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Thanks for posting. Keep it up to date. You might even want to post it as a seperate file for easier downloading or browsing.

What's interesting to note is the presence of 2 BD50 titles there: Click and Unforgiven. Click has a bitrate of 38.32Mbps on MPEG-2 and using up 42.92GB. Unforgiven has 17.12Mbps on VC-1 and using up 41.31GB.

So the big question is what is eating up the space on Unforgiven on BD50? Certainly not TrueHD!


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Clicks bitrate is actually 25 mbps, Tears Of The Sun was 16.7 and Black Hawk Down will be 30 mbps. These figures came from Don Eklund.
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This information also reveals the choice preference of the studio's, using mostly mpeg2 over the other options. Many here contended that VC1 was superior to mpeg2. From this list, which would be considered 'Reference Quality'? (for display purposes), and is the codec of the Reference Quality Movie also mpeg2 or VC1 ? Which are truly winners ? [Jim]

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The Tears number might be right. And BHD isn't out yet. But theres no way that Click is only 25Mbps. Considering that its 35GB for a 107 minute movie. And while watching in PowerDVD the bitrate is between 35-40 almost the whole time. And PDVD is pretty accurate as far as I can tell with all the other movies.
Just telling you what he told me personally. I assume he would know and wouldnt say it had a lower bitrate if it was infact so much higher.
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Sure. I wasn't implying anything. But the numbers don't seem to match up. Maybe at some point it was going to be a single layer title and thats what he was quoting? Who knows.

Anyway I've added the info for BHD, KOH, and X-Men. The Fox titles have 2 interesting things about them. First they list the video bitrate on the back cover. I've added a new column for it. You can compare this to what I calculated myself. Again my method was simply to subtract the audio bitrates from the total bitrates. Feel free to draw your own conclusions on how accurate these all are now.

The other interesting thing about the Fox titles is that they use DTS-HD MA audio. I haven't been able to find any info on what exact bitrate it uses. According to their website it can be 2046-5760 Kbps for bluray. So I decided to use a number of 5000 Kbps. For all the other audio tracks I've been using what is reported by PowerDVD. Which has been accurate as far as I can tell. (640 or 440 for the main tracks, 192 for the commentaries, 1500 or 3000 for DTS, 4600 for PCM) But for the DTS MA track it reports a different number every time I seek to a different spot in the movie.

Also look for 14 other titles to be added soon...
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a quick explanation would be the amount of data transferred over a given amount of time.
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So the higher the bit rate the higher the quality?
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I was wanting to see Omen's rate because it is not too hot IMHO, there are some bad instances of posterization

18.5 Mbps mpeg2 ain't gonna cut it for 1.85:1 films, 2.40:1 maybe

Fox is screwing the pooch on these SL Mpeg2 releases, much worse than Sony(which I have little fault with)

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