Originally posted by: digitalfreaknyc
VERY few people noticed the issue. It's not as massive as you would expect.
I think this is down to the abomination known as 3:2 pulldown, so many people whose tv system is natively NTSC are so used to 3:2 pulldown on films and tv shows that they probably wouldn't notice the repeated frames of your first release. Whereas PAL land people watching it on a PC screen (so the playback is progressive) may spot the repeated frames fairly quickly. (death to NTSC!)
Originally posted by: Rikter
Originally posted by: Citizen
er, I've just done a PAL DVD of the HDTV broadcast, with a 2nd audio track that has Deckard's voiceover laid onto the rear speakers: <snip> Full 3:2 removal was done to make it progressive PAL, no duplicated or skipped frames anywhere.
- Just the rear speakers, why not all of them?