Shot 1: Has a red tint in the high levels
Shot 2: looks very washed out. No colouring in the face and mouth and the contrast levels seem way off
Shot 3: Doesn't look too bad but the reds are washed out and there does look to be some issues with the levels
Shot 4: has a green tint to it
Shot 5: Again has a red/ pink tint in the high level areas and looks too desaturated
Shot 6: Looks ok, maybe boost the saturation levels very slightly
Shot 7: looks pretty good :)
Shot 8: Gamma levels way to high. Dark areas are just a wash with noise
Shot 9: Not too bad but a little too washed out again and contrast levels need tweaking
Shot 9: Again has a pink tint and the blues are a little too shifted towards cyan
Shot 10: Too much blue has been removed. It's too monochromatic with a slight green shift.
Shot 11: Looks almost sepia, but i know just how bad some of these cockpit shots are with the colouring to begin with
What method are you using for the colour correction? One thing i found out about these movies is just how much the colour pallet changes from shot to shot. For instance just looks at the shot of 3PO in the command centre as it gets hit and the thing explodes behind him. The whole shot is green. Whoever did the colouring on the official transfers really must be colour blind. lol
To be honost and please do not take this the wrong way Ady,I expected you not to like any of it,which is fine,I will not do scene by scene like you do,to damn much work,it is very nice that you have the patience and time to dedicate to all this stuff but I do not,when it starts feeling like a job and not a hobby I am done with it,I no longer enjoy it,so with all the scenes differing in degrees of good and bad,I believe I might just not mess with it and leave it alone,flaws and all.
all I really wanted to do is take the blue tint out,but then it grew into more,and now it looks like it HAS to be a scene by scene or none at all.
plus there were some scenes that looked really,really bad,I did not post screens of them,but definitely NOT what I would want on my BD25.
@DVD-BOY do you have some screens of your color correcting?