53? I remember a 52" one... Working with them I've never been fond of LG's flat panels, be it plasma or LCD. I would recommend returning it and going for the Samsung (keep in mind it's "LED-backlit LCD", not just LED).
Now in the original airing of The Best of Both Worlds (Part I) the shot of when the Enterprise-D leaves the Paulson nebula (and past the Borg cube) the deflector dish element is "ahead" of the ship and the rest seems to have to catch up to it which results in a bizarre artifact.This was visible in the original broadcast as well as the DVDs. This looks similar...I'm wondering if it was in the original photography.
I'm wondering if it's artifacts from being downconverted from 30fps to 24fps. It would be easy to screw up multiple passes where they no longer quite line up anymore.Remember Legato shot 24fps VFX film elements, Curry 30fps: all his shots would need to be downconverted.
You really need to take some lessons in law.What the constitution mentions is things that the *government* may not infringe on. Not on how some purchased software behaves.As soon as the government starts imposing limits on freedoms, you'll have a point. Until then, it's does not apply.
You mean SRS' MDA which DTS bought...Kind of hard to have a home system without software, and theatrical mixes are usually the source. Dolby will build a nice library of film material like The Hobbit, Star Trek, etc. and then bring it home.