IIRC, the audio is lossy.
Originally Posted by raehza /t/1415792/the-aviator-sound-is-terribly-low-picture-quality-sub-par#post_22135641
What does that mean?
ALL BDs should be lossless...period.Quote:
Originally Posted by Tulpa /t/1415792/the-aviator-sound-is-terribly-low-picture-quality-sub-par#post_22137677
I don't think the Aviator was ever released with a lossless audiotrack. At least none of my cursory research shows anything but the DD 5.1 tracks; no PCM, no TrueHD, no DTS of any type. But lossy vs. lossless shouldn't affect the volume THAT much (otherwise, how did we stand DVDs?)
Given a choice I would take a lossless soundtrack, but in a pinch even lossy tracks should be listenable.
But the video quality is supposed to be really good, so it's probably a bad disc.
Originally Posted by oink /t/1415792/the-aviator-sound-is-terribly-low-picture-quality-sub-par#post_22137780
ALL BDs should be lossless...period.
Anything else is B.S.
Sad, but true.Quote:
Originally Posted by Tulpa /t/1415792/the-aviator-sound-is-terribly-low-picture-quality-sub-par#post_22138174
"Should be" is different from "is," though.
Originally Posted by oink /t/1415792/the-aviator-sound-is-terribly-low-picture-quality-sub-par#post_22139441
Sad, but true.