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Post #1298764

Author
PrueFever
Parent topic
The Little Mermaid (1989) - 35 mm (Released)
Link to post in topic
https://originaltrilogy.com/post/id/1298764/action/topic#1298764
Date created
27-Sep-2019, 5:25 PM

Hello all 😃

I run a Disney Spot called Walt Disney Characters @ Fanpop.com and I have a made a Forum Topic about the different releases for The Little Mermaid. You can see it here:

http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/walt-disney-characters/forum/post/228686/title/walt-disney-comparisons-little-mermaid-walt-disney-classics-vhs-vs-laserdisc-vs-limited-issue-dvd-vs-platinum-edition-dvd-vs-diamond-edition-blu-ray-vs-signature-collection-blu-ray

I have a new Blu-Ray for the 1990 VHS from the UK that has much more color than the faded danish one I have provided screencaps from now. I also have the 1998 VHS on Blu-Ray and in a few days I’ll have the 1998 Laserdisc on Blu-Ray as well. So I’ll redo everything in the forum with new screencaps. (I have 8 maps on my computer, one for every release):

1990 VHS
1990 Laserdisc
1998 VHS
1998 Laserdisc
1999 Limited Issue DVD
2006 Platinum Edition DVD
2013 Diamond Edition Blu-Ray
2019 Signature Edition Blu-Ray

Sadly, I can’t take any screencaps from my 4K version yet, as my computer don’t have a 4K Blu-Ray drive. (Yet)

But I was wondering if I could buy a version of this 35-mm Print on a Blu-Ray Disc so I can add it to my comparison forum? 😃

I use a program called Pavtube ByteCopy to take screencaps with. Before that, I used Xilisoft Blu-ray Ripper, but I discovered that when I take screencaps from that, they are more brighter than Pavtube.