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And, errm, what does this mean?
Widescreen version presented in a "matted" widescreen format, preserving the theatrical aspect ratio. Enhanced for widescreen TVs. Dual-layer format.
That's WHV boilerplate, seen on many DVDs. What it means is that the person who wrote it can't express ideas very clearly. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif Usually a movie or show is described as being either "matted" widescreen (letterbox) or "enhanced for widescreen TVs" (anamorphic). Apparently WHV thinks this is too simple a system, and not 100% accurate. 2.35:1 films, since they are wider than a 1.77:1 wide TV screen, are "matted" (that is, they have "black bars") even when they are also enhanced for widescreen TVs. Which doesn't apply to B5 since its aspect ratio is 1.77:1 to begin with.
Just refers to the physical production of the disc. Data is on two-layers instead of one. That's what allows them to get four episodes on each single-sided disc. (And note, contrary to what some websites are saying, that the set is 6, not 5, discs.)
Other than that, very good news. And, er, "Return to Babylon 5" would count as a documentary, assuming that the interviews are interspersed with behnind the scenes footage, production stills and clips from episodes. Many documentaries largely consist of interview footage - but they still "count". As for "The Making of" - this may be an existing doc, such as the ones produced for The Sci-Fi Channel or TNT during S1 and S5 respectively, or something new. (JMS was skeptical about WHV's getting the TNT or Sci-Fi shows.)
They went with the broadcast order, rather than the "master list" order, so "TKO" still comes well before "Chrysalis", but this order does keep "A Voice in the Wilderness" Parts 1 & 2 on the same disc, which should make some people happy. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
All-in-all sounds very cool. I'm waiting to see more. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif