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TylerDurden389

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#1062277
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Color matching and prediction: color correction tool v1.3 released!
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Will this work if I’m trying to take the color timing of a non-anamorphic dvd and make an anamorphic dvd match it’s color timing? Basically, I have a non-anamorphic dvd of Terminator 2 that has more neutral color timing (less blue) and I wanna use a better qualitty dvd source that has the same (or close to it) color timing.

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#1060140
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Audio Isolation Using Per-Sample (or near per sample) Mode Averaging
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I’m wondering if this will help me with my edit Of Terminator 2. I need to isolate and extract all the dialogue, as it’s the only original audio my edit will have. All other sounds are being rebuilt from the ground up. Gunshots, explosions, the T-1000’s noises, ambience, and of course, the score.

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#1056416
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The Terminator - Color Regrade
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Rollins, I’m not sure what you mean when you ask me if the shots look “off”. If you mean in relation to the 35mm images, it’s hard to say from those pics, as the frames are so small, lol.

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#1056070
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The Terminator - Color Regrade
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Oh I’m watching your thread as well, Rollins. I’ll definitely check it out when it’s finished, as I like how the overdone blue color makes it look more T2. Dark Jedi’s regrade is my go-to (kk650’s is about the same IMO), but weirdly enough, what you’re doing is how my memories of the film as a little boy play out in my head. Like for whatever reason, the color blue is what I think of for T1. Yet DJ and KK’s regrades are obviously much more neutral.

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#1056022
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The Terminator - Color Regrade
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Handman said:

Is it an original print or a later reissue?

It doesn’t say. I just figured if it’s a 35mm, then it has to be original. I don’t think there’s a re-issue for Terminator, but this is the first I’ve heard of the term, actually.

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#1055892
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The Terminator - Color Regrade
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The Terminator is gonna be playing in 35mm at a theater here in New York next month. I’ll take notes and get back to ya on the original color timing and audio 😉

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#1050352
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Blind Date (1987) 35mm print
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I LOVE this movie. Watched it all the time as kid since my mom had it on a tape with “Die Hard” on it. Used to 'double-feature" them all the time. A criminally under-rated 80’s movie (as well as one of the few romantic comedies I’ll actually watch), Phil Hartman AND Will Daniels steal the show every scene they’re in, and of course my favorite joke in the movie:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nad4jxx4xv0

Ok it’s not FROM the movie, but still a hilarious idea lol.

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#1043791
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Alien/Aliens Color Regrade
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Very nice work there. Hopefully I see this on 35mm at a theater someday and I can report back here with my notes. i saw Total Recall on 35mm at a theater last night and as I predicted, there was no teal color timing to speak of. That’s why I will not buy the current blu-ray.

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#1042514
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Batman (1989) A Dark Knight In Gotham City
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There was a fan edit someone made a while back to make the movie even more dated than it already was. I think they added in Madonna songs, Culture Club, Wham, etc… I never got around to seeing it and don’t know if it’s around anymore. As a huge 80’s nut, I regret not snatching it up when I had the chance.

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#1034498
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WORKPRINT - Master List
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Ugh. I wish I still had my old movie bootlegs that my dad’s friend used to get us when I was a kid. I always wondered why they had the clock in the bottom right corner and why some of the special effects weren’t finished. Then when I saw the movie for real I wondered why the lines wee spoken differently and the music was different to, lol.

Only example I’ll mention offhand was in Men In Black, when Will Smith gets the drop on the alien and points the gun at him when said alien opens the door. Instead of Will waiting for him, Will is out of breath, leaning against the doorframe, and has to cock his gun before forcing out a “What’s up?” very winded lol.

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#1034141
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OPEN MATTE - Master List
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Also wanna say thanks. As an 80’s baby who grew up on full-screen VHS, I’ve always loved the Open Matte presentation. Boom mics be damned lol.

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#1025965
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Superman I-III extended TV cuts: Where have the preservations gone?
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Booshman said:

I’ve made some progress on Superman 2. I have pan and scanned about 2 hours of the bluray to recreate the TV cut. Still need to do the last half hour. The whole thing is going to need colour correcting to match all of the different sources. I’ve used the opening and end credits from a HDTV rip since the whites are blown out on the bluray and they look bad. I’ve also done this for a few shots where detail is lost from the blow out, explosions and stuff like that. The VHS footage still needs to be upscaled and added in. I’m looking into how to do that in best quality.

You are the man. I can’t wait to see this.

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#1023328
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Superman I-III extended TV cuts: Where have the preservations gone?
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Boosh, don’t forget that Zod’s speech in the FOS ("Did you really think we’d give up our advatnage? No!!"etc…) in the RIC was a different line reading. It’s Stamp’s original voice in a higher pitch. In the theatrical, his voice is in a lower pitch, and he delivers the line in a bit more of a humorous tone. I prefer the RIC version.

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#1019246
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Superman I-III extended TV cuts: Where have the preservations gone?
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I’m about 20 minutes into this broadcast. Ugh, I forgot just how bad the “special” effects are in this thing. Say what you will about the cheap production under Lester’s direction, but at least those effects didn’t look like something done in AE by a 12 year old lol.

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#1019139
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Superman I-III extended TV cuts: Where have the preservations gone?
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A fan edit I made many years ago has the RIC/tv edit audio overlayed with the better quality video (muted) wherever possible. Not sure what Thau was thinking, but the line readings were simply better almost EVERY time in that version than the version released officially.

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