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Blu Ray Slide Show
11 replies to this topic
Posted January 22 2006 - 03:03 PM
This link is to a slide show that is quite nice...though I dont recommend the retailer where it is hosted.
Posted January 22 2006 - 10:26 PM
Nice slide show for sure. It is interesteing that they are going change the packaging too.
"I tried to get my medical records from the company but they say they
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pharmaceutical reps, suppliers of medical equipment and for some
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Posted January 23 2006 - 03:02 AM
I guess we can but the orginal terminator for Blu-Ray. Thats the whole trilogy from three studios all being launch titles for the format. Excellent.
Posted January 23 2006 - 04:22 AM
Nice slide show and I'm really excited about the HD DVDD/Blue Ray thing.
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Posted January 23 2006 - 06:49 AM
think it makes sense to have different packaging, incl size. In the beginning, many customers would not be able to differentiate between say - Spiderman Blue Ray and standard DVD; nor I believe would the average employee of Best Buy, Blockbuster or Walmart. A different packaging will among other things, make for less confusion in the market place.
Posted January 23 2006 - 07:15 AM
I prefer the new packaging. Its shorter and thinner and therefore easier to store. I kind of wonder how these cases will handle two disc sets even though two disc sets are probably going to be less needed with Blu-Ray.
Posted January 23 2006 - 09:13 AM
According to the pdf the "Slim Case can hold (2) Discs (including a 2mm insert)". They'll be about as deep as a Super Jewel Box if you remember them.
Posted January 23 2006 - 10:53 AM
Another plus is how they mentioned somewhere in there about searching for alternatives to shrinkwrap to maximize litho artwork. I guess that shows that some care is being put into presentation and hopefully aimed at film enthusiasts like us that would harken back to the days of laserdisc when packaging was more consistent and 'artfully' done. Edited: for being a moron.
Posted January 23 2006 - 11:00 AM
Unless, maybe I'm wrong and highh-def will mark the end of packaged film series? I would like to know how a company liek Warners would go ahead and issue their Thin Man DVD's? Perhaps all titles will be released individually with full artwork? That would be a good thing... I guess I'll just have to wait and see the firection this all takes because as you can probably tell, I'm a bit skeptical and hesitant about all of this. Afterall, I did drop a nice 18-20 grand on standard DVD already.
Posted January 23 2006 - 08:27 PM
Ummm... How do you propose to fit three films in HD on one disc? The "23 hours" refers to SD content, not hi-def.
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Posted January 24 2006 - 12:58 AM
Posted January 30 2006 - 10:04 AM
on page 8 of that pdf document it also brags about "Full 1920 x 1080 resolution with Advanced Video Codec (12 Mb/s video)" sounds like the are talking about VC1. Interesting given this is a Sony-slide-show... (in that they aren't bragging about MPEG2...) Maybe there is hope!
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