Fox/Dreamworks/Universal/Artisan : D-VHS Requests

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  1. Brian-W

    Brian-W Screenwriter

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    I'm sure this would be a good place to begin listing our want lists for D-VHS, but here's hoping that these three studios don't limit their D-VHS releases to just action titles.

    I'll start it off...

    Fox:

    - There's Something About Mary
    - History of the World Pt. 1

    Dreamworks:

    - Shrek
    - Prince of Egypt

    Universal:

    - North Shore (please? gimme at least this!)
    - Jaws
    - American Pie

    Artisan:

    - Substitute (original, not the sequels)
     
  2. Dan Hitchman

    Dan Hitchman Cinematographer

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    NO EDGE ENHANCEMENT!!!!!
    PRISTINE NEGATIVES!!!!!!
    FULL BITRATE DTS 5.1 24/96 or FULL BITRATE DTS-ES DISCRETE 6.1!!!!! on all multichannel surround movies. DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 remixes for all possible releases.
    PCM 24/96 STEREO for all 2 channel movies. Do not use overly compressed Dolby Digital 192 kb/sec encoding, please!
    NO DUMBING DOWN OF THE SOUNDTRACK!!!!!!!!!!
    MASTER QUALITY SOUND!!!!!!!!!
    100% OAR!!!!
    On HD-DVD, if that ever comes out:
    No MPEG-4, overly compressed garbage that's passed off as HDTV.
    At least Meridian Lossless Packing (MLP) 7.1 channel discrete surround with at the minimum 24 bit/96 kHz resolution on all channels for the primary audio track. 24 bit/192 kHz would be ideal. The two additional discrete, full bandwidth channels would be for full stereo back surround use. Call it THX Ultra 2 or Logic7 on steroids. A lot of audiophile music producers would love you for it too.
    The same as the above too.
    I hope you guys pass this along to the DVD Forum.
    Dan
     

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