Ripped it again just to make sure I didn’t have the wrong version on my machine. Here are screenshots that look identical with a photo of my blu-ray. Peter Pan has only had one blu-ray release as far as I can find so it’s definitely the diamond edition.
Wow. You are right. I took a closer look, and there are some differences, but that’s disgustingly close to the Platinum Edition… except HD.
Edit: Okay, compiled everything you guys have linked, posted, etc. with my previous PP comparison sheet.
Here is an updated version showing everything up to the Diamond Edition: (see below)
Edit 2: I’ve been thinking about Disney’s trend in color changes and I’m starting to think this is the visual equivalent of Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix soundtracks.
It’s just possible that the colors are intentionally wrong. The logic being that most people are using their TV’s default settings which tend to be over bright and with a cold color temperature.
It would explain the dingy whites, washing out of blues and a general tint towards gold.
That or Disney’s restoration people are dimwits that are using uncalibrated monitors.
Edit 3: Updated version giving proper credit for BD images: http://www.mediafire.com/download/xcbdcebef7r7z9d/Peter_Pan_v2.7.html
Btw, unfortunately all images are compressed jpg (with some being re-compressed). The software I was using was ill equipped for the job. It was this or a 25mb version which seemed ridiculous. The quality doesn’t seem to be perceptibly altered.