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HD cookbook image, PS/3 and other players

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billf
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Hi everyone,

Here's some good news about the HD cookbook disc image, at
https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net. It's up and running on a
number of consumer players, including the PS/3. This came
about because we've figured out how to make a valid BD-RE disc
image -- the trick is to get rid of the AACS directory, and to
set some bits in the transport stream to false. See the
tools/cpistrip for how to strip out these TS bits.

Anyway, the point is that anyone should be able to make a BD-RE
disc image, using the assets and the code available at
https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net. This is the same menuing application
and game that are described in the HD cookbook (hdcookbook.com), but
there have been some bugfixes since the version on the book's DVD. With
the repository and the book, it should be possible to bootstrap
experimentation with BD-J on some real players!

We'll be posting more to the hdcookbook.dev.java.net open source
repository as we go -- stay tuned. And, if you have something you'd
like to share, please do join, and upload your stuff to the repository!

Cheers,

Bill

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杨显波

Hi,
Is there anyone can tell me where to find the BDJ.jar?
I used develope xlets under XleTView but have no idea about BD-J.

Thanks!
Xianbo

2007/10/12, bd-j-dev@mobileandembedded.org :
>
>

> Hi everyone,
>

> Here's some good news about the HD cookbook disc image, at
> https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net. It's up and running on a
> number of consumer players, including the PS/3. This came
> about because we've figured out how to make a valid BD-RE disc
> image -- the trick is to get rid of the AACS directory, and to
> set some bits in the transport stream to false. See the
> tools/cpistrip for how to strip out these TS bits.
>

> Anyway, the point is that anyone should be able to make a BD-RE
> disc image, using the assets and the code available at
> https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net. This is the same menuing application
> and game that are described in the HD cookbook (hdcookbook.com), but
> there have been some bugfixes since the version on the book's DVD. With
> the repository and the book, it should be possible to bootstrap
> experimentation with BD-J on some real players!
>

> We'll be posting more to the hdcookbook.dev.java.net open source
> repository as we go -- stay tuned. And, if you have something you'd
> like to share, please do join, and upload your stuff to the repository!
>

> Cheers,
>

> Bill
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Bill Foote

杨显波 wrote:
> Hi,
> Is there anyone can tell me where to find the BDJ.jar?
> I used develope xlets under XleTView but have no idea about BD-J.
>
> Thanks!
> Xianbo

I'm afraid that an official set of compilation stub files
aren't yet available from the BDA. We're working on it!

In the meantime, you can get by compiling against the class
files shipped with one of the PC players. I don't know offhand
where to find that (and I'm probably under NDA or something), but
just poke around, looking for a zip or JAR file that contains
a bunch of .class files in platform packages like org.bluray.

Cheers,

Bill

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