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#1128625
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Letterbox to Anamorphic?
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mikeb960 said:

Hi all, I wanted to ask if anyone has ever restored a film from letterbox to anamorphic in DVD format? Some studios release dvds in letterbox format to quickly release the dvds in retail. Now that majority of everyone has a 16x9 television, letterbox makes the image really small on a screen. Two movies I know of in particular have been restored to anamorphic but on blu-ray only. “Barry Lyndon” and “Lolita”. If there’s a way to put it onto a dvd5 or dvd9 I’d like to know if possible. Thanks in advance!

If you don’t want to burn you can just buy a Xbox 360 you can go into dvd settings someone made a tutorial on how to https://youtu.be/LtbsSvyl2bY

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#1128624
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STAR WARS: EP VI -RETURN OF THE JEDI &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - <strong>NOW IN PRODUCTION</strong>
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Valheru_84 said:

HerekittykittyX said:
People never point this out during the fight Luke hits Vader’s lightsaber not the blade the hilt so Vader lightsaber should be cut in half so when Luke hits vaders light saber cut off half of it using photo shop and shift Vader hand up that would be a cool effect

I think I did see that mentioned somewhere in here much earlier in the thread. It just needs to be fixed though so he hits the blade instead or it’s not noticeable that he accidentally hits the hilt, not change the story itself 😉

.Val

I know it’s not a story change just a cool Cosmetic change and it could be symbolism for how broken of a man vader is

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#1128342
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Disney to buy 20th (21st) Century Fox?
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SilverWook said:

YodaFan67 said:

Going to be honest–
Besides X-men, what popular movies/ franchises does 20th century own? This is actually a serious question. I have no clue.

Off the top of my head…

The Day The Earth Stood Still

A good chunk of Marylin Monroe’s body of work.

Alien and the Predator films.

The Die Hard movies.

Planet Of The Apes original films, tv series and reboot.

M.A.S.H tv series and film.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

The 1960’s Batman tv series and feature film.

Every Irwin Allen 1960’s SF/fantasy tv show. Lost In Space, Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea, Land Of The Giants Also his biggest and best disaster flicks such as the original *The Poseidon Adventure.

And a back catalog of old movies and tv shows as impressive as MGM or Warner.

Something I don’t think any of us have pondered before. Who owns the Holiday Special? Fox or Lucasfilm?

X-men
Deadpool
Kingsmen
The god awful chipmunk movies
Fantastic 4
Star Wars (1977)
That is all I can think of off the top of my head because you mention the ones I would mention
And yes Disney owns the holiday special because abc produced it

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#1128323
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Leave a private topic
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dahmage said:
It should be an option for a participant in a private topic, to leave the private topic.

Thank you I think it should be a option if it gets really weird there should be an option to leave

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#1128316
Topic
STAR WARS: EP VI -RETURN OF THE JEDI &quot;REVISITED EDITION&quot;<strong>ADYWAN</strong> - <strong>NOW IN PRODUCTION</strong>
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Here is a Suggestion for adywan

People never point this out during the fight Luke hits Vader’s lightsaber not the blade the hilt so Vader lightsaber should be cut in half so when Luke hits vaders light saber cut off half of it using photo shop and shift Vader hand up that would be a cool effect

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#1127612
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Theatrical blu rays
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Marcopolo said:

Does anyone know if there is theatrical cuts of the trilogy on blu ray. Either to download or buy ?

Disney if they buy fox Kathleen Kennedy will have no choice but to release it

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#1127611
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iso star wars tv recordings
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chyron8472 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

chyron8472 said:

I think it would be helpful if someone could explain what the different home video releases actually are and their differences. I don’t personally have that information though.

In the 1997 version it’s the one with the really bad Jaba the hutt it was the one released in theaters It adds Jedi rocks and Luke screaming as Luke drops off of the pole at the end of empire strikes back If you want that version look up harmys Respecialized

2004 version with Hayden Christian at the end of return of the Jedi and the really bad color correction and it adds Naboo to the end of return of the Jedi it adds the Ian mcdermand as the emperor in empire strikes back

2011 version it adds the r2d2 rock it adds Vader screaming no at the end of return of the Jedi it adds the really bad obi wan scream

That is the very brief version of the major changes

Yes, but there are more versions with changes than just these. Some are more subtle.

That is why I said most of the major changes

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#1127469
Topic
iso star wars tv recordings
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chyron8472 said:

I think it would be helpful if someone could explain what the different home video releases actually are and their differences. I don’t personally have that information though.

In the 1997 version it’s the one with the really bad Jaba the hutt it was the one released in theaters It adds Jedi rocks and Luke screaming as Luke drops off of the pole at the end of empire strikes back If you want that version look up harmys Respecialized

2004 version with Hayden Christian at the end of return of the Jedi and the really bad color correction and it adds Naboo to the end of return of the Jedi it adds the Ian mcdermand as the emperor in empire strikes back

2011 version it adds the r2d2 rock it adds Vader screaming no at the end of return of the Jedi it adds the really bad obi wan scream

That is the very brief version of the major changes

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#1127193
Topic
Star Wars: A 3-in-1 fanedit of the Star Wars Trilogy (With only one Death Star)
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SparkySywer said:

Alderaan explosion, some of the Battle of Yavin (but not a lot of it), the Sandcrawler, the Millennium Falcon taking off, Vader’s lightsaber correction, the Millennium Falcon being tracked by that dude, [the new Yavin Base shot](https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/starwars/images/9/9d/Yavin_4_Temple.png/revision/latest?cb=20121227220518, and one of the new Cloud City shots are all shots I just prefer.

It’s really a question of whether I should completely faithfully stick to the intent of the fanedit or if I should fix some nitpicks I have with the OT.

I guess I could have two versions, a purist version and a nitpicky version.


Also, how long is too long? At what point is it short enough to release?

Do the cloud city changes but for color correction use harmys version for the battle of Yavin use the special edition definitely use the falcon blasting off of Mos Eisley special edition but beside that I can’t think of any good changes

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#1126903
Topic
NJVC Custom Bluray Set of Harmy’s Despecialized Editions now available on Mega
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towne32 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

Update after lots of hours of research Xbox one do allow burned blu-rays https://www.vg247.com/2016/11/04/blu-ray-bd-r-and-bd-re-discs-now-work-on-both-xbox-one-and-xbox-one-s/

Thanks. Guess that happened quite a while back now.

Also, I made the mistake of looking at the comment section.

boxmonkey99 said:

Does anyone know how to get their BD-50s to play on PS4s? Whenever I put my disc in the PS4, it says Unrecognized Disc. Do you guys think it is because the videos are in .m2ts file formats?

If it’s a disc that works in another blu-ray player, it probably means your PS4 has a pickier laser than the other player. I’ve only used Verbatim discs and never had an issue. But lesser quality ones might have problems. My PS4 reads discs burned using the BD50 iso files.

m2ts files are part of the blu-ray video format.

Do you know if the Xbox one can read ISO files burned onto a Blu-ray Disc

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#1126860
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Worst User Names
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My name makes no sense I had it as my internet name for years so I sticked to it

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#1126781
Topic
NJVC Custom Bluray Set of Harmy’s Despecialized Editions now available on Mega
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solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

Update after lots of hours of research Xbox one do allow burned blu-rays https://www.vg247.com/2016/11/04/blu-ray-bd-r-and-bd-re-discs-now-work-on-both-xbox-one-and-xbox-one-s/

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