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Old 08-14-2010, 11:58 PM   #1
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Coming Soon - Fall of 2011

Thanks to acdcfanbill for pointing this out on the evil creation known as skype, I now know what I will be buying in the Fall of 2011.

George Lucas Announces Star Wars on Blu-Ray at Celebration V

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The Star Wars saga will at long last be released in a high-definition home video format as all six movies come to Blu-Ray in a Box Set in Fall 2011, as announced by George Lucas this morning at Celebration V
I know many will be upset that it is the Special Edition and it will be package with all six movies only, but I don’t really care. It is Star Wars on Blu-Ray. I’ll just close my eyes and try to remember the way it was suppose to be.


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Old 08-15-2010, 12:01 AM   #2
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Only one question remains unanswered: Does Han shoot first?
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Old 08-15-2010, 12:03 AM   #3
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I think the Special Edition answers that question and it was the part I was thinking of when I wrote I would close my eyes.


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Old 08-15-2010, 12:04 AM   #4
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I predict a year or two with only the SE released, but then George will 'cave' to fan pressure and release some crap looking awful version of the original trilogy w/o any SE-ness.

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Old 08-15-2010, 12:28 AM   #5
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This might just be enough to convince myself to buy a blu-ray player.

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Old 08-15-2010, 01:55 AM   #6
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it's not even Fall 2010 yet awkward time to announce it


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Old 08-15-2010, 03:47 AM   #7
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Great news I was planning on a PS3 and 50" 1080p display mid 2011 - good timing George

I wonder what has happened to the 3D re-authoring he was talking about for a while once.

Those who want the O-OT will get them eventually - I dont knoiw why they didint just include them as part of this set.

Wonder if they'll be adding anything new?? I'd love to see a shot of Alderaan with the Death Star in the Sky, and Bail Organa(Jimmy Smits) glancing up at the sky holding into something that links Padme and Leia.

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Old 08-15-2010, 04:35 AM   #8
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Old 08-15-2010, 05:08 AM   #9
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But it comes with things like this.



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Old 08-15-2010, 05:57 AM   #10
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Old 08-15-2010, 06:19 AM   #11
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To be honest, I'm glad it was cut. 'Luuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuke. Luuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuke' seems almost on a par with 'Noooooooooooooooooooooooo!' in terms of good writing...


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Old 08-15-2010, 07:51 AM   #12
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To be honest, I'm glad it was cut. 'Luuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuke. Luuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuke' seems almost on a par with 'Noooooooooooooooooooooooo!' in terms of good writing...
Here we go again, someone swiping at SW, which from the outset set itself to be an exemplary written work, as far as space operas go

IMHO, it nicely echoes the scene at the end of ESB - just a audial cue that Vader is reaching out to Luke through the force across long distances.

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Old 08-15-2010, 07:52 AM   #13
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To be honest, I'm glad it was cut. 'Luuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuke. Luuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuke' seems almost on a par with 'Noooooooooooooooooooooooo!' in terms of good writing...
Looks like he's messing with Luke just for the fun of it.

Anyway, still don't have the 6 movies in my possession, but SW on Bluray format would a perfect, so I'll probably get it.


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Old 08-15-2010, 07:53 AM   #14
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But it comes with things like this.
Well, now i've seen it, I don't really need to buy a Blu-Ray player, now, do I?






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Well, now i've seen it, I don't really need to buy a Blu-Ray player, now, do I?
If you don't have a 1080p display, no But if you did, and you tried watching a 720x576 dvd version on a display of 1920x1080, you would definitely would notice the difference - particularly on the 40"+ displays that are common these days. even if you had a dvd player with decent upscaling, it only goes so far.

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Here we go again, someone swiping at SW, which from the outset set itself to be an exemplary written work, as far as space operas go
I don't actually understand what you mean...

And yes it's an obvious echo of ESB but it just sounds ridiculous.


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Old 08-15-2010, 09:09 AM   #17
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I think the frame rate for PAL regions is a lot more important than the resolution. I love Blu-ray because it allows me to view movies in their original frame rate... As for the Blu-ray release itself... we'll see just how good it is considering the fact that the DVD release had its issues despite people claiming before hand that the digital restoration would "fix everything"... too bad it's never that simple.

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Old 08-15-2010, 10:36 AM   #19
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I predict a year or two with only the SE released, but then George will 'cave' to fan pressure and release some crap looking awful version of the original trilogy w/o any SE-ness.
Anything to make an extra buck, heh.

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...I already have the films on DVD.
I have the OT on VHS and Laser Disc.

I have the SE on Laser Disc and DVD.

I have PT on DVD.

I even have Star Wars aka "A New Hope" on record.

George will get my money again on blu-ray.


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I think the frame rate for PAL regions is a lot more important than the resolution. I love Blu-ray because it allows me to view movies in their original frame rate...
BluRay outputs at 1080i/p at 50 or 60Hz refresh rate(region/device dependent)

*Episodes 1, 4-6 were shot on 35mm film at 24fps standard
*Episode 2 was shot on the Sony Cine-Alta HDWF900R at 1920x1080p at 24fps (later processed to 800 vertical pixels)
*Episode 3 was shot on the Sony HDCF950 at 1920x1080p at 24fps(later post processed to 817 vertical pixels)

Hence viewing the SW movies "in their original framerate" was technically achieved on VHS on a display that does 24fps

The 1920x1080p(@24fps) hence completes the picture as far as getting close to the quality of the original production prints. On a smaller display, you wont really notice it - but if you try and run something that is DVD quality or less on a large 1080p (or more) display, the picture quality is significantly less crisp.

