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Good afternoon everyone,


Just finished placing my pre-order for:

Toy Story Trilogy 3D [Blu-ray] (2011)

at Amazon. No coupons or specials so it's sitting at $69.99 right now. Release date of: Tuesday, November 01, 2011.


Also, you can get each individual one:

Toy Story 3D [Blu-ray] (2011) - $34.99

Toy Story 2 3D [Blu-ray] (2011) - $34.99

Toy Story 3 3D [Blu-ray] (2011) - $34.99


Thought people might want to know.


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Originally Posted by darkmaster123456 /forum/post/20843485


did the 3d add add anything in the movie because im aware that toy story1 and 2 were conversions im not sure about toy story 3

the thing with 3d animation it should be easy for them to get a good conversion. I believe It was meant to be 3d and even released in 3d.
 

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To rent or to buy, that is the question. $69.99 still seems a little steep considering two of the movies are 3D conversions


And with the list of 3D movies that will available by the end of the year, I'm going to be a little more selective about which ones I pay full purchase price for
 

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To rent or to buy, that is the question. $69.99 still seems a little steep considering two of the movies are 3D conversions


And with the list of 3D movies that will available by the end of the year, I'm going to be a little more selective about which ones I pay full purchase price for

Honestly, there's really no such thing as post-conversion CGI. Because it requires no new filming, just a new rendering, you can redo EVERYTHING as if it were actually "shot" with a 3D camera. A live-action movie would have to have every scene re-shot with a different camera.


That said, the 1st 2 movies weren't framed with 3D in mind which sometimes can make a difference, but with CGI it's a lot less of a big deal.
 

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Honestly, there's really no such thing as post-conversion CGI. Because it requires no new filming, just a new rendering, you can redo EVERYTHING as if it were actually "shot" with a 3D camera. A live-action movie would have to have every scene re-shot with a different camera.


That said, the 1st 2 movies weren't framed with 3D in mind which sometimes can make a difference, but with CGI it's a lot less of a big deal.

We'll see how good they actually look in the end. I personally hope they look amazing
 

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I'm definitely getting all 3 of them! Can't wait to see them in 3D as my wife and I are Pixar fanatics!
 
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