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  1. FoxyMulder

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

    Missed it, i'd never ignore a person's opinion. I agree with you regarding 48fps.
  2. FoxyMulder

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

    4K will likely come first via computer displays and laptops, what i am saying is that some people sit too far away from their televisions and do not appreciate blu ray quality, if let's say the typical home television bought in the UK is 42 inches then they need to sit five feet away to see all...
  3. FoxyMulder

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

    If they don't see a difference then selling 4K even if it's on an already established blu ray format would flop, i say that because i too often read comments like "the DVD is more detailed than the Blu ray" on sites like Amazon from people who clearly do not calibrate their televisions and sit...
  4. FoxyMulder

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

    Many here do use projection systems though and that's where benefits would come if they could advance the technology.
  5. FoxyMulder

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

    Here's the issue, we should be moving forward with technology not standing still and trying to get the most we can from an older technology, since any new 4K format requires you to buy new hardware it makes sense to optimize the hardware as best you can, why settle for a BD-50, they could opt...
  6. FoxyMulder

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

    Warner have put over 5 hours on a BD-50, it looked good with just minimal issues, like i say it depends how the film or tv show was shot, if grainy it requires more bitrate to handle the film grain, if shot with a clean look it requires less bits and is easier to encode, but you say healthy data...
  7. FoxyMulder

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

    None are better than two times the efficiency, that won't cut it for 4K, it certainly won't cut it for 4K 3D or for three and four hour long films.
  8. FoxyMulder

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

    I have heard that before and i still doubt it. Then there are the variables, 3D for example requires 50% more bitrate over the regular edition to do justice to the image, how do you fit that in 4K on a BD-50 or are they not even going to bother with 3D for 4K, shame as 3D would benefit...
  9. FoxyMulder

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

    I just doubt that statement, i don't see how they can possibly fit 4K onto a BD-50, not unless they have a codec out there that can achieve 4 times the efficiency of the current codec's, as far as i am aware the new one they have is barely two times the efficiency. Perhaps further down the...
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