BD_Mr_Bubbles's forum posts

#1 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -

On the list for a disc, that aside Jeff your are hilarious.
#2 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -

I don't have any friends either but i'm just waiting till i get a BT mic 
#3 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -
@pornstorestiffi said:
"Back of the box says that for it to run in 1080p your input needs to have HDCP input, that would be high bandwidth digital content protection. But as another dude said don't trust the back of the box.  Dead Space isn't a 1080p title. "

ok thanks
#4 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -
@Ineedaname said:
"No need to take pictures, I believe you enough, but I'm from the Uk so maybe it's different in Pal. "

possibly
#5 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -
@pornstorestiffi said:
"Back of the box says that for it to run in 1080p your input needs to have HDCP input, that would be high bandwidth digital content protection. But as another dude said don't trust the back of the box.  Dead Space isn't a 1080p title. "

My tv has HDCP and it says the same thing on the MGS 4 box just in a different place. 
#6 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -
@Diamond said:
"It probably doesn't actually support 1080p like the box says, even with scaling.  Don't trust the box. "
i'm not saying your wrong but why would they put unsupported res's on the back of any box?
#7 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -
@Ineedaname said:
"The back of my Deadspace box says 720p. Then again so does my MGS. "


my box says 1080p in both cases i'll take pics to prove it if i have to.
#8 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -

It works fine in 1080p when playing MGS 4 and the back of the Dead Space case says it supports 1080p but whenever I play it my tv switches to 720p any idea why?
#9 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -

Still won't rent from them, unless for some reason I can't get the Blu-Ray.
#10 Posted by BD_Mr_Bubbles (1698 posts) -
@LiquidPrince said:
"All Blu-ray discs are presented in the original aspect ratio when pressed. 16:9 will fill your screen completely, 4:3 will have black bars on the the left and right, and every other aspect ratio will have black bars at the top and bottom. I could get into it in technical terms, but I think this should be easy enough to understand. "

Thanks thats actually good to know, no more "full screen" or "widescreen"  DVD hassle, and I really hated those dual sided discs with both.