Engadget HD Podcast 315 - 09.11.2012

This week's news includes the rare Common File Format for UltraViolet resurfacing, as well as a new DHD initiative from Fox that could push downloadable movies forward faster than ever before. That's before we even dive into all the news from CEDIA 2012 and take a peek at the just-released Ceton Companion mobile app for Windows Media Center. Also included: where our NFL Pick 'em selections went horribly, horribly wrong and more 84-inch 4K displays than you can shake a stick at.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)

Producer: Trent Wolbe

09:00 - Fox to sell Digital HD movies three weeks ahead of discs or VOD, Prometheus is first
17:22 - Revamped gives one-stop digital movie access for both UltraViolet and non-UV stores
21:38 - UltraViolet movie format to use Dolby Digital Plus encoding, keep sound thumping across platforms
27:23 - Kaleidescape teases movie download store; brings Rotten Tomatoes, Leonard Maltin to its servers
29:15 - Ceton Companion apps for iOS and Android are available, bring WMC mobile control for $5
33:27 - NextGuide for iPad intends to get you to stop using the grid guide
39:26 - Epson leaves well enough alone with its new Home Cinema projector lineup
40:30 - JVC reveals e-Shift2 4K scaling projectors, promises true 4K LCDs for under $20k
42:15 - SIM2's $158k CinemaQuattro 4K DLP projector is for hundred seat home theaters
43:37 - NHK 8K Super Hi-Vision camera captures native 120Hz footage, we go eyes-on at IBC
44:55 - LG's 84-inch 4K ultra high definition TV goes on sale in the US next month for $19,999
45:15 - Sony's 84-inch 4K Bravia XBR-84X900 goes up for pre-order tomorrow for $25,000
47:42 - Sony sets US pricing for 55-, 65-inch HX950 HDTVs: $4,499 and $5,499
48:22 - Sony unveils two new ES receivers that are the first with Control4 built-in, plus one without
50:26 - Onkyo shows off a few mini audio systems, one amp and Roku-ready receivers
52:22 - Proficient Audio launches MaxTV MT2 speaker box, soundbars start job hunt
53:29 - Motorola launches 10 new set-top boxes at IBC 2012
56:18 - Must See HDTV (September 10th - 16th)

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