Only 50% of Ultra HD movies released on Ultra HD Blu-ray due limited production capacity

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We’ve just posted the following news: Only 50% of Ultra HD movies released on Ultra HD Blu-ray due limited production capacity[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2016/02/UltraHD-Bluray-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

An interview with the President of Warner Home Entertainment, Jim Wuthrich, reveals that only about 30-35 Ultra HD Blu-ray movies will be released initially because of limited manufacturing capacity of the required 100GB Ultra HD Blu-ray discs.

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booohooo… Those movies are a joke… Anyone buying expensive movies when DVD play just as well is a cash cow for the Studio GREEDS. I think and hope people start to wake up and see that the only winning is the GREEDY Studios.


#3

A lot of people love their physical media, they love the flexibility of it, they love the reliability of it, and they love just owning things.
So that continues to be the dominant way that people collect and own
their content.
How can you [B]own[/B] something if you’re not allowed to decide what you will do with it? Since companied like Warner Home Entertainment have been so anti-backup, I don’t think buying a DVD or Blue Ray counts as “ownership.” Rather, it’s merely “possessing”, since Hollywood companies insist that these movies are still their property, and not the private property of the paying customer.