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Pickle2503

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#1266593
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ZigZig's THE PHANTOM MENACE Theatrical reconstruction 1080p – V1.0 work in progress
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ChainsawAsh said:

The Blu-Ray subs are “soft subs,” that is, they’re a separate subtitle file instead of baked into the video. So just use the video stream without the subtitle stream.

Oh great, can I just use MakeMKV to do that?

Edit: Nvm, I’ll just figure it out with ts muxer

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#1248223
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The Force Awakens: 1.78:1 scenes in 2D?
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So I know I’ve sent these files to a lot of people on this forum, and unfortunately the links no longer work. My hard drive malfunctioned and I was wondering if someone had the (45 Gig or so) “IMAX SCENE REINTEGRATED INTO BLU-RAY” file on hand that they could send me? Ironic huh, I sent all these people files and now I can’t get one for myself, haha. Thank You so much to anyone who might be able to send the file over my way.

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#1235790
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Avengers: Infinity War IMAX Preservation
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Bobson Dugnutt said:

Does the 3D BR have the full aspect ratio like the other Marvel 3D BRs? If so then it’d be helpful with this project.
And if you’re looking for help with this, spoRv/Andrea makes a lot of UAR versions of films like this, so it’d be wise to ask him for assistance

Yeah the 3D Blu-Ray is only in 2.39:1, but I’ll ask him for assistance!

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#1235781
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The Dark Knight Theatrical Aspect Ratio, HD
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doubleofive said:

Colson said:

doubleofive said:

ChainsawAsh said:

Would a Netflix capture or the iTunes release be higher quality?

I imagine the 4K Dolby Vision iTunes release is going to beat it out. I don’t think there’s a need to preserve the Netflix version.

Every shifting aspect ratio movie I’ve run across is flat on their digital copies, Nolan, Ghostbusters, etc.

Is the 4K iTunes copy flat? If so, my bad!

Yes, I can’t think of an iTunes copy that shifts aspect ratios for any movie. I can confirm TDK personally though.

Transformers: The Last Knight

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#1235778
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Avengers: Infinity War IMAX Preservation
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So I’ve finally aquired the German iTunes version of Infinity War. The movie is opened up to 1.78:1 and unfortunately some image information is lost on the side but it’s the closest we’re going to get to IMAX. This is sourced from iTunes so the quality isn’t that good and I plan on doing what Adywan did for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Jakku scene that was in the IMAX ratio. All I need to know is HOW he did it. I have a rip of the blu ray at my ready and plan to overlay the blu ray over the iTunes version. If anyone here knows how to do this that would be great. I have adobe premiere pro, and if I can do it in that software without loosing quality that would be fantastic!
Thanks!
-Dylan

Edit: This is an example of what I need to do:

Edit 1/24/18:
Work has stalled on this project for a while now, and I just wanted to give the few people that asked me about this an update. I have to focus on school and work and so I won’t be able to work on it as of now. Hopefully in the summer though!