Jurassic Park DVD, does your system do this?

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  1. Dan Kolacz

    Dan Kolacz Stunt Coordinator

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    Hi,

    Just trying to determine if there is a problem with my display or DVD player.

    I have the Dolby Digital version of Jurassic Park.

    In chapter 14, 38-42 seconds into the chapter. Look at the left hand side of the screen at the background mountains. Do you see a noticeable flicker? If you use the slow motion controls you can see it as well for those few seconds.

    I have notice subtle brightness flicker throughout this DVD and many others. Is this normal?

    Thanks
     
  2. Joe McKeown

    Joe McKeown Stunt Coordinator

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  3. Brenton

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    I see it too, so unless you and me both have funky setups, you're ok.
     
  4. Dan Kolacz

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    thx
     
  5. Dan Hitchman

    Dan Hitchman Cinematographer

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    It's because you have the DD version! [​IMG]
    Seriously though, you ought to consider trading up to the corrected DTS version. Much better sound. Almost to the DTS LD level.
    Dan
     
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    Brenton,
    Incredible TV! I love it! [​IMG]
     
  7. Brenton

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  8. Dan Hitchman

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    Brenton,

    I'd keep the DD version for the extras and get the DTS version for the movie and the sound so you're set when you have a DTS processor.

    Dan
     
  9. Brenton

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    Ha ha, made of money aren't we?
     

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