Possession movie I hope it

Possession movie

I hope it makes it to True-HD and DTS-HD transcoding to AC Not sure if itll ever get VC-1 support, though. Either way, it will not have decrypting abilities, so until something like AnyDVD HD arrives for OS X, it has to be done on Windows. Rip BD with AnyDVD HD my trial has expired, so I dont do this anymore not at the cost of the app. Drop into VH or open in HB svn for the transcode. Leave video at 1080p and drop the bit rate down to 10 mbps. Preserve AC3 passthrough. These work very well in Plex and Xbmc, and even VLC. Quicktime has some issues with them, though. mmmn I wouldnt mind going off to college with a new iMac with a blu-ray drive next year. Supporting a Blu-Ray drive doesnt necessarily mean we will be able to watch Blu-Ray movies on it. Just supporting the media would be a big jump for them. DVDs are too small for long term storage. External HDDs while not as portable are great back up options because you can load them up and store them easily. I never look forward to doing backups to DvD, my iTunes collection eats over ten of the things now and it takes forever. Supporting a Blu-Ray drive doesnt necessarily mean we will be able to watch Blu-Ray movies on it. Just supporting the media would be a big jump for them. DVDs are too small for long term storage. External HDDs while not as portable are great back up options because you can load them up and store them easily. I never look forward to doing backups to DvD, my iTunes collection eats over ten of the things now and it takes forever. Did I ever say that I would be watching blu-ray movies on it? No, I just said I wanted an iMac with a blu-ray drive. ahhh!! good point. Australia is the worst possession movie for being a Blu-ray owner!!!! This has been talked about a lot over at But if you want to enjoy Blu-ray import them! Thats what i do i live in the UK. I just bought the amazing Proposition for ¸6! /Proposition-Blu-ray-Guy-Pearce/dp/B0017PI4Y6/refpdbbssr1?ieUTF8 sdvd qid1221992872 sr8-1 Practically all of my BDs are imported. : On amazon you can get for 95 on bluray and 99 on dvd DigiTimes this morning ran an article noting many top-tier Wintel manufacturers including HP are reducing the number of models they offer with Blu-ray optical drives due to the high prices from the OEMs and consequently slower customer adoption due to higher prices for machines with Blu-ray drives compared to those that are not. DigiTimes this morning ran an article noting many top-tier Wintel manufacturers including HP are reducing the number of models they offer with Blu-ray optical drives due to the high prices from the OEMs and consequently slower customer adoption due to higher prices for machines with Blu-ray drives compared to those that are not. This piece? I dont really see what you said being in With the average selling price ASP of Blu-ray notebooks remaining at the high-end of the market, several notebook vendors have started to lower their proportion of Blu-ray models as global economic worries increase, according to sources at notebook vendors. Asustek Computer originally planned to feature a Blu-ray drive in its upcoming N80 and N50 notebooks. However, due to shifts in market demand, the company recently noted that only the N50 will feature a Blu-ray drive. However, Asustek also said that the company is still optimistic about the Blu-ray notebook market and will launch two new Blu-ray notebooks with panel sizes of 18 and 19-inch in December this year, and will focus its Blu-ray offerings on large size notebooks in 200 On the other hand, Acer is not planning to launch any new Blu-ray notebooks in the second half of this year. The proportion of new desktop and notebook PCs launched in the third quarter of 2008 equipped with Blu-ray Disc BD optical drives, BD-ROM or BD Combo or BD burner was lower than originally expected due to ODM/OEM makers being unwilling to lower their quotes for BD drives to levels acceptable for PC vendors, according to industry sources in Taiwan. International PC vendors, including Hewlett-Packard, Acer and Asustek Computer, have asked global ODM/OEM makers, mainly Hitachi-LG Data Storage HLDS, Toshiba-Samsung Storage Technology TSST, Pioneer and Taiwan-based Lite-On IT, to decrease quotes to less than US100 for a BD Combo drive and US70-80 for a BD-ROM drive as the main condition for their adopting the devices in large volumes, the sources pointed out. However, the ODM/OEM possession movie are looking to maintain profits in the BD segment and are looking to avoid competition through price-cuts, the sources indicated. Well, been playing around with the latest Handbrake SVN.

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