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Old 05-12-2007, 07:18 AM   #1
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Default Clearplay Filter Might Be Coming To Hd-dvd And Blu-ray Players

There is a possibility that if CLEARPLAY is successful it might end up as a standard feature in DVD players, HD-DVD players and BLU-RAY players. Personally I prefer watching the movies uncut the way the director wanted the movie to be seen. There is no way I would pay a $7.95 a month subscription fee so that language, violence, nudity, and other materials are removed from the film. For example a movie like the Passion of the Christ could be totally ruined if the blood and violence was edited out. This technology most of the time is used for parents with young children. I do not think clear play technology is really needed. Optical disc players already have a parental control that prevents children from watching a movie that they are to young to watch.
If a PG, PG-13, R, or NC-17 movie contains a lot of material that young children should not see then it would not make since to even show an edited version of the movie to children. Some movies as much as 70% or more of the movie might be cut out if it is really violent.
It just seems more logical to either watch the movie uncut the way the director wanted or to not allow children to watch the movie at all until they are old enough to handle a movie made for teenagers or Adults.


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Another technology called TV guardian is a software that can be installed in digital cable boxes and it will remove bad language from live television.

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It's kind of a catch 22 - you don't want anyone telling you how to watch movies - but then you can't tell anyone else how they should or should not watch movies either.
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Pfff can never be mandatory.
Blu-ray Disc is only the beginning...

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