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Half of screens worldwide to be digital by 2013


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  • Half of screens worldwide to be digital by 2013

    Half of screens to be digital by 2013

    3-D driving switchover

    By Archie Thomas
    November 12, 2007
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: Half of screens worldwide to be digital by 2013

    I can't wait. The main theater where I used to live in Destin, FL switched to all digital before I left and it was amazing watching a movie there. Now where I live we only have one screen in the entire town in digital. Its such a drag not watching in digital after you've gotten used to it. Its an even bigger difference than going from Hi-Def tv to standard resolution.


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      Re: Half of screens worldwide to be digital by 2013

      I agree! I went to watch a film at a theatre closer to home that I thought was all digital. Wow! Was I disappointed. I enjoyed the movie, to be sure. But, as was just noted before, I just got too used to the quality of digital presentations for me to be "distracted" by all the scratches and lack of crispness to the film. Digital is here to stay and the difference will be noticed by the public-at-large. Love the format!


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        Re: Half of screens worldwide to be digital by 2013

        They should have ALL been digital by now.

        I remember seeing The Phantom Menace in Digital and it was absolutely mind-blowing. Made that movie SO much better. That was how many years ago?

        And people wonder with the advent of Blu-Ray and HD-DVD why so many people are just waiting for the DVD's. When you can get an "as good as" or even "Better" experience at your home, for less $$ why wouldn't you?


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