Originally Posted by Richard Paul
Just curious but how did LG manage to make a universal player without any of the HD DVD companies knowing that they didn't plan to support HDi?
I am not here to represent all DVD Forum member companies
. The key is that until CES, folks did not know LG was going to ship the product before it was finished. You don't stop a chef in the middle of cooking and ask them if they are going to serve the food raw
. You have an expectation that they are going to finish the cooking and not serve it still moving on your plate.
Also if the universal player ships without either HDi support or a HD DVD logo do any of the HD DVD companies plan legal action against LG over this?
Sigh. I have already answered this question so many times. So yet again, no, no one can sue another company unless they have a contract with them that is breached. We have none with LG so we have no ground to sue them. I suspect neither do the other DVD Forum members.
Amir, if you really believe that people have the right to complain to Warner about this issue why not give us all the opportunity to do that by posting the email address of that Warner executive you were thinking of forwarding Talkstr8t's post to?
You are not serious are you? I am not going to provide the email address of an executive here to be spammed by the world.
I would love to tell Warner what I think about their policy towards not having Dolby TrueHD audio tracks on their Blu-ray movies and would appreciate it if you were willing to help. In fact I have the hunch that many Blu-ray supporters would appreciate the ability to talk to Warner about this issue.
Best way to have reached out to Warner would have been to keep cjplay here. If you genuinely want to provide feedback to Warner, I suggest creating a petition on another thread asking for return of cjplay, and I will happily forward that to Warner executives.