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Old 06-25-2007, 01:32 PM   #46
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All hail Buford Pusser (please tell me that's your real name), King of FUD!
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Old 06-25-2007, 01:52 PM   #47
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All hail Buford Pusser (please tell me that's your real name), King of FUD!
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Buford Pusser was the real life sherrif that cleaned up a town somewhere in the south. At a terrible cost to himself and his family.

His life's story was made into the sleeper hit "Walking Tall" with Joe Don Baker.

This is a very funny DVD because they made a mistake when they transfered it. It was a "soft matte" production which means it was filmed at 1.33 and shown in the theaters at 1.85 with a special adapter that fits on the projector turning it into a "hard matte" 1.85 AR (cuts off the top and bottom of frame)

They forgot this when it was transfered so you see boom mikes in many of the shots.

Bo Svenson went on to do parts 2 & 3 and during 3 Pusser died under mysterious circumstances - he was killed in an auto accident in his Corvette and there was something wrong with the car that they felt was "man done" - no one was ever brought to trial.

The latest remake stared "The Rock"

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Old 06-25-2007, 02:23 PM   #48
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Are Blu-ray Disc Coatings Beginning to Rot?

"There may be a potential problem with the coating of Blu-ray discs. Some people are visually observing a type of “rot” that has begun appearing on some Blu-Ray discs. Right now it appears to be a toss. The problem is not affecting everyone. But, wouldn’t this be the luck of Sony after everything else that’s happened to them?"
http://www.imaginginsider.com/?p=34725

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Old 06-25-2007, 07:08 PM   #49
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From one of the links!!!

However, others, including myself, feel that this may just be the result of a quality control issue during the manufacturing process with specific runs of discs. There are no widespread reports of other titles being affected, but that hasn't stopped HD-DVD format supporters from cheering on any possible problems with rival Blu-ray.
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Blu ray...still winning the war!!!!



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Old 06-25-2007, 07:45 PM   #51
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I just found out about it now & I read boards... Wait... You think the general public isn't going to hear of this?

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Old 06-25-2007, 07:47 PM   #52
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Who is winning on stand alone players?
HD DVD are holding a lot of their releases back until the second half of the year. Starting tomorrow.

It was more than one title with the rot issue... the fear is going to be will the rest of them rot in 3 years... 5...
Are some rotting quicker than others? People who hear this will have that fear about bluerot disks.

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Old 06-25-2007, 10:56 PM   #53
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Interesting, but NOT very cool, BuFord. Especially, while in the Blu-ray forum!
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You know something you're right OM,
However, someone started a new thread for this and we were told that is was here on this BR thread. This is why some of us didn't hear about this topic, yet were told off in a way this topic has been covered.
Not all forum or HD DVD advocates hit the blue ray players thread.
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Does a few discs rotting due to a faulty production run (most likely explanation) really warrant the attention of HD DVD advocates though? It's just more bile for one side to shout to the other, when it's falling on deaf ears because 99% of people just don't give a XXXX.
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No it's not falling on deaf ears, it wasn't falling on any ears at all because it was hidden in this thread and people weren't seeing it.

See what MSNBC does when they hear about!

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Dude, just give up. You're embarrassing yourself. It's an extremely minor problem, and it's happened with EVERY optical disc format. Do you think HD DVD is immune to disc rot?
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Yup, this is why I see it plastered all over the place with HD DVD!

Keep trying to brush it off..
But what if more disks rot out... look at what is being said by some people other then me...

"but this could be a serious blow for the Blue-Ray supporters if it turned out to be something serious that could happen to all disks."

http://www.ghacks.net/2007/06/17/blu...isks-that-rot/

"If there's anything that Sony doesn't need right now, it's more bad press. Honestly now, it's like they're doomed. "

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Blu-r...39-57510.shtml

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Yup, this is why I see it plastered all over the place with HD DVD!

Keep trying to brush it off..
But what if more disks rot out... look at what is being said by someone other then me...

"but this could be a serious blow for the Blue-Ray supporters if it turned out to be something serious that could happen to all disks."

http://www.ghacks.net/2007/06/17/blu...isks-that-rot/
Buford:

It's great that you have taken an interest in HDD and that you have purchased a HD DVD player. You did some research - made your decision - and hopefully are now enjoying movies in HD.

But from you frequent postings of rah, rah HD DVD and Boooo BD, it almost appears you bought the player so that you can get involved in these "format war" threads having choosen a side.

Please - give the bashing and fanboy postings a rest for a while. You must have an opinion on something else. Maybe you could offer it instead.

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First of all: The problem with the described BD´s can also happens with HD-DVD and DVD. But maybe a little bit more by the production of BD´s because oft the specification of the Blueray format !!

So far i have an overview over the postings here, it looks like a process problem with the bonding layer ( lacquer ) which holds the two bonded half disc of the optical media together. The problems with the described BD´s are looking for my that there is air ( Bubble, Bonding Gap ) inside this layer, which makes that the metall-layer will make an reaction with air and this makes that the media is after a certain time no longer readable, because the metall-layer is not any longer reflecting the laser ...
This kind of process is similar used by the production for DVD, HD-DVD and BD-R´ but with special thickness and tolerances for each format.This specification window is aspecially by BD very small defined.
But also possible is, that there is something wrong with the hardcoated side ( also with lacquer!!) which protects the surfaces of the optical media for scratches and so one...Maybe a inclusion inside of the lacquer (condamination) or also an reaction with the material of the optical media !!
This kind of surface protection is also used sometimes, also for the other optical medias like CD, DVD, HD-DVD ...

Normaly the optical media is at the end of the production checked by a quality inspection system for optical defects, and the bad discs are seperated. But so far its clear that all optical media have small optical defect but as long the size of the defects is not going over a special definded size and amount the media is still readable. (The player can remove the reading problem by using software error correction.)

So far i have an overview, there are following lines for BD-ROM production installed and running.

30 Lines for BD Single and Dual Layer by SonyDADC( for Playstation and Sony movies ). Own design.
10 Line from Oerlikon for BD-ROM and BD-R/RE which are installed at the big movie studios worldwide.
8 Lines from Singuls Technologies which are also installed at the big movie studios worldwide.
2 Lines from Singulus Technologies were comeing back from the movie studios for some reasons, which are not described, all the other 8 Lines ( most of them installed more then 2 Years) are not accepted by the companies and therefore also not payed for some not described reasons...but maybe also running for production ...

For more information about the HD-DVD and BD-R process, i have found some interessting links, aspecially from Singulus, because thats the bigest producer of replication-lines for optical medias.

Please search for following key-words:

mtc06_training_day1_hotz.pdf
medialine_0505.pdf






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