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Wednesday, 24 October 2007 12:33

HD-DVD strikes back in the US

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Analysts predict Blu-ray will retreat


Analysts
are predicting that HD-DVD movie titles will start to take ground from Blu-ray in the next few months.

Currently, Blu-ray DVD titles outsell rival HD-DVD titles by almost two to one. But the current prediction is that additional HD-DVD support and new hit releases will "transform" the high-definition DVD battle score in the fourth quarter.

Gerry Kaufhold, analyst with In-Stat research firm, told Reuters that newly released HD-DVD titles with advanced Web-enabled features, such as Paramount's "Transformers," will help.

Paramount Home Video reported that "Transformers" had the biggest debut of any high-definition title, selling over 100,000 HD-DVDs on Oct 16th, its first day of release.
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