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Star Trek Deep Space Nine - NTSC DVD Restoration & 1080p HD Enhancement (Emissary Released)

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With this project I will try to provide the OT-community with an “HD-Upgrade” of the SciFi-Series Star Trek – Deep Space Nine (ST-DS9), which was only ever produced and released at SD-Quality/Resolution on DVD.

Notice: Please be advised that I do not encourage piracy or copyright infringements in any way. I do in fact own all the materials used in this project (DVDs, software, hardware and so on), having bought them and therefore acquired the rights to make copies for personal use. The distribution around this site is a little more of a grey area, but since I do not sell the files or won’t have any gain in a monetary sense from this project, that should be ok.

Still, I would like you to respect two ground rules when participating in the project or getting the files:

(1) Please make sure you at least own the DVDs of Star Trek – Deep Space Nine (or later on Voyager) before taking the files from this project
(2) Please do not share the files from this project on torrenting sites, for that would be very problematic as far as copyright issues are concerned – should I notice these files appearing somewhere around those corners, I will pull the plug on this project immediately

In conclusion: Please respect the work that I as well as the following OT-members (see acknowledgements) have put into this; also do not ruin it for others who might be interested in the project by just uploading them somewhere else.
BE FAIR AND BE KIND!

Acknowledgements
But before I get into further detail, I would like to give a few acknowledgements to fellow OT-members that encouraged me, helped with technical details/insights and showed an incredible amount of patience throughout this project, especially the early trial-and-error-stages.

Special thanks to: RwAoNrDdOsm, 4throck, StarkillerAG, pahuffman, Booshman, Artan42, Baobab Archiver, SilverWook, Jaded Skywalker and FrankB – without all of you this project would not have come forward the way it did and certainly wouldn’t have produced to level of quality we have now.
I’m in your debt.

Furthermore, there is another person/latest OT-member, who I want to mention with my highest regards: Joel Hruska. He did several articles on his own remastering project for DS9 over on extremetech.com, which were/are showcasing his amazing abilites.
After contacting Joel via E-Mail he kindly joined our community and brought my/our efforts forward with Warp Speed.
I bow to your brilliance, Sir.

Introduction – What you’ll need to “work it”
First and foremost, please be aware that this is a passion project in the truest sense – it is not for everyone, since it is time-intense and resource-consuming; perhaps you would even have to spent some cash on additional hardware to accommodate for certain work steps.

Now I am not saying this to put you off, in fact I’d be flattered if my work could be a sort of template for your own efforts. I just wanted you all to know what you’re signing up for going into this.

In short: You mainly need 5 things to make this happen.
First is a fast PC with a good graphics card, then comes a fast SSD/HDD with huge amounts of storage (we are talking well into the TB-range), furthermore there is the required software (some free, some paid-for) and of course the original Star Trek – Deep Space Nine and Voyager DVDs in both PAL and NTSC-format.
And last but not least you’ll need time … loads of it.
Oh yeah, occasionally you could really use a high frustration tolerance.

I made a little list and split it into hard- and software requirements, so you’ll know what to expect.

Let’s start with the Hard(ware) stuff:

  • A fast PC (My setup: A Gaming PC running on Windows 10 Pro x64, IntelCore i9-9900K CPU@ 3,60 GHz with 32 GB RAM and internal SDD; additional: I added a cooling stand with 4 coolers for more heat dissipation – my PC automatically regulates how strong/intense the coolers run, depending on CPU/GPU usage and temperature)
  • A good graphics card (My setup: GeForce RTX 2060 with latest CUDA-studio drivers)
  • External SSD/HDD drives (My setup: A WD-Black D10 Drive (external) with 12 TB storage and active cooling (data transfer up to 250 Mbits) → used for storing the upscaled images from Topaz Video Enhance AI; My setup 2: A Seagate Expansion Desktop Drive (external) with 8 TB (used for storing DVD-source files and elements like audio tracks, sub, chapters, …)
  • External DVD drives (My setup: I am actually using 2 different external DVD drives, to accommodate for the different DVD-Regions of the source discs, since changes can only be made 4 times and then your drive is stuck with the setting → NTSC=Region 1, PAL=Region 2)

Let’s continue with the software:

