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Old December 27 2013, 07:32 PM   #16
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Many films today are starting to use higher fps and the get that soe.
Actually to date, only two mainstream films that use a higher frame rate, the two Hobbit movies. And since they are natively at a higher frame rate they don't look quite as weird as a faked motion interpolation with standard frame rate material. Turning on the artificial frame creation of a TV is generally considered a no-no and certainly changes (ruins in many people's opinions) the entire look and feel of the content.
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Old December 29 2013, 06:24 PM   #17
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Many films today are starting to use higher fps and the get that soe.
Actually to date, only two mainstream films that use a higher frame rate, the two Hobbit movies. And since they are natively at a higher frame rate they don't look quite as weird as a faked motion interpolation with standard frame rate material. Turning on the artificial frame creation of a TV is generally considered a no-no and certainly changes (ruins in many people's opinions) the entire look and feel of the content.
I absolutely agree .....but i was just curious how it looked. I will probably even keep my sd dvds just because they look closer to what i grew up with.
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Old December 30 2013, 11:43 PM   #18
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Re: Star trek tos blu-ray vs netflix

Maybe I should start a new thread on this one, not sure, but since this thread is talking about the Blurays:

I just got the complete seasons 1-3 of TOS on Bluray and am looking over the BD Online content on the packaging. A link here talks about the content available but the CBS BD Live site appears not to exist now. The original Bluray content was posted in 2009.

http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Sta...e-Update/12226

Where is this material now? Is it on youtube? Did a quick search and could not find the roundtable discussion from the season 1 Bluray disc link.

Anyone know what has happened to the material that was linked to? I would love to have that material, since I now own the discs and should be legally allowed to download it.

Thanks,
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Old December 31 2013, 05:12 AM   #19
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Re: Star trek tos blu-ray vs netflix

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Maybe I should start a new thread on this one, not sure, but since this thread is talking about the Blurays:

I just got the complete seasons 1-3 of TOS on Bluray and am looking over the BD Online content on the packaging. A link here talks about the content available but the CBS BD Live site appears not to exist now. The original Bluray content was posted in 2009.

http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Sta...e-Update/12226

Where is this material now? Is it on youtube? Did a quick search and could not find the roundtable discussion from the season 1 Bluray disc link.

Anyone know what has happened to the material that was linked to? I would love to have that material, since I now own the discs and should be legally allowed to download it.

Thanks,
Not sure, CBS may have finally just shut down the servers that contain it. There was no way to access the content without going through the BD Live interface, so I don't know how people would have put it up on YouTube easily.

As I recall it isn't all that amazing stuff, if it was really good it made it on the discs.

Also in order to rule out it being an issue on your end be sure you have BD Live enabled properly, this means connecting a 1GB+ flash drive to your BD player and designating it as BD Live storage space.
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