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kk650's Regraded The Sound of Music (1965) (blanket yellow tint removed from blu-ray)

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I’ve just uploaded a new 3GB release of The Sound of Music (1965) to the same place as usual. All those interested in knowing where, send me a PM.

I love this film, its always been a big favourite with my family at this time of the year so I thought you all might appreciate this release as well. Merry Christmas!

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I’ve just uploaded The Sound of Music to Myspleen. The release is 23 GB and includes the DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 audio track from the blu-ray.

Also included is a Commentary Track with Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, Charmian Carr, choreographer Dee Dee Wood & Johannes von Trapp (Maria von Trapp’s youngest child) as well as an Orchestral Track with Commentary by Director Robert Wise. Chapters timings from the blu-ray have also been included.

With this release I have gone ahead and removed the blanket yellow tint across the whole film to bring all the other colours back to life, in particular the blues.

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kk650 said:

I’ve just uploaded The Sound of Music to Myspleen. The release is 23 GB and includes the DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 audio track from the blu-ray.

I’m crying (as a poor user without myspleen access) 😦 😃

The 4gb version is already so good I’m hoping for at least a 10gb version. Meanwhile, i’m seeding.

Thanks for the great work.

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Hello KK650.
I really love your regrades (though you’re making mostly contemporary films that don’t interest me).
I’m not sure if the King and I (which has a blanket blue tint) is something that would interest you. But thought to bring it to your attention.

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Wow. The reviews of SoM have been so flattering and I saw no one mentioning that obvious yellow tint.

What in the world were they thinking? Excellent work.

Was that scene by scene adjustment or just a simple adjustment applied to the whole film?

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