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When it comes to Blu-Ray... what does this mean? (School me on blu-ray media/burning)

"BluRay 1080p AVC DTS HD MA 5 1 BD25 Mastercode"

What does that mean?

Do all burnable blu-ray discs work in blu-ray players? For instance, some DVD-R's and other DVD+R's work or don't work in all DVD Players. Is that the same with BD's?
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It means its a 1080p Blu-ray 25GB format with DTS-HD Master Audio loss-less sound track in 5.1

Most newer BD players shouldn't have any issues.
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It means its a 1080p Blu-ray 25GB format with DTS-HD Master Audio loss-less sound track in 5.1

Most newer BD players shouldn't have any issues.

is that considered "normal" for a blu-ray?
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Do all burnable blu-ray discs work in blu-ray players? For instance, some DVD-R's and other DVD+R's work or don't work in all DVD Players. Is that the same with BD's?
There are still media compatibility issues. Certain brands of discs don't work in certain players. I'm not sure if the burner brand or burner settings have anything to do with it though. It's not quite as clear cut as +R vs -R since there's none of that tomfoolery going on this time around.

In theory DVD+R's with a book type set to DVD-ROM you should have 100% compatibility. I don't know if BD-R is 100% compatible (at least in theory) or not.

The BD-R LTH media is not compatible with early Blu-Ray players (or recorders) unless they've had a firmware update.
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