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Old 09-13-07, 01:04 PM   #13
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Default Re: 51GB HD-DVD approved.

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its being used my TV stations right now. there is no need for such a high capacity media in home.
I bet you just made that up. TV Stations don't use 100-200 gig BluRay discs.
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Old 09-13-07, 01:09 PM   #14
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of course they don't blu-ray doesn't have disc that size
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Old 09-13-07, 06:16 PM   #15
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oMg 51221 igigIabTY!! wilLs THIds dsMake MdY movIeS beTeRR!!!
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Old 09-14-07, 12:59 AM   #16
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Default Re: 51GB HD-DVD approved.

How much does an average HD movie take?
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Old 09-15-07, 12:18 AM   #17
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Default Re: 51GB HD-DVD approved.

why would u watch an average movie in HD??? :P
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Old 09-15-07, 12:58 AM   #18
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I could be wrong, but I think you can fit 4 standard length HD-DVD movies on one HD-DVD disc. I could be off on that though.
Hmm I did some searching and found this.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=750870
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12 Monkeys: 21.9 GiB - 23 532 732 416 bytes
2 Fast 2 Furious: 21.2 GiB - 22 857 646 080 bytes
The Adventures Of Robin Hood: 27.2 GB - 29 238 362 112 bytes
Apollo 13: 27.6 GiB - 29 643 898 880 bytes
Batman Begins: 24.8 GiB - 26 637 697 024 bytes
Blazing Saddles: 25.4 GiB - 27 279 753 216 bytes
Caddyshack: 19.7 GiB - 19 315 032 064 bytes
Casablanca: 22.4 GiB - 24 411 897 856 bytes
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: 26.6 GiB - 28 594 405 376 bytes
Chronicles of Riddick: 26.3 GiB - 28 246 081 536
Constantine: 21.9 GiB - 23 585 423 360 bytes
Corpse Bride: 19.0 GiB - 20 497 760 256 bytes
The Dirty Dozen: 27.6 GiB - 29 692 461 056 bytes
End Of Days: 27.7 GiB - 29 766 647 808 bytes
Excalibur: 19.2 GiB - 20 639 776 768 bytes
Fast Times At Ridgemont High: 12.6 GiB - 13 579 911 168 bytes
The Fast And The Furious: 27.5 GiB - 29 612 965 888 bytes
Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas: 22.6 GiB - 24 271 781 888 bytes
The Frighteners: 25.7GiB - 27 640 059 904 bytes (Documentary 7.62 GiB, Main Feature 17.1 GiB)
The Fugitive: 18.2 GiB - 19 560 988 672 bytes
Grand Prix: 22.3 GiB - 23 962 320 896 bytes
Happy Feet: 14.8 GiB - 15 912 293 191 bytes
Happy Gilmore: 15.1 GiB - 16 233 070 592 bytes
The Italian Job: 24.1 GiB - 25 893 535 744 bytes
Jarhead: 24.7 GiB - 26 563 248 128 bytes.
King Kong: 27.4 GiB - 29 482 090 496 bytes
The Last Samurai: 27.3 GiB - 29 348 200 448 bytes
The Manchurian Candidate: 27.0 GiB - 29 061 021 696 bytes
Mission Impossible: III Disk 1: 26.7 GiB - 28 771 549 184 bytes
Mission Impossible: III Disk 2: 22.6 GiB - 24 372 641 792 bytes
Pitch Black: 21.3 GiB - 22 956 670 976 bytes
The Polar Express: 13.0 GiB - 14 009 499 648 bytes
Ray: 27.0 GiB - 29 091 430 400 bytes
Seabiscuit: 25.3 GiB - 27 192 066 048 bytes
The Searchers: 27.8 GiB - 29 869 342 720 bytes
Serenity: 19.6 GiB - 21 070 675 968 bytes
Spartacus: 27.6 GiB - 29 655 302 144 bytes
Swordfish: 18.4 GiB - 19 812 646 912 bytes
The Thing: 25.6 GiB - 27 549 171 712 bytes
Tomb Raider: 26.0 GiB - 27 938 652 160 bytes
Training Day: 22.5 GiB - 24 214 634 496 bytes
Troy: 22.6 GB - 24 311 234 560 bytes
U2 - Rattle & Hum: 17.2 GiB - 18 567 331 840 bytes
U-571: 23.2 GiB - 24 999 755 766 bytes
Under Siege: 17.4 GiB - 18 735 300 608 bytes
Unforgiven: 25.7 GiB - 27 656 454 144 bytes
Van Helsing: 25.4 GiB - 27 365 212 160 bytes
We Were Soldiers: 27.1 GiB - 29 150 216 192 bytes

The smallest is Fast Times At Ridgemont High (12.6 GiB).
The biggest is The Searchers (27.8 GiB)
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