Hot shots movie part 2 Will

Hot shots movie part 2

Will the average human eye be able to recognize any more clarity. So my question is, have we reached full maturity of television as we know it. I am sure tvs will get thinner and lighter, and that dvds will probably be replaced by some sort of virtual memory bank. But will the television experience in 100 years be identical to what it is today as far as screens are concerned. If not, what come next, in the foreseeable future? Today in Gaming News June 20, 2011 Image is most definitely going to get clearer and another storage medium will also be needed, of course downloading movies will probably be the next big thing. Non-Disc-based: Direct Download though this often cuts special features and such, which I am a big fan of There isnt that much of a demand visual-wise for something bigger than Blu-Ray which theoretically can store up to 100 gig or even 200 gig because the human eye already has trouble distinguishing the difference between 720p and 1080p, let alone 1440p, unless the screen is ludicrously large. Unless you are watching things on a 100 inch screen or larger, Blu-Ray is probably the most you will ever need simply because the human eye cant distinguish the difference. If it is the size of an IMAX screen, then you could definitely use higher resolution stuff and get an advantage. We had two bags of grass, seventy-five pellets of mescaline, five sheets of high-powered blotter acid, a salt shaker half full of cocaine, a whole galaxy of multi-colored uppers, downers, screamers, laughers Also a quart of tequila, a quart of rum, a case of beer, a pint of raw ether and two dozen amyls. The only thing that really worried me was the ether. There is nothing in the world more helpless and irresponsible and depraved than a man in the depths of an ether binge. Raoul Duke It is hard to shed anything but crocodile tears over White House speechwriter Patrick Buchanans tragic analysis of the Nixon debacle. Its like Sisyphus, he said. We rolled the rock all the way up the it rolled right back down on Neither Sisyphus nor the commander of the Light Brigade nor Pat Buchanan had the time or any real inclination to question what they were martyr, to the bitter end, to a hot shots movie part 2 cause and a narrow, atavistic concept of conservative politics that has done more damage to itself and the country in less than six years than its liberal enemies could have done in two or three decades. Hunter S. Thompson I hope my 360 doesnt RRoD Suck my balls! Tag courtesy of Fkusmot Non-Disc-based: Direct Download though this often cuts special features and such, which I am a big fan of There isnt that much of a demand visual-wise for something bigger than Blu-Ray which theoretically can store up to 100 gig or even 200 gig because the human eye already has trouble distinguishing the difference between 720p and 1080p, let alone 1440p, unless the screen is ludicrously large. Unless you are watching things on a 100 inch screen or larger, Blu-Ray is probably the most you will ever need simply because the human eye cant distinguish the difference. If it is the size of an IMAX screen, then you could definitely use higher resolution stuff and get an advantage. Yeah thing is image quality isnt just about the number of pixels, its also about the number of colours, contrast and luminosity and some other things I dont know about like motion and such, and when image quality will reach a level of super realism, a more advanced storage medium might be needed. The fusion of internet, downloading stuff, general computery things with TV will be the next big step me thinks. But will any company dare to venture outside the box? Are we soon to venture into 3D television through holographic or cyber technology, or will that never happen? Or will the next be interactive television, with voice recognition and personalized content? Or is this just as good as it gets bar some visual upgrades? What are we likely to see in the future, and how will it evolve to that point. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the hot shots movie part 2 below. I hope others in PAL land or AUS with a mac, HV20, toast9 and PS3 can help out. I get motion blur on blu ray dvds created via toast The motion blur happens when objects move accross the screen. I use the PS3s blu ray drive to play back the blu ray DVDs through to a pioneer plasma. The same method I am describing used to work fine before, but now all I get is the motion blur. The best way to describe the blur is if the 50hz footage remember it is PAL Australia is being played back at the 60hz refresh rate instead, causing a kind of ghost or blur effect on anything moving used the Automatic best setting in toast 9 to burn, and dropped in the original captured AIC MOV files and burn to regular DVDs. Can anyone in PAL land please assist with this? Do I need to find a better workflow to make blu ray DVDs that work, giving me smooth motion 50hz PAL footage? The tapes look great and nothing wrong direct form the HDMI to the PLASMA. I know what I want to do is possible, since I recall watching back some blu rays I had made using TOAST 9 and me going wow, these look just like the original HV20 tapes!. happy, after much more research and reading it seems the PAL PS3 are not changing to the correct refresh rate of 50Hz output when playing from the PS3s HDD or any other connected card/memory stick etc. It treats the file as a 60Hz hence the judder and blur. Even when I make my Blu Ray DVDs in Toast 9 I still see the same problem of 60hz anyone else in PAL land worked out a way to get the HV20 footage on their PS3 without the motion blur via TOAST, even if by converting their MOV files or something else? I would love to figure a work around for this since it drives me mad I cannot watch my HV20 footage except from the camera. EDIT I have just done a lot of testing and found some interesting results. I made an SD DVD using my Pioneer stand alone DVD burner, and used the DV lock function on the camera, plugged it in via the DV firewire connection on the DVD burner and it worked a treat, the DVD made was perfect copy and played back in both the Pioneer DVD player and PS3 as smooth as silk and extremely clear as close to HD you will see hot shots movie part 2 an SD DVD.

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