The guidence of DVD purchase

Mar 25th, 2010 by dvdxplayer 2,126 views |Comments Off

For one time play or for collection?
If just for DVD play, then no need to over-pursue version! As long as a clear translation in general can be fine. To be frankly, lossy compression (ysys) D5 film much better than the VCD, and I usually buy the D5 film, I buy D9 for collection, buy the D9 version of a good movie, so D5 does give us more to enjoy the film and a good way to save money (flyerzeng language). As for collection, then you would find a good version, look for IFPI film base! “True IFPI film base”: imprinted at the inner disc laser burn on the lower-case italic letters ifpi code that is the genuine product line out, and film base is good, no reading problems.

Old movies or new movie?
Do not hurry to watch new movie, most started out versions are not so good, especially the translation of subtitles and catalog making; an old version of the film is necessary to select a good one, and to compare between several versions, like the All-America, or Golden Globe are better.


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