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ChainsawAsh

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#1247279
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The Phantom Menace - Yet Another HD Theatrical Cut
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Since you’re using the BR as a base, are you replacing CGI Yoda with Puppet Yoda, or is this going to be the theatrical edit with CGI Yoda (something I’d actually be interested in believe it or not)?

*JEDIT: Not to say I’m not interested if you’re keeping Puppet Yoda, I’ve just been toying with the idea of confirming the BR with its visual changes to the theatrical cut for a while now, something no one else seems to have considered.

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#1247143
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Star Wars - What is wrong and what is right... Goodbye Magenta
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Ronster said:

But it is important to figure out how to go about doing something to get the best result.

I couldn’t agree more.

I am both identifying a problem and finding a solution of how to handle none of which anyone has any input in apart from calibrate your monitor guff

But…calibrating your monitor is literally the first and most important step in figuring out how to go about fixing color issues!

Fuck it. I’m done. You keep doing…whatever it is you think you’re doing.

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#1247048
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Revenge of the Sith 35mm on eBay
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Yep, the 2005 DLP theatrical version has been restored using the HDTV to replace the visual changes on the BR, the BR itself for the missing wipe in the HDTV version, and the theatrical DTS audio, which negates the BR audio changes.

However, there’s still the possibility of undocumented 35mm changes, so it’s not like there’s absolutely zero value in a 35mm scan - just a much lower one than any of the other pre-Disney films.

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#1247022
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Revenge of the Sith 35mm on eBay
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ROTS is probably the least important of the pre-Disney films to get scanned, as the one difference from the DLP theatrical to DVD was an optical wipe that was restored on the BR, and Schorman has made a theatrical reconstruction using the BR wipe with the HDTV video (to remove the few minor BR changes) and paired it with the theatrical DTS audio, so we have ROTS in its theatrical form in 1080p already.

Having said that, it would still be neat to have 35mm scans of every Star Wars film!

Plus, does anyone know if there were any 35mm-to-DLP differences for ROTS like there were with AOTC?