Send a private message to paceman The disc itself doesn't make the most of the 4K format though. Your personal disdain for Adams and Cartier-Bresson aside, get over yourself, will you? I bet just about everyone would be hard-pressed to tell any difference between an RGB and a YV12 image properly converted back to RGB for display, of course! Seems like the upconvert would produce that dreaded grain. Large format digital for static scenes such as landscape is alive and kicking - e. The 4K release has a great soundtrack.
Have you even compared upconverted DVD to a 13 mbps Blu-ray stream? This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Posted 27 December - Advertisements or commercial links. Almost everything is so so about this animated film but I liked it although I am glad it was just a rental. They never force her to sing, but still… The HD DVD release is a solid representation of the demanding visual palette and editing style. I'm more pissed about chroma subsampling.
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Rachael Bee , Dec 26, While Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: RGB might be on auto, but I tried changing that setting as well with no difference. D i counted 2 new products already this month again, but who knows how much really appear per month Worldwide they popping out as fast as when you put some maize corn into the popcorn maker ;. HDR can amplify grain and make it look more pronounced. ApocaLypse Follow Forum Posts: If you bother to read most reviews you will see that both Batman Begins and Order of the Phoenix have excellent picture quality according to most reviews and on the AVS forum there both given a Gold rating.
Because manufactured config are usually not what you need to get the best out of an HDTV. Then both batman and potter are movies with a good compression ratio. Unless you have the lossless master those videos where encoded from how can you tell that the encode is not an accurate representation of the source material? I could watch Donnie Yen fight on the enormous scale of World War 1 all fucking day and night long. It's not really something to worry about. It really breathes a whole new life into these Harry Potter films.