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Is AT&T Uverse 3D content Bluray quality??

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just wondering this question? would the picture be better if i actually had a bluray or is ON Deamand 3d just as good quality ?
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Originally Posted by elykoj View Post

just wondering this question? would the picture be better if i actually had a bluray or is ON Deamand 3d just as good quality ?

BluRay
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The same is true for any: Uverse, DirecTV, DISH, Comcast, Vudu, Apple, Amazon whomever... None are the equivalent of Blu-ray. Just not practical to do so.
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It is possible, but not practical; so providers haven't done so due to bandwidth to get the bit rate needed to achieve such quality.
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Originally Posted by elykoj View Post

just wondering this question? would the picture be better if i actually had a bluray or is ON Deamand 3d just as good quality ?

OnDemand for UVerse is a little better than the normal 5.25 to 6.5meg stream for normal viewing. I would say that it is between DVD & BD quality. That is why I usually will watch stuff on Amazon OnDemand. Cheaper prices and better quality for OnDemand stuff, or just rent the BD from Netflix.
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Originally Posted by Run4two View Post

It is possible, but not practical; so providers haven't done so due to bandwidth to get the bit rate needed to achieve such quality.

I doubt it's possible for several reason including can the AT&T Uverse box decode frame packed info? So it's limited to half resolution per eye.
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