- Dec 1, 2000
They gave the audio 10/10 this time around saying it to be fantastic. I will pick this one up for sure.
Dave, the improvement in PQ on Patriot is just as big as on the other SB titles. So if you appreciated the higher detail on, say 5thE, you will not be disappointed with it.Great to hear. I always look forward to your reviews, Bjoern.
Dave, the improvement in PQ on Patriot is just as big as on the other SB titles. So if you appreciated the higher detail on, say 5thE, you will not be disappointed with it.I'm glad you pointed this out. I don't have the SB version yet, but I came across the review that Dan gave at DVDFILE.com and I personally saw a big difference between the two screen captures. Where as the review said it was indistiguishable. How can he not see the difference in overall detail and clarity even with his own screen captures? The letters themselves are sharper and more visible than the original version based on his captures. I did a test, I called over one of my female co-workers who doesn't even own a DVD player and asked her to tell me which picture was sharper, clearer and more detailed, she chose the SB version. It boggles the mind.
I'll be picking this one up.
They gave the audio 10/10 this time around saying it to be fantastic. I will pick this one up for sure.The Patriot(superbit) is one awesome disc, just superior picture and sound quality. I think Sony has set a new standard trnasfer with this disc, the great thing about it, its a two disc set.
So I’m clearly an advocate...Dan,
I am very well aware of that point. Thanks for your very informative and detailed reviews of the SB titles (and taking a stance on the validity of the SB titles, when everyone else thinks it's marketing BS).
The only point I was trying to make in my post without having the movie was the visible differences in the screen caps.
Now that Bjoern and yourself have cleared that up, I'll get back to enjoying the DVDs themselves.