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  • brewcrew82
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    They are seemingly re-releasing everything else on Blu-Ray...I can see no reason why they wouldn't give 'Baseball' the same treatment.

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  • Mr. Laser Beam
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    What resolution of film was this shot on?

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  • White Knight
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    Originally posted by Mr. Laser Beam View Post
    Time for a weird question: Is there any technical issue which would prevent the entire series from being released on Blu-Ray?

    I know the Tenth Inning is already available on BR. But is it theoretically possible that the whole series could be made available that way? If not, why not?

    (I'm not asking if it would make business sense to do this, I'm just wondering if it would be technically possible. For instance, it is IMpossible to have a Blu-Ray release of any show shot on videotape, because the maximum resolution of videotape is so low. But the maximum resolution of film, which is what Baseball was shot on, is much higher even than Blu-Ray)
    Of course it's possible. March of the Wooden Soldiers is available on Blu-ray, and that's from the 30's. You can put low rez on Blu-ray, even 480i, just not anything higher than 1080p.

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  • Mr. Laser Beam
    started a topic Ken Burns 'Baseball' on Blu Ray?

    Ken Burns 'Baseball' on Blu Ray?

    Time for a weird question: Is there any technical issue which would prevent the entire series from being released on Blu-Ray?

    I know the Tenth Inning is already available on BR. But is it theoretically possible that the whole series could be made available that way? If not, why not?

    (I'm not asking if it would make business sense to do this, I'm just wondering if it would be technically possible. For instance, it is IMpossible to have a Blu-Ray release of any show shot on videotape, because the maximum resolution of videotape is so low. But the maximum resolution of film, which is what Baseball was shot on, is much higher even than Blu-Ray)
    Last edited by Mr. Laser Beam; 12-28-2012, 04:57 PM.

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