Blu-ray and DVD

Discussion in 'Music, Movies, TV, and Videos' started by Badd_Blood, Oct 29, 2012.

  1. SilverShip

    SilverShip Well-Known Member

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    I went to the IMAX to see the last one. It was amazing! One of the best trilogies of all time
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    Badd_Blood Well-Known Member

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    Just an update here. Watched The Dark Knight Rises dvd last night. I played it on the xbox 360 and it looked HD. The only difference is that the top and bottom are cut out some, making it a more wide-screen picture. So I really see no point in a blu-ray player.
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    Probably not. When we used to use our dvd player, we had a DVD-O that upscaled to 720p for our 720p projector. That was a few thousand dollars (my Dad guys, him and his video quality.) I don't think it would be fair for the $200 console to upscale, at least not in a way that would improve image quality at all.
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    Badd_Blood Well-Known Member

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    Idk but it looks better playing on the Xbox than on the computer.
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    It's all about quality! Blue Rays are like overkill in some aspects very nice to watch. To put it into perspective DVD = watching movie in dollar theater BluRay = watching movie on opening night in an i-max theater.

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