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Ambient Water: The Ultimate Aquarium

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Ambient Water: The Ultimate Aquarium

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Amazon.com: 3.6 out of 5 stars  38 reviews
33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Ambient Water:Ultimate disappointment Aug. 16 2006
By C. Carabine - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this along with another virtual aquarium hoping to show off my 37in hd flatpanel. The only responses I got from showing it off was "Did you pay money for that?"

It looks like someone mounted a camcorder next to a couple aquariums at the local pet store and tried to cash in. There is nothing HD about this dvd, in fact I've seen independent features with better video quality than this.
19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty nice aquarium DVD Dec 15 2006
By Spinner's End - Published on Amazon.com
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This DVD isn't perfect, but it's pretty nice. "Shot in HD" doesn't mean it PLAYS in HD, as this is not an HD-DVD or Blu-Ray disc. It looks good on my 40" LCD TV playing in an upscaling DVD player.

The scenes have a good variety of fish in attractive tanks. Some buyers have complained that the fish are frighteningly large on some of these aquarium DVDs. I did not find this to be the case with this DVD, but I "only" have a 40" screen. Perhaps the buyers who complained about this have frighteningly large TVs.

The sound is pleasant on the reef or saltwater settings. The freshwater tank setting sounds a bit too much like my toddler blowing bubbles in a juicebox for my enjoyment. I haven't even listened to the music setting. If I want to hear music while I play this DVD, I'll play something I like.

This is not a feature film or an IMAX documentary. It is ambience. If I had the time or inclination to maintain a beautiful aquarium, I would want it to look just like one of the several scenes I liked on this disc. If you stare at the screen and try to find some pixelation on a rapidly moving fish tail, you might find some. Stop finding fault and enjoy the fish show in your hassle free aquarium!
25 of 30 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not HD, its misleading Jan. 25 2006
By Chris - Published on Amazon.com
Notice how it only says "shot in hd"? Anything put on film is shot in HD. I expected much more. The tank scenes are nowhere near HD. If the novelty means enough to you, buy it. I planned on using it for parties, but have not because of the poor quality.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars EXTREMELY DECIEVING!!! Dec 25 2006
By Robert Powell - Published on Amazon.com
DO NOT BUY THIS DVD if you plan on recieving a beautiful HD image, because as amazing as you think it will appear, it simply won't look as incredible as it could...because it is still a regular DVD. DVD's can only go up to 480p resolution which is NOT HD. it could have been shot on HD, it could have been shot on beautiful 35mm even(better than HD digital) and it still will look the same as a regular dvd because DVD's cannot and will not ever be able to produce resultions of up to 720p 1080i-p (these are HD resolutions). So for them to put "Shot in HD" all over the cover, and to make people think that they're going to recieve beatiful images is just crap. You want a real fish tank image, go buy a real one, or get the HD-DVD aquarium dvd, that actually shows 720p-1080i image quality with appearently better footage anyway. Just make sure you got a HD-DVD player before you do!
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Kids love it...fun for parties. May 10 2007
By Ryan - Published on Amazon.com
These are closeups of fish tanks. They loop and have relaxing water sounds or music if you choose. Great for turning your widescreen TV into an aquarium. Gotta warn you though, your kids will make you watch the lobster one over and over again.
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