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francoislionet
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Hello,

I am ready to order the specs, but I do not know which one to choose, as there are many of them.
I want all the information about BDJ, and sounds (like the format of the sound.bdmv file). Bjoern told me that the specs I would need are :
"System Description Blu-ray Disc Read-Only Format Part 3, Audio Visual Basic Specifications Version 2.1", and that this spec refers as well to "BD-ROM Part 3 Guidelines for Content Authors and Player Implementers".

Can you tell me if this is the correct specs I need?

Thanks, Francois

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Joe Rice

I notice the that custom command interface has changed significantly
recently. No more extensions parser and now we have the ability to
define Java classes in the show file.

Is this now the only way to define custom commands? Looking at the
bookmenu example, it looks like even if the methods to be called are
defined in the Director, one needs to at leastm define a method for
getting the director in java_generated_class.

I'm working on converting some 'old' GRIN code to 'new' GRIN, and
looking for the easiest way to go about it.

I note in the BNF that there is an other_command type, which seems
like it may be closer to the old way of doing things, (although maybe
with the bits defined in the Director instead of the
ExtensionsParser?). However, I don't see any examples of other_command
use in the HDCookbook project. Is there an example in one of the xlets
that I'm missing?

Thanks,
Joe

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Joe Rice

Those are correct. Part 3 includes 3-1, which covers the audio/video
format (including sound.bdmv) and 3-2, which covers BD-J. Guidelines
and javadocs are also provided.

The new license for content authors was made available last week. It's
US$4,000 for a 5 year term. The license category is called "BD-ROM
Commercial Audiovisual Content."

Cheers,
Joe

On Mar 5, 2008, at 1:36 AM, bd-j-dev@mobileandembedded.org wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I am ready to order the specs, but I do not know which one to
> choose, as there are many of them.
> I want all the information about BDJ, and sounds (like the format of
> the sound.bdmv file). Bjoern told me that the specs I would need are :
> "System Description Blu-ray Disc Read-Only Format Part 3, Audio
> Visual Basic Specifications Version 2.1", and that this spec refers
> as well to "BD-ROM Part 3 Guidelines for Content Authors and Player
> Implementers".
>
> Can you tell me if this is the correct specs I need?
>
> Thanks, Francois
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bjoern_minkmar
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The application form can be found here:

http://www.blu-raydisc.info/license_app/ia_flla_apps.php

Like Joe said, it is $4,000 for a licensed term of 5 years.

Cheers,
Björn