Tag Archives: DVD

Oh My Gawd, It’s Full Of Bits

The Flaming Lips released their latest album, Embryotic, this week. And they did something kind of cool. The standard release is a double CD album. The deluxe edition adds a DVD which contains the full album as 16 bit 48 kHz and 24 bit 96 kHz PCM audio. The DVD is not region coded, and […]

Der Golem

I think Music For The Monsters/Robots/Whatever is essentially done. At least the music part. I’ve begun working on the artwork – which may be somewhat pointless because there may not be a physical release. Not being able to settle on a title has been a great procrastination method. Not that there is a need to […]

Digital Copy Me, part 1

Last month, Disney released it’s first classic animation title on Blu-Ray, Sleeping Beauty. The Pixar Blu-Ray releases (Ratatouille and Cars) look awesome, and I had high hopes for classic Disney animation in all its high def glory. Plus, with Sleeping Beauty, they have finally mastered the movie in it’s full Super Technirama 70 aspect ratio. […]

CODE Fix

I believe I know how to fix the no-FF/RW issue in the John “Cougar” Mellencamp CODE DVD, Life Death Love And Freedom. And the proof-of-concept disc I created for Roboplastick. The issue, I believe, is that, in order to save space on the disc, I chose to use a still image for the video that […]

Longer

Music For The Monsters progresses. Really. The aforementioned chip music documentary (extended for another week, in case you didn’t get a chance to see it last week) inspired me to play around with a Game Boy emulator and the LSDJ software (I still need to dig up my physical Game Boy). It’s insanely complicated (or […]