Blu Ray Vs 1080p Itunes Movie

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Blu Ray Vs 1080p Itunes Movie

 

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But he has lots of films and box sets, which are backed up on 2 large external hard drives. Now consider the plight of video-on-demand services that need to use a lot of compression to keep file sizes and bit rates reasonably low. Maggie much older now, with hat on, drinking wine Location: Toronto, Canada I seem to be getting the worst of both worlds here. Having said that: I watched all the Daredevils on Netflix and thought it all seemed OK, at least on a 42" monitor. A big reason why I intend to migrate everything onto SSD as Hard Drives are prone to failure as wellClick to expand. But I would really like to settle on something instead of mixing it up. Crank everything up to eleven and enjoy- Best Ways To "Show Off" Your Home Theater Sure, Blade 2 is just an ok movie, but the 5.1 mix is great. Not having to faff around with discs is great. Nov 10, 2015 #11 SirAF Ageist Joined: Sep 28, 2003 Messages: 16,895 Location: #Pogboom Pogue Mahone said: ↑ I think the whole concept of building up a collection of movies/music, digital or physical, is more or less dead in the water. Nov 14, 2015 #15 Krovv RedCafe Verified Joined: Aug 9, 2012 Messages: 2,350 Location: Getting knocked out of all cups Supports: Arsenal Don't waste money on either.

 

And unlike iTunes titles, BRDs can have uncompressed multi-channel audio, multiple audio language options, and special features. Fast forward to the the nightclub shoot-out if you want to skip the story. If you know where to look you can get all you need for a very low price. The disc is going to look and sound significantly better. I just read a review of the Triple Feature with "The Departed", "GoodFellas" and "The Aviator".

 

Blu-ray Now that Apple is selling and renting movies and TV shows in 1080p, the … Iljitsch van Beijnum - Mar 14, 2012 3:15 pm UTC reader comments 224 Share this story Ars was recently able to conclude that the newly launched iTunes movies encoded in 1080p do, in fact, look better than the same content encoded in 720p, despite the modest increase in file size. Just last week I was going to watch Skyfall on Netflix Germany (only one who had it) and then it was suddenly gone. The compression used in iTunes is very, very good though. You're also not burdened as much by the DRM on a Blu-ray or DVD as you are with an HD movie download. Wonder if there was an image issue going from computer to your projector. I've wasted a ton of money on digital already. In a few years time it will seem bizarre that individuals cared about "owning" individual movies or albums. So go ahead and make the investment; it will be worth it.

 

Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag . Nov 10, 2015 #6 One Night Only Prison Bitch #24604 Joined: Oct 16, 2009 Messages: 17,175 Location: Westworld Physical media can look awesome on the shelves and it's comforting knowing you actually have something physical for your money, plus if you ever fall on hard times you can sell it all. But I just prefer not having to worry about it. .. Nov 10, 2015 #13 SirAF Ageist Joined: Sep 28, 2003 Messages: 16,895 Location: #Pogboom Pogue Mahone said: ↑ Ah.

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