Shania Twain UP DVD-A, Which mix is it?

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  1. Wes

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    I have the CD with the World (Rock) mix and the Country mix but I can not find any info as to what is on the DVD-A, any ideas?

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    Thanks, do you have it?

    Is the Music videos in 5.1 and are they 16:9 inhanced?
    Is it a good agressive HiRes 5.1 mix?

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    the high res mix is quite agressive. this is among my MCH show off albums (the other pop one is DSOTM)

    videos - not 100% certain of this - are stereo 4:3
     
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    I dont know for sure but music videos are often 4:3 and usually stereo though once in awhile they do include 5.1 mixes for the videos.
     
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    Wow, I just bought the DVD-A and I sure do not know why there is not more talk about this release? "UP" was released in DVD-A and SACD as well as the two disc (two Mix) CD. The HiRes 5.1 mix is incredible, It also has three of her Music videos which I wish more DVD-A's had. They are 4:3 and in Stereo but they sound pretty good, sure wish they had used the DD 5.1 tracks for the videos as I would think this would have been easy to do, at leased give you that option. There is also DD 5.1 for the DVD-V side on the music tracks incase you do not have DVD-A and it sounded great also.

    I think other performers and labels should use "UP" as the bar to surpass.

    Oh yah, at BB each are $14.99 also which is not too bad of pricing for a great HiRes release.
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