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Author Topic: Blu-ray design/authoring of the "Neil Young Archives"  (Read 990 times)


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Blu-ray design/authoring of the "Neil Young Archives"
« on: August 06, 2010, 05:02:20 AM »
Article about the design/authoring of the Blu-ray and the DVD 10 box set called "Neil Young Archives, Vol. 1 (1963-1972)". It took me a while to figure out the difference between the Blu-ray and DVD versions - it's explained in the quote from the Amazon review below

When the 10-disk "Neil Young Archives, Vol. 1 (1963-1972)"  was released in 2009, it established a benchmark for what is possible with advanced Blu-ray authoring for multimedia that has yet to be equaled. In Creative COW Magazine's "Heavy Lifting Issue," we asked Megan McKenna to tell us about her team's work on this massive project, over four years in the making.

From an Amazon.com 5 star review by 'AR' explaining the difference between the Blu-ray and DVD versions:
... There is a cheaper DVD version (you can't listen to the songs while browsing at the same time). Also, with the blu-ray set, you can get updates. Today for example, I put a disc in and was able to download a new (well... very old, of course) song that wasn't included already. ...