Unfortunately the colours on that youtube clip don't really tell you anything.
Try this experiment. Run the BD or the DVD through a digital projector, then get a video camera and tape it from the screen. The colours will be nothing like the source image.
That's a shame. This thread has now got me thinking; we all know that scenes set inside the matrix were deliberately given a green tint (to varying degrees) on all home media versions of the film, but the first time I ever heard this mentioned was on the original DVD release. Do we know with any certainty whether the green cast to the matrix scenes was present in the theatrical prints or was it just added for DVD?
The original trailer has no green at all in these scenes:
Check out the brief flash of Neo in Smith's office at 0:16; this scene is yellow on the DVD, green on the BD and entirely neutral here. Is there any chance it was originally that way in theatres? I saw The Matrix on it's original release but I couldn't tell you now whether those scenes were green or not.
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