I have been reading with a lot of intesterest your review of this LG GGW-H20L Blu-Ray burner
and I have a special interest in the play-back of burned BD-R’s or BD-RE's:
http://www.cdrlabs.com/reviews/index.ph ... erformance
. . .
Discs burned with the bundled Cyberlink software were finalized correctly and could be read back at the fastest possible speed.
It is easy to find on the Net playback tests of pressed BD-ROM movies in computer drives such as the present LG burner
but I have not beeen able to find one single test of of burned BD-R in a standalone Blu-ray player
I mean especially HD content coming from a HD camcorder and authored and burned according to the blu-ray specs
for BD-R’s and BD-RE’s.
Some people believe that these burned BD-R's discs even if they correctly authored and burned
- play in a Sony PS3 console
- but don’t play in the majority od the standalone blu-ray players
I like to know your opinion about the major issue
for the BD-R format.
Is this only a question of firmware update for standalone players or has it to dor more deeply with the AACS or other protections ?
I have seen in some places
- that AACS is mandatory
in the BDMV format for standalones
- the AACS is not mandatory
for ther HD-DVD format