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Be afraid, be very afraid

Discussion in 'TVs' started by Squirrel God, Apr 26, 2003.

  1. Squirrel God

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  2. encaser

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    MS could be hated by a whole new mass of older generations, some good then;)
     
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    by the time we get hd blu-ray will probably be old hat.
     
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    Can you imagine the blue-screen of death displayed cinema size :devil:

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    Excellant thought stoo:) And what about all the poor sods with a non-networked pc who get the T2 disc and all their mates round, only to be confronted with having to lug it upsairs (as per) to 'try' and get MS licence acceptance first. There's going to be a lot of red faces, let alone blue. But wait there's more, let's not forget all those who get the disc only to find their pc hasn't the horses to run it. It'll be home cinema for the visually impaired ala plenty of stereo just no picture.
    This really should be a Halloween post.:suicide: :rolleyes: :devil:
     
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    Shouldn't be. Anyone can d/load some trailers in the same format from MS & see how they run before buying T2 Extreme Ed.

    Just watched the "BMW - The Hire" shorts with WMP9 (the hi-def versions) & they look sweeeeeeeeeeeet.

    No problems & now really looking foward to T2. I've had to use Windows media licences bfore for DVB stuff - never a problem either, so

    :p
     
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    I think you're neglecting to consider that several out there may buy the disc and have only a 56k connection (if at all) and struggle more. Plus many people don't have a 2.4Ghz equiv' still which MS state as necessary for smooth playback of the T2 disc.
    But if you want to get schoolyard it's conkers after class matie:mad: :devil: :laugh:
     
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    Where can I get these from?
     
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    They're on a MS "demo" DVD. Contains SP1, WMP9 & other MS marketing stuff along with the standard & hi-def versions of these shorts.

    Search MS for WMP9 demos - available free to US/Canadian peeps (pay postage) a relation can post it on.

    Failing that, drop me a PM ;)
     
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    Kramer - Does that MS Demo DVD have the "Step Into Liquid" [Surfing Movie...] HD Clip???
     

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