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Old 01-28-2018, 07:01 AM   #101
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Same story in gateshead metro centre, 3d relegated to a single prpoer shelf, then some copies in boxes on the floor underneath, and loads of titles dumped out the back.

Crap.

To be fair they closed their old big shop and moved to a new small one
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Old 03-18-2018, 01:49 PM   #102
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Taking this hypothesis that 3d blu rays are not bought or made in volume and with the idea that the only thing distributors(besides Mr. Furmanek) care about is a profit, then you have a problem with 3d blu rays continuing. I fear the profit is not there to go through the work and effort to produce these for what THEY see is a small audience. And they have their faulty numbers to back it up. And I suspect they see a trendline going down to boot.

Only time will tell. By next year this time we will know. Hope I got it wrong.
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Old 12-11-2018, 12:32 AM   #103
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I was pointing out the sales facts that cover the whole industry not just that Amazon based sales.

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yeah you are telling BS. this is for US sales where 3D has been shafted. I am talking about amazon EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. Where 3D OUTSELLS 4K in the bestseller chart. That is FACT

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Old 08-17-2019, 08:01 AM   #104
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United Kingdom 3D Blu-rays cheap as chips and 2D Blu-ray practically worthless in the UK?

It's very unusual of me to create a new post. So please pardon me.

Since buying a projector, I am buying some select 3D discs that have received rave reviews. Bought nearly 20 of them (all popular films) averaging at 5 GBP each, some even with the slip cover. I only wanted the 3D disc, so put the 2D disc for sale but couldn't find a single buyer even at 1.50 a disc.

I see Disney releases way overpriced in the US but if you don't mind the digital codes, you can find them for cheap on eBay. Over here in the UK, most of them are selling for less than launch price at eBay and in the forums.

Is this the fate of physical media? If yes, I am worried to invest in it as the prices are falling down rapidly unless it's a new release or it was something that had a limited print run.

Also I would like to add that I am not happy that 3D is being shunned left-right-center as there is so much untapped potential here. Are we going to see 4K follow the same fate of 3D in few years time?

Anyone sharing my sentiments here?
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Old 08-17-2019, 08:21 AM   #105
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It's very unusual of me to create a new post. So please pardon me.

Since buying a projector, I am buying some select 3D discs that have received rave reviews. Bought nearly 20 of them (all popular films) averaging at 5 GBP each, some even with the slip cover. I only wanted the 3D disc, so put the 2D disc for sale but couldn't find a single buyer even at 1.50 a disc.

I see Disney releases way overpriced in the US but if you don't mind the digital codes, you can find them for cheap on eBay. Over here in the UK, most of them are selling for less than launch price at eBay and in the forums.

Is this the fate of physical media? If yes, I am worried to invest in it as the prices are falling down rapidly unless it's a new release or it was something that had a limited print run.

Also I would like to add that I am not happy that 3D is being shunned left-right-center as there is so much untapped potential here. Are we going to see 4K follow the same fate of 3D in few years time?

Anyone sharing my sentiments here?
This has been the case for decades. Even back in the DVD days, I was able to wait a while and pick up a film dirt cheap.
Iím confused, you have been a member for a while. Surely you know the value of discs and the fact that they have never been an Ďinvestmentí in the sense that you will make money from them. The investment comes from having films in the best quality for years and years to come, despite what happens in the future. There are labels like Arrow and Vinegar Syndrome etc., that are giving us restored films from many genres that will probably never be available in such high quality again.

By the way, digital HD is not doing that great, disc sales are falling but DVD has been around for two decades. It peaked in 2008.

The real juggernaut is subscription, and has you probably know, not all titles will be available on that format.

