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What exactly does that mean? What “other discs”. Is it just Dolby Vision he’s talking about or HDR in general?
I think he's saying the movies on disc are in 4K/HDR and on digital the same movies are in 4K/Doiby Vision.
 
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I think he's saying the movies on disc are in 4K/HDR and on digital the same movies are in 4K/Doiby Vision.
That’s what I thought but wasn’t sure.
 

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It will be interesting to see what this looks like in 4k.

It was shot in HDCAM, and taken to a 2k DI.

Not certain what 4k adds...
 

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It will be interesting to see what this looks like in 4k.

It was shot in HDCAM, and taken to a 2k DI.

Not certain what 4k adds...
Many of us have already seen them in 4K/Dolby Vision on Disney+ and think they look fine. However, I doubt they pass the smell taste with you and/or some others that have more critical eyes and are viewing them on projection.
 
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Many of us have already seen them in 4K/Dolby Vision on Disney+ and think they look fine. However, I doubt they pass the smell taste with you and/or some others that have more critical eyes and are viewing them on projection.
Coming from the same perspective, with most players now doing 4k up-rez internally, is there a reason to re-purchase in 4k, or will the HD, ie Blu-ray variant serve a close or identical purpose.
 
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Coming from the same perspective, with most players now doing 4k up-rez internally, is there a reason to re-purchase in 4k, or will the HD, ie Blu-ray variant serve a close or identical purpose.
I see a significant improvement from my Blu-rays and the same with Dolby Atmos.
 
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I gotta back Robert Crawford on this. A good 4k transfer will beat Blu-ray as far as I can see disc vs. disc
 
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I gotta back Robert Crawford on this. A good 4k transfer will beat Blu-ray as far as I can see disc vs. disc
We're not talking about disc vs disc, but the 4K digitals on Disney+ vs Blu-rays in regard to Star Wars movies. As to your specific point, I'm in total agreement.
 
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We're not talking about disc vs disc, but the 4K digitals on Disney+ vs Blu-rays in regard to Star Wars movies. As to your specific point, I'm in total agreement.
My apologies. I can't speak for that since I haven't watched any of the SW films on Disney+

I don't want to introduce an argument that may not have been there, but weren't there complaints about Disney+ 4k quality?

I watch all my 4k off of iTunes via Apple TV. No complaints.
 

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I don't want to introduce an argument that may not have been there, but weren't there complaints about Disney+ 4k quality?
I think all the SW 4K films look and sound terrific on Disney +.

Also @Ronald Epstein iTunes will not have the Star Wars films in 4K. Vudu will tho.
 
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I think all the SW 4K films look and sound terrific on Disney +.

Also @Ronald Epstein iTunes will not have the Star Wars films in 4K. Vudu will tho.

Oh that sucks. I hate Vudu. I want all my movies in one place.
 
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Couldn’t wIt for the discs and started watching this one in Disney+
 

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