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Phantom of the Opera (2005) problems

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Bob clamer, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. Bob clamer

    Bob clamer Well-Known Member

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    Is there any forums about any glitches with the "Phantom of the Opera" 2005 DVD release?
     
  2. KyleC

    KyleC Well-Known Member

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    I watched it tonight and the audio seemed out of sync at times.
     
  3. Adam_WM

    Adam_WM Well-Known Member

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    I think it's just bad lip-sync, doesn't seem to be a disc problem.
     
  4. Felix Martinez

    Felix Martinez Well-Known Member

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    I agree. Unlike the documented DTS lipsync prob on Moulin Rouge (used to be a big thread on this one), what I see in Phantom is not consistently out of sync. Sometimes it's on, sometimes it's off. I don't believe it's a disc problem.

    Cheers,
     
  5. KyleC

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    Ok I was just freaking out during the movie. I was hoping it wasn't my player or setup. [​IMG]
     
  6. Malcolm Cleugh

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    I guess the film was redubbed later with the leads singing in a studio ? could this explain it.

    There are major sound problems with the UK R2 release from EiV. Botched pitch correction and sound dropouts.
    That's why I went for the R3 LE which looks and sounds superb. Full bit rate DTS !
     
  7. Tim Glover

    Tim Glover Well-Known Member

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    I noticed this too the other night. First time I watched the dvd. Mostly it was off during the singing if I'm not mistaken. Otherwise the image and sound was excellent.
     
  8. Jordan_E

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    On the second disc they do say that the songs were recorded after principal shooting. And I also have the R3 DTS edition....ah, 96/24![​IMG]
     
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    There should be a POTO Drinking Game for every time she says "Angel of Music". UGH!

    - Colton
     
  10. Mike Huey

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    I have the DTS 96/24 as well, although I just have a regular DTS decoder. Did anyone else experience crackling in the center channel at various high volume points like I did? It almost sounded as if it was mixed a little too hot. The DD track didn't have this same problem. Any help?
     
  11. Jordan_E

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    Nope, no crackling for me, but my Pioneer Elite can handle 96/24.
     

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