Version 3.2 has been released! Read through the thread to find where to get it!
Back during The Incredibles 2 theatrical run, certain scenes contained strong flashing lights. This decision ended up in people suffering from seizures while watching the movie. When the film was released on DVD and Blu-ray, the flashing lights were heavily toned down.
I sadly didn’t get a chance to see this in theaters, so I started recreating the flashing lights for the scenes so that I could see it how it was supposed to be seen, or as close as I can get. When I was about 80% done on the first version of this recreation, I stumbled onto the Star Wars 4K77 trailer and checked out the forums. I then decided to scrap what I had, switch to a 2k version sourced from an SDR 4k version, and get to work, so I could release it to the public so the theatrical version was available to see it in high definition. In early 2020, a new version from the 2018 Blu-ray was redone, being close to 100% theatrical accurate.
Information about Incredibles 2 theatrical release and why the changed it, provided by CatBus:
There was a warning displayed before the film when I saw it, but apparently, it was not in the film provided by the studio but was added afterward by the theatres. Even with the warning, late-arrivers could easily have missed it with very serious consequences. I think it’s surprising that a big-budget film even made it to screens looking like that at all. A film that could potentially injure a viewer, where all the lawyers on vacation that week or something?
More info on the re-edit here.
(Link if image doesn’t work: https://vimeo.com/434514605)
What’s new with version 3.2?:
This version was redone from scratch using the 2018 Blu-ray. All the lighting effects were redone, and more accurately sync’d to the theatrical version. I discovered that random bright flashes during the hypno-screens were in the original, so they have been added here. Though maybe not as frequent as the theatrical version. Also, a 10-second seizure warning has been added to the beginning of the film, something Pixar lacked on it’s initial release.
Once again, look for it on sharemania. Thank you for being patient! 😃
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