Originally Posted by Rakesh.S
you know, I really wonder if people take "supermans" seriously....
once again, in this thread, he has spouted off about how universal sacrificed HD audio because hd-dvd needed the space for PQ with no proof.
In multiple threads, he has been told and given evidence that out of all the Universal releases, only 7 or so have had TrueHD. Movies range from 90 mins to 180 mins.
Let's get one thing straight -
UNIVERSAL ONLY RECENTLY STARTED DOING TRUEHD and the lack of it on past titles has NOTHING to do with space. If space is the issue, GIVE ME PROOF.
What about Shooter? Paramount put DD+ 1.5 mbps on the HD-DVD and dd 640 kbps on the bluray...does this mean bluray can't handle the hd sound?
The format shilling on this forum is really out of control.
Neutral studio titles on both formats have had no difference in video quality and I expect the same for Nature's Journey.
The human eye can only perceive so much detail. There is a point of diminishing returns, especially when the SAME codec is used on both formats.
LOL ok, if you want him to give you proof of "not enough space" give him proof that they "chose not to put it on".
Please, his your speculation is no better than his. And one thing can be assumed that the DTS HDMA (BR) will sound better than the lossy track (HD) that wasnt put on the NJ HD DVD disc because it didnt have the bandwidth.
I copied this from another thread where I posted this:
You can argue all day as to whether it is a "creative decision" or because it doesn't fit.
If it is a "creative decision" Uni should be taken to task for short changing the consumer.
If it doesnt fit, then HD DVD's capacity is to blame.
Either way, argue all you want, someone is to blame.
People who are fans of "next gen" movies should expect no less than lossless audio as it is half of the movie experience. (and that goes for both sides)