  • DVD-Shrink (freeware), which is for ripping/copying DVDs
  • Make mkv (freeware), which is for extracting DVDs to mkv.-files with chapters, subs, …
  • mkv toolnix (freeware), which is for extracting and merging elements like videostreams, audio tracks, chapters, subs
  • Subtitle Edit (freeware), which is for extracting the german subtitles from the make mkv-stream (PAL)
  • Subframerate (freeware), which is for adjusting the time-coding of the german subtitles so they match/sync up with the videostream adjustment to 23,976 FPS
  • meGui (freeware), which is for adjusting the audio tracks (length, pitch, format)
  • StaxRip (freeware), which is for filtering/cleaning up the source files (like Deinterlacing, Denoising, Sharpening, …) before the results are being used in AI-upscale software
  • Shotcut (freeware), which is in case you need to cut/adjust the audio tracks to manually sync up while preserving original channels
  • Topaz Video Enhance AI (paid-for, 200 bucks once), which is for AI-enhancement and upscaling
  • Adobe Premiere Pro (paid-for, about 20 bucks monthly depending on software), which is for putting back AI-enhanced images into a video stream

So, now you know what’s ahead. Good luck.
And now it’s time to really get “in-depth” with things.

Specifics
Since my complete workflow would have been to long to post, I did a complete guide and uploaded the document over on my google drive; you can access/download it through this link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/12E8hLHJYm58CkKPnCvhXBIUbvpZ8vbHs/view?usp=sharing

So, enjoy and hopefully have fun re-viewing/watching.
Also: Stay tuned for updates; after DS9 is done I will be doing Voyager as well.

The current release schedule is one episode per week, hopefully. And while I can’t promise anything, that’s the goal I am working towards.

So let’s all dive into one of the greatest chapters of SciFi once again – this time with “proper” quality!

Live long and prosper,
Animaxx

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Your project looks great. I just got through with DS9 in it’s entirety for the first time, never watched it all in order before, without missing any episodes. It was a great watch but a bit of a come down quality wise after watching the remasters of TNG. I’d be interested in seeing more and hearing about your process. I wish I could say you don’t need to bother, but since it looks like there is no priority for a DS9 remaster, you might be the only option for the foreseeable. It’s a shame that blurays of DS9 and Voyager aren’t in the works, the footage in "What You Leave Behind“ looked great.

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I was messing around with upscaling that exact episode to 4K, and produced some really good results. If you PM me I can show what I did and explain how I did it and get you in contact with some other people who are working on the same thing.

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This looks really good. It’s always going to make me sad that the best Star Trek series isn’t going to ever get a HD remaster like TOS and TNG did because all the CGI would need rebuilding. Fan made upscales are about all we can hope for.

I’d be interested to see how your process works on large battle scenes like ‘Sacrifice of Angels’.

Google Drive should be an okay place to host them, it seems to be where a lot of fanedit stuff goes.

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First of, thanks for the replies.

I know what you mean Booshman - when I saw the Doc “What You Leave Behind” I was blown away. Only goes to show what is possible and how many people would love to see it happening. The moment I saw it I thought “I would bet my life on there being enough fans who would be willing to contribute with crowdfunding and so on to make that happen”.
But then again, it is difficult with the rights and all.

When it comes to quality, I also understand why people are so “difficult to impress”. You see I am pretty much a SciFi Nerd/Geek who grew up in the 90s and lived with handrecorded VHS tapes, so I am grateful for every bit of improvement, I certainly do not expect fans to deliver HD Studio Remasters, since you can’t put out more than there is to begin with. But with AI it has actually become affordable and delivers good results (depending on the original material).

When it comes to my encodes, I usually do everything lossless until the final encode, when it is compressed for the purpose of saving space (my private collection has a crf factor of 10, which would produce the pilot at about 10 GB at 1080p, so I am looking into doing the compression more effectively without loosing to much improved/perceived quality, for I think it shouldn’t be in excess of over 5GB for a double 90 minute episode and about 2,5 GB for a standard 45 minute episode).

To RwAoNrDdOsM: I’ve send you a pm / opened a private topic and would be glad to hear from you. Since I haven’t tried 4K yet for I thought that would be “overdoing it”, I’m really curious if you can change my mind on that. I would have to option to do it, although it would probably consume more time.

