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post #151 of 167 Old 08-25-2007, 10:40 PM
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I guess it's correct. I wonder what the problem was with the other filter combination.
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Couple of people contacted me that they don't see any difference in details or gamma just the chroma bug.

I want to make sure before I make some adjustments.

AVC and VC-1 encoded Blu-ray are not affected.
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Couple of people contacted me that they don't see any difference in details or gamma just the chroma bug.

I want to make sure before I make some adjustments.

AVC and VC-1 encoded Blu-ray are not affected.

Your Bluray Haali screen shot looks fine. Your AVC coming from america screen shots also had chroma bug...
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Does the UK HD DVD have English subtitles?
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Tape a piece of black construction paper to your screen over the letterbox bar. Prolem solved.

If you're watching this on an LCD, you'll probably want to do that for both bars anyway.

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Does the UK HD DVD have English subtitles?

No.

Blu-ray : 340
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Just finished watching the U.K edition of T2 released by momentum pictures and studio canal. Picture Quality is extremely soft and is just a tad better than the Extreme Edition.
The SQ however is boombastic. The Colors looked pale and the film bears a old look. Overall T2 is my biggest disappointing Hi-Def purchase and will soon put it on sale.

Blu-ray : 340
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Just finished watching the U.K edition of T2 released by momentum pictures and studio canal. Picture Quality is extremely soft and is just a tad better than the Extreme Edition.
The SQ however is boombastic. The Colors looked pale and the film bears a old look. Overall T2 is my biggest disappointing Hi-Def purchase and will soon put it on sale.

I think you're tellie needs to be sold....
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If anyone wants to sell me their disc one theatrical cut send me a PM. I need something to hold me over until the German release comes out!

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Just finished watching the U.K edition of T2 released by momentum pictures and studio canal. Picture Quality is extremely soft and is just a tad better than the Extreme Edition.
The SQ however is boombastic. The Colors looked pale and the film bears a old look. Overall T2 is my biggest disappointing Hi-Def purchase and will soon put it on sale.

I tend to agree, both the HD DVD and BD are lacking, the HD DVD is better, but it's not this amazing 5-Star transfer some are making it out to be. Hopefully the German HD DVD is better.
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I have already sold my copy of T2 to a buyer in the U.K.

Blu-ray : 340
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Is the French version not good or something?
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Is the French version not good or something?

It is suppose to be good but the German one looks like it will have some nice interactive features. The first disc of the French set is the theatrical with forced subtitles so many don't bother with it. I should be able to cut these titles off on my setup so this disc would work for me if someone is willing to sell it.

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Just arrived. I took quick snapshots for the forums. Its $36.00 shipped.







I will post comparison screenshots versus the BD version later here. But first . . . . T2 movie night with friends

I have a different version. On the cover it has Arnold showing half of his face as the robot and the other half human. It sis a film bye James Cameron. Lions gate who is right! Subs due not come up my the version i got at all!
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Already have it and I love it!!!

Great example of how HD DVD is squashing Blu ray. Lions Gate who????

-Murray

Squashing Blu-ray? Isn't Blu-ray outselling HD-DVD 2-1 in software sales? Anyways, Terminator 2 is a great movie and I can't wait to watch it in High Def!
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T2 sucked on both BLU-RAY AND HD DVD. The latter was marginally better but wasn't great . Let's hope that the German edition delivers.

Blu-ray : 340
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The HD DVD version is clearly the superior one.

Many macroblocking artifacts are present in the Blu-Ray version and not in the HD DVD version, as you can clearly see in this 2x lossless zoom of the above screens:




Also the edging LOL HD-DVD I mean dead HD-DVD what a rip off! Bluray, I’ll save my money for something else thank you.

You have to also remember this is video, not FILM! I would never see poorness with so many distractions with 35 or 70mm, sure fine grain and so, but that’s why its called film and this is really piss poor HD transfer, throw it in the dustbin.
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