Before mysteriously disappearing, the details on Warner Home Video's retailer info site claimed the discs will be presented in Dolby TrueHD sound and will include an "In-Movie Experience" (IME), as well as all the extra features included in the standard edition, several industry sites reported today.
UPDATE: Warner Home Video has told HPANA that they have not announced a release date yet.
So, what's IME? According to the marketing lingo:
Warner Home Video HD DVD ... provides a new level of interactivity, giving instant access to extra features with the debut of a seamless menu-bar that allows viewers to enjoy features and settings without leaving or interrupting the film.
And what's so special about HD DVD in general? It "provides six-times better resolution than standard DVD," according to the official site. "It's as simple as that. This of course translates to six-times more explosiony-explosions, six-times more impassioned passion and six-times more frenzied shark frenzies. Oh, and six-times the goose bumps."
Warner Home Video confirmed to HPANA last month that it would be putting all of the standard Potter DVDs on hiatus by early 2007.