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Old 10-29-06, 12:51 AM
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"COPS" in HD now? Cool!

How long has it been in HD?
Old 10-29-06, 12:54 AM
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Its in HD? Finally I can watch all those good looking guys taking there shirts off and drool over their delicious buttcracks.

I'm kidding.

But still, COPS in HD is cool.
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It's been in HD for awhile.
Old 10-29-06, 04:41 AM
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Last time I checked, it's not in HD. It's in 480p widescreen, but it is *not* high-def. I can't imagine the show going to HD anytime soon, despite the relatively low cost of HD cameras now... They are still too expensive for a show as risky as that for cameras. But the 480p definitely looks better, and you can never complain about something being widescreen. It's been in 480p 16:9 for at least a year and a half, maybe two years now.
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Originally Posted by coladar
Last time I checked, it's not in HD. It's in 480p widescreen, but it is *not* high-def. I can't imagine the show going to HD anytime soon, despite the relatively low cost of HD cameras now... They are still too expensive for a show as risky as that for cameras. But the 480p definitely looks better, and you can never complain about something being widescreen. It's been in 480p 16:9 for at least a year and a half, maybe two years now.
yeah i used "HD" but I had a feeling it was something like that. I haven't seen new eps in a long time so when I saw one on Saturday I was shocked that it was at least in Widescreen.
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Originally Posted by SuperBatMan
It's been in HD for awhile.
Yeah. For at least a year now, maybe more.
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I didn't even know COPS was still on. Every time I see it on TV I just assume I'm watching a rerun from the 90's.
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Yeah I get it in HD on Fox, Sat nights. Definetly not just 480p here. Great for those hot hookers, bad for those ugly hookers...
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Originally Posted by GoldenJCJ
I didn't even know COPS was still on. Every time I see it on TV I just assume I'm watching a rerun from the 90's.
Same here. I'm usually asleep Saturday evenings because I work. So I'm usually catching old eps from 90's in Broward County on other days. That's why I didn't know it was in a different format.


In other Widescreen hi res news....the show "GIRLFRIENDS" on the CW network is also WS(HD?) now.

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