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  1. Chuck Anstey

    Welcome to the Blu-ray Lounge 2012: Q&A Session

    So you are saying that you cannot tell the difference between film and video from a still shot? The look of film has everything to do with how it captures light and film looks like film whether in motion or not. Now you may be making the argument that a motion picture has the 24p look and that...
  2. Chuck Anstey

    Welcome to the Blu-ray Lounge 2012: Q&A Session

    Reading the details of preview and my own experience with a higher quality interpolation to 48fps on my Sony 95ES projector, I would say those people didn't know why film looks like film and simply assumed that >24fps is video or really did see video (explained below) but assumed it looked that...
  3. Chuck Anstey

    Welcome to the Blu-ray Lounge 2012: Q&A Session

    You are either missing my point or purposely ignoring it. It isn't that some people can't see the benefit of 4K, I sure can without even trying in my setup, it is that the group of people that see that benefit is inconsequentially small. I did forget the most important new feature coming and I...
  4. Chuck Anstey

    Welcome to the Blu-ray Lounge 2012: Q&A Session

    I don't understand, are you saying it will flop because people already can't tell the difference between DVD and BD but they are going to bring it to market anyway? There is no hook to sell consumers 4K displays in the next 10 years. There is no format that is 4K and there are no plans for...
  5. Chuck Anstey

    Welcome to the Blu-ray Lounge 2012: Q&A Session

    I also have a projection system in a bat cave and have the visual acuity to benefit from 4K, higher bit-depth, 4:4:4 and less compression but they aren't changing the standard just for me and the relatively few others of us (compared to all consumers of BD) who also could benefit. The target...
  6. Chuck Anstey

    Welcome to the Blu-ray Lounge 2012: Q&A Session

    More pixels is the easiest feature to implement on a display and far far easier than making better pixels. Images would benefit from a much higher bit depth and a much larger colorspace, ideally covering 100% of our eyes' range. The problem is that all TVs (with maybe a rare exception) are...
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