A major reason is the image resolution, Blu-Ray has more than twice the resolution which gives an excellent image definition, the sound is also a big difference for the better, say that Blu-Ray is light years ahead of the DVD ..
Blu-Ray has a lot more capacity than a simple DVD. This means that you can store a lot more data in a single disk. This greatly helps if you like to watch movies or any videos in High definition. The picture and sound quality you get is very good.
I think increased capacity is the primary reason to buy Blu Ray over DVD. Blu Ray disks can store around 25GB (or 50GB Dual Layer) whereas DVD is at 4.7GB (or 8.5GB Dual Layer).
Also with the advent of HD format, movies typically take up a lot more space on a disk than they used to and standard 4.7GB DVD will not suffice.
Another aspect of Blu Ray that I like is that the Blu Ray drives are backward compatable and will play all your DVD's, but beware of distributing any material on Blu Ray disks and ensure your recipient has a Blu Ray player as DVD players cannot play Blu Ray disks!
well, that sold me. I never knew that is was double the resolution and can store that much more data.
Yeah I agree with these answers here too. Blu Ray is the best today, you can have a lot of features than DVD . For me I would go for Blu Ray. It is the latest model that everyone looking for. Great question here!
See the source below. It discusses the differences in the formats.
http://www.digital-scrapbooking-storage … epair.html
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by jaydawg808 5 years ago
Are you replacing your original DVD movies with Blu Ray as they become available?I'm doing so, but on,y for some that are worthy.
by TomC35 7 years ago
For Amazon Associates is it better to link to a Blu Ray or DVD?tWhich links do you think have the better sales potential and why?
by The Reminder 4 years ago
DO you still buy DVD's even if you have a blu-ray player?
by valeria64 6 years ago
You can choose a blu-ray converter to help you. There are many blu ray converting app online. You can also use this software which I have used to convert blu-ray movies to mpeg and other formats. I think it's useful.http://www.dvd-creators.net/blu-ray/blu … -mpeg.html
by J Antonio Marcelino 5 years ago
Do you still have and/or use an Optical (CD, DVD, Blu-ray) Drive on your computer?I was just wondering how many of us here still have or use a CD/DVD/Blu-ray drive in their computers? One of the computing magazines I read, recently built a "Dream Machine" and no longer included an Optical...
by dnrkrishnan25 8 years ago
what is blue ray ?
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