Some guys like to go underwater. The cameras we use are so reliable. Why is Planet Earth so much better than most nature shows? They offer previews of the 4K disc's content, but they cannot begin to convey the superiority of its video image. You will be taken to a page where you can now select the appropriate subtitle file for your downloaded episode. Islands For some, remote islands offer sanctuary away from the mainland: the tiny pygmy three-toed sloth only survives because of the peace and safety offered by its Caribbean island home, while seabirds like albatross thrive in predator-free isolation. We started this project about three years ago.
It's the most vivid sightseeing you can undertake without leaving home. In the flooded Okavango, lions take on formidable buffalo in epic battles, stunning bee-eaters ride on the back of ostriches like miniature jockeys, while caribou embark on great migrations, where they must cross paths with their nemesis, Arctic wolves. The editors have done a superb job of shaping the raw material to provide a narrative flow, and Attenborough's voiceover remains a lively and essential component of these tales from worlds rarely seen by the human eye. You need to sit and wait. The Rockies are empty in winter except for hibernating grizzly bears, who must fatten up when spring comes suddenly.
Written by With most shows any assessment involves explaining why it is better or worse than others of its kind. Like crazy pole dancers, Grizzly bears comically scratch their backs on trees whilst a bobcat struggles to hunt for ducks without getting its feet wet. It was a foreshadowing — or maybe even the catalyst — of an increasingly cinematic approach to nature filmmaking. The track doesn't attempt to replicate the disorganized racket of a natural environment. Blu-ray release, but they have packaged the discs differently for North American viewers. What do you do while you wait for the action? It was something else with a slightly different brief. If it gets inside the camera, the camera blows up because it acts like a magnet.
At the end of the Earth, more than 1. Things break sometimes, but we keep everything in waterproof Pelican cases and never leave them standing open. New technology has allowed individual stories to be captured in an unparalleled level of detail and for the first time viewers will be immersed in incredible landscapes and share the most dramatic moments in the lives of animals. We shot in a desert where the sand had metal ore in it. But most of the training is prevention.
A few seconds of footage is taken from the archive, apparently but who cares? But the important thing is to commit to where you are. It took another three months for the series to reach our shores, with U. So you start with the science, but then you try to be in the right place at the right time, and at the moment when everything comes together. All the other episodes are fantastic watches too so hopefully the success will continue. The series remains the gold standard in nature documentaries, with its gently authoritative narration by David Attenborough and vivid footage of landscapes and animals shot all over the world. From bizarre looking Saiga antelope in Asia, rarely seen by humans, to the giant ant-eaters of Brazil, grassland animals show remarkable survival techniques. The extraordinary creatures that live here must survive the most hostile seasons on the planet.
Deserts In this episode we visit the world's deserts, a land of extremes that pushes life to the limit. Do you take survival training? If it takes five weeks, you wait five weeks. This was impossible before with Popcorn Time, because many torrents contain unstreamable video formats. Much of the footage is remarkable in its capture of rarely seen animal behavior. Grasslands Grasslands cover one quarter of all land and support the greatest gatherings of wildlife on Earth.
What should you do if you get kidnapped? In the Blu-ray version, eminent naturalist David Attenborough not only narrates but also appears on camera. You might fire a warning shot. At Musicbed, we believe you should be able to get the perfect song for your film. We welcome some creatures into our cities; in Jodhpur langurs are revered as religious deities and in Harar locals live in harmony with wild hyenas. It was probably the one that sounds the nicest.
But island life isn't always easy. Leopards prowl the streets of Mumbai, peregrine falcons hunt amongst New York's skyscrapers and a million starlings perform spectacular aerial dances over Rome. Journey to the four corners of the globe to discover the extreme forces that shape life in each of these iconic landscapes and the remarkable ways animals manage to overcome the challenges of surviving in the wildest places on Earth. The landscapes themselves are rendered with extraordinary fine detail, revealing minute variations in ancient rock formations, dry desert sands, mountain peaks, flowing rivers and frozen expanses. Set to the music of Jungle Boogie, the huge bears, weighing up to 700lb and standing almost 8ft tall, show a comical side that belies their reputation as apex predators. The apps are synchronized with your account at Blu-ray.
The amount of care expended on the editing of each shot is mindbogglingly impressive and the reality of what has been captured is the best that has ever been seen. The principle cinematography team was just 12 people. Rain, surf, volcanic activity and the roar of an avalanche are among the many enveloping environmental effects. Circumstances happen and you have to twist the story a bit. You just need some imagination. Mountains Only a few pioneering animals have what it takes to survive up high in the world's great mountain ranges. So you have to plan ahead.
They may seem an unlikely place for animals to thrive, but for the bold this is a world of surprising opportunity. Line From To There are only a dozen peaks in the world that rise five miles high. The Hiamlayas are highest and coldest, starring the very rare snow leopard, covering huge territories due to few prey. Time discrepancies suggest that there may be other differences, but a shot-by-shot comparison is beyond the scope of this review. What does the brief look like for a project this big? So this is a crucial part of the operation, 0:52:01 0:52:05 making sure the fire works so we don't freeze to death. Instead, the mixers have selected specific sounds of nature to complement and accompany each scene, and those effects may be placed in front, in back or all around. Pans between left and right and between front and rear are frequent.