To Artan42: I can’t wait for that either to be honest. But I wanted to do the episodes in order, for seasons 6 and 7 of DS9 had better source material - I remember reading somewhere that the producers switched to digital video recording with those seasons, which is the reason why seasons 1-3 look sometimes “worse” than 4-5 and finally 6-7.
So I wanted to see how much can be done by beginning with “the bad”, so I can deliver realistic results; otherwise people would have probably been disappointed when I would have posted quality shots of Seasons 6 and 7 (yes, I know the clips that are out there, especially Sacrifice of Angels, and god, they do look amazing!) and then went back to the beginning and people would have been like “what, did you break your disc, that looks crappy” when watching the first episodes.

One final note: I always test my encodes with 4 different viewing options, so I can get realistic feedback.

    1. Watching it on my “old” laptop (Standard Display with 1080p Resolution)
    1. Watching it on my “new” laptop (4K Resolution with HD-Display)
    1. Watching it on my parents TV (1080p capable Plasma-Display)
    1. Watching it on my personal TV (4K Display with Upscale Option on 1080p content)

The final step is watching with my mom (who first made me fall in love with Star Trek and SciFi in general) the old dvd and my improved version to get some feedback on what she thinks.

By the way: I think the rest of my family is about to kill me soon, since they know they will now have to watch Star Trek for at least 7 seasons of DS9 and possibly later on Voyager. So, when you don’t hear anything from me, you know what happened 😉

I also had a crazy thought for the future (yes, I am crazy enough to plan that far ahead): Anyone remember Earth: Final Conflict? It was also a Roddenberry show I loved and I recently bought the NTSC DVDs of those as well - just thinking out loud here …

Last thing: I did consider goole drive, but I have heared it is difficult considering copyright and stuff … so how save would it be? Would mega be an alternative? I have seen some people around here using it.

So, that’s it for now. Sorry for the long post.

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Thanks to some excellent suggestions by member RwAoNrDdOsM I might be able to improve the quality even further a bit.

So over the course of this weekend I will do a workover on the pilot episode and - once finished - will provide anyone who is interested (please PM me) with the episode in 4K or 1080p.
It will probably be available through google drive.

Since I am not exactly sure how long the workover will take, I will keep you guys updated as soon as it is availabe/ready. Check the postings here.

Until then.

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Hello Guys.

No, sorry, I haven’t finished the workover on the episode, but I would like to provide you with another update:

In my original post at the beginning of this topic I put up some images on Imgur to show the differences between the original NTSC DVD Version and my Enhanced Version - unfortunately imgur created some weird artefacts, especially on the HD Images.

Now I have switched to google drive and would like to provide you with the images again, but this time in the proper quality.
Please note that the links below are just for preview purposes, all other links will be provided by pm only!

Here the link for the original images in SD-Quality (NTSC DVD): https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1XhVUepnMETb6o376btvvh8c8Kxjoi8kT?usp=sharing

And here the link for the enhanced images in HD-Quality (after my restoration): https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PLH3LfxDw58wwh7bAmcQ5KqCQSBOG8Tg?usp=sharing

Just so you see there is actual improvement and I’m not just making stuff up.

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I recommend downloading them and watching them side-by-side on your device for a detailed comparison, then the improvements become more clear.

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And there is one more thing I would like to ask of you guys, if I may:

I realize of course that there is demand out there for improved version of both DS9 and Voyager and that some people would do anything to get them.
And since this is purely a fan project I would love for everyone who is interested to get there hands on it, but I would prefer to keep this project as well as all related files within this community or accessible to all those who pm me around here.

Once you have downloaded the files you can use them / watch them for your own personal pleasure and / or share them with others if you like - although it would be nice to know that all of you who download at least own a dvd copy of the series (in this case DS9) so there would be less concern with spreading copies of things you don’t actually own if you all know what I mean.

And finally: Since I trust the members of this community I respectfully ask you to not post / upload files from the project to any public torrent sites or distribution platforms (such as YouTube or Vimeo).
I don’t know if any of you followed the problems fan projects (even those without any financial concerns) faced lately, but I don’t want to get into any sort of trouble since torrenting without VPN can be tricky and since public tracker / sites are sometimes badly moderated but at the same time watched by copyright hunters.
Perhaps the project “Star Trek Axanar” rings some bells around here, it was a damn disgrace what they did to those people who merely wanted to bring a new chapter to Trek.
So, if I should get knowledge about these files popping up on those sites I will abort the project.

