If you’re okay for feedback as I read you were considering a V2, here you go.
Beber said:color matching, brightness and contrast of those scenes, especially when they’re just extended parts of pre-existing scenes could benefit from additional tweaking to better blend in.
Taking more time with the color-correction is definitely something I’ll be doing in v2.0. That’s the area with which I have the least experience, but I do think I could refine it a bit more.
I also noticed a glitch at 02:15:31 on the ISO Blu-ray.
Hmm, I will look into this. I’m not where I can look at it right now, so I don’t know if it is an editing error or an export issue, but either way, I’m sure it can be fixed in v2.0. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.
UPDATE: I’ve just checked my disc and it plays without a glitch. Just to be safe, I tried it at 2 minutes and 15 seconds, and at 2 hours 15 minutes and 31 seconds. Played it back several times at both spots. No sign of anything. I wonder if perhaps the glitch happened on your disc when the file was burned?
Beber said:And on a side note, I wish the full bitrate DTS from the Chinese DVD was used instead of the regular AC3.
I don’t own that DVD so didn’t have access to the DTS track for v1.0, but audio was the main thing I was unhappy with on v1.0, so I’m actually getting access to that audio track as we speak. It will absolutely be a part of v2.0!