At this point the list is now flawed & completely subjective.
So we are now adding titles that have been challenged by majority that say no EE in favor of a zoomed digital cap.
My system is indeed capable of showing ringing on discs that have it & I am the first to complain about the slightest ringing on any title.
Simpson's: More say it does not have EE yet those people including the evidence Ive submitted have been discarded.
I showed no EE in my pictures not only at 8 feet wide
EE is something if there easily shows up from normal viewing distance and cannot be filtered out.
While they have their place majority people do not watch digital caps. Just as every satisfying projector or TV can be pronounced defective when put through paces with test discs ( which we do not watch them but they also have their place ) other viewing conditions must also be taken into consideration and not ruled out and count just as liable.
I included pictures that were zoomed by a factor of 15. People then zoomed them furtherer and said see I think I see it even though most people in that thread say it is not there.
Someone shows a zoomed digital cap and now the rest of us don't count. Trust me I know what EE looks like
I know this is weak but even highdefdigest who has been reporting EE reported the transfer as flawless. If this disc is labeled EE even though most people say it is not there, then this now changes how we have to look at all other titles, under a microscope.
For instance days ago I posted Transformers on my system shows edginess. Its worse then Simpsons so we might as well add that to this list. The edginess is visible without any zooming and can easily be scene if comparing side by side to Simpson's.
Seeing as majority opinions from people noted to know the subject mater nor do pictures submitted supporting the lack of, then the validity of this list is lost.
We have plenty of support Here
that question or say no EE. Lets not confuse compression artifacts or noise as EE. We also have support the other direction providing digital caps who say it does. If this title showed EE under normal viewing conditions I doubt we would have those in this thread established within the forum laying their reputation on the line who in the past have started threads reporting titles with EE commenting the title as EE free.
If EE were clearly visible everyone would be seeing it beyond digital caps. A title ether has it and all will see or it does not.
At this point this title has enough debate both ways, it does not belong in the list.
Moving forward if titles that show no EE under normal viewing conditions and reported by majority as so have to be zoomed by a large factor to show theres something there, noise of some sort, and that qualifies a title then we will probably find most titles qualify moving forward.
Ive taken the liberty to add the following title. It truly does indeed show ringing beyond the Simpson's movie.
Title: Transformers ( 2007)
Disc: HD DVD (USA)
Problem: Edginess EE
Time Codes: Whole Movie
Comments: US version contains slight edginess when zoomed.