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SleepyBear

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#1219657
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Attack of the Clones - Centropy Theatrical Telesync "Remastered"
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towne32 said:

SleepyBear said:

I’m curious to give it a look since I do have the original theatrical cuts of the original trilogy (the Despecialized Editions) and Episode I. In fact, I do wish somebody would do an HD version of the theatrical release. And I’ll gladly try to do one for Episode III (if somebody can provide the sources).

I believe Schorman has released one for III (a relatively simpler project).

The footage needed for AoTC isn’t available in HD, or even SD, or anything better than this cam source here. Someone would need to buy and scan a print. A lot of money for a project that most of us probably only see as something that belongs on a checklist, and not something actually meaningful to us.

If the urge to watch this movie ever strikes, I’ll live with the deleted speeder. 😃

If only somebody would ever preserve the 35mm print of the original theatrical cut of the film, then perhaps that project would be possible.

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#1219482
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Attack of the Clones - Centropy Theatrical Telesync "Remastered"
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I’m curious to give it a look since I do have the original theatrical cuts of the original trilogy (the Despecialized Editions) and Episode I. In fact, I do wish somebody would do an HD version of the theatrical release. And I’ll gladly try to do one for Episode III (if somebody can provide the sources).

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#1217466
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Star Trek VS. Star Wars crossover videos in HD
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I might be using the wrong thread, but I don’t know yet. Hello, folks. It’s been a while since I was doing anything on this website, so here I am. Recently, I started to work on some sort of a project, where as in I take some Star Trek VS. Star Wars crossover videos that were made a long time ago and reconstruct them in high definition with whatever I can use. My plan is to use the 1997 Respecialized Edition of Star Wars, the Despecialized Editions of Empire and Return of the Jedi, and the Blu-Ray versions of some of the Star Trek movies. I might need some HDTV versions of the movies used so I can go back and restore them at any given time. Let me know what fan-edits I should restore and what sources you want to send to me. Thank you! LLAP! !!! \//

(I don’t know if it is against the rules if I shared links to videos on YouTube, by the way.)

star wars vs star trek (by chrismarcia)
ORIGINAL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDTHB4sSKAI
REMASTERED: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8w-AgKUGZp8

STAR TREK VS STAR WARS PART 1: PICARD VS. VADER
Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVX_5sWi6b0
Remastered: COMING SOON!

Federation VS Empire (Part 1, I hope I can find part 2 somewhere around here):
Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfYnvSXexeA
Remastered: COMING SOON!

The Empire Strikes The Borg:
Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CxWSCTsTEw
Remastered: COMING SOON!

Khan VS. Vader
Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgjQgtqbWbw&t
Remastered: COMING SOON!

Star Trek vs. Star Wars:
Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNxhrPaaCA4
Remastered: COMING SOON!

Star Trek Enterprise VS Star Wars Death Star Minisode:
Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPehSZ4KTdY
Remastered: COMING SOON!

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#1212508
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4k77 released
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misternewton said:

Harmy’s post earlier about the comparison between the 4k and the 1080 being only more detailed in the dirt and scratches had me digging around for resolution information. I know for example that the theoretical information contained in a 70mm film frame is around 6K. So, the question is, how much resolvable information is actually in a film print, like this 35mm IB tech print? What I found is a suggestion that the negative is very high resolution and then each subsequent generation from the negative (interpositive, print) loses resolution and therefore information. This would be like taping a tape of a tape - analog loses signal over generations. So, 4k might actually be overkill for this print in terms of resolution, but a UHD version of the 4K could really show off the color space where 1080 just can’t. Anyway, just thought I would post the relevant link, etc. https://www.quora.com/Does-4K-resolution-approach-the-resolution-of-a-35mm-film-print

By the way, I love this print. Projected it last night…

How can I be able to give it a look? I have a 4K television waiting for me out there in the living room.