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Old 11-09-2018, 09:31 AM   #581
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US release is converted to 60i but plays at the correct speed. Doesn't have all of the new extras though, clearance issues. However, it's the most sensible way to pick these up without paying through the nose or just sticking with the DVDs until BBC UK figure out what the hell they are doing and reissue it.
I have the DVD' and think I will stick with them for now. Hopefully the BBC will listen to the demand and reissue this set. They did so with The Key to Time on DVD so keeping my fingers crossed.
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Old 11-09-2018, 03:48 PM   #582
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Umm...okay, so could somebody actually share what that inner ring code might be for the new discs? Or is there a section I can quickly check to verify I have the fixed discs?
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Old 11-09-2018, 04:35 PM   #583
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Umm...okay, so could somebody actually share what that inner ring code might be for the new discs? Or is there a section I can quickly check to verify I have the fixed discs?
Did you search for the answer? it was already posted -- twice in great detail after post 500 in this thread.
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Old 11-09-2018, 07:27 PM   #584
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Did you search for the answer? it was already posted -- twice in great detail after post 500 in this thread.
I asked thinking somebody would be helpful instead of me searching the past 100 posts trying to find the answer. I know the point of the fixes.

The point was I wanted to know if there was a way to quickly identify by looking for a code on the ring or maybe a different marking on the top of the discs rather than popping the disc in and watching the content trying to decide if it's fixed or not.

Why not just say in the first place where approximately I could find where the code is being discussed? Especially since you're the one that posted it?

It's post # 502 for others that would like to know.
Dual layer so 2 codes per disc

Original UK (realizing some sets may have slightly different print codes)
Disc 3 24/5/2018
A0103044708 A911 1000
A0103044708 B911 2000

Disc 5 25/5/2018
A0103044787 A911 2000
A0103044787 B911 2000


Original AUS
Disc 3 24/5/2018
A0103044708 A911 1000
A0103044708 B911 1000

Disc 5 25/5/2018
A0103044787 A911 2000
A0103044787 B911 2000


EDIT: Oct 22 -- appears to be identical to the Corrected UK discs though not surprising
Corrected AUS
Disc 3 24/7/2018
A0103067358 A911 2000
A0103067358 B911 1000

Disc 5 25/7/2018
A0103068365 A911 1000
A0103068365 B911 2000

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Old 11-16-2018, 05:53 AM   #585
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Did you search for the answer? it was already posted -- twice in great detail after post 500 in this thread.
Disc 3 - The Sontaran Experiment - Folders in the root timestamped as 24/07/18 14:53
Disc 5 - Revenge of the Cybermen - Folders in the root timestamped as 25/07/18 14:04

Disc 3 - The Sontaran Experiment
A0103067358-A911 2000
A0103067358-B911 1000

Disc 5 - Revenge of the Cybermen
A0103068365-A911 1000
A0103068365-B911 2000



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Old 11-16-2018, 06:42 AM   #586
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Why not just say in the first place where approximately I could find where the code is being discussed? Especially since you're the one that posted it?

It's post # 502 for others that would like to know.
Dual layer so 2 codes per disc
Basically and exactly b/c I did spend 30-45 minutes gathering the information, making that post, and building off RichL's original post. I would have been just as put off if someone else had made the post and put the effort into getting the information though.

To jump in at the end of a thread without taking 2 minutes to skim to posts to see if the answer was already there or even do a basic 10 second thread search is irritating (obviously).

The original 'Yes' post was 1/2 out of late night irritation and 1/2 a bad attempt at being funny.

There is tons of information already here yet so many threads turn into a series of posts asking the same repetitive questions again and again like that's OK.

