Jurassic Park R6 DVD better than SUPERBIT release?

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  1. temproh

    temproh Auditioning

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    ive heard people complain that the 2000 R1 version is not all it could be.
     
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    Its not.
     
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    I managed to to pick one up in China. It was so cheap I thought it was a bootleg, so I dumped the case and cover to try and avoid attention.

    Only to find when I get home it is a legitimate release!

    Anyway, it truely is a 9mb bitrate.

    I dont have the R2 Superbit to compare but I'm glad I finally have a DTS version (you can certainly hear the difference to the DD track). I wonder how the sound compares.
     
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    Maybe someone who has the R2 UK DVD from 2005 could use DVD Bit Rate Viewer to see if the video transfer might be the same.
     
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    Yes, the Japanese Superbit has minor noise in certain scenes while the R6 has a very clean video transfer. Regarding DTS track, R6 has a better dynamic range than the Superbit version.

    Compare Superbit and R6 with European releases, the European releases look like a disaster.

    The comparision is done by a German website...
    caps-a-holic.com - DVD Comparisons - Jurassic Park

    By the way, there are some R6 discs surpass R1 & R2 releases in picture and sound that you don't know. you can find out here..

    The Import Forums :: View topic - R6 DVDs update (April 2009 releases added)
     

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