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#1466150
Topic
Babylon 5: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (DVD 16:9 & HD 4:3 Fusion) (a WIP)
Time

@WXM:
Thanks for the detailed reply. As I have said before: Even I sometimes struggle with the stretch (the planets especially). But I will continue - perhaps at some point a better solution will come along and I’d happily adapt to it.

Still, after having watched the 1080p masters I wondered about several points you noticed as well:

  • I certainly understand that the original film stock had/has more grain and - don’t get me wrong here - I do appreciate keeping grain to avoid a waxy look, but in this case they saved too much of it
  • Why did they use such a “coolder/darker” color palette? I get things looking overly bright and sometimes even greyish (looking at the Star Trek DVDs here), but here I think it does not flatter certain elements (like fine details or already darker uniform colors)
  • And finally: What’s up with the saturation? Some shots look like they went a bit overboard.

In any event, I will keep going forward. It’s kinda exciting.

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#1466