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Old 09-12-2007, 05:31 PM
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Default Who's been the most consistent studio?

Hands down Disney! Top notch PQ & AQ. Only two strikes PotC framing issues on a few scenes from The curse of the Black Pearl. And those idiotic BD Java games! No other studio comes close.

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Disney has been very good, they have had very few dissapointing transfers, I'm very impressed with them.
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Old 09-12-2007, 05:32 PM
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Universal for HD-DVD, Disney for Blu-Ray.
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Old 09-12-2007, 05:35 PM
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Universal for HD-DVD, Disney for Blu-Ray.
universal? Universal has released a TON of crap releases on hd dvd...
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I'd say Disney, Sony, and Warner for BLU
Universal and Warner for RED
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Out of ALL High Definition Media Disney has impressed me the most. Universal has just now started to release titles with next gen audio. And a few of their titles have not look so great. I would actually say Warner for HD DVD though.
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Universal for HD-DVD, Disney for Blu-Ray.
Check the reviews on some of Universal's catalog titles. Not that great.
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sony hasnt released enough to be considered... especially since cartoons are automatic 5 stars on hd
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Paramount, Disney, and Warner Bros. have been the best imo. Universal and Sony have been dissapointing. Universal's releases are necessarily bad though, they just choose movies to release on high def that aren't really needed right now, as they aren't anyones high definition showoff titles such as 40 year old virgin.
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Warner Brothers and Disney I think.
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