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Pre-order Bourne Ultimatum HD DVD (released 28th March) for approx $16 (aus) - postage is $4.50 so this works out to be around £10.

No customs to worry about (under £18) and HDDVDs are region free......

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[helper]#1
minus 6 - I guess the BR fans are sick at all the cheap HDDVDs ......
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gari189
minus 6 - I guess the BR fans are sick at all the cheap HDDVDs ......


agreed, they are threatened by a superior format, have to keep their mind at ease by voting it cold so no1 buys it. Hd-dvd kicks ass, if i had spare cash(loads on paypal not on me xD) i would buy a hd-dvd for £26 @pcworld for 360 plug into pc and buy some hd-dvd's if you think about it, the old br players(only support 1.1) so in theory these will have the same life span xD.

Voted hot.
#3
voted hot...i have an hd dvd player....good price
banned#4
Lol I've had this film in HD for 3 months!
#5
Toshiba gave up the HD-DVD already and Hence the price...

u guys a stuck with an expensive dvd upscaler... :)
[helper]#6
KillFelix
Lol I've had this film in HD for 3 months!


and how much did you pay?
#7
Hmm I looked at the prices and thought it seemed like a good place to stock up, but I noticed they all seem to be 'Available March the 28th'?? Whats up with that?
[helper]#8
If you look at other Australian dvd sites eg [url]www.dvdcrave.com[/url] they tend to have similar dates so it may be down to the distributor.......
#9
Whats the companys like
banned#10
gari189
and how much did you pay?


£35 for a year of rapidshare
#11
gari189
If you look at other Australian dvd sites eg [url]www.dvdcrave.com[/url] they tend to have similar dates so it may be down to the distributor.......


Its a good site but postage kills you and they have some stuff in the checkout that says tax and goods something is yet to be added
[helper]#12
KillFelix
£35 for a year of rapidshare

so you paid £35 for an illegal pirated copy that you have to download.....
banned#13
gari189
so you paid £35 for an illegal pirated copy that you have to download.....


No. £35 for a YEAR of RAPIDSHARE
[helper]#14
dandoc2
Whats the companys like


Only just started using them but they were mentioned in another thread on here ( can't find it with the wonderful search engine though :whistling:). Couple posters said they used them regularly.
#15
Hudson92
agreed, they are threatened by a superior format, have to keep their mind at ease by voting it cold so no1 buys it. Hd-dvd kicks ass, if i had spare cash(loads on paypal not on me xD) i would buy a hd-dvd for £26 @pcworld for 360 plug into pc and buy some hd-dvd's if you think about it, the old br players(only support 1.1) so in theory these will have the same life span xD.

Voted hot.


the 'old blu-ray' units which can only do 1.1 will still play films released in the future, they just wont be able to do additional online content that people will be adding in the future.

no more HD DVD's are being released from now on...
http://www.engadget.com/2008/02/28/paramount-and-dreamworks-hd-dvd-support-ends-march-4/
Really, you should cut your losses and get a blu-ray player...:whistling: (ducks)
#16
Voted hot and the temp went down?????:?
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stapsell
the 'old blu-ray' units which can only do 1.1 will still play films released in the future, they just wont be able to do additional online content that people will be adding in the future.

no more HD DVD's are being released from now on...
http://www.engadget.com/2008/02/28/paramount-and-dreamworks-hd-dvd-support-ends-march-4/
Really, you should cut your losses and get a blu-ray player...:whistling: (ducks)


sorry didnt no any of the real difference from 1.1-2.0 xD but everyone was telling me its massive..... maybe ill just buy a £60 internal blu-ray drive for my pc xD
[helper]#18
If you want to discuss the merits of BR vs HDDVD or the demise of HDDVD please use the Misc forum - don't play the trollers game by responding to their attempts to spoil the thread like every other HDDVD thread.....just report them to the mods.
#19
stapsell
the 'old blu-ray' units which can only do 1.1 will still play films released in the future, they just wont be able to do additional online content that people will be adding in the future.

no more HD DVD's are being released from now on...
http://www.engadget.com/2008/02/28/paramount-and-dreamworks-hd-dvd-support-ends-march-4/
Really, you should cut your losses and get a blu-ray player...:whistling: (ducks)


Well i want a few films in high def and the cheapest blu ray player atm is £270 so....


Also does this mean no cloverfield hd-dvd

Why has paramount and warner gone all evil and stopped releasing

Theres a market to still sell to
#20
checkout that says tax and goods something is yet to be added

you only pay the tax if you live in Australia p&p is $4.50 each dvd but rises to $18 for 3 so order in batches of 2
#22
cheapskate58
Voted hot and the temp went down?????:?


Yer i just got that :?
#23
KillFelix
£35 for a year of rapidshare


u know that the quality of those rips doesnt compare to the actual HD disc.

HD DVD & Blu-ray rips are just above DVD disc quality IMO.
Just think about it, HD Rips have a of bitrate of about 9,500kbs - the HD discs have upto 30,000/40,000kbs :)

sure your getting the movie for more or less free, but if its HD your after, you cant really beat the actual HD disc [we'll, not just yet] ;-)
#24
Wow i thought this was already out. I watched this on HD-DVD on monday! I got this on ebay for £7.50 when i was looking for bargains after buying an EP30 for £80 when the fire sale started.

