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AUJ EE DVD

Greypilgrim
Bree


Dec 26 2013, 5:24pm

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Just watching the normal DVD and the quality is really poor, even compared to LOTR DVDs. It has this weird blur when people move. Anyone else find this?


MasterOrc
Rivendell


Dec 26 2013, 5:29pm

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fantastic in quality...truly amazing in Blu Ray and really good in the standard form.


m.summers343
Bree

Dec 26 2013, 5:31pm

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on both BluRay and DVD and I haven't noticed any problems. Both are fantastic in quality. It might just be your copy.


(This post was edited by m.summers343 on Dec 26 2013, 5:32pm)


Faleel
Rohan

Dec 26 2013, 5:40pm

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24fps [In reply to] Can't Post

Its probably the 24 fps conversion.

Or your DVD player/TV


Greypilgrim
Bree


Dec 26 2013, 6:10pm

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Strange [In reply to] Can't Post

As it's the same on my mac book pro as on DVD player- and I have another copy of it and it is exactly the same problem! Very odd. I've got a HD download from iTunes which is much better


wonderinglinguist
Lorien

Dec 26 2013, 6:14pm

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I remember a similar blur when I watched it in theaters, but both my theatrical edition and extended edition play fine on the TV and computer. Maybe you got a bad disc? Unsure

keep smiling Smile


Owain
Tol Eressea


Dec 26 2013, 6:26pm

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Maybe a bad disc or player issue? [In reply to] Can't Post

I have it on BluRay and a streaming copy for my Apple TV and both transfers look great.

Unsure I'd take your discs back and get a replacement if no other dvd is doing that in your player.

Middle Earth is New Zealand!

"Question everything, embrace the bad, and hold on to the good."


Osskil
Bree

Dec 26 2013, 9:02pm

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Yep, seems to be 24 fps [In reply to] Can't Post

In each of my viewings of the Hobbit films in 2D and 24 fps, in varied theaters and on varied DVD, Blu-Ray and computer drives, any shots involving motion (especially panning across CG elements) strobe unpleasantly. In all 3D showings, no such ill effects seem to occur.


QuackingTroll
Valinor


Dec 26 2013, 9:34pm

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What's the DVD like? [In reply to] Can't Post

I'm guessing it's on 2 discs? What are the menus like? similar to the Blu-rays?


Greypilgrim
Bree


Dec 26 2013, 9:58pm

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It is 2 discs (for the film, 3 other discs of extra stuff) and the menu begging with an entry to bag end where the door swings open and there is then a menu with that entrance to bag end in the back drop.


peterLF
Rivendell

Dec 29 2013, 2:12pm

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turning off 100Hz refresh rate on your TV... I find it doesn't work very well on the vast majority of material. This could be why your iTunes version looks better.

As for the LotR discs looking better, there is no doubt the two trilogies have a different digital set-up. And might not be for the better when paired with certain equipment.

However - don't forget that the originl trilogy actually looked pretty awful. That was the whole point in introducing HFR.

 
 

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