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Old 12-12-2015, 05:15 AM   #1
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Old 12-12-2015, 06:38 AM   #2
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There is a general discussion thread open here:

forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=163879

But if you got this thread here in the 3D section, did you want to talk specifically about the films' 3D qualities?
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Old 12-12-2015, 09:14 AM   #3
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There is a general discussion thread open here:

forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=163879

But if you got this thread here in the 3D section, did you want to talk specifically about the films' 3D qualities?

When shooting starts i'm sure there will be talk about how it is being shoot (what 3d rig etc). If HFR will be used and the effect it will have etc.
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Old 12-12-2015, 11:35 AM   #4
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I'm sure Cameron will use Fusion Camera System rigs and shoot at 48p in 4k.
I doubt we will see 4k. But I wouldn't be complaining if we did. HFR though, that excites me, I have disliked the 'forceful' holding onto 24fps for a long time. It was made for budgetary reasons almost a century ago, it is time to move on.
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Old 12-12-2015, 01:28 PM   #5
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If the release date is December 2017, I believe he'll accomplish the goal this time and Avatar 2 will hit theaters in time, if they got most of the CGI prepared for filming. Can't wait to see his new vision of 3D, as he suggested he played it a little safe in Avatar.

So this will take place on different planets? If Weaver returns, I'm guessing the story will continue with the Na'vi and Sam Worthington also to some degree?
Maybe they'll form a resistance group to defend other planets, not sure yet but looking forward to it.
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Old 12-13-2015, 01:03 AM   #6
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If the release date is December 2017, I believe he'll accomplish the goal this time and Avatar 2 will hit theaters in time, if they got most of the CGI prepared for filming. Can't wait to see his new vision of 3D, as he suggested he played it a little safe in Avatar.

So this will take place on different planets? If Weaver returns, I'm guessing the story will continue with the Na'vi and Sam Worthington also to some degree?
Maybe they'll form a resistance group to defend other planets, not sure yet but looking forward to it.
No idea what the story will be, and I don't think there's been any news on the cast. Last I heard though, there are going to be oodles of new things in Pandora to see, including the deep oceans (which, coming from Cameron, sounds awesome to me).
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Old 12-14-2015, 12:53 PM   #7
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Can't wait to see what Cameron has in store for us.

Major anticipation for these. It'll be great to return to that world, and others they may have planned.

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I doubt we will see 4k. But I wouldn't be complaining if we did. HFR though, that excites me, I have disliked the 'forceful' holding onto 24fps for a long time. It was made for budgetary reasons almost a century ago, it is time to move on.
I think more likely than not Cameron will push for 4k-3D. It's the big opportunity to move the medium forward.

In an age where people can shoot 2k on phones, it's time to move on. Chances are most screenings will still be 2k 3D, but I'm sure there'll be some screens capable of 4k 3D by then. With the amount of effort that goes into these, Cameron will want them future-proofed.
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Surprised we didn't have one already?!

Some new info on the status of the film.



Good to know the design work is pretty much done and he is just fine tuning the scrips now. I'm still really skeptical he will make the dates. Disney has already moved Star Wars running scared from Avatar 2's December date so he better make time... because I'm sick of f'n waiting!
As one of the biggest 3D fans and Avatar fans on the planet, I'm beyond sick of waiting for the sequels to come out lol. Cameron's a genius and my filmmaking idol, but he's really trying my patience with his delays on the films lol. i just want him to blow my mind already like he did in '09 lol!
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No idea what the story will be, and I don't think there's been any news on the cast. Last I heard though, there are going to be oodles of new things in Pandora to see, including the deep oceans (which, coming from Cameron, sounds awesome to me).
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Underwater? In 3D? I like the sound of that...I like it a lot.
Sounds good.
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Old 12-14-2015, 06:48 PM   #10
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I saw a 48p 3D up-converted bootleg online and had to download it to see what it was like. Man does it make a difference to the 3D quality, even in the shots with little motion it makes the 3D feel more solid and tangible.
48p = 48fps?
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Old 12-14-2015, 07:12 PM   #11
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48p = 48fps?
Nope. The next Avatar will be shot only 48 pixels wide. It's a minimalist production.
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Nope. The next Avatar will be shot only 48 pixels wide. It's a minimalist production.
That is what 48p means to me.
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Big question is are these going to be shot in high framerate, and if so will we ever get a way to play them that way at home?
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High frame rate of 48 or so I heard awhile ago. Playable at home if UHD can offer it since it's twice as much information to process than a 24 fps blu ray.
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Interesting to note that a certain AV forum with a hatred for 3d just gave Jungle book 10/10 and said SEE IT IN 3D !!!!
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Yet, another delay. James Cameron says Avatar 2 will not be ready in time for a 2018 release. I know many of you on this forum were expecting this delay so I guess your beliefs have now been confirmed.

http://www.thewrap.com/james-cameron...delayed-again/
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Old 03-10-2017, 08:50 PM   #17
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2019 then. The first sequel will arrive a decade after the first film.

The others will surely be a year or two apart at the most though. Given that they are making all of these simultaneously.
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Me thinks some companies are going to need to provide 3D tvs again as a returning feature for Avatar 2-5! Or, perhaps, it will be great in VR headsets.
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Me thinks some companies are going to need to provide 3D tvs again as a returning feature for Avatar 2-5! Or, perhaps, it will be great in VR headsets.
I think the future of at home 3D might just be VR. And actually if 3D on Televisions ever return I could see it being spun by marketing as "VR TV", maybe when glasses free is perfected.
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I can't really get on board with 'VR for 3D' bandwagon.

I like watching movies with my family and don't want to wear a VR helmet.

Glasses-free 3D would be OK, but I wouldn't rush out to buy yet another TV for it.

The Industry should have kept current 3D 'as is' in better 4K TVs till something better came along.
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