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Updating firmware on panasonic blu ray player
With all the features and copy protection on Blu-ray discs, players need routine updating to be compatible with new titles.This is called updating the firmware, and while it’s vital to the continued performance of your Blu-ray player, shockingly, sometimes it’s not possible.
With DVD, the copy protection scheme was compromised shortly after release.
This let people rip bit-perfect copies of their DVD discs and distribute them online.
With Blu-ray, they wanted to prevent this and introduced more extensive copy protection.
One of the most significant features is the ability to add additional, new methods of copy protection, and to revoke permissions for playback if something like the DVD fiasco happened again.
If you have a Blu-ray player, and a new form of copy protection introduced, (or your player’s “key” has been revoked) a new disc may not play on it.