Middle Earth Extended Editions 6 Film Collection Microsoft Store £27.99 Today Only!
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Middle Earth Extended Editions 6 Film Collection Microsoft Store £27.99 Today Only!

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This is a download rather than BD.
Yeah I tried to edit out the blu ray logo on the picture, before posting. Sorry for any confusion
I’ve edited the photo and cut off the blu ray logo- hope that helps?
Is this 4k or will I have to buy 4k again later.
Anyone know what the memory needed for download?
Chris_Page-108148695713873 h, 13 m ago

Is this 4k or will I have to buy 4k again later.



So far there's absolutely no sign of PJ signing off on any 4k releases, not that I'm giving up hope though!
EDDS1 h, 28 m ago

So far there's absolutely no sign of PJ signing off on any 4k releases, …So far there's absolutely no sign of PJ signing off on any 4k releases, not that I'm giving up hope though!


Why isn't he? :-(
manapausejp2 m ago

Why isn't he? :-(


He hasn't commented on it at all. It's not a unique case lol.

There are thousands of movies that could come out in 4K but as of yet, have not.
I assume they'll remaster it from the 2k version of the special effects - The way I read the above comment was that PJ had actually stated he wouldn't want to release a 4k version at all!
EDDS3 h, 51 m ago

So far there's absolutely no sign of PJ signing off on any 4k releases, …So far there's absolutely no sign of PJ signing off on any 4k releases, not that I'm giving up hope though!



Was it filmed in 4k? If not, what's the point - just let your TV upscale - will be same as an upscaled copy ...
Macdory51 m ago

Was it filmed in 4k? If not, what's the point - just let your TV upscale - …Was it filmed in 4k? If not, what's the point - just let your TV upscale - will be same as an upscaled copy ...


Untrue, even a 2K upscale of LOTR on UHD Blu-ray will eclipse the standard Blu-rays, owing to the far greater disc space, HEVC encoding (much higher bitrate), 10-bit colour, HDR and likely Dolby Atmos or DTS:X.
Vashetti1 h, 7 m ago

Untrue, even a 2K upscale of LOTR on UHD Blu-ray will eclipse the standard …Untrue, even a 2K upscale of LOTR on UHD Blu-ray will eclipse the standard Blu-rays, owing to the far greater disc space, HEVC encoding (much higher bitrate), 10-bit colour, HDR and likely Dolby Atmos or DTS:X.


Dolby Atmos was first used in 2012. You can make older films compatible with it but you can't improve what has already been recorsed as the data isn't there. It'll be the audio equivalent of up scaling.
Spacein_vader18 m ago

Dolby Atmos was first used in 2012. You can make older films compatible …Dolby Atmos was first used in 2012. You can make older films compatible with it but you can't improve what has already been recorsed as the data isn't there. It'll be the audio equivalent of up scaling.


Untrue again. Creating a new Atmos/DTS:X mix is straightforward if you have all the original sound elements, it's nothing like upscaling.
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