NVidia 3D TV Play is available for download here.
I read that there was a 14 day trial floating around as well, but haven't looked around for it yet. My Samsung UN46C7000 is awaiting repairs after a mere 3 weeks of working.
Much is made here of Deckard daydreaming about a unicorn, and later, Gaff making an origami unicorn. Finally, the truth can be told. One of the scenes that hit the cutting room floor was an advertisement for Kirin beer, whose symbol is a unicorn. When Dekard is daydreaming of a unicorn, he's really thinking about having a beer. Later, Gaffs "comment" with the unicorn is that since Deckard has done a man's job, he deserves a man's beer.
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[Massive spoilers below]
I've watched and enjoyed this film literally dozens of times since it first came out, but I think I understand why some people find it "boring." The key to appreciating Blade Runner, IMO, is to not view it as a contemporary action film, but instead, as a psycological study. Believe it or not, the point of the film is _not_ Deckard running around hunting androids, though it certainly looks like it from a surface viewing. Instead, the point is...
Actually, according to the Wikipedia link you posted, HD DVD must include _one or more_ of the mandatory codecs... And, there are mandatory codecs that are not DTS or Dolby Digital. So, according to my reading, an HD DVD can include the mandatory codec Dolby Digital Plus and need not additionally include Dolby Digital.
Just a thought here, but are you positive your HD DVD has dolby digital and not dolby digital plus (or some other advanced audio codec)? If the HD DVD has advanced audio, which is likely, then decoding would happen inside PowerDVD instead of being "passed through" to the receiver (which likely can't handle the advanced audio codecs anyway).
I'm guessing the problem you're describing is the one "fixed" here:TRDenoise
Basically, it involves adding a TRDenoise key to the registry. The exact value depends on whether you're running XP or Vista, but for XP you just add TRDenoise with a value of 0. It's all described in the thread.
The only thing I've heard that's similar was posted on the Rage3D board by SantiagoDraco:So, I'd make absolutely positive your display is capable of 1x1 mapping and that you have your overscan settings on your display set to no overscan... Other than that, not a clue.