I know, right? I don’t think there’s any better than the R1s for that right now, is there? (Since that series was kind-of a dud, although wasn’t it Michie Tomizawa’s first major role?)
I’ll upload the assets.
Mospeada has a BD release in Japan, if that helps any.
This is a civil matter, it’s not in the police’s purvey…
OK, say my image sequence is ESB-R1-S00500-0001.dpx - ESB-R1-S00500-0128.dpx - what exactly will the line in the script read?
I don’t know if you can use that for DPX O_o, I’ve never seen a way to use DPX in AVS…
I guess it would involve something about “ESB-R1-S00500-%04d”?
What about doing RotJ with the Times New Roman logo?
I mean this one.
ANH and ESB, for authenticity, would have the slanted 0. RotJ would correctly have the stumpy, straight 0. Also didn’t Williams rerecord the fanfare for RotJ?
Same, except I’ve never seen ESB in cinema.
Sure are a lot of Russian prints that show up on eBay lately, aren’t there? O_o
Some private trackers, if they ban a user who got in through an invite, they will ALSO ban the user who invited that person (meaning the inviter is responsible for what the invitee does). Not sure if Blutopia is one of those, but I used to be a member of such a tracker.
Blutopia, wasn’t it?
Basically, the only ones who can legally distribute anything Star Wars are Fox (ANH) and Disney (everything else), without something in writing from the appropriate party saying otherwise.
For most of us morality isn’t tied directly to legality so we don’t care about non-profit redistribution of what the rightsholders don’t want to be bothered redistributing - and they might even look the other way - but they don’t really have to. We’re fortunate that they have done so so far.
Yep, already been posted.
I used to offer copies of fansub tapes I had. I charged, literally, what it cost me to buy the blanks and send them out (and I was open about those costs), and that was it. If there was any markup it was a rounding error, to the value of a few cents at most.
A friend of mine always quotes the edited versions (especially “when this baby hits 88 mph you’re gonna see some serious stuff”).
Oh, certainly. This is the same-old-same-old as back in the days of fansubs on VHS. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose…
They use it as if it were one, at least. Not sure it’d hold up if challenged, though.
1.75:1. I guess that makes sense, given that that’s what Disney had been doing for some time by then.
Well, that I do believe I have - and have done it more than once.
Well, the audio is probably fixable, in the same way as the laserdisc audio, unless they raw-over-dubbed it with the DVD or BD…
The only nonpublic tracker I have an account on’s the Spleen, but this is something I’d be digging, especially if it CUTS OFF MY EAR…
The novelization, at least.
I didn’t say there was no point to scanning a 35 of those movies, I said there was no point to scanning a 35 at 4K.
I don’t think there’d be a point to 4K for anything past Little Mermaid (I think the CAPS films were rendered at 2K) but even 2048x1234, which should be close to the native resolution, should be an improvement, since it’d be the original theatrical versions, unlike the official releases.
Yikes. And I complain at 36C.