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Originally Posted by skitzogreg View Post
Lulz. Physical media.
AGREED,

Between Netflix/Hulu/Torrents you can find everything.

And the difference between a Netflix HD stream and Bluray is less noticeable then Normal and 3D movies, After about 10 minutes you stop noticing anyway and pay attention to the story.
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Can you get 7.1 DTS-HD, Dolby TrueHD audio, special features, and java apps?
DTS-MA 7.1ch @ Variable is typical.
Java apps? doubleyou tee eff?
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Originally Posted by .:hybrid:. View Post
wat

you can download uncompressed blueray too... just a direct 1:1 rip
Just because it can be done doesn't mean that everyone will want to do it.


I cannot wait until Talledega Nights is on Blu Ray, and if its already out, oh..my..gawd!
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A year ago I would have agreed with you 100%, but I have to say Netflix's streaming quality has gotten a lot better. When I watch now I very seldom think that the quality detracting from the experience.
uh... netflix only goes to around 5mbit/sec or something...and uh... they use aac or something instead of flac or other lossless...? they are almost near dvds... but BDs go to like 40mbit/sec+
7.1ch = 8 channels and there's no diff between flac,dts, lpcm

x264 isn't lossless... but lagarith is... but you could h264 hi444pp would be good...
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DTS-MA 7.1ch @ Variable is typical.
Java apps? doubleyou tee eff?
What variable bit rate? Never heard of BD-J?
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Quality aside, physical over digital any day.

If I'm paying money for something I'd better damn well be able to hold it in my hands. Its availability will never be in question, nor do I depend on silly subscription-based service or greedy companies, whose squabbles often result in customer inconvenience only. I don't have to backup my films for fear of losing them to a mechanical failure of some sort. I take care of my things and, if I were to live long enough, my discs would probably still be working long after things such as Netflix and Steam kick the bucket.

I may be behind the times, but I refuse to adopt a distribution method whose only pro seems to be a slight edge in convenience.
post #37 of 81
You guys may yell at me, but...I've never seen Star Wars. I've been waiting for the Blu-ray to come out so I can finally watch it. I hope the movie is good.
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I cannot wait until Talledega Nights is on Blu Ray, and if its already out, oh..my..gawd!
Got that Blu Ray free with my launch PS3.
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AGREED,

Between Netflix/Hulu/Torrents you can find everything.

And the difference between a Netflix HD stream and Bluray is less noticeable then Normal and 3D movies, After about 10 minutes you stop noticing anyway and pay attention to the story.
Some of us actually like to pay for their content and not be cheap, and illegally download it.
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Why would anyone here buy a standalone BluRay player? Just get a 5.25" bay drive and slap it in your computer. They're cheap enough.
True that.
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