AND the electricity AND water bill is too high!
METRO 2033. Cause I finished the video game on my self-built PC.
College AND University textbooks are too damn expensive!
I dunno how long it'd take but I'll be upping the ISOs gradually in the next coming weeks. All exact copies, to Mega, but a link with all links to each disc on Pastebin.
I'll PM the links. I thought someone capped the unedited/music retained Season 4 episodes from Hulu awhile ago?
I have the DVDs still. Want the ISOs uploaded to Mega and the links in your pm? I've moved on to Blu-ray projects.
Damn nice! Here's hoping you'll be putting these both on BD50s. How about a custom BD50 Extended Edition of ALIEN with 1979 cinematic color timing? Don't forget subtitles either!
Does your BD50 of Police Story have the original Cantonese cinematic audio track? I'm also interested in HARD BOILED and if you ever get around to it, THE KILLER.
How about Heart of Dragon, Who Am I? (120m version), and Crime Story?
It's in the "project drawer" along with (too) many others; I must finish to re-encode few projects, but it's still in the top list and, as it's almost finished, I hope to release it ASAP...
Alright. I have a BD25 ready.
So, the butler did it?
I've been playing lots of Stronghold HD, BORDERLANDS 2, Retro City Rampage, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Trilogy and many other games. Oh yeah, DARK SOULS & ALAN WAKE.
ALAN WAKE PC > XBOX 360.
Lil Brutto said:
The PMs are slowly trickling in. The estimated shipping cost is $300. We also need to cover the cost of HDD storage. How much storage required depends on the format we use for the digital scan. poita, what do you suggest?
3TB Western Digital HDD yo. Or more cause they're dirt cheap.
also know as the rat. Godspeed Eli. 98 is a good run.
RIP and 110% agreed with you.
The Professional = the completely shite 110m version and LEON = the vastly superior 133m/136m Version Integrale Cut.
I don't want this. I'd rather have a 4K remaster approved by Luc Besson for Blu-ray which only contains the 133m cut on its own disc (with isolated DTS-HD MA score) and with the inferior 110m shit release with extras on its own disc. BOTH BD50.
Will you be continuing work on Minority Report regrading?
Hey Andrea, will you be making your custom Blu-ray a BD50? Would make sense since it's nearly a three hour movie. I also agree the middle choice for the project looks best. Would be nice if the Blu-ray you're working on has a LPCM track.
What users mistakenly call "noise" is film grain in the 4K MGM blu-ray transfer. Learn the difference.
So, would anyone happen to have a 35mm print of this film? Damn annoying when people are basing this release on how the rest of the VHS, DVD, & the prior Blu-ray releases. At least it isn't as getting as royally angered over regarding another particular trilogy I won't mention.
Andrea would be the best person to handle some color retiming if necessary, but for me, I'd rather have a LPCM 1.0 English track derived from a Laserdisc. Are there any new features regarding the remaster?
The 4K Blu-ray release appears perfect to me in regards to its heavily film-like appearance. Yes, including to how it looks. Especially being it's a Spaghetti Western.
I'm finished with this thread.
It looks absolutely fantastic to me, especially looking at the comparisons from caps-a-holic. Unlike The Great Escape, it doesn't need to be regraded. I'd rather have MGM do 4K transfers for all Sergio Leone films they distribute. Paramount did an excellent job for the Blu-ray release of Once Upon a Time in the West. Outdated transfers ought to die. If it's damn close representation of the answer print as Leone intended, I'll be buying this anyway.
The Blu-rays barely released by Sony have dubtitles. Anyone know of a website where I could download 1080p Japanese to English accurate subtitles? For use with ArcSoft Total Media Theatre 6.
But Supernova isn't as good of a movie as No Escape. OH WELL! :P
Any updates Andrea? I used to have this on VHS back in the 1990's.
Sounds great to me, Andrea! BD50 would be better especially for the length of the film and maximizing bitrate. DTS-ES 6.1 track would be a stellar idea too, since I do quite agree with bigrob.
I'd have it as Disc Three with the 2-Disc Sapphire Series Blu-ray release (Remastered film disc here.)
EDIT: How about having a hidden audio track (accessed via remote or summat), one in Japanese?
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