Don and I presented the chroma bug to Leonardo Chiariglion, the father of MPEG, a while back and he was suprised to see this. He suggested adding an annex to the MPEG spec to warn MPEG decoder makers.
It is strange to see people actually defend it. I guess if you have not seen how much better a picture looks without it, you don't appreciate what the image is supposed to look like.
Originally posted by raymar99 What a waste of time. You evidently are bored to stupidity. Get a life.
OUCH! Does this mean that I'm out of the running for "post of the week"?.....and I thought I ALREADY had my life back after I quit spending those long nights searching frame by frame for the chroma bug!
I voted for "Don't Care"..... I have read all the info and DO understand that it exists and is very real, I won't let that impede by DVD viewing experience.
The information provided by Stacey Spears and crew is invaluable and I DO appreciate it as it helps to make me a more informed consumer. However, I can't wait indefinitely for the "perfect" player because I would be waiting for a LONG time......
I'll just see which player I like the best and go with that......
Don't care. I've noticed it a couple of times on my DVDP, but it's so inconsequential that I'm not at all worried about it. As flaws go, I'd rank it right alongside a slightly noticeable layer change.
If I had a larger (than 53") display, I might be singing a different tune, though.
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