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Old 11-28-2018, 10:47 AM   #587
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And now Baker's final season has been confirmed, due in February. They're knocking these out pretty quickly now. http://www.digitalspy.com/tv/doctor-...eason-blu-ray/
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Old 12-01-2018, 12:24 AM   #588
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WHOOO! I only found out about the defective discs a couple of weeks ago. I e-mailed them on the 20 November and it arrived today! I wasn't sure if they would send it to me since I'm in the US but purchased the UK version.
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Old 12-03-2018, 03:15 PM   #589
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Just curious, what is the Region coding on the UK discs? I may get the UK Davison set to have a proper 25 fps version. Granted, I have a Region free player, but my drive I rip BDs with isnít- Iíd probably convert it to MP4 at 25 fps from the 50i encoding. Assuming itís Region A compatible.
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Just curious, what is the Region coding on the UK discs? I may get the UK Davison set to have a proper 25 fps version. Granted, I have a Region free player, but my drive I rip BDs with isnít- Iíd probably convert it to MP4 at 25 fps from the 50i encoding. Assuming itís Region A compatible.
S12 is region free like the majority of otehr DW (50i), but there are some odd releases -- UK S9 is Region B locked, but 1-8 and 10 are not
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Old 12-04-2018, 11:54 AM   #591
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Guys, i’ve preordered seasons 18 and 19 but missed out on s12. What are the odds of it ever coming back on sale? And i’ve never seen any of the classic shows. Can you watch these out of sequence? I’ll be waiting a long time for them to release every season to watch in order :/. Thanks
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Old 12-04-2018, 12:40 PM   #592
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Guys, iíve preordered seasons 18 and 19 but missed out on s12. What are the odds of it ever coming back on sale? And iíve never seen any of the classic shows. Can you watch these out of sequence? Iíll be waiting a long time for them to release every season to watch in order :/. Thanks
Pretty much, yes. There are oddities where watching them in order helps, like season 18 leading directly into season 19. So maybe hang on before watching season 19.
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Old 12-04-2018, 01:15 PM   #593
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Guys, iíve preordered seasons 18 and 19 but missed out on s12....
Don't worry. So did I. But we can make do by reading all the daily lodged complaints and nitpicks from everyone who didn't miss out, to see what your missing out on.
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Old 12-04-2018, 02:08 PM   #594
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Guys, iíve preordered seasons 18 and 19 but missed out on s12. What are the odds of it ever coming back on sale? And iíve never seen any of the classic shows. Can you watch these out of sequence? Iíll be waiting a long time for them to release every season to watch in order :/. Thanks
S12 is essential viewing as it contains perhaps the best Who story ever in Genesis of the Daleks and the rest of the series is very good. It isn't a co-incidence this was the first series released in this present schedule.

I don't know if they will ever reissue it in normal packaging (they would be mad not to) but you can buy all the episodes on DVD very cheaply and they are pretty good quality.

If you haven't watched any I would say just but the DVD's cheap second hand on ebay and watch the first Tom Baker season first before starting on the later ones.
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Old 12-04-2018, 05:17 PM   #595
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S12 is essential viewing as it contains perhaps the best Who story ever in Genesis of the Daleks and the rest of the series is very good. [...] I would say just but the DVD's cheap second hand on ebay and watch the first Tom Baker season first before starting on the later ones.
I agree that S12 is very good and essential viewing for any Doctor Who fan but I honestly don't think people would have a problem watching the S18 & S19 collections without seeing any of S12 first.

Hopefully, the people who missed out on the S12 Limited Edition blu-ray collection will get to see S12 at a later date when the S12 collection is re-issued, if it is, or via DVD. But S18 and S19 are very good too and those seasons can certainly be watched as is.
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Old 12-04-2018, 07:58 PM   #596
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There's really no issue watching out of sequence for most of classic Who. Would be a good idea to have 18 before 19 due to the "Master trilogy" that spans those two seasons but running arcs between different stories are very rare and almost always confined to single seasons if there are any.
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Old 12-05-2018, 08:45 AM   #597
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Aye. Watch and enjoy. Never mind about "arcs" and continuity between seasons.

Keeper of Trakken then Logopolis is a pretty cool sequence but I kind of think it's better watching in a random way. Watch Genesis of the Daleks and then imagine what it would be like with today's "commentary" about what's wrong with the show "Where's the TARDIS?!!!! If they can't write the show and include the TARDIS then they shouldn't be anywhere near Dr Who." etc, etc.
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I have no idea, I'm still holding hope they do a reprint. But, oh well...
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Old 12-22-2018, 12:56 PM   #599
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I wonder if, in the fullness of time, they'll do complete box sets for each Doctor. Big and pricey but there have been expensive boxes in the past. It seems a waste to create the blu ray masters and not make money from them
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Well, that's just the BBC in a nutshell.
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