No DTS intro. on Fantasia 2000?

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  1. Jeremy Stockwell

    Jeremy Stockwell Supporting Actor

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    I put Fantasia 2000 (DTS) in for the first time last night and was expecting to see a DTS intro/trailer. I didn't. Am I just missing it or is it just not there?
    I believe that all of my other DTS DVDs have either the "exploding disk" or the "piano." Are there other DTS DVDs that don't have a trailer? Just wondering.
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  2. Richard Kim

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    There are quite a few DTS discs that don't have a trailer. Se7en is one of them. I think they leave it out for space reasons.
    [Edited last by Richard Kim on August 22, 2001 at 09:43 AM]
     
  3. MikeEckman

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    Not every DTS DVD has a DTS intro. None of the Warner DTS DVDs have it, and I know I have a couple others that dont either, but cant remember them off the top of my head.
    What I want to know is, why dont any movies have a Dolby Digital intro???
    Okay, T2:UE has it, and a couple Hong Kong imports I have have it also, but I want more movies to have it.
    In the days of Laserdisc, I was proud to see that Dolby Digital intro before the movies. Granted, its not as special as it was before, but I'd still like to see it.
     
  4. Artur Meinild

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    Hmmm, I seem to remember the DTS Piano trailer on both Fantasia and F:2K, but I don't have the discs here, so I'm not really sure...
    Actually there are some cool DTS titles called "Coming to Beverly Hills 1+2"! [​IMG] The first one has no DTS intro, but the second has the exploding disc in a video quality much better than on T2. The DTS intro on T2 is mastered from film, where the one on CtBH2 is a direct digital transfer, it looks so goddamn cool! The rest of the film, however, might disappoint! [​IMG]
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