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Decent deal if wanting a hard 4k copy of Coco one of the better Pixar movies. Should also get 200 points back once digital code is redeemed
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abercrombieboy asked this question on 09-20-2021 at 11:48 AM
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It is 4k/UHD.

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Too expensive.. pass
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$1,100.00? You gotta fix that.
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I read that the audio on the disc is better than and worth getting over the streaming version, been waiting for Insiders to put it on sale.
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Too expensive.. pass
your opinion doesn't make it any less of a slickdeal though.

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I read that the audio on the disc is better than and worth getting over the streaming version, been waiting for Insiders to put it on sale.
the audio on all discs is better than streaming.
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I doubt that the audio is always better on disc enough to be noticeable.
the average streaming audio bitrate is maybe 768kbps. discs are usually in the 4000kbps range. if you have a decent system, even just a small 3.1 system with a nice sub, it can be an incredible difference. the streaming audio is compressed and dynamic range is squashed. if you are only listening via your tv speakers or a soundbar, none of this probably matters to you though.

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In Coco's case the Atmos track is supposed to be significantly better than the DD track in the streaming version. If the movie were mostly dialogue and meaningless BGM then it wouldn't be much of a deal over waiting for the digital version to hit $7. Movie wasn't rendered in 4K so PQ not a factor either.
the streaming version is still atmos. atmos just means it has extra data for overhead speakers. that's it. meaning it won't do you any good if you don't have overhead/ceiling speakers. the reason the disc version is better (bluray or 4k) is because its 9+ times (7000kbps) the bandwidth of the streaming option.

and PQ isn't just resolution. the main benefit to stepping up to 4k discs is HDR. this movie is a bad example since it's pretty poor there.
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Too expensive.. pass
What is the price?? Not anywhere in the OP or linked page
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Movie wasn't rendered in 4K so PQ not a factor either.
Aaarrrggghh people need to stop saying this!!!

We're not going to get animated films rendered in 4K anytime soon as it more than doubles the expense and/or time needed to render. That would have a significant impact on the production schedule.

The next best thing is AI upscaling, which is much cheaper than 4K rendering and still much better than what your TV or disc player can do in real-time. Pixar, at least, has decided that the visual benefit of a 4K render isn't enough to justify the cost difference.
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the main benefit to stepping up to 4k discs is HDR.
Very true for TVs but not for projectors. I never thought I'd be able to instantly recognize 4K but it's definitely appreciated on a 120" screen. HDR on the other hand is much better on a TV and not many projectors support it at all.
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wonderful thank you!!
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the audio on all discs is better than streaming.
OP had it posted at $1100 initially. So it was a joke... because I think we can all objectively say that it's not worth $1100
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HDR on the other hand is much better on a TV and not many projectors support it at all.
yup. i went from a 77" OLED to a 115" screen. my projector does do HDR, but it pales in comparison to the OLED. but nothing is as immersive as a huge screen so i think it was a solid tradeoff.

hopefully in the next few years we'll start to see some better HDR capable projectors that aren't $10k+
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I like to buy them in 3D and I never got coco in 4K so I may use some of my points to also have a 4K copy.
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Got one, thank you
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My go-to review site said the 4k was a barely noticeable improvement from the blu-ray even on large screens and with hdr. I believe most of the Disney animated 4k movies available aren't going to have game changing improvements, but this title was said to be especially disappointing. Research if you're thinking of upgrading from blu-ray! If you don't have it at all, this is a fine opportunity.
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