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Setzer

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#1292055
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team negative1 - star wars 1977 - 35mm theatrical version (release details and updates)
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jawa scrapper said:

do not go to forums.thestarwarstrilogy.com and expect to find links to the movies…i just registered and it was a complete waste of time.
jumped through all the hoops and there wasn’t anything worthwhile…so I spent a few minutes to tell others on this forum not to bother, hopefully save your time.

forums.thestarwarstrilogy.com = waste of time.

You didn’t provide links to the movies either; ergo you’re a waste of time too!

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#1290158
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Batman (1989) 4K Teal Tint and SFX revision
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Quattro Bajeena said:

Setzer said:

Quattro Bajeena said:

Setzer said:

As for the colour grading, the new remaster is closer to the original timing/grading, than the old DVD/Blu-ray versions were.

Based on what reference?

35mm scans

Oh, didn’t know there was any. Will look for that, thanks.

Sorry for not providing a link when first talking about it 😃
Here it is: https://filmcolors.org/galleries/batman-1989/

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#1288160
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Batman (1989) 4K Teal Tint and SFX revision
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I’d take Oliver’s video a huge grain of salt. He advises people to turn off HDR when viewing 4K UHD content… What? HDR and WCG is one of the main features of the 4K UHD format.
It seems he’s misinformed when it comes to this format.

As for the colour grading, the new remaster is closer to the original timing/grading, than the old DVD/Blu-ray versions were. So pick your poison.
The 2.0 LaserDisc audio has already been synchronized to this new release: https://forum.fanres.com/thread-2692-post-54371.html#pid54371

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#1281889
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Predator
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Dek Rollins said:

marin888 said:

We already have 4k BD - perfect home video release for 1.85:1.
So, I’m more for preserve this film as uncropped - Full Frame.

Is the 4K master actually used for the standard BD? Cause I can’t do anything in 4K.
And I didn’t mean as a replacement of releasing the scan open matte, obviously the full super8 frame would be the priority for most people. I just think that, if it looks good enough, watching it in widescreen would still be great (and for me personally, preferable 😃).

Nope, it’s the 2010 Ultimate Hunter disc.
Do yourself a favor and get in on the 4K UHD action - that one looks amazing 😃

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#1274608
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The Phantom Menace on 35mm
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skywalker89 said:

Hey, wouldn’t it be much more easy to make a reconstruction like Harmy did with his despecialized trilogy? Use the official Blu Ray version as a main source, combined with elements from a late HDTV broadcast of the 2001 DVD Version and some upscales from the Japanese Laserdisc?

Easier? Probably not.
Cheaper? For sure.
But that’s missing the entire point of scanning 35mm reels.

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#1247386
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Star Wars - What is wrong and what is right... Goodbye Magenta
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Ronster said: at the end of the day, I like that analogue look. Sorry if you don’t like that analogue look but i do. Sort of warm and fuzzy imperfect but it yeah I like it.

PLEASE stop this. You clearly have no idea what you’re doing, and you’re NOT restoring the film to its original look.
There are numerous people in this thread pointing out errors in everything you do. Maybe it’s not us, but you.

Can’t a mod lock this thread please?

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#1211984
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Neverar's A New Hope Technicolor Recreation <strong>(V1 Released!)</strong>
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Ronster, you always seem to be blathering about wrong colours and hues, and originally intended vision of George Lucas. There are several great copies of the film out there, representing a very accurate image of the original film, with its original colours - and we have several talented members working on restoring the film back to that original look.
You’re more than welcome to start your own thread/project, if you feel like something should be corrected in another way.

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#1201801
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - UHD IMAX Edit
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railerswim said:

Bobson Dugnutt said:

It was filmed with the Red Weapon 8K, so it should be in real 4k. Maybe the VFX aren’t, but the real stuff is

http://www.red.com/news/gotg-vol-2-to-shoot-on-8k-weapon

I am aware of that. It was finished with a 4K DI so that mean’s the CGI will have 4K textures and shaders.

No. If the VFX were rendered at 2K, then that’s the final output for the VFX.