or Connect
AVS › AVS Forum › Blu-ray & HD DVD › Blu-ray Software › 96khz blu rays
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

96khz blu rays - Page 6

post #151 of 165
What ever happened with that Dolby True-HD 96khz upsampling thing-a-ma that was announced a few months ago?
post #152 of 165
Quote:
Originally Posted by Scott Simonian View Post

What ever happened with that Dolby True-HD 96khz upsampling thing-a-ma that was announced a few months ago?

It's about to be splattered all over your ears. Every major authoring and mixing facility is installing it and it will not go wide until next year's releases though there are two music titles available that already use it.
post #153 of 165
Yep, there's no escaping it.
post #154 of 165
Have there been any more 96Khz or 192Khz BD titles introduced? I think it's been a while since I've pruchased one.

Is there a new list somewhere that shows the 96Khz and 192Khz titles?
post #155 of 165
Quote:
Originally Posted by Scott Simonian View Post

What ever happened with that Dolby True-HD 96khz upsampling thing-a-ma that was announced a few months ago?

Quote:
Originally Posted by LexInVA View Post

It's about to be splattered all over your ears. Every major authoring and mixing facility is installing it and it will not go wide until next year's releases though there are two music titles available that already use it.

I know it's already shown up on at least a few film releases, e.g. the Hong Kong release of The Raid.
post #156 of 165
Why the raid of all things? I love the film but its the dentition of low-fi
post #157 of 165
The HK release of Motorway is also a disc with 96khz/24 bit TruHD sound.
post #158 of 165
As is Dredd and The Four.
post #159 of 165
The US release of Gamera The Brave sports a Japanese 192kHz DTS-HD MA track. The movie and sound are great! Definitely one to watch with the kids (if they don't mind reading subtitles)
post #160 of 165
Quote:
Originally Posted by raoul_duke View Post

As is Dredd and The Four.

the US release of Dredd has 96kHZ or are you talking of the HK release? nevermind - it's the HK edition, might have to buy it (even though it's missing the 7.1 remix, even though the origianl theatrical mix was 5.1 and didn't have the extra rear channels of sound.

the kid film 'Sammy 2' (HK edition) is 96k

on the US front there's:

the Jonathan Demme documentary film "Neil Young Journeys" is 96k (odd thoughly I thought I had read that the audio was encoded at 192kHz)
'Samsara' - which makes sense since 'Baraka' and 'Chronos' were released as such. .
Edited by Giles37 - 2/7/13 at 9:27pm
post #161 of 165
Nah, don't buy the HK Dredd disc.

I did.

The PQ is too dark and the sound mix poorly balanced. Dialogue is buried.

Had neither issue with the US release.
post #162 of 165
Quote:
Originally Posted by Stoney Jackson View Post

The HK release of Motorway is also a disc with 96khz/24 bit TruHD sound.

Makes me wonder. Was the audio recorded via analog? If not, was the digital sampling that high?

Another words, how do we know that the audio is not being upconverted to 96khz?
post #163 of 165
I just bought Cold War bd from Hong Kong. It have a cantonese Dolby Truehd 96khz/24bits 7.1 surround and DTS HD Master Audio 7.1. I play the bd on my Sony bdp-s370 together with Onkyo TX-NR808. I choose the Dolby Truehd track because of the 96khz/24bit. There are 2 explosion scene in the movie where it suddenly went mute. The mute duration lasted for 1 second and after that it back to normal. I don't know where went wrong. I switch to DTS HD Master. There are no muting problem here. Still thinking where went wrong?
post #164 of 165
Quote:
Originally Posted by Thebarnman View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Stoney Jackson View Post

The HK release of Motorway is also a disc with 96khz/24 bit TruHD sound.

Makes me wonder. Was the audio recorded via analog? If not, was the digital sampling that high?

Another words, how do we know that the audio is not being upconverted to 96khz?

It IS an upsampled gimmick from 48kHz using Dolby's recent 96kHz upsampling.

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1411073/dolby-elevates-the-quality-of-lossless-audio-on-blu-ray

I personally don't think upsampled discs should be included in this thread.
post #165 of 165
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hughmc View Post



I am a Police fan and enjoy SACD's and DVD audio as well as BD's with excellent audio like Chris Botti. Police: Certifiable is a huge disappointment. The bass is overpowering and makes the entire BD sound muddy. I could be wrong, but I can't help thinking it is the mix post processing that screwed it up and not the recording of the concert itself. I have never returned or bitched about something like this, but I am pissed. What a bummer. The studio will be hearing from me.

There may be something wrong with your settings or something. Chris Botti in Boston and his earlier disc are my reference Blu Rays. The 24/96 audio on his first disc is fantastic. I agree with you on the Police Certifiable. I don't think it was produced well.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Blu-ray Software
AVS › AVS Forum › Blu-ray & HD DVD › Blu-ray Software › 96khz blu rays