It seems that you're using an outdated browser. Some things may not work as they should (or don't work at all).
We suggest you upgrade newer and better browser like:Chrome,Firefox,Internet Explorer orOpera

×
arrow-down2arrowcart2close4fat-arrow-leftfat-arrow-rightfeedbackfriends2happy-facelogo-gognotificationnotifications-emptyownedremove-menusad-facesearch2wishlist-menuwishlisted2own_thingsheartstartick
Hi all,

We've uploaded the 1080p version and we've also re-worked the 720p and 576p versions of the movie. There was a slight issue with the subtitles not syncing properly at certain times in the movie and this has now been fixed.

We've also added French, German, Polish, Portuguese, and Spanish subtiles in downloadable form (see the subtitles pack) and the subtitles are also available via our own web stream player :)

So grab some popcorn and enjoy the Nerd in full 1080p :)
avatar
JudasIscariot: Hi all,

We've uploaded the 1080p version and we've also re-worked the 720p and 576p versions of the movie. There was a slight issue with the subtitles not syncing properly at certain times in the movie and this has now been fixed.

We've also added French, German, Polish, Portuguese, and Spanish subtiles in downloadable form (see the subtitles pack) and the subtitles are also available via our own web stream player :)

So grab some popcorn and enjoy the Nerd in full 1080p :)
Doesn't seem 1080p to me. It's actually less.
avatar
JudasIscariot: Hi all,

We've uploaded the 1080p version and we've also re-worked the 720p and 576p versions of the movie. There was a slight issue with the subtitles not syncing properly at certain times in the movie and this has now been fixed.

We've also added French, German, Polish, Portuguese, and Spanish subtiles in downloadable form (see the subtitles pack) and the subtitles are also available via our own web stream player :)

So grab some popcorn and enjoy the Nerd in full 1080p :)
avatar
MIK0: Doesn't seem 1080p to me. It's actually less.
Yes, the "1080p" version of the movie is really 1920x820, and the supposed "720p" is really 1280x548

So uh yeah not actually in either one of those resolutions, made all the weirder by the trailer being a true 1920x1080 file. Can someone take notice of this and fix it?
avatar
MIK0: Doesn't seem 1080p to me. It's actually less.
avatar
Sor_Eddie: Yes, the "1080p" version of the movie is really 1920x820, and the supposed "720p" is really 1280x548

So uh yeah not actually in either one of those resolutions, made all the weirder by the trailer being a true 1920x1080 file. Can someone take notice of this and fix it?
I wonder if the vimeo version has the same problem. I find hard to believe that James would do that kind of error to slightly reduce the space required by the file.
avatar
MIK0: I wonder if the vimeo version has the same problem. I find hard to believe that James would do that kind of error to slightly reduce the space required by the file.
The movie is probably in a different aspect ratio than the norm: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspect_ratio_%28image%29#Visual_comparisons
In the downloadable without subtitles in Spanish
Post edited November 25, 2014 by Magnir
Thanks I edit this post
Post edited November 28, 2014 by g_dragmire
avatar
MIK0: I wonder if the vimeo version has the same problem. I find hard to believe that James would do that kind of error to slightly reduce the space required by the file.
avatar
FlamingFirewire: The movie is probably in a different aspect ratio than the norm: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspect_ratio_%28image%29#Visual_comparisons
IMDB lists the movie's aspect ratio as 2.35:1, which is 'wider' than 16:9.

1080 refers to the image quality - 16:9 is 1,920 pixels wide by 1,080 pixels high, 2.35:1 in the same quality is roughly 1,920x820. The number of pixels from left to right is the same as any 16:9 movie in 1080p quality, so the resolution is still technically 1080 and the image quality is as high as can be shown on a standard 1080 display. The difference is just that the creators of the film released it in a 'wider' AR than 16:9, and it would be useless to encode the black letterboxing on the top and bottom of the image.

FlamingFirewire's link explains this better in visual terms.
the 1080p version drifts more and more out of sync during the last 20 minutes or so.
bump. has this been fixed since?