I've already got a PS3 and a good few blu-rays but from what i have seen so far HD-DVD is a better picture and the discs are more interactive. The picture in picture stuff on this movie is good.

One annoying thing though. It takes about 3 or 4 minutes before you get to the film with all the unskippable junk!
#25
I ordered the trilogy instead for 17 pounds! ;)
#26
Hudson92
they are threatened by a superior format.


You haven't got a clue. :lol:

Hudson92
sorry didnt (k)no(w) any of the real difference from 1.1-2.0


At least you're starting to admit it though. :thumbsup:
suspended#27
sparc
You haven't got a clue. :lol:



At least you're starting to admit it though. :thumbsup:


no affence but hd-dvd is superiour, its just that sony was trying to make br win(and it worked) because microsoft were lazy *******s this time. The way i see it, br should of been just for storage and hd-dvd for films :P
#28
Good deal but it may well be even cheaper in this country soon. Its only a matter of time before the likes of Play.com start clearing their stock. Still could always wait another year and it will b out on Blu-Ray for £20.
#29
Hudson92
no affence but hd-dvd is superiour, its just that sony was trying to make br win(and it worked) because microsoft were lazy *******s this time. The way i see it, br should of been just for storage and hd-dvd for films :P


c'mon, every side by side test shows the 2 formats to be as good as identical in terms of quality.
The industry suffers from the confusion of 2 competing formats, so as soon as the pendulum swung, everybody has jumped ship.

I think the discs are going to plummet in price after they have sold off all the hardware first. All the retailers will want to clear HD DVD off the shelves (and start pushing blu ray) so wait a little longer if you already have HD DVD hardware. These discs are going to get plenty cheaper yet...

unfortunately zero new content is going to arrive, so sooner or later all the people who get a taste for high def content will *have* to switch to blu ray.
#30
Has Blu Ray not won the war of next gen dvd formating ?I thought it had and this would explain the cheap price.shame i herd HD dvd was infact better
banned#31
GOPAL89
u know that the quality of those rips doesnt compare to the actual HD disc.

HD DVD & Blu-ray rips are just above DVD disc quality IMO.
Just think about it, HD Rips have a of bitrate of about 9,500kbs - the HD discs have upto 30,000/40,000kbs :)

sure your getting the movie for more or less free, but if its HD your after, you cant really beat the actual HD disc [we'll, not just yet] ;-)


Last few blu ray films I checked didn't peak above 25mb/s bitrate, most hover around the 15-20mb/s rate.
The rips you talk about can have bit rates ranging from low 5mb/s up to 15mb/s. The important thing to remember is the codec used in these rips is actually far more efficient then the two used in legitimate copies, therefore the difference is quite negligible but that depends on how well the originals were ripped.
#32
good for those who got the HD players before blueray took over - but now they're been phased out everyone'll be getting rid of them

still voted hot thought :)
#33
excellent film voted hot

The Bourne series of films are the best action movies ever made.
#34
Jaak90
good for those who got the HD players before blueray took over - but now they're been phased out everyone'll be getting rid of them

still voted hot thought :)


Why will everyone be getting rid of their HD-DVD players? They will still work and play standard DVD's. I've got a computer with a HD DVD Disc Drive I'm not going to go and change it to a Blu-Ray one.
#35
KillFelix
No. £35 for a YEAR of RAPIDSHARE


I am confused. You are saying that a year's membership of Rapidshare allows you to download legal HD-DVD content? Now that is a Hot Deal!
#36
If this is like the UK version it'll only have a Dolby Digital Plus soundtrack. If you have the sound system to take advantage I would recommend getting the US version which has a TrueHD soundtrack which is far superior in my opinion.
#37
dandoc2
Whats the companys like


Never actually bought anything from these guys, but they have shops in most malls in Australia so they're pretty reputable.
banned#38
Hudson92;1652105
if you think about it, the old br players(only support 1.1) so in theory these will have the same life span xD.

Voted hot.


Myth.if you think about it, the old br players(only support 1.1) so in theory these will have the same life span xD.

Fact: 1.1 blu ray players will be able to play the movie itself but may not be able to access some of the extras.

So no, no they will not have the same lifespan as you will be able to watch future releases on the blu-ray player, which we know will not be the case for the loser of the format war.
#39
master_chief
Last few blu ray films I checked didn't peak above 25mb/s bitrate, most hover around the 15-20mb/s rate.
The rips you talk about can have bit rates ranging from low 5mb/s up to 15mb/s. The important thing to remember is the codec used in these rips is actually far more efficient then the two used in legitimate copies, therefore the difference is quite negligible but that depends on how well the originals were ripped.


if you compare the rips to the actual HD disc side by side, you can easily tell the differance.
#40
N20Y1D
Myth.if you think about it, the old br players(only support 1.1) so in theory these will have the same life span xD.

Fact: 1.1 blu ray players will be able to play the movie itself but may not be able to access some of the extras.

So no, no they will not have the same lifespan as you will be able to watch future releases on the blu-ray player, which we know will not be the case for the loser of the format war.


Yeh i know its a pain to people who bought in early

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