|becktherenegade Wrote:the dvd has a behind the scenes feature, but that's about it.
Blu ray is cool, but really unless you watch a dvd beside a blu ray, you can't tell that big of a difference. i have to say though, the blu ray has alot more features and stuff on it, which is definitely worth the money.
I'm going politely disagree on the "can't tell the difference between blu-ray and DVD". If you have a 1080p set, and are at the correct viewing distance then it's a huge difference. The number of pixels on the screen is 6 times as high on Blu-ray vs DVD (1920x1080 vs 720x480). We're not taking about a 10% increase, but rather 600% increase. If you are having difficulty telling this apart, then something is not set up correctly. As equally as important is the bit-rate of the video streams which is also 4-5 times as high on blu-ray than DVD (and uses a superior codec which means better picture, even the data amount is the same). If you can't tell the difference between the two, there is some inherent problem with you setup (in most cases people having their viewing anlge really off).
Blu-ray players and High-def TV's are so cheap these days and you don't have to spend $10,000 to get a good experience. Even a modest investment can be really nice. For anybody that really enjoys watching movies, I high recommend getting blu-ray.
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