Where could I find online a full range of high def dvd players (multiregion)
robborobbo said:Am I best to just use a component connection on my dvd recorder than buy one of thos "up scaling" models with hdmi
JimmytheSaint said:There are some new dvd players that can stream hi-def 720P and 1080i from your computer (.ts files etc).
The Snazio SZ1350 is one as well as the Buffalo Linkplayer.
JimmytheSaint said:No, I wouldn't say it's a compromise. A large number of people here have high def (720P and 1080i) films on their computers (also HD Divx) as well as WMV titles.
...Knyght_byte said:....does that mean either via HDMI or DVI or progressive component it can output a 720p WMV file recorded on a disc from my PC?......
I was looking at this a while back. You can purchase WMV-HD films too, but surely they are heavily compressed to fit on a normal DVD vs the true HD formats to come which will hold ten times more data?
Knyght_byte said:so are you saying the 3910 can do this? or that you looked in to it but never tried it?..lol
Joe Fernand said:PJTX100
The 'movies' are stored on hard drive as a *.ts file - typically a whole movie will be anywhere between 20Gb and 40Gb depending on how long the movie is.
With a DVD-R your looking at about four discs for a typical movie - mostly I use DVD-R as a simple way to have lots of HD Movie clips in a 'portable format; until I get my Tera Nas HD hard drive to connect to the SZ1350!