Is it possible to convert the cinema versions of Dolby Digital (specifically the one that looks like a QR code on 35mm reels) or DTS to their home theatre audio equivalents? Is it even worth it to do so if it is possible? I’m guessing it probably will make a difference for films that have had their audio mixes changed throughout their home releases or if the DVD or Blu-Ray audio mix is somehow inferior to the one shown in cinemas but I have no idea how many releases this would apply to.
My collection is not that impressive, but my father has:
1997 OT Widescreen VHS
2000 OT Widescreen VHS
The VCD of the OT (going off of the box, I’m guessing its the same as the 2000 VHS version
2004 DVD set of the OT
2006 GOUT set
DVDs of the prequels and sequels as well as the blu rays for the whole saga.
He also has the DVDs for Rebels, 2008 Clone Wars, 2003 Clone Wars, Droids, Ewoks and a bunch of the Lego Star Wars Series
You could most likely return the disc via etsy, get your money back and just download the despecialized editions.
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Harmys-STAR-WARS-Despecialized-Edition-HD-V27-MKV-IS-OUT-NOW/id/12713 - heres a link to the