It is very important that when you are adding a DVD or Blu-ray title to your Queue that you add the correct disc format according to the device you are using.
Below is an explanation of what kind of disc formats are available as well as the type of device suitable for them.
A type of compact disc able to store large amounts of data, especially high-resolution audiovisual material.
- Standard DVD Players
- PC with DVD drive
- Mac with DVD drive
HD DVD is a discontinued high-density optical disc format for storing data and high-definition video.
- Selected Toshiba HD DVD player
- Selected LG HD DVD/Blu-Ray combo players
- Samsung HD-DVD/Blu-Ray combo players.
Please note: HD DVD devices are now discontinued.
A format of DVD designed for the storage of high-definition video and data
- Standard Blu-Ray DVD players
- PC with Blu-Ray Drive
A format of DVD designed for the storage of high-definition video and data with added 3D specs with the option of allowing backward compatibility with current 2D Blu-Ray players.
- Standard Blu-Ray 3D players
- Standard Blu-Ray players (Backwards compatible for 2D viewing.
- PC with 3D capability and Blu-Ray Drive
- Mac with 3D capability and Blu-Ray Drive
Please note: A 3D television or monitor will be needed in order to view content in 3D.
How do I tell if i'm adding a DVD or Blu-ray disc to My Queue?
We make it easily identifiable as to which format you're adding to your queue. The images below distinguish the differences between DVD and Blu-ray on the Quickflix website.