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Aquarium DVD for your plasma

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Craigt, May 2, 2004.

  1. Craigt

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    Hi All,

    Im about to buy me a nice plasma TV and I was wondering if you can get DVD's that have aquarium scenes on them to play whilst you have guests etc.

    A friend informs me that you can get such a DVD along with other scenes such as a view through a window etc.

    Any info would be very much appreciated :smashin:
     
  2. jmack

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    Would these type of discs be okay for prolonged use ? or do they have static areas ?

    Cheers, Lee
     
  5. Harry1265

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    I think there is an aquarium on the 2nd disc of the Finding Nemo DVD set.
     
  6. fil

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    HI,

    If you do a search for Marine Aquarium 2, you can download a free demo of an aquarium to check out. It goes through various colour changes and "night" scenes, so there are no burn in problems.

    Regards, fil.
     
  7. dcguy

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    Are these "background" DVDs in widescreen format or "full screen" format? I recently bought a plasma and had the mistaken notion that I would never see the black bars at the top and bottom of a wide format movie again. WRONG. I had to give myself a crash course in aspect ratios.

    Anyway, I am also interested in these plasma art DVDs but I want full screen viewing (without having to zoom, and therefore lose quality) not "widescreen" with black bars.

    Can anyone tell me how these are viewed? I am going to assume they are, indeed, full screen DVDs and not widesceen (technically speaking). Thanks.
     
  8. Jasonjo

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    Craig,

    Do a search on "aquarium" and all will be revealed ;)

    JJ
     

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