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Spider-Man Deluxe Edition & Spider-Man Superbit

Discussion in 'DVD' started by EricTB, May 22, 2004.

  1. EricTB

    EricTB Well-Known Member

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    Ok now one has the two same discs you got with the orignal plus a third disc with additional features and one comes with a commantary with Tobey Maguire. So is it worth buying both, one or the other, or neither?
     
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  3. EricTB

    EricTB Well-Known Member

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    Well on the Superbit you get the commantary with Tobey Maguire and on the three disc well you get the third disc along with the other two you got when Spider-Man DVD first came out. So their is a little bit of difference.
     
  4. Dave Mack

    Dave Mack Well-Known Member

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    Supebits have commentaries now...? I thought... Oh never mind...
     
  5. Bill GrandPre

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    It would have made sense to do a "SuperBit Deluxe" with the new movie disc w/ commentary as disc 1 and the third disc of the 3-disc edition. That way those of us who already have the 2-disc set could get the two new discs with no overlap. I definitely would have bought that. Columbia/Tri-Star has decided to make us buy two disc we already have in order to get all the new content and I've decided to pass.
     
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    TheBat Well-Known Member

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    I hear that both dvds will have a ticket for spidey 2.

    JACOB
     
  7. Mat Kr

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    I thought the superbit series had enhanced transfers. I honestly thought the first Spider-Man disc could have had a better transfer, there was quite a bit of grain in the film.
     
  8. Colin Jacobson

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    The Superbit series has NOTHING to do with transfers. The vast majority use the same transfers as the prior versions. The difference is that they attempt to maximize bit usage, but with only a couple of exceptions, they feature the same old transfers. Will Spidey be one of those exceptions? Kinda doubt it, but I guess we'll see soon...
     
  9. Mike Wadkins

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    i have the pal r2 superbit no commentary but tons of EE its full of it and grain the dts track is tightly mixed and very dynamic
     
  10. Sven Lorenz

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    I hope there's a review of the R1 Superbit before my copy ships - if it's the same old transfer just with a higher bitrate I'll cancel my order.
     
  11. Mike Wadkins

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    its worth it for the dts mix alone £9.99 a bargin
     
  12. Dave H

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    While the same transfers are generally used, less filtering is also applied to Superbits.
     
  13. Vincent_P

    Vincent_P Well-Known Member

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    If there's too much "grain" in the filtered regular release of SPIDERMAN, there's gonna be even MORE in an unfiltered or less-filtered Super-Bit, so all of you film-grain haters will be out of luck.

    Vincent
     
  14. EricTB

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    Eck! I wouldn't bother getting either then but I do like this idea which I wish they would of used in the first place.



    Dang butt monkeys. I'm saving up this week so I can buy Buffy season 6 then I'm broke lol.
     
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  16. Mike Wadkins

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    Vincent is right its full of grain was it a trick to hide the bad cgi? any one confirm
     
  17. Mike Wadkins

    Mike Wadkins Well-Known Member

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    normal 2 disc
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  18. Sven Lorenz

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    Just to make sure - those screenshots are from the US R1 Super-Bit DVD and not the R3 Superbit that was released last year?
     
  19. Mike Wadkins

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    uk r2 pal superbit and 2 discer
     
  20. Dan Rudolph

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    Doesn't look like much of a difference.
     

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