Originally Posted by BobY
Well then I would argue the same about HD DVD. It has a lot of nice features, but it falls short in a number of key areas (like lower picture quality at only 30 Mbit/s).
Bah, Humbug. You know that isn't true in the real world and you can just reread the Casey interview for all the proof you need.
I am an engineer; I examine NUMBERS not opinions.
SD DVD == ~10 Megabit/s
HD DVD == ~30 Megabit/s
Blu-ray == ~50 Megabit/s
Everyone knows that when you compare two identical movies, both recorded using the same codec, the higher the "speed" of the data, the better the picture will look to the eye. More of the original data is preserved.