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Baff

The week before Warner sided with Blu-Ray, they were adamantly denying it too. Not that that means much, just saying denials don't mean a lot.

If its true that clause exists, then they will likely use it fairly soon.

I agree, would love to be a fly on the wall right now.

Aron

I think the Warner decision was the tipping point. Even if the above is unfounded rumor, I still suspect Paramount will follow. DVD sales are clearly slowing, and letting digital replace these falling sales is a huge gamble. The easiest and most guaranteed path for studios is to promote another product cycle of plastic while letting the Apples, Comcasts, and Netflixes SLOWLY bite around the edges.

Super-Bat-Man

hopefully this does happen so there will be at least one HD format with all of the majors backing it. I guess including blu-ray in the ps3 was a good move. certainly seems to be tipping the scale in blu-ray's favor.

Matt

Hopefully this happens, so this stupid format War will be over. I own several HDDVD's so hopefully, if the format war ends there will be multi players being released very cheaply.

polo ralph lauren

Hopefully this happens, so this stupid format War will be over. I own several HDDVD's so hopefully, if the format war ends there will be multi playerbasket pumas being released very cheaply.

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