Originally Posted by Mr. Hunt
Good thing we aren't using Mpeg-2 anymore.
Face it... you HD-DVD fanboys always said you had better PQ, it isn't true anymore, and you only have "features" which last I saw (using 300 as reference), didn't equal squat for sales compared to the BD version.
HD DVD does have better picture quality. MPEG-2 is being used by BD studios, still. But who is "we"? Are you some BD team? Unlike you, I have a reference quality system and both formats and can judge for myself.
You also fail to analyze numbers in a meaningful way. 300 BD outsold 300 HD DVD 2:1, with 5:1 the install base
. Very *bad* performance. We are talking about .6 % of the market versus .4 %. The total numbers don't mean **** for now.