Where can I find a list of DVDs coded for on-the-fly P&S?

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  1. Todd H

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    I don't think I've ever seen one before and I'm curious as to how it looks. But don't get me wrong...OAR or nothing for me! Just want to see if it would be suitable for J6P.
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  2. Mark McLeod

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    Memento (Aliance Atlantis Version)
    Ginger Snaps (TVA International Canadian Version)
    Those are the two I can think off the top of my head.
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  3. Jeff Kleist

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    Aren't those just center zooms?
    To my knowlege, no one has actually used it on any title for actual panning and scanning
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    The HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE preview in the DVD of the same name has the on-the-fly pan and scan option.
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  5. Mark Zimmer

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    First pressing of Last Temptation of Christ accidentally had it enabled.
    I believe the Canadian Ginger Snaps has been confirmed to be P&S on the fly (the US is just fullscreen).
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  6. Jeff Kleist

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    Last Temptation only had the center zoom. Typically the feature is used on DVD menus in order to have 16:9 and 4:3 versions easily
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  7. Jesse Skeen

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    Volume 1 of Elite's Drive-In Discs has this, though I'm not sure if it's intentional. "Aquaria", the fish-tank video, was shot on video in 16x9 and crops the picture when set to pan and scan. I've heard "The Stoned Age" has this too but I haven't actually seen the disc.
     
  8. Joseph Bolus

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    Joseph Bolus, "Of course, if everybody would just stop purchasing those obsolete 4:3 sets this whole problem would be rendered moot in just a few years anyway!"
    I couldn't have said it better! [​IMG]
     

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