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Old 02-20-2012, 07:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Scott_R_K View Post

Just a little "dust-off" for the 2.35:1 folks....thought everyone might find this of interest...

And they said it would never happen



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Must..stop...buying...every bluray release...
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Old 02-21-2012, 12:24 AM
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Originally Posted by saprano View Post

So with 4K coming you CIH guys are going to be getting at least 1900 lines of vertical resolution. Excited?

It seems no matter what though, we'll always be losing vertical and horizontal resolution on HDTV's and CIH setups because of different ratios. I didn't even know the samething happens in the theater.

Well it does with digital, not film.


I think it would be better if the display showed you the actual resolution being used. For 2.35 films it should say 1920x800p, for 1.85:1 1920x1023p?(I foget) etc. But that wouldn't be fun would it.

I don't get how the rest of the pixels are encoded in the black bars???????

The black bars are a part of the image and the image has an Aspect Ratio of 1.78:1 regardless if the film is Scope or not.

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