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yahoo!!meaning Region 1 would collectively share the same discs and packaging? sana small change lang like the Region 1 Us and Canada difference.
If Malaysia and Thailand are both in Region 1, Philippines might also be in Region 1.It that's the case, buying a US PlayStation 3 which is a cheaper Blu-Ray player, will let you play Pinoy films in it., if there are Blu-Ray versions.
Ainit PS3's region free?
Pinakauna, yung capacity. Ang DVD, maximum 9GB, yung Blu-Ray, 50GB.
oh! So halimbawa, yung Scream Trilogy pedeng ilagay sa isang disc, with complete special features? W :oW
Blu-Ray and HD DVD are entirely new formats and each are high density storage for high definition video, audio and data. In theory pwede yung i store ang standard definition video in either Blu-Ray or HD DVD, but you still have to buy the HD players coz DVD players will not read these new HD discs. Moreover, I dont think studios will be happy with that in the first place...it will be eating up their profits...
Now a dummy question.. does High Def (Bluray/HD-DVD) still have NTSC and PAL signal variants? Kasi Japan, Philippines, USA are all NTSC, ito kaya why we are group together?
Now that R1 in Blu-Ray means having America, Japan, Korea, and SE Asia, will that mean that Blu-Ray movies that might be sold locally (if ever they're sold locally), will be as expensive as its US and Japan counterparts?So let's say a Spider-Man 3 Blu-Ray movie in the US is $30, in the Philippines will this cost around P1500 and above?
Now that's something to ponder... baka hindi pumayag ang mga Studios...kasi if the contents are the same, then if the price differentials are big enough, then someone might buy Philippine Blu-Ray discs and sell it in the US and vice versa...