From: (Ted Nolan <@ednolan>
Subject: Re: Any technical advances in 2017?
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From: (Ted Nolan <tednolan>)
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Subject: Re: Any technical advances in 2017?
Date: 28 Dec 2017 14:30:48 GMT
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In article <w771C.24106$uY5.21351@fx21.iad>,
moviePig<> wrote:
>On 12/28/2017 12:35 AM, Ted Nolan <tednolan> wrote:
>> Did anything interesting happen with movie-tech in 2017?
>> Also, not advances, but
>> 	Did we get any HFR in 2017?
>> 	How about non-converted 3D?
>I don't recall any native 3D -- including, surprisingly, STAR WARS.
>My personal "tech headlines" would be the affordable upgrading of TV 
>images to a tipping point that makes theaters (apart from Imax 3D) the 
>less desirable viewing experience.  Also, and though I never saw an 
>announcement, PPV movies are modified (sans disclaimer!) from their 
>original format by having background sound attenuated during dialogue.

Wow, movies where you can actually hear the dialogue!

(Yes, this is one of my current peeves.  My middle aged ears miss a
lot of stuff in today's noisy mumblefests.)
What's not in Columbia anymore..