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As you can see below, while both Blu-ray and HD DVD offer much more than plain old DVDs, the differences between the two technologies aren't that pronounced. In terms of technology, Blu-ray can currently store more on a single side of a disc than HD DVD -- although double-sided, dual-layer and even other disc combinations coming in the future could see that storage difference become academic. Blu-ray can also currently output to 1080p -- most HD DVD units now output at 1080i, but the latest Toshiba HD-XE1 is able to display 1080p.
2. Video capacity will vary depending upon the type of encoding used. Discs encoded with MPEG-4 or VC-1 offer better compression and, therefore, more video per gigabyte (standard-definition or high-definition) than those encoded with the older, less efficient MPEG-2 codec.
6. Managed copy refers to the ability to make an HD DVD or Blu-ray movie viewable via a home network or a portable video device. The details haven't been worked out yet, leaving managed copy as more of a theoretical option than a usable feature for the foreseeable future.
1080p output1080p is the best image that's possible with consumer entertainment devices today -- and the image quality is, frankly, stunning and almost 3D-like. 1080p delivers a resolution of 1920x1080 at up to a 54MBit/sec bandwidth -- and to to put it into perspective, normal DVDs output at 576p, while the highest HD signal in Australia only comes out at 1080i (for more about screen resolutions, click here). While the software in most current HD DVD players can only display at 1080i resolution, we expect 1080p technology to become more widespread in future players.
Top of the line gear needed to make it shineForget about plugging a Blu-ray player into a CRT or older flat-screen panel -- you're going to need a display that can display at least 720p images to be happy with what Blu-ray can produce. And if you want to take full advantage of its image capabilities, you'll need a 1080p capable screen -- those screens are still very expensive compared to 720p models.
Most players max out at 1080i resolution1080i is the same standard as the Channel Nine and Ten HD TV feeds in Australia. While it's not as big a difference between 1080i and 576p (normal DVD resolution), the lower specification means HD DVD will be compatible with more flat-screen televisions. A minimum display capability of 720p is probably ideal, however. The second generation of HD DVD players -- which are starting to appear -- are capable of outputting at 1080p.
You've probably heard about HD-DVD and Blu-ray, a pair of competing next-generation DVD technologies that hit store shelves earlier this summer. You may also know that, unlike standard DVDs, they can deliver movies in high-definition format (720p, 1080i, and 1080p). But do you know how these discs, which to the naked eye look virtually identical to a standard DVD, go about accomplishing such an impressive feat?
The first way Blu-ray and HD-DVD trump standard DVDs is through the use of a more efficient method of data compression, called MPEG-4. This standard uses a variety of technologies to shrink the size of the content typically found on a DVD, including video, audio, interactive features and subtitles, which significantly reduces the amount of space required on the disc.
"In only its first season, the critically acclaimed series has received a 95% certified fresh rating and scored an 8 out of 10 on RottenTomatoes.com - and continues to gain momentum," said Rosemary Markson, WBHEG Senior Vice President, TV Marketing. "Now is the time to join in on the investigation of the WORLD'S WEIRDEST phenomena with these unique DC Super Heroes. We are excited to make this outstanding first season available on all formats - Digital, Blu-ray and DVD - for fans and newcomers to enjoy along with a never-before-seen gag reel!"With Blu-ray's unsurpassed picture and sound, Doom Patrol: The Complete First Season will be released in 1080p Full HD Video with DTS-HD Master Audio for English 5.1. The 2-disc Blu-ray will feature a high-definition Blu-ray and a Digital Copy of all 15 episodes from season one (available in the U.S.).Doom Patrol stars Diane Guerrero ("Orange is the New Black"), April Bowlby ("Two and a Half Men"), Joivan Wade ("Doctor Who") and Alan Tudyk ("Firefly," Serenity) with Matt Bomer (Magic Mike), and Brendan Fraser (The Mummy), and a special appearance by Timothy Dalton (License to Kill). Based on the characters from DC, DOOM PATROL is produced by Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti ("The Flash," "Supergirl," "Riverdale," "DC's Legends of Tomorrow)", Jeremy Carver ("Supernatural," "Frequency"), Geoff Johns (Aquaman, Wonder Woman), Chris Dingess (Agent Carter, Eastwick) and Sarah Schechter ("The Flash," "Supergirl," "Blindspot," "Black Lightning"). DOOM PATROL is the second original live-action series from the DC UNIVERSE digital subscription service.
