1 (edited by user7 2018-07-15 07:37:35)

Topic: Defining Format

http://redump.org/disc/24094/
http://redump.org/disc/53806/
http://redump.org/disc/53475/
http://redump.org/disc/53807/
http://redump.org/disc/53656/

Considering the DVD-Video spec is part of the Xbox spec, these should be Xbox no? The Xbox playable attribute exists outside of the DVD-Spec as an additional format change. Kind of like how PlayStation 1 games could have Audio Tracks making them Audio CDs, but the unique additional playable aspect is what designates the format. The data track is "additional" to CD Audio aspect of PSX discs, the Xbox playable attribute is "additional" to the DVD-Video aspect of Xbox discs.

Also relevant to discussion, Correctly classified in my opinion:
http://redump.org/disc/48634/
http://redump.org/disc/49234/

Re: Defining Format

It's a DVD-Video disc that just happens to have some Xbox compatible demo files on them, so DVD-Video is the primary format.

3 (edited by user7 2018-07-15 07:31:10)

Re: Defining Format

An Xbox is required to get the full features of this disc.

You can play all features of this Disc on an Xbox, you can't on a DVD-Player.

Going back to GameShark Updates, platform was determined by required hardware to access the features of the disc. They are technically CD-Audio, but to access the features requires GameShark hardware.

Re: Defining Format

Jackal wrote:

It's a DVD-Video disc that just happens to have some Xbox compatible demo files on them, so DVD-Video is the primary format.

I doubt the demos are just lying in the VIDEO_TS folder. Also, any Xbox disc has the DVD-Video section part, that doesn't mean all the Xbox discs should be put into the DVD-Video section.

Re: Defining Format

Maybe split the difference, we already have the concept of "Enhanced CD", why not something like "Enhanced DVD" and "Enhanced BD"?