The blind side part 1

The blind side part 1 movie

For video games I think people overestimate just how much space 3D textures take up. I dont expect to see 50GB PS3 games anytime soon. I think the way to deal with size is to have compressed textures on disc that get stored on a HDD option for the player and Massively Multiplayer online games handling the rest. Dont the concepts of Blu-ray and HD-DVD go against the trend of all the industries that are supposed to support them? Yup in the next decade On Demand will eventually usurp both physical formats. I look for cable ops to start using the the more efficient codecs which will reduce the the blind side part 1 movie macroblocking that I see on a daily basis with Comcast HD feeds. Its inevitable that On Demand will take over. In fact Microsoft and Disney persued iHD the interactive layers the blind side part 1 movie its small and can work in a IPTV environment. The writing is on the wall for those with large pipes. Eventually youll just choose your movie and to your HD with DVR like control. I agree that we have to look at the sign of the times and realize that access trumps many things. Why spend 20 for that movie you will only watch a few times when you can just view it for a portion of that whenever you want? this sounds like a HDDVDBluRayComboDrive, aka Superdrive II: article32554 Is all of this extra space even worth it to consumers? Thanks for the post, first off, and welcome to the forum. I think you answered your own question on this one. You have the convenience of consolidated TV shows or movies on one disc, convenience of one disc or very little number of discs for backup purposes, and the convenience of extra storage for better video games. I think it comes down to what you define as better video games, because, as I see it, from a graphics and audio perspective, games have gotten better with time, and more storage. They ought to improve moreso given that they have a future-proof path of storage available to them, especially in regards to Blu-ray. If your referring to the game experience as being better as far as enjoyment or the theme is concerned, I think it is quite a debatable point as to whether or not games have gotten better. Dont the concepts of Blu-ray and HD-DVD go against the trend of all the industries that are supposed to support them? HD is Digital Cable/Satellite first then Movies not the other way around. An HDTV would be pointless for most of the world if we could not eventually watch all of our daily programming with it as well as movies. With that said, we all know the direction the Cable companies and DSL providers are heading nowadays On demand, high speed broadband, fiber to the curb, Where is there room for BR and HDDVD on the consumer side? They win on cost, convenience, and ROI. TV shows are already downloadable is that just going to disappear? With the time it takes for a boxed set to come out where is the advantage of getting it on BD/HDDVD? The way I see it myself and most other people will download it, TIVO it, whatever it and then record it ourselves on to a BD or HD-DVD whatever format we prefer if at all, since we can always get them again. Video games are still going to be on a hard copy format for the time being but all signs point towards other forms of distribution. For a bunch of reasons, the subscription model is taking the entertainment industry by storm. Granted all games are not going this route, but the ones targeted at the HD audience are at the very least exploring it. In a nutshell, once the global network infrastructure can support it, I believe online distribution of full-length HD movies in 1920 X 1080 resolution or TV shows will be it, however, we are far from it, and in the meantime Blu-ray or HD DVD will find its place. Moreover, if the a la carte model from iTunes has shown anyone anything, people like to own the content they purchase not just subscribe to it, thus another reason why Blu-ray or HD DVD will find its place. Moreover, you have those individuals who want the most excellent quality, and not compressed versions of media or versions that are inferior found on another reason why Blu-ray of HD DVD will continue to have its place. With that said, Im in the camp stating that neither will win in the consumer market and this is all just hype to sell more TVs. Blu-ray however has a chance to become something used for backups if they can cost-effectively achieve those 100GB and 200GB capacities. The world has moved on since VHS and DVD and just like with HDTV we cant go back. Who wants to buy their collection all over again only to have it rereleased who knows how many more times? I already have an HDTV and a XBOX 360, so when the PS3 drops Ill grab mine like most other people because I get a 1st generation HD player that can be used to play exclusive games I could not play otherwise. However, I wont be buying their media, made that mistake two too many times. Rental companies get another life NetFlix Who said anything about having to buy your whole collection again? If you dont want to, you dont have too. Both formats will upconvert your existing DVD media to either 1080i or 1080P.

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