QUOTE(lmaolmao @ Aug 9 2007, 04:29 AM)
To me 50gb of space allows for the longer films (LOTR, etc.) to fit on one disc. plus allows plenty more space for uncrompressed sound. Most HD-DVD films are ~25gb and those are 2 hour films.
HD-DVD with MPEG-2= 3.3 hours
Blu-ray with MPEG-2= 5.6
HD-DVD with VC-1= 5.1 hours
Blu-ray with VC-1= 8.5 hours
all easily big enough for long 3 hour movies
and blu-ray is slightly cheaper.
Except for their players. And for the most part, their movies are the same prices for the same amount of features.
plus the boxes are blue, and not red. and everyone knows blue is the better colour.
The red color with HD-DVD goes well with the blood splatter on the 300 case; but then again, who gives a crap?This post has been edited by Mr Invader: Aug 9 2007, 03:31 PM