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“This ensure that high-def video is available only through the copy-protected HDMI outputs.”
“Although these efforts to kill off high-def analog video—along with the FCC's recent decision to allow cable companies to disable a set-top box's analog-video outputs when showing first-run movies—may seem unpalatable, the reality is that most of us are probably already using HDMI connections in our newer gear whenever possible.”
“So theoretically, someone could make an analog high-def copy, then create a digital version that could be replicated and distributed via the Web.”
“Obviously he's referring to the way we shoot new movies, not watch old ones, so I would love him to weigh in how the look and feel of older classics are being altered when re-mastered, put on blu-ray, and played on high-def equipment particularly the latest generation, represented by my new Samsung set-up.”
“Ehh, was hoping for more then "print screens" of the trailer in high-def.”
“The Google Art Project allows users to digitally "walk" through some of the world's greatest museums and view high-def images of the works on display.”
“He also told me that James Cameron is still the only guy with that sort of 3D tech, and Avatar still won't even work right on the existing 3D high-def TV's they are making.”
“After all, Fox was the last major network to embrace real high-def broadcasts, instead offering faux "Fox Widescreen" to an unsuspecting audience.”
“For starters, the more expensive $299 Lightroom doesn't support video clips -- which is odd, since shooting high-def video on digital SLRs is one of the hottest trends in photography right now.”
“At this year's DiMe, an entire panel was devoted to The Future of 3D, and the talk was still about Avatar, but everyone agreed 3D is here to stay, especially as the new 3D high-def TVs are adopted by consumers.”
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