It may seem harsh, but I don’t need that kind of trouble. All I want is to make fans happy by sharing this project in a way that is as responsible as it possibly can be. I hope you guys understand.

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Hey guys, small update here: Currently upscaling the pilot episode to 4K resolution, should be done by sunday evening.

Afterwards the filter work will be applied, but it could take a little longer, since I now have two outputs (4K and 1080p from 4K-downscale for file-size purpose). I know, it adds more time, but I think it will be better quality-wise when filters and compression will be apllied to 4K first and then downscaled.

I still hope to be done this weekend, but it could take til monday. I’ll keep you updated.

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Animaxx said:

Perhaps the project “Star Trek Axanar” rings some bells around here, it was a damn disgrace what they did to those people who merely wanted to bring a new chapter to Trek.

Axanar was shut down for using the Star Trek brand to sell extra material, branded items and so on, which they had no right to do. Star Trek Continues was allowed to continue with CBS’ blessing because they never sold an IP they didn’t own.
They also never even had a working script, lied to donators about how much they actually had filmed (the material for the documentary teaser), and funnelled the donated funds into the main guy’s personal studio.

Your concern is valid but Axanar is a terrible example to use as they effectively shut themselves down due to all the fraud.

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@Artan42: True, sorry for the bad example. I just meant I wanted to avoid legal troubles. Depending on the country you’re in it can be tricky. Even if there is no money involved.

But I’m glad you guys understand my concerns. A friend of mine told me that someone he knew had a blog and wrote about restoring old music from LPs - the blog was taken down for “possible copyright violations”, although he never once posted any content … so he got blocked just for talking about it with others.

Sometimes I think if companies all around the world would be less interested in pursuing people/fans who just want to restore old material (music, films etc.) and instead inviting them to co-ventures (perhaps if studios would outsource basic work that could possibly done by fans) the work would not only procede more quickly but perhaps even less expensive, considering deals could be done like “ok, you help us bring the content back to life and as reward you’ll get it for free”.

Just a thought in the dark. I mean the fandom out there is pretty dedicated, I remember watching documentaries about music and films where original producers would almost every time say something like "the fans would be delighted to help, creatively / work-related and/or financially … the possibilities are infinite.

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Great project!
I’ve got some crudely converted Voyager episodes on my PC, which I got from my UK DVDs - I slowed them down to 23.976fps and deinterlaced using Avisynth filters. Seems to play back better than the DVDs did, and corrects the pitch at the same time.

The only question I have is, whether there would be any benefit in looking for alternative sources? I’m not sure if it is now, but I know some UK channels were broadcasting the show in 1080i50. Obviously it’s an upscale, but might be a cleaner image to work from than the DVD… If you’re interested I’ll check to see if there are any broadcasting at the moment.

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Would Laserdiscs be of any benefit here? Although sadly they only got up to the middle of season 3 by the time new releases began to dry up in 1999.

The digital broadcast subchannel Heroes & Icons shows DS9 six nights a week in the U.S, but there’s a pesky bug logo in the corner and commercial breaks where there were none originally.

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Baobab Archiver said:

Great project!
I’ve got some crudely converted Voyager episodes on my PC, which I got from my UK DVDs - I slowed them down to 23.976fps and deinterlaced using Avisynth filters. Seems to play back better than the DVDs did, and corrects the pitch at the same time.

The only question I have is, whether there would be any benefit in looking for alternative sources? I’m not sure if it is now, but I know some UK channels were broadcasting the show in 1080i50. Obviously it’s an upscale, but might be a cleaner image to work from than the DVD… If you’re interested I’ll check to see if there are any broadcasting at the moment.

That’s an interesting idea. If you should happen to have some hd broadcast files I would be happy to have an option to take a look at them.
I guess it all depends on the source they used and how they upscaled.

I came across some HD-upscales of Stargate lately on SyFy; unfortunately they were poorly done: They seemed to have run them through an automated algorithm based on the PAL-Versions they had - so when watching them you could spot interlacing / combing issues and the pitch was wrong, additionally they were over-smoothing the image, probably hoping to reduce noise without paying much attention to the loss of details.

