Underworld - Superbit

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  1. BAN5HEE

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    Does anyone have Underworld in superbit? I have the 2 Disc set which has the DTS soundtrack but I'm just wondering if it would be worth getting it for the better picture quality?
     
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    I believe there is a Jap version with both the extended cut of the film and a DTS soundtrack which is probably the best version :)
     
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    The R2 versions (both cuts) contain DTS tracks and fill up most of the disk's space (both cuts have all the extras on a separate disk), so they are more or less superbits anyway. The R1 version was released by Sony so they withheld a DTS track until the Superbit version (as usual), but the R2 was released by EIV.

    So if you have the R2, I doubt there is any point in getting the superbit.
     
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    If you have the ability to play/display high definition, then you may want to check out the 720p WMV-HD disc. It is the extended print.

    This may well be the best looking disc out there, although I haven't checked out the 1080i print that is also about.

    Anyone compared the two? Barring in mind if I had the 1080i, I'd be downscaling it to 720p anyway for my projector's resolution. 1080i PJ's are still a bit pricey at £14,000
     
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    I know about HD version but don't have anything to take advantage of that at the moment. Kate Beckinsale in HD hmmmmmm
     
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    Unless you get a 9" CRT for about 6k :smashin:
     
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    BANSHEE :hiya:

    I have the HD verson and it is very good, could you not connect up your pc to watch it? :D

    Underworld HD
     
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    Did you buy the wmv-hd from that website? I could do with some of these movies as I have a Z3 setup now. Are there any other places selling them?
     
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    I might come and "borrow" your RD65 :devil:
     

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