Shock Entertainment has sent me a number of concert Blu-ray discs that it distributes here, mostly from Eagle Entertainment. One I’m presently gathering tech info on is ‘Supertramp: Live in Paris 1979’.
Great sound: 24 bit, 96kHz in two channel LPCM or 5.1 channel DTS-HD Master Audio, 126 minutes of great stuff.
But when you get to the end of the main title — which is properly presented at precisely 24 frames per second, rather than the more common Americanised 23.976fps — there’s an FBI warning against piracy. This, irritatingly, is presented at 1080i60. My projector takes about ten seconds to resynch to a different frame rate. I get the impression there’s something in the 21 second title that contains the FBI warning
, but I miss it because of the resync.
Would it be too hard for Blu-ray producers to put content like this at the same frame rate as everything else?