. The disc authoring end of the tool is built into NetBlender's DoStudio software, while there are two iPhone SDKs (the Connect SDK is free, while the Premiere Blend/In SDK adds functionality but requires certification and licensing) available. Video demos are after the jump, so take a look and see what you can come up with.

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  2. BadguinEater

    BadguinEater New Member

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    umm...
    cool?
  3. optimo

    optimo New Member

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    great for somebody with a blueray drive in their PC... otherwise unless you are into the HD scene, or they do a ps3 port

    cant get too excited over this since nobody have managed to master dvd->iphone.
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    optikalefx New Member

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    No they didnt, blu ray killed HD DVD, what stats did you look at?
  5. berky93

    berky93 New Member

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    this is confusing - why does it have geolocation, or motion control?
  6. flyingguitar

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    You can also use magic DVD ripper. There is a vid on youtube with a community username and password so you don't gatta pay $40 to copy 5 disks. Its easy to use. You put in ur DVD selecet quality. Set output to ipod touch (even if you have the iPhone) and basicly all the other options are up to you. This will also work on any ipod that is video compatible. Each movie is about 0.48 GB. One movie will take between 40 min - 3 hours.

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  7. 123qwesz

    123qwesz Member

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    Hey, slightly off topic here, is it possible to burn blu-ray dvds into my ipodtouch? Will the quality be as good as that on the blu ray player?
  8. Sickly_slick

    Sickly_slick New Member

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    obviously not, ipod touch is not HD
    a blu ray movie will be to big for ipod's capacity.
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    legallyillegal New Member

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    the real question... why?
  10. hakk79

    hakk79 Well-Known Member

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    My Sentiments exactly. If the iPod touch is does not have a HD screen, how can it watch HD?

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