THE BLU-RAY DISCby Bill Chambers For Your Eyes Only arrives on Blu-ray in an adequate 2.35:1, 1080p transfer. Restorers Lowry Digital falter by applying too much DVNR (the less-than-crisp letters of the opening credits betray this better than any other aspect of the image), but I suspect it would've looked a little soft anyway due to the picture's unconquerable Eighties-ness. Colour-wise, For Your Eyes Only certainly boasts a renewed brilliance here, something that's obvious from the fire-engine-red helicopter in the very first scene. The accompanying 5.1 DTS-HD MA remix deserves some sort of best-in-show award when compared to the four earlier titles in the inaugural batch of Bond BDs; working from a four-track master (also included as a Dolby 2.0 Surround option), the lossless track features discrete and more active rear channels as well as occasionally guttural bass. If the music sounded "bright" to me, the grating instrumentation of Bill Conti's score is at least partly to blame.
Declassified: MI6 Vault houses "Deleted Scenes and Expanded Angles"--that is, two of the former and one of the latter. Glen provides non-optional intros and the whole megillah is in 1080p despite its workprint quality. More interesting than 007 dumping a load of snow on his hockey-playing adversaries (seriously: this was their idea of a Bond we could take seriously?)--a gag that was cut for time--is the moment where Melina grills James about his sex life. Glen says this "took away from [Carole Bouquet's] character," but no, it takes away from Moore's, perilously deromanticizing our secret agent. It always makes me feel skeevy to think of Bond working through the Kama Sutra with one of his conquests, and this elision has a similar impact. Meanwhile, "expanded angles" describes a multi-angle feature giving us wider views of Locque's death. It's awfully pointless. Moving on, "Bond in Greece" (6 mins., 480i) is the first of three home-movie-type reels narrated by Wilson that together manage to encapsulate the upcoming making-of. Wilson spoils the surprise of future Bond Pierce Brosnan having been on set in the company of then-wife Cassandra Harris, who played Topol's mistress; and he touches on the issues with the monastery that would see the production hassled by monks. A humorous story of backgammon wagers is unique to this piece, though. "Bond in Cortina" (4 mins., 480i) is more of the same, with Wilson quoting Glen's utterly un-quote-worthy assessment of Bouquet's most striking feature: "As John Glen put it, 'Those wonderful eyes.'" Lastly, in "Neptune's Journey" (4 mins., 480i), Wilson tells the tale of a modest fake personal submarine that went on to fame and fortune and now resides in a museum devoted to props from the 007 film series.
Leapfrogging over 007 Mission Control, we come to Mission Dossier and Cork's "Inside For Your Eyes Only" (30 mins., 1080i), the de rigueur retrospective making-of. Wasn't sure if they'd have the stones to broach the subject of transsexual Tula, whose bikini-clad appearance in For Your Eyes Only caused quite a stir after-the-fact, but Glen generously remembers her as the most beautiful woman in the film. Moore calls the moment in which he kicks villain Locque's car off a cliff "a bit un-Roger Moore Bond" and admits to taking a Valium before agreeing to go mountain-climbing on camera. As I said, overall it's a tad redundant, but the anecdotes, unlike Wilson's, are largely first-hand, and it's worth a viewing just to see/hear how extensively-interviewed effects maestro Derek Meddings executed a few truly ingenious optical illusions. Rounding out this section are animated storyboards for the snowmobile chase and underwater passage and a so-called "Sheena Easton music video"--in actuality Maurice Binder's title sequence with the words removed. (There's no way a letterboxed clip with this much skin would've landed in rotation on MTV circa 1981. How times change, huh?) Finally, the Ministry of Propaganda contains the film's theatrical trailer, three "TV trailers," and two radio spots, and an Image Database is divided into the following categories: The Filmmakers, Portraits, The Pre-Credits Helicopter Sequence, Music and Titles, Gonzales' Villa/Deux Chevaux Chase, Cortina & Ski Action, Willy Bogner's Ski Action Unit, Corfu, The "Underwater" Scenes, Michael Wilson's Cameo, 007 Meets the Prime Minister, Donald O'Connor Visits the Set, Doubling 007, and Around the World with 007. Originally published: December 4, 2008.
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