But again, it would be interesting to see if you happen to have the hd broadcasts. The german HD-broadcasts of Voyager I have seen suffer from the same problems I noticed on stargate, at least the ones i know.

And while we’re talking about the matter of DVDs: I have had the same problem with DS9 and Voyager when playing the episodes from the discs - I guess it has to do with the players / TVs (or the way the software on the devices) ability / inability to handle VFR, then again it could also be an issue of the production company adjusting the Framerates to conform the country-standards in the old days (like NTSC mastering to PAL for distribution in Europe). When I started to deinterlace and adjusting to a CFR of 23,976 to more closely conform to live action scenes and later added some filters to smoothen out the cgi, the motion stutter (which was almost always present during DVD playback and very noticeable with space scenes) was at least reduced and more watchable.

I think it is a great example of technology developing in the final consumer segment, so that there is software available to make adjustments by hand / at home. Now if they would only provide us with a software that could do it all at once … how great would that be?

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SilverWook said:

Would Laserdiscs be of any benefit here? Although sadly they only got up to the middle of season 3 by the time new releases began to dry up in 1999.

The digital broadcast subchannel Heroes & Icons shows DS9 six nights a week in the U.S, but there’s a pesky bug logo in the corner and commercial breaks where there were none originally.

I have read about laserdiscs of DS9 but never actually seen an episode via that medium, so I can’t really judge the quality on that. Do you happen to know someone who owns them or could transfer them to files?

Yes, the logo issue is terrible. I have seen programs that remove them, but there is always a little bit of blur left, which I personally find distracting. And the commercial breaks add headaches when trying to sync the audio.

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I’ll certianly have a check for you and report back. I have means of capturing an HD broadcast, but not a direct capture, so it would lose some quality. However for the purpose of getting a basic idea if it’s worth exploring I could get a capture if it’s still being broadcast.
There are most likely other forum members who could do a direct capture of the broadcast stream with the right setup.
I’ll report back once I’ve looked into it tomorrow.

EDIT TO ADD: You will almost definitely have audio sync issues with ad breaks here too. Question is whether the source is superior and if so, sufficiently superior to make the extra effort worthwhile 😃

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And as far as hdtv broadcasts go: I have noticed a disturbing trend towards “chopping episodes”.

In the past, it was mostly related to the opening and/or end credits, which was ok I guess. But in the last years or so when I stumbled across an episode and thought “I could watch that again” … I don’t know what they are thinking!
They are editing out lines of dialogue, sometimes complete scenes where there really is no need (no offensive language, nudity or violence).
A few days ago I found Voyagers “Year of Hell” and it had several minutes missing and it whoever edited it did such a clumsy job, even someone who didn’t knew the episode would have noticed that some sentences certainly didn’t end where they did.
But just an hour later I saw some show that depicted a guy who got shot with blood splattering and some boobage … I guess that’s ok then ???

So I have become a bit distrustful of tv broadcasts …

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Baobab Archiver said:

I’ll certianly have a check for you and report back. I have means of capturing an HD broadcast, but not a direct capture, so it would lose some quality. However for the purpose of getting a basic idea if it’s worth exploring I could get a capture if it’s still being broadcast.
There are most likely other forum members who could do a direct capture of the broadcast stream with the right setup.
I’ll report back once I’ve looked into it tomorrow.

EDIT TO ADD: You will almost definitely have audio sync issues with ad breaks here too. Question is whether the source is superior and if so, sufficiently superior to make the extra effort worthwhile 😃

Well said, if anyone would have a “superior source” (compared to the DVDs) I would be willing to put in the extra work. One of my favorite films was just recently broadcast via cable and a friend captured it for me - there I am even willing to overlook the logo in the upper right corner, for it has never been released other than VHS.
Sometimes it is worth it.

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Animaxx said:

And as far as hdtv broadcasts go: I have noticed a disturbing trend towards “chopping episodes”.

In the past, it was mostly related to the opening and/or end credits, which was ok I guess. But in the last years or so when I stumbled across an episode and thought “I could watch that again” … I don’t know what they are thinking!
They are editing out lines of dialogue, sometimes complete scenes where there really is no need (no offensive language, nudity or violence).
A few days ago I found Voyagers “Year of Hell” and it had several minutes missing and it whoever edited it did such a clumsy job, even someone who didn’t knew the episode would have noticed that some sentences certainly didn’t end where they did.
But just an hour later I saw some show that depicted a guy who got shot with blood splattering and some boobage … I guess that’s ok then ???

