A STRANGE HOUR IN BUDAPEST
|Recorded & filmed at :||Szikra, Budapest : 04.12.2010|
|Produced, directed & edited by :||Attila Herkó for Umatik|
|Executive producer :||Alan Wilder|
|Stereo & 5.1 soundtrack mix :||Alan Wilder & Paul Kendall|
|Surround creation & mastering :||Simon Heyworth & Andy Miles @ Super Audio Mastering|
|3D Artist / Blu-ray art director :||László Ócsai|
|Blu-ray authoring :||Neil Wilkes @ www.so-audio.com|
|Main film :||1920 x 1080p High Definition : 16:9|
|Audio :||DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround : LPCM Stereo 2.0|
|Extra material :||1080p HD 16:9 : LPCM Stereo 2.0|
(Note : This is a zone-free all region disc which will play in any Blu-ray player)
MADE IN EU (c) 2012 UMATIK ENTERTAINMENT & SHUNT PRODUCTION
BLU-RAY : FORMAT BACKROUND
While recent headlines have focused on the emerging industries which supply downloadable A/V content, Blu-ray has quietly established itself as the go-to format for high quality home video & audio. Picking up where DVD left off, the Blu-ray format is capable of rendering pristine, cinematic video images that are second in quality only to full theatrical film presentations. Images are delivered in high definition 1920 x 1080 resolution, or, as it's commonly known, 1080p. Blu-ray audio can also present state of the art DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby True HD and Uncompressed PCM formats, delivering sound unsurpassed by any other format and rivaling that of studio master recordings. Blu-ray offers a maximum 50GB of storage per disc, allowing content providers to focus on the highest possible spec, without having to worry about space constraints. For these reasons, Blu-ray is a format well worth supporting, especially given the tactile nature of a well-presented physical product combined with convenience & portability.
AUDIO FORMATS : WHY DTS?
DTS-HD Master Audio is now the professional's best option on Blu-ray Disc, delivering up to 7.1 channels of discrete audio at 96 kHz and up to 5.1 channels at 192 kHz., while being backward compatible with other DTS audio technologies such as DTS-HD High Resolution Audio & DTS Digital Surround. DTS-HD Master Audio utilises variable bit-rate technology while conserving file size and bandwidth. The technology carries one encode and one QC pass versus two for competing technologies, allowing quicker workflow and better quality. Because DTS-HD Master Audio is bit-for-bit identical to the studio master, it can also be used as an archival format, with significant file size savings over PCM source and the ability to store metadata. In a nutshell, DTS-HD Master Audio has become an industry standard and the only 'one-stream' surround audio solution for Blu-ray Disc, making it the overwhelming first choice of the major studios and content providers worldwide.