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Old 06-27-2015, 05:48 AM   #401
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Originally Posted by fuzzymctiger View Post
Hopefully it's a case where the main feature gets say 20gb, the bonus features 10gb each, then the rest of the extra fills the rest. That would work out with the main feature looking as it would on a regular 25gb.
It would appear that Severin are unable to do that :

Originally Posted by babybreese View Post
The point is that these films would get same compression & encoding even if they each had their own 25 GB disc. This is why Severin is putting them on one BD 50.

It's not the number of discs here that is a problem, it's the companies approach to releasing films on Blu Ray that's the issue.
Numbers from previous Severin releases :

Originally Posted by cakefactory View Post
You're right, but at the same time, this seems like it might be an even further step down? I know the transfers for those last two Franco discs were evidently really small (15 gigs-ish for ~80 minutes and 16 gigs for ~90 minutes), but it seems like you'd still run out of room with three movies (100, 90 and 90 minutes) plus extras unless they compressed them even further? I guess if the features were SD it would just make it.
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