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kk650's Regraded Titanic (1997) IMAX V2 (blanket yellow tint removed from 3D blu-ray)


With the first Titanic IMAX regrade there were some that felt that the fleshtones were left feeling a little cold after all the blanket yellow tint is removed so with this Version 2 release, warmth has been added to the film, making the sunlight and fleshtones feel warmer and more natural. This V2 release is now up on Myspleen.

This is a regraded IMAX version of Titanic to mark the 20th Anniversary of this great film. I removed a strong blanket yellow tint that has been added to the whole film on the Titanic 3D blu-ray. The release is 22.8 GB and includes the DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track from the blu-ray.

Here are some screencap comparisons:

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With the holiday season coming up, I thought it would be a good idea to make some of my catalog releases available outside of Myspleen, so I’ve just uploaded a 4gb version of this Titanic IMAX V2 release to the same place as usual. All those interested in knowing where, send me a PM.


I just watched this movie in 3D at AMC last night with my wife. I must say your regrade of this looks a whole lot closer to what I watched last night than those Blu-ray screenshots do. Superb as always.


So I had a look at the trailer for the 2017 Dolby Vision rerelease ( and found that it has different colors to the 2012 release on the bluray. The colors seem to be a bit darker but with much less yellow. The seem a lot more natural to me.

Not only that but the trailer, while being an almost identical cut, is zoomed in by a small amount and while comparing using difference mode, many of the shots dont quite line up. This suggests the trailer was cut with a whole new master and not just a regrade of the current 2012 master.

I downloaded both the 2017 trailer and a trailer for the 2012 release from youtube and made this comparison image.

A future 4K HDR release should look pretty good with these colors, but that could be years away.