Hopefully either trying the renew the site domain… or he is getting shitfaced cause his edition is being released 😉
and now the website is down…
Fun while it lasted…
There was a glimmer of hope which has now fizzled our
We’ve been boycotting for the last 16 years.
Maybe we should stage a protest in front of Lucasfilm.
I second this
If the OOT was 4K only, would that be something of a dick move? I’m sure I’m not the only one rocking with just 1080p.
They will probably give the option of 4K and 1080p cause not everyone has a 4K player yet
Dahmn sorry to hear about your mother dude
Of course it makes sense cause Disney does not want to have to restore elements or track them down every time they want to release the Original Trilogy
The Post mentions
This could mean the OUT or it could be the SE’s…
Personally I believe it is the Theatrical Cut…
I want the hear your thoughts on this matter
The color is kind of weird for me: It kinda goes ‘back and forward’ in many of the scenes on Hoth and Dagobah (like when Luke is getting R2 out of the lake), is this a problem with every MKV of this or is it exclusive to me?
I have V2 if that helps
No it is in all of the MKV files cause it isn’t shot by shot CC I believe it is either Automated CC or Reel By Reel CC
So sad thoughts with his family members in this tough time
Good idea there
I wonder what he is doing
Ok I apologise for pestering on the forums
(whoops double post)
Will you go back to this once you have done 1997 SE
Ok thank you for the reply
Anymore updates on the progress of this CC project
What film restoration software is it
i meant to day it could be legacy not saying it is legacy
cause OUT would be a huge market for the streaming service so it would affect the Streaming Experience
(I am not saying OUT wont be released it now has 99% chance of being released thanks to the merger also it will be Legacy as Star Wars)
but if it goes on tv or on streaming is a problem
can still be released on UHD Blu Ray
looking like no OUT on streaming
oh ok well check news about it.
its were they said streaming rights are owned by turner