Jurassic Park 3?

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  1. Richy C

    Richy C Auditioning

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    Any word on the relase (DVD of course - hehe), should be a top DVD.
    Cheers [​IMG]
     
  2. Kami

    Kami Screenwriter

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    Before the end of the year I believe. Man, in the theater I was at there was some KILLER bass. Some badass cones were hidden somewhere in there [​IMG] So here's hoping for an excellent sounding DVD!
     
  3. Dave H

    Dave H Producer

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    Hopefully, we won't have the problem we had already with these titles on DVD!
     
  4. John_McKittrick

    John_McKittrick Stunt Coordinator

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    December.
     
  5. David Lambert

    David Lambert Executive Producer

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    The Digital Bits is reporting a 12/11th street date in their Rumor Mill.
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    My 3-year-old enjoying Superman - The Movie in widescreen:
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    (Some of my DVD's are to the left side of the picture)
     
  6. David-alexander

    David-alexander Stunt Coordinator

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    12/11
    small buzz it could among the first or the first dvd with DTS 96khz 24bits....
    just a buzz.
     
  7. Neil Joseph

    Neil Joseph Lead Actor

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  8. Scott Simonian

    Scott Simonian Screenwriter

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    No no no, of course not. The 24/96 DTS track WILL play on all the dvd players that were originally equipped for it. It will sound the same as regular DTS.
    Unless you have a receiver that is equipped to play 24/96 DTS. Those are few and far between now because this spec for DTS is brand new.
    Do you have the new Denon 4802? Or are you going to be getting it when it comes out I mean? If you are, then yes you will hear this FULL 24/96 track. No, all dvd players will output the FULL signal regardless. It is just a question of whether you have the right receiver (preamp/prosessor) for the job.
    All the current ones will play the DTS track at the regular 20/48.
     
  9. David-alexander

    David-alexander Stunt Coordinator

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    Scott is entirely correct.
     
  10. Sean Oneil

    Sean Oneil Supporting Actor

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    I'll be needing a 4802 soon [​IMG]
    [Edited last by Sean Oneil on August 12, 2001 at 11:22 PM]
     
  11. Scott Simonian

    Scott Simonian Screenwriter

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    I think everyone here will be "needing" a 4802 soon. [​IMG]
     
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    Bjoern Roy Second Unit

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  13. David-alexander

    David-alexander Stunt Coordinator

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    hey Bjoern!!
    btw, what happened to other dvd measurements you did in the past ? I don't seem the link active anymore. In particular, I would have liked to see again the charts of U-571. I think you plotted them.
    cheers my friend
    David
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