WHV Announcement: RocknRolla (DVD/Blu-ray)

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Nov 21, 2008.

  1. Ronald Epstein

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  2. Southpaw

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    Wow, is that a TrueHD logo at the bottom??? Warner, what are you thinking....
     
  3. John Wielgosz

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    Wait, I'm confused...Warner drops TrueHD on some releases, people complain...

    Warner adds TrueHD to a release...people complain...

    Not defending the title in particular (never saw it), just saying...
     
  4. Southpaw

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    I guess you didn't take my hint of sarcasm.

    (You will never find me complaining about a release having TrueHD.)
     
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    [​IMG] Yeah, somone's sarcasm meter is in serious need of calibration. [​IMG]
     
  6. John Wielgosz

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    Okay, it's official. We need a 'sarcasm' smiley. Anyone want to design one?

    In all honesty, I thought it a was remark along the lines of "They gave THIS title a TrueHD track?".
     
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    That remark too would not be out of place for Warner. Considering that they have released catalog titles such as 'Phantom Of The Opera' and new titles such as 'Speed Racer' with lossy Dolby tracks, thus, a title such as this one getting the full HD audio treatment, does seem out of place. But please don't get me wrong, I would never be the one to complaint about a full HD audio track on any title. As a matter of fact, I'd think that a HD format such as Blu-Ray would by default always have HD audio along with HD video.
     

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