Originally Posted by Dahlsim
This is another way of saying that the specs on the box do not necessarily apply for Analog connections. The specs you see on the box may hold for Analog, then again they may not. That's how I read that. That would Jive with Amir's cryptology saying basically that nothing should be assumed from said disclaimer.
(1) By it's language, the disclosure covers more than just "not necessarily
apply for Analog connections." It states a digital connection is required
to get the stated resolution. That means without a digital connection, there is no possible way to get the stated resolution of 1080P.
(2) As Kieth pointed out, and I confirmed by linking to the AACS table, 1080P is NOT ALLOWED OVER ANALOG. Period. That is not limited to Warner. No AACS content may be played over analog at 1080P, as per the AACS Content Participant Agreement. Therefore, the language on the Warner box is nothing but a warning to consumers about 1080P being a digital connection only resolution
. It has nothing to do with ICT though. It is an AACS specification that all content providers must comply with.