iTunes Movies and general Apple TV chat

Goooner

Distinguished Member
Then there’s the one big advantage, free 4K upgrades.

Don’t see many disc companies sending out new 4K discs, or sending out free extras discs at a later date.
 

lgans316

Distinguished Member
Posted 2 mins ago at Blu ray forum

U.S. CODES
Wonder Woman 1984 (from 4K blu) $6
 

mitch

Distinguished Member
I’m probably going to be moving to Virgin broadband next month does smartdns still work on the ATV with Virgin?
 

Badgerstuta

Active Member
I’m probably going to be moving to Virgin broadband next month does smartdns still work on the ATV with Virgin?
I’m with Virgin and smartdns worked fine whilst I was using it.
 

lgans316

Distinguished Member
Yesterday got the mood to do some A-B (Physical V Digital). So tried BTTF-3 (4K disc V iTunes).

To be honest, the difference on my 65 inch OLED was about 5% at best. Where the stream falters is in some fast moving scenes. You can see the image in the background looking a bit blurred and sometimes tearing when compared to the the disc. Otherwise, they are neck and neck. Audio wise, they sounded similar on my low end LG SN11RG 7.1.4 soundbar.
 

gunner84

Distinguished Member
Let Him Go is released on 12th April, been waiting for this after some good reviews, I put that free monthly £4.99 apple credit towards it, so only cost me £4.99.
 

Goooner

Distinguished Member
Yesterday got the mood to do some A-B (Physical V Digital). So tried BTTF-3 (4K disc V iTunes).

To be honest, the difference on my 65 inch OLED was about 5% at best. Where the stream falters is in some fast moving scenes. You can see the image in the background looking a bit blurred and sometimes tearing when compared to the the disc. Otherwise, they are neck and neck. Audio wise, they sounded similar on my low end LG SN11RG 7.1.4 soundbar.
Unless you’ve got a projector with a massive screen and a high end sound system, most people won’t notice any difference at all.

Let’s face it most people these days seem to watch stuff on their phones anyway :laugh:
 

Smurf100

Well-known Member

Vid

Distinguished Member
Lots of spaces and thinngs missing by the looks

You know from experience, it will be some dude wearing shorts and sandles donning a big ass beard saying Hi Guys I am just gonna make a small change.

Boooooooommmmmmmm !!!!!

Oops Sorry Guys.

:)
 

maverick177uk

Distinguished Member
Yesterday got the mood to do some A-B (Physical V Digital). So tried BTTF-3 (4K disc V iTunes).

To be honest, the difference on my 65 inch OLED was about 5% at best. Where the stream falters is in some fast moving scenes. You can see the image in the background looking a bit blurred and sometimes tearing when compared to the the disc. Otherwise, they are neck and neck. Audio wise, they sounded similar on my low end LG SN11RG 7.1.4 soundbar.
With all your comparisons, would you say if you can watch things through Movies Anywhere rather than iTunes if they both have DV and Atmos?
 

lgans316

Distinguished Member
LOL it has aswell.

Makes me laugh sometimes a company this size messes up so regular.

See, you won't have these glitches with discs.

So I am now heading to the top of Ben Nevis and you can hear me scream "Physical FTW" lol.
 

The latest video from AVForums

LG CX Best Picture Settings
Subscribe to our YouTube channel

Latest News

BAFTA 2021 awards sees Nomadland as big winner
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published
What's new on Netflix UK for May 2021
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published
Samsung rumoured to be buying OLED TV panels from LG Display
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published
Netflix signs with Sony for first streaming rights in U.S.
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published
Audio Pro launches C10 MkII speaker
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published

Full fat HDMI teeshirts

Support AVForums with Patreon

Top Bottom