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kk650's Regraded Spider-Man: Homecoming (blanket yellow tint removed from blu-ray)

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I’ve just uploaded a new regrade of Spider-Man: Homecoming to the same place as the Wonder Woman regrade. All those interested in knowing where, send me a PM. Here are some screencap comparisons for those interested:

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Always top notch. The screenshots look great.
Will keep seeding this and Wonder Woman so we can get higher bit rate versions!
Thanks!

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Any idea if the UHD Blu-ray suffers the same yellow fate as the BD?

“You don’t really mean you’ll kill me, do you?” - Juror 8
"Silence, Earthling! My name is Darth Vader. I am an extra-terrestrial from the planet Vulcan!" - Calvin “Marty” Klein

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I promise to seed the F out of the high bitrate version! 😉

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I just watched the 9GB release with my pops and he wanted to give you a shoutout: “Wow, this looks beautiful!”

I also showed him the comparison photos and his response was something like “That KK must be a nerd wizard or something…” 😄

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Right, I know that’s what’s been done, but why? Is there any reason to believe the yellow tint isn’t intentional? In a modern DI workflow that involves no photochemical steps, there’s no reason to doubt what’s been released.

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Frank Sintelle said:

Right, I know that’s what’s been done, but why? Is there any reason to believe the yellow tint isn’t intentional? In a modern DI workflow that involves no photochemical steps, there’s no reason to doubt what’s been released.

most blu-ray titles come with yellow and green tint these days and its noticeable KK650 removes it to make the picture look more better and perfect
but some people like it with awful tint!

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I think it’s a matter of taste. I personally really dislike all the yellow and green tints.

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Frank Sintelle said:

Right, I know that’s what’s been done, but why? Is there any reason to believe the yellow tint isn’t intentional? In a modern DI workflow that involves no photochemical steps, there’s no reason to doubt what’s been released.

kk650 has a long history of color correcting movies not to make them more theatrically accurate, but to make them look better. Just a different philosophy from most projects here.

“You don’t really mean you’ll kill me, do you?” - Juror 8
"Silence, Earthling! My name is Darth Vader. I am an extra-terrestrial from the planet Vulcan!" - Calvin “Marty” Klein

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