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BrightestDayFan2814

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#1223900
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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Harmy said:

It seems he’s just a kid and English may not be his first language. I’m sure he meant well but he kept commenting on every single one of the pictures in my ESB comparison albums saying variations of:
“This Shot Needs To Replace With 35mm Print Scan (Team-1) or Poita’s 35mm 4k scan For The Empire Strikes Back Despecialized v2.5”

and he kept at it even after I replied a few times with:

“I know you’re probably trying to be helpful here but all you’re doing is spamming my email (I get a notification every time someone comments) because I know very well which shots need to be replaced using 35mm sources - all of them. There’s no reason to use old standard definition sources in the new versions any more and all shots need to be redone, since the next versions will be 1080p.”

So, I ended up blocking him from commenting.

Ok, Ok, Fine, I Will Stop

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#1223779
Topic
Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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yoda-sama said:

Of note, while DVD5 versions have been approved of by Harmy, and in some cases I believe given access to higher quality video elements to compress from, they were generally not produced by Harmy himself. So DVD5s and the like you might be able to consider as a stretch goal, with the core goal of getting all Harmy produced files being much more attainable.

Also of note, while all of V1.0 was released as AVCHD, I think Jedi was not in an .iso container, which might be the difference about it you guys are trying to remember.

Well, At least that Despecialized Edition Has Changed The Way it looked

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#1222393
Topic
4k77 released
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Williarob said:

Only missing LPP frames were replaced with the bluray.

I didn’t work on this section of the film for the SSE, but chances are good that the guy who graded it was consulting other post '85 sources during the color grading - like the GOUT and the Japanese Special Collection - and none of these references had this brightness so it was ‘corrected’ for the SSE.

Oh, I See That