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Mocata

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#1121338
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General Star Wars Random Thoughts Thread
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Okay so this may be a fake memory type of thing, but has Moff Jerjerrod ever said ‘we shall redouble our efforts’ ? I sometimes still think about this in that opening scene.

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#1120964
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4K restoration on Star Wars
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moviefreakedmind said:

DNR and motion smoothing was mostly a problem with older blu-rays, and not quite so much anymore.

Sure but copies do exist in some places, and they can be re-released in box sets. In some cases it’s hard to know what you’re getting. Motion smoothing is a more recent problem with TV sets I believe, it was in that Twitter campaign by James Gunn just a few months back.

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#1120732
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4K restoration on Star Wars
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Digital = new = better. DNR and motion smoothing cater to that mindset. While on the other side of the coin you have those who don’t even understand what Blu-ray means. So if anyone’s expecting the people that made the last few Star Wars home releases top sellers to care about the theatrical cuts being released, they’re probably kidding themselves.

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#1120396
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Ship identification help
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Yeah something like that. I would put the URL on the back personally but it’s your project dude.

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#1120316
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Ship identification help
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Nice idea. Make the numbers a bigger part of the design so it looks like one of those vague Last Exit shirts and you’ll have a winner.

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#1116959
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The Kenobi Movie
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DominicCobb said:

Mocata said:

The teaser for Rogue One was released in April 2016 little over a week after the TFA Blu-ray hit shelves. Why would they change? It makes great financial sense and keeps the fan base reeled in.

Han Solo’s release date is in May.

Fair enough. Is that the original date or has it been pushed back yet post Ron Howard?

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#1116877
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The Kenobi Movie
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The teaser for Rogue One was released in April 2016 little over a week after the TFA Blu-ray hit shelves. Why would they change? It makes great financial sense and keeps the fan base reeled in.

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#1116872
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General Star Wars Video Game Thoughts
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It depends if there’s an audience for it any more, people just want to shoot lasers and get points. Throw in a season pass, burn it out after a year and throw out a sequel. Can you imagine anyone bringing back the same controls for s-foils, firing configuration, missiles, shield power vs speed etc etc? Do flight sticks even exist today? It’s been a while I admit.

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