Carry on buying your discs. Players will be around for decades and so will the discs themselves.
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Old 08-17-2019, 09:12 AM   #106
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Do you guys think the price of catalogue 3D discs will shoot up when studios cease to make new 3D Blu-Ray movies altogether? Iím debating if itís worth buying a whole bunch of movies now rather than risk scalpers later. I think next year will be the last year of home releases except 3D archive.
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Old 08-29-2019, 09:27 AM   #107
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Do you guys think the price of catalogue 3D discs will shoot up when studios cease to make new 3D Blu-Ray movies altogether? Iím debating if itís worth buying a whole bunch of movies now rather than risk scalpers later. I think next year will be the last year of home releases except 3D archive.
I would buy as many 3d Blu-rayís as you can afford provided you are interested in them and they are not priced prohibitively high.
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Old 09-11-2019, 01:06 PM   #108
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yeah you are telling BS. this is for US sales where 3D has been shafted. I am talking about amazon EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. Where 3D OUTSELLS 4K in the bestseller chart. That is FACT
Sorry, it's not a fact at all;

Amazon UK DVD/Blu Ray rankings

Aquaman Blu Ray ranked #322
Aquaman 3D ranked #1,743

Toy Story 4 (pre-order) BLU RAY ranked #66
Toy Story 4 (pre-order) 3D Blu Ray ranked #162

Aladin (pre-order) BLU RAY ranked #41
Aladin (pre-order) 3D Blu Ray ranked #72

Godzilla King of the Monsters BLU RAY ranked #157
Godzilla King of the Monsters 3D Blu Ray ranked #975

Avengers ENDGAME BLU RAY ranked #2
Avengers ENDGAME 3D BLU RAY ranked #12

These numbers are all as of Sept 11, 2019 : 9:06 AM

What makes this even worse is AMERICANS and CANADIANS are importing 3D editions and not standard, and we still can't beat standard Blu Ray sales
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Old 09-11-2019, 05:28 PM   #109
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Hi pixote,

3D rankings for Endgame, Aladan, and Toy Story 4 not bad on their own. Those high rankings could mean money making above the extra manufacturing costs for 3D.

What we don't know about those numbers is whether or not the 3D buyers would have purchased those titles otherwise. Did the 3D create additional sales that would not have been made? Again, the question is if they add to the revenue over costs significantly enough to continue.

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Old 09-11-2019, 11:16 PM   #110
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Sorry, it's not a fact at all;
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What makes this even worse is AMERICANS and CANADIANS are importing 3D editions and not standard, and we still can't beat standard Blu Ray sales
Maybe I'm reading your post incorrectly but it seems that you may be trying to disprove someone's claim that European 3D blu-rays outsell 4K blu-rays by comparing Amazon UK sales of 3D blu-rays to... regular blu-rays.

I'm pretty sure no one is claiming that 3D blu-ray outsells blu-ray anywhere.

On a side note, of the movie rankings I looked at, the DVD was always the top seller. Ugh.
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Old 09-12-2019, 01:12 AM   #111
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At Wal-Mart, some 3D titles outsell 4k

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Old 09-12-2019, 08:00 PM   #112
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3D movies are dying but if VR takes off (oculus quest/go are selling well) I could see 3D movies coming back. They look amazing on VR HMD's. Way better than any 3DTV, and even at the moves (to me at least)
PSVR can play 3D bluerays right now. There are a few apps for the go & quest, Vive. Index,WMR that can plat 3D files and the free Big Screen app is going to start showing pay 3D movies. Hope the studios catch on
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Old 09-13-2019, 02:44 PM   #113
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The Oculus Quest or Go should also be supporting Video System Characteristics for MVC 3D, just like the original Sony HMZ sets, and the Royole Moon headset.
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Old 09-13-2019, 04:57 PM   #114
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3D movies are dying but if VR takes off (oculus quest/go are selling well) I could see 3D movies coming back. They look amazing on VR HMD's. Way better than any 3DTV, and even at the moves (to me at least)
PSVR can play 3D bluerays right now. There are a few apps for the go & quest, Vive. Index,WMR that can plat 3D files and the free Big Screen app is going to start showing pay 3D movies. Hope the studios catch on
I own the PSVR and itís nowhere near the quality of cinema 3D. It is however, a excellent substitute for HT 3D if your 3D display stops working.

By the way, PSVR is doing way better than any other VR headsets. By December, we should be at 5 millions sales.

Next ven PSVR should look incredible when playing back 3D BUT the PS5 needs to play along and actually include 3D disc playback.
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