Seems like a good explanation.. I sent the info the FBI website anyway.. You never know.
Deja.com is down right now, but I'm still thinking about the seven days thing. Maybe this kid just got lucky and ran with it. Either way he will get a rude awakening soon I'm sure. I mean no one...
His other posting name is also Leo Phoenix ..
and his email is [email protected] as per this thread..
I had actually never seen Gandhi until I rented the DVD the other day. All I can say is WOW, they don't make movies like this anymore. They don't make men like Gandhi anymore, or perhaps he was more than a mere mortal.
What a wonderful film. A very nice DVD with a fantastic transfer, that...
The original Super Speedway DVD has an aspect ratio of 1.33 correct? Is the difference between 1.33 and 1.44 acceptable because it's a smaller percentage than 1.33 to 1.78? What if they cropped it to 1.55 would that have been better or worse than 1.33?
What's the point of all of this? Point...
In theaters is was in mandirin with english subtitles. The english dub on the original DVD as with any dub sucked!
[Edited last by Mike A on September 03, 2001 at 09:56 PM]
That's good to know about the Malata. I've been considering either the Malata or the Panny RP91 for it's scaling capabilities. I didn't know you could move the image up and down like that, that's a bonus point for Malata.
CH carries both versions of Saving Private Ryan (DTS & DD). The also have T2:Ultimate Edition available. X-men is not because it is a Fox title.
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Ok, that makes sense that it's controlled by the encoding. Do you know of any players that allow you to move them up and down?
I'm referring to player generated titles, not burned in subtitles. Like I've stated in my original post. I've seen two different kinds, an example of in frame player generated subtitle is on the Sound of Music DVD.
Don't knock it till you try it Definately check out the link...
I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this but here it goes.
In the last couple of months I've been using mattes for my TV and they are wonderful! Except for movies with Subtitles. Crouching Tiger is a good example of a movie where subtitles are in the letter box area so I can't see them...