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#1426999
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Toy Story 2020 Theatrical "$5 Fan Favorites" Re-Release Recreation (a Work In Progress)
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I think saying “print” is wrong in this day and age. I mean, unless you have evidence otherwise, any modern showing of Toy Story or any other film is highly likely a DCP (Digital Cinema Package). And another thing, you say print in a way that implies that every theater chain gets its own unique version. And lastly, please update the first post to remove the mention of 60 fps.

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#1425003
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Toy Story 2020 Theatrical "$5 Fan Favorites" Re-Release Recreation (a Work In Progress)
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IncrediStudios said:

https://youtu.be/aZ_SHcWylnU?t=108

here is a video that i made back in November that should give us footage of the regal unlimited Dr X-Plor advent and the proof that it being in 24 fps. video was recorded in 30 fps

Alright, where is the proof that Toy Story has been shown in 60 fps?

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#1422604
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RUNAWAY BRAIN - 35mm 4K Restoration (WIP)
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leogarcia said:

WaltWiz1901 said:

Nice work so far (although it would look even better color-corrected)!

Assuming the audio track on that print is 5.1 (or Dolby Stereo Digital, as it was billed back then), do you plan to capture it that way?

I’m a complete newbie when it comes to audio, but I think the audio on the print is stereo.
However, the DVD release of this short includes a 5.1 track, so I’m planning to mux that into the final! I’ll also include the print’s original track for completeness’ sake.

There is a way to know for sure.
Print audio
If your print has a grey area between the sprocket holes labelled with the Dolby Double-D logo in the middle like the picture above, then that means that the print has a Dolby Surround track.

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#1403792
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Info Wanted: Sequel Trilogy home media releases, special features list.
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https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Star-Wars-Episode-VII-The-Force-Awakens-Blu-ray/141431/#Review
https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Star-Wars-Episode-VIII-The-Last-Jedi-Blu-ray/130303/#Review
https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Star-Wars-Episode-IX-The-Rise-of-Skywalker-Blu-ray/255606/#Review
https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Rogue-One-A-Star-Wars-Story-Blu-ray/139135/#Review
https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Solo-A-Star-Wars-Story-Blu-ray/206825/#Review

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#1372338
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The Real Ghostbusters - The Complete Series in HD [on hiatus]
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repn1999 said:

Can anyone provide me with a complete copy of the real ghostbusters series in 1080p?

I wish I can help you, but due to the current crisis, I haven’t been able to find motivation to continue this project. I want to finish what I started, but the way I see it, I can’t do it alone. Any help, both technical and financial would be much appreciated. What I mean by financial help is that I am considering buying Topaz Video Enhance AI to speed up the process, however the $199 price is too much for my wallet. But if nothing else comes up, I can resume work on this in 2021.

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#1364195
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Idea: PINGU DESPECIALIZED - Original Cuts Restored
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Gavinworld12 said:

I heard Pingu got 3 LaserDisc volumes in Japan.

According to the laserdisc database, there’s 6 volumes of Pingu only released in Japan.

https://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/56867/SRLW-1559/Pingu-Collection:-vol.1

https://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/20101/SRLW-1956/Pingu-Collection:-vol.2

https://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/52206/SRLW-1658/Pingu-Collection:-vol.3

https://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/52207/SRLW-1748/Pingu-Collection:-vol.4

https://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/51907/SRLD-1959/Pingu-Collection:-vol.5

https://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/51908/SRLD-1960/Pingu-Collection:-vol.6

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#1352925
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Info: Gigapixel AI vs infognition Super Resolution / What to use to upscale SD to HD or 4K
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Over on Blutopia, you can now enjoy the first season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in 4K with a 1080p release coming in the future. Personally, I’m waiting for the 1080p release as the 4K release apparently has some aspect ratio issues, so if anyone can share their thoughts on this upscale, I’d appreciate it.

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#1335793
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Info: Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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sampsoninc916 said:

They’re also complaining for one of the live action films (not animated), Splash, made by Touchstone Pictures, a Disney label, that they used questionable CG to censor Darryl Hannah’s rear end. Not to worry because the movie exists on archive.org here:

https://archive.org/details/Splash1984

Wait, what? Splash is on Disney+? Can someone confirm it?

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#1334717
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Info: Disney's The Little Mermaid 2006 VHS and other official "modern" VHS releases
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Not too long ago, I watched Yesterworld’s Youtube video about the history of Walt Disney Home Video and I was surprised to learn that Pixar’s Cars wasn’t the last Disney-related VHS release, but it was The Little Mermaid. I’m not saying we should preserve that tape (though personally, I wouldn’t mind if somebody did), but it got me thinking about official VHS releases that were sold in the mid to late 2000s and beyond, like Star Wars: Episode III. I’d like to know simply what other films or TV-shows were officially released on VHS after 2005/6 and no, on-flight films on VHS doesn’t count.

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#1334626
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Original Trilogy "Faces" LD Preservation & Upscale project (Released)
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riftamos said:

I’ve noticed in working on this project that the films as they appear on the disc are mathematically closer to 2.28:1 ratio. I’ve read that a number of films including the 97 LDs we actually 2.28 and not 2.35 when placed on disc.

To quote the LaserDisc Database:

lddb.com said:

For unknown reasons - and making a mockery of the THX LD programs so-called “standards” - the Special Edition transfers in this box set have incorrect aspect ratios. Star Wars is only 2.21:1, instead of the correct Panavision ratio of 2.39:1, while Empire and Jedi’s aspect ratios are both 2.28:1 - better than Star Wars, but still short of the original Panavision framing.