So I have become a bit distrustful of tv broadcasts …

I started watching the remastered TNG and Buffy on Sci-Fi when they started re-airing them here in England, however I picked up they basically cut things out at random episode by episode so I gave up and went back to my DVDs.
It’s not even consistent censorship, some episodes you can say ‘bastard’ and in other episodes, in the exact same context, they cut it.

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Artan42 said:

Animaxx said:

And as far as hdtv broadcasts go: I have noticed a disturbing trend towards “chopping episodes”.

In the past, it was mostly related to the opening and/or end credits, which was ok I guess. But in the last years or so when I stumbled across an episode and thought “I could watch that again” … I don’t know what they are thinking!
They are editing out lines of dialogue, sometimes complete scenes where there really is no need (no offensive language, nudity or violence).
A few days ago I found Voyagers “Year of Hell” and it had several minutes missing and it whoever edited it did such a clumsy job, even someone who didn’t knew the episode would have noticed that some sentences certainly didn’t end where they did.
But just an hour later I saw some show that depicted a guy who got shot with blood splattering and some boobage … I guess that’s ok then ???

So I have become a bit distrustful of tv broadcasts …

I started watching the remastered TNG and Buffy on Sci-Fi when they started re-airing them here in England, however I picked up they basically cut things out at random episode by episode so I gave up and went back to my DVDs.
It’s not even consistent censorship, some episodes you can say ‘bastard’ and in other episodes, in the exact same context, they cut it.

That’s exactly what’s bothering me about it - if it would at least follow certain rules that would appear logical (like language, violence, nudity). I mean I would get it if certain things would be consistently edited pre-watershed, but as you have said, it is really random and most of the time it doesn’t make any sense.
Also I don’t get why other content (for example a gay kiss) would be considered offensive (thinking about the kiss between Dax and a female trill in episode “Rejoined” of season 4), I mean seriously, it’s 2020, what the ****?
Same thing happened a lot with Torchwood … as if we have never seen two women or men kissing … it’s so sad.

I even read about a discussion that seems to have taken place within the upper ranks of a broadcasting company that is about to aquire the free-tv-rights for further Trek-Content (namely Discovery) and now poses the question “should we place Discovery into a late evening slot because of the gay stuff?”
And here I always thought SciFi (or in this case Star Trek) was about advancement in all areas (social and racial diversity was a key point with TOS in the 60’s as far as I remember)? Seems like we’ve taken a wrong turn somewhere
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By the way: My computer tells me it will take 6 more hours to finish the 4K AI upscale, then I will be able to do the filter work. Since it might take a bit longer, I will provide you guys with a preview clip in 4K and 1080p (perhaps the first two minutes of the pilot when the battle of wolf 359 is shown) - so you’ll at least know what to expect.

I’ll keep you updated 😃

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There’s an episode of DS9 on the SciFi HD channel here tomorrow, so I’ll record it to my PVR and see what it’s like. First thing I’ll check is channel logos. I’m hoping they’ll be in the vertical black bars…

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Baobab Archiver said:

There’s an episode of DS9 on the SciFi HD channel here tomorrow, so I’ll record it to my PVR and see what it’s like. First thing I’ll check is channel logos. I’m hoping they’ll be in the vertical black bars…

Great. Thank you for your work. Fingers crossed on the logo.

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Hello guys. Great news: I’ve just finished the 4K Preview (first 90 seconds of the pilot) in 4K.
The original post at the beginning has been updated accordingly.

Here the link for the Original SD-File from the NTSC-DVD (67,5 MB) so you can compare:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1nL19DeM87_kHtksh-XaGyQDPr_nX3F_K/view?usp=sharing

Here the link for the enhanced and upscaled 4K-File (106 MB):
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qQrcY66SVMnGMSrIB52MTuzMfV_-IRHH/view?usp=sharing

The 1080p-Version preview is still in the works but should be finished soon, I will also post it here and at the beginning of the topic.

Afterwards the work on the full episode will procede. For the full episode please pm me around the next two days, ok?