Hei, tenkte vi kunne starte en ny tråd som kan være sticky hvor man publiserer nyheter som angår HD både software og Hardware. Og uten noen form for diskusjon. Det er jo det som interesserer de fleste her, samme hvem som vinner bare vi får masse HD
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Tråd: HD nyheter
12-19-2007, 12:15 #1
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12-29-2007, 21:59 #4
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12-30-2007, 15:00 #8
Grei tråd, men fint hvis du slenger med noen få ord om hva nyheten består av på norsk.
12-30-2007, 17:06 #9
Fint det er noen som vil legge ut linker til steder de finner som er innteresange.:twisted:
12-31-2007, 11:33 #10
01-02-2008, 02:21 #11
Sunday Times tester HD spillere:
Test bench: HD disc players - Times Online
"Test bench: HD disc players
With two rival HD formats on the market, we examine the merits of each type of playerEdited by Alex Pell
Nearly 7m people have bought an HD-ready television in Britain on the promise of crisper pictures. However, to watch HD films from a disc on these sets you need an HD player.
Once connected to an HD-ready television and supplied with a suitable disc, these players deliver far more detailed and richly cinematic video than any standard-definition DVD. Most HD disc players can also display movies at the best current level of video, known as 1080p (see jargon buster, below). However, you will need a so-called “full” HD TV or projector to get the true benefit as only these sets can handle the higher resolution...............
01-03-2008, 04:10 #12
01-03-2008, 12:09 #13Opprinnelig postet av cognito
Hvilken betydning skulle dette ha?
01-03-2008, 14:07 #14Opprinnelig postet av OleM
01-04-2008, 22:42 #15
01-04-2008, 22:43 #16Opprinnelig postet av cognito
01-04-2008, 23:14 #17
01-05-2008, 22:01 #18
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Rolls into 2008 with Blu-ray(TM)
"In Europe/Australia, WDSHE will roll out Blu-ray Discs in 2008 beginning with The Recruit (Touchstone Pictures) in January; and Dark Water (Touchstone Pictures) in February; Underdog (Walt Disney Pictures) and Starsky & Hutch (Buena Vista) in February; Coyote Ugly (Touchstone Pictures) and The Rookie (Walt Disney Pictures) in March; Hidalgo (Touchstone Pictures) and Gone Baby Gone (Miramax) in April; Signs (Touchstone Pictures), There Will Be Blood (Miramax), Shall We Dance (Miramax), Ladder 49 (Touchstone Pictures), The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Walt Disney Pictures) and National Treasure: Collector's Edition (Walt Disney Pictures) in May; and The Game Plan (Walt Disney Pictures) and Unbreakable (Touchstone Pictures) in summer 2008. "
01-21-2008, 12:15 #19
BBC says it will still support both high-def formats
TG Daily - BBC says it will still support both high-def formats
London (England) - In a time where every HD DVD supporter seems to be expected to comment on recent events, BBC Home Video has said it will continue to release titles on both formats.
01-21-2008, 12:19 #20
Pornographic Film Industry Still Firmly Behind HD DVD
Despite Blu-ray Disc's momentum, adult video still likes HD DVD
Despite all the talk regarding Blu-ray Disc's momentum after Warner Bros. gave its support exclusively to the format, the high-definition format war is far from over. With the overall high-definition market barely a drop in the bucket when compared to DVD sales, there is still a lot of ground still to be claimed.