Finished a few more shots and adjusted the first couple
Finished a few more shots and adjusted the first couple
Using the 2011 Blu-Ray and the recently scanned “From Star Wars to Jedi” 16mm print (as well as whatever source Jamie Benning used in Star Wars Begins, a few VHS recordings I think), I’ve tried to recreate the Episode IV Jabba scene with the original actor Declan Mulholland before the CGI slug got shoved in there.
Obviously it’s still a work in progress and the colour isn’t all there and the seams are visable, but it’s miles above what we’ve had before I think. Ideally I’d like to use a scan of the 97SE since I like that version far more, but since it isn’t completed or released yet, the Blu-Ray will suffice.
What stormtrooper scene exactly? This is the first I’ve heard of it
A livestream of him editing in real time, must be thrilling stuff.
Derpston P Derp and Bobson Dugnutt are one in the same, both are me but just different aliases for my seperate online stuff. Feel free to PM me for whatever edit you’d like.
MovieJim is on Reddit under the name moviejim1 and can be PMed here if you want as well as being around here somewhere.
I don’t know if anyone cares still, but I found a full capture of BTTF 3 from 1993 with censored overdubs. If anyone wants it for whatever reason, feel free to PM me.
Censored lines comparison - https://youtu.be/w7W5qVY2Paw
May you point me to that ROTS project? Thanks!
Here’s a preview he made, regraded and regrained in 4k and it looks incredible.
How does this upscaling to 4K work exactly? I was curious when ROTS was done by another user, but I’m unaware of how the process works.
Looks excellent by the way
This sounds like a great project, I just wanted to add that the DVD version of season 1’s “Telltale Head” is cut by almost a minute compared to the broadcast version. It’s all in the final scene. I wanted to create at least a patchwork fix for myself, but the only copy I could find of the uncut footage was on Youtube, which was good for confirming the exact details of what is missing from the DVD, but such terrible quality that it could not be used. There are other small discrepancies here and there, such as the “Tourette’s Syndrome” joke, but I believe “Telltale Head” has the only significant omissions on any of the sets.
Funny enough I have this on VHS and did a quick rip of it
This project is dedicated to the late, great Kenny Baker, who had the courage to get through these films without having to use coke
Bold of you to assume a guy stuck in a tin can all day did so without some sort of drug
What was with that flickering shit?
I’ve got no clue what you’re talking about. There is no flickering present in the source file, output or uploaded video. What are you referring to?
I put the 4:3 shot back into 2.39:1 and coloured it slightly to match.
The quality is still a bit eh, but looks better
There is entertainment,
and then there is beating a dead horse.
me too thank
4K83 is now up on Mega with provided subtitles. Both the 4K and 1080p No-DNR versions are up and avalible for download. If you own Return of the Jedi in some shape or form, feel free to PM for the links.
I believe what Bendu is trying to say is the opening segment to the cantina musical bit which reuses some ANH footage and some deleted bits which I think are on the Blu-Ray
Whoa, she lost a shit
This whole thread is a mess and yet I have no desire for the mods to lock and stop this thread from continuing
I don’t know if it’s been suggested so far in this thread but I heard from a friend of a friend’s mother’s mechanic’s son’s teacher’s husband’s neighbour’s son’s wife’s girlfriend’s swimming instructor that calibrating can help to garner more accurate looks for colour grading.
If I were given one wish of another scene to keep from that print, it would be the first 10976 frames, (approximately—to consider missing frames) of reel 4 which would be the latter end of the pod race sequence. Yes, the sequence would be incomplete, but it would be the bulk of the scene and I would be grateful for that.
I don’t think there is any need to do that as we already have the theatrical Podrace in HD from the 2015 Digital Film Collection. The bare essentials that we would need from this (or any 35mm print) would be the Palpatine’s Office establishing shot (and surrounding shots) and Orn Free Taa’s senate aides.
First clip of the subtitles in Watto’s shop, lined up as close as possible to the Z Bootleg
1080p DNR links anyone? Tks
Same. I’ve been waiting on this since the dawn of time. 😃 If anyone would be so kind, I’d really appreciate it.
If you go back two pages, you’ll see this
Bobson Dugnutt said:
The DNR-Versions are now up on Mega and Zippyshare. There is a smaller 7gb version on Mega with the extras and subtitles, while the uncompressed 42gb version is in 82 500mb chunks on Zippyshare. (jDownloader is the reccomended program to download it with)
As usual you can PM me to snag these files, as long as you own Star Wars in some shape or form. (Pog form is acceptable)
Now armed with ZigZig’s PaNup SDTV source, I’ve updated the timeline to include it at a higher quality. The Palpatine’s office bit now fades in on both ends (Qui-Gon and Anakin/Jar Jar) and hopefully isn’t as noticable as a hard cut.
I’ve also started on the subtitles, but am taking some creative liberties with them as to make them more eye-pleasing to me as it appears the subtitles are rather squashed, even when scaled back to how it originally should look. It’s now just the 69pt and -30 tracking, which looks better IMO.
Compared to what it would look like if it was closer to the Z Bootleg