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John Wilson
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From: Sydney, Australia.
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 - posted 01-28-2009 01:16 PM      Profile for John Wilson   Email John Wilson   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Anyone know why there are two copies of the movie on the hard drive? Is that normal practice or are they different versions somehow?

They seem identical.

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Chase Taylor
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 - posted 01-28-2009 01:23 PM      Profile for Chase Taylor   Author's Homepage   Email Chase Taylor   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
My hard drive only had the one version on it.

Chase

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Chris Slycord
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Is one of the versions possibly "2D"?

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Jack Theakston
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Are they perhaps different eyes?

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Joe Elliott
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 - posted 01-28-2009 05:40 PM      Profile for Joe Elliott   Email Joe Elliott   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Only one on ours, we have a doremi server, and use real D. What server/3d system do you use.

Also are they marked NGB and igb. These are the two types needed. Non-GhostBusted for Dolby, and GhostBusted for Real D.

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John Wilson
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I must be going mad...the drive is only 290GB and the film itself in 149GB so there couldn't have been two on there. I was sure though... [Confused] Perhaps a glitch in the display. I just put it in again and there's only one on it.

Technicolor suggested it must have been the framing chart, but there is no framing chart included on our drive.

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Dominic Espinosa
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Don't they have some low-res backup partition or something? Or am I thinking of something else?

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John Wilson
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Sorry guys...forgot there was a specific forum for D.

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Mark Gulbrandsen
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Probably one version Ghost Busted and one version not. Real-D requires Ghost Busting and the other systems out there do not. The studios are riding Read-D very hard to overcome the Ghost Busting problem so they do not have to keep dual inventory.

Mark

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