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#1 of 3 andySu

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Posted August 22 2014 - 02:03 AM

I'm not sure if I have this correct Film Storage Computer Towers?

 

I recall a member over at LDDB that was storing his films onto computer hard-drives and had several hundred that he can bring up at any time at fast rate.

 

Can these storage computer things play back HD, Dolby/digital-TrueHD dts-dtsHDMA 5.1 and 7.1 and would it be able to do Atmos and all, as I haven't seen one up and running in ones home to understand how it functions and the cost it as well?

 

I seen hard-drive cinema and videos of it being demonstrated. I know the cinema uses encryption codes for protecting the property of the film.

 

So is this a cheap running thing to put together and I gather films would have to be uploaded onto the hard-drive in real time I guess with no short cut corners of doing it 10 mins? I As that would be grand as I have thousands of films that I don't wish to replace or sell.

 

I wouldn't mind trying it out to see if I like it or not?

 

Is it cheap and who here is thee top authority on it?

 

Cheers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



#2 of 3 DaveF

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Posted August 22 2014 - 03:16 AM

Andy, I moved your topic here, as a I believe you're interested in a home theater PC. Unless you're talking about a computerized system for managing actual film reels, in which case I've got no idea where that goes :)

Keep in mind this is a fine line to walk at HTF. You can discuss the details of computers which can play a variety of media formats. You can't discuss how to circumvent copy protections to get material onto computers for playback.


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#3 of 3 andySu

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Posted August 23 2014 - 12:26 PM

Never mind.






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