Most BluRay movies are at 1080p/True24p It is mainly BluRay based games(ps3 obviously) games that can get to 60fps. There are likely some 60fps films out there, but they would be the exception rather than the rule

There's a cool article on at at sw.com, also a great read on EpII tech specs at The Mix

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This is wonderful; I never got the chance to get the new trilogy on dvd, and eventually lost Return of the Jedi. I knew getting that Playstation 3 wouldn't be for nothing. <3
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@ Astro: *looks around* Thanks for telling me things I already knew... but I don't really get what your point was... or were you just offering other people information so they got what I was talking about?

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@ Astro: *looks around* Thanks for telling me things I already knew... but I don't really get what your point was... or were you just offering other people information so they got what I was talking about?

Indeed, I thought it was a good opportunity to supply that detail because many people will wonder what the difference between the BluRay and DVD is - telling them 24fps is not the answer.

Why does BluRay exist were it not for the capacity to store/output images at 1080p? As an industry standard, if maintaining cinematic 24fps was the goal, there was no need to go beyond DVD.

You are the first person I have met who has expresssed that BluRay's achieiving 24fps is "a lot more important than the resolution" considering 24fps was possible on a muti system CRT many of us would have watched ROTJ on when it first came on TV in the 80s.

PAL or NTSC, our 50Hz/60Hz/120Hz/200Hz modern displays are processing the HDMI signal to show 24fps. From a purists perspective, this is not 'watching it at its original framerate' on such a display - it's only an approximation of a cinematic 24p display, which you can only really get via a projection system.

Hence, to those that arent fussed by deleted scenes and whatever else is on the discs, if you dont have 1080p TV, then you may as well stick to the DVD versions - from an image quality perspective, you may not notice much difference - as opposed to if you tried to play the DVD verison on a large 1080p display.

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Indeed, I thouight it was a good opportunity to supply that detail because many people will wonder what the difference bertween the BluRay and DVD is - telling them 24fps is not the answer.
*rereads my post* Wasn't I saying "for me"? not "for everyone"?


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I agree, but I was never arguing against that point.

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You are the first person I have met who has expresssed that BluRay's achieiving 24fps is "a lot more important than the resolution" considering 24fps was possible on a muti system CRT many of us would have watched ROTJ when it first came in TV in the 80s.
Except for me... had a PAL VHS player and a PAL only TV... also bought the PAL versions of Star Wars on DVD... though the TV updated to one that was able to play NTSC... and yeah, I'm too lazy to buy the NTSC versions of movies unless it's something that never made it to Australia.

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PAL or NTSC, our 50Hz/60Hz/120Hz/200Hz modern displays are processing the HDMI signal to show 24fps. From a purists perspective, you are not 'watching it at its original framerate' on such a display - it's only an approximation of a cinematic 24p display, which you can only really get via a projection system.
You should also point out the fact that from a purists perspective, 1080p isn't watching things in their original format either... also *points @ stuff I said above* we didn't always used to have such modern technology.

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Hence, to those that arent fussed by deleted scenes and whatever else is on the discs, if you dont have 1080p TV, then you may as well stick to the DVD versions - from an image quality perspective, you may not notice much difference - as opposed to if you tried to play the DVD verison on a large 1080p display.

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*sighs* too much debating. I know you're trying to give out information Astro, but I was seeing this from my point of view... the timing of scenes, music, etc is important to me... otherwise, picture wise, I'm all good with the PS3 upscaled DVDs... though I haven't bought a DVD in a very long time since all of my purchases since I got a PS3 ages ago have been nothing but Blurays.

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You should also point out the fact that from a purists perspective, 1080p isn't watching things in their original format either...
It all depends on the source - many modern films are shot on 1080p cameras. Ep2 started that

*Pats George on the back*

I'm personally looking forward to seeing what becomes of the 48p spec How are they going to make film look cinematic at such a high framerate!

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lolz...no need to sigh, through you raising that initial point, we've both supplied some great info to our fellow forum members. Not everyone shares our enthusiasm or knowledge of the technical side of these things - so it was a good opportunity to share it.

Now when their parents/partner/pet horse hassles/asks them "why do you want the BluRay when you have the DVD?" they can give a complete answer, filled with awesome facts!

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@ Astro: Yeah, we're all set now that the format the movies are using is in line with what the home viewer is able to get as the end result but it sucked for people back in ye olden days... good times ahead too, though I'm not too thrilled about the whole 3D revival that's going on at the moment...

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I have a computer monitor that can pretty much display video media in a nice, 1080p, hi-res resolution, format with very little pixels on the screen. I've compared the display to a 42 inch LCD television set (not mine, belongs to a friend), and found my monitor to be superior in terms of quality. Not to mention the fact that I already have the original trilogy on DVD.

But still, I am getting (eventually) a LED, 55 inch HD Television set, (along with a Blu-Ray player) so it might be worth checking out the 6 pack saga box-set when it releases; but only because of its bonus materials (and any "other" deleted scenes).


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Well that makes no sense. If you were displaying at 1080p, you'd have exactly 1920x1080 pixels Maybe you meant artifacting?

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though I'm not too thrilled about the whole 3D revival that's going on at the moment...
Indeed - until they can get multipurpose screens that shift between 2D/3D and not requiring glasses (like the alioscopy screens) - I'm not going anywhere near the current gen screens. 3D Glasses are so 1950s



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