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As I said, I could be wrong. I’m not saying it won’t look better. I’m just questioning how much better it will look after you re-encode it to hardcode subs and upscale the HBO footage. If a 1080i straight rip of the HBO version surfaced, I’d happily replace the 720p copy I have. But that would be a direct rip from the source. Again, yours may look incredible and prove me wrong…and I’ll be happy to be wrong if that’s the case. 😃
Like I said, go do a cap comparison between the 720p and the 1080p. Stop speculating. You act like every single shot of both films has subtitles.
What are you blabbering about? Someone else can try to cap it in 1080i like I did but if their cable company re-encodes (like almost all do), it will look just like mine does
DFNYC, thanks for your efforts over the years and your attempt to capture this for us.
Maybe they did it using DVB-S?
I know nothing about DVB-S, unfortunately.
Like I said: these guys seem to be full of crap. Why would they be looking for a “proper” 1080i, considering their 720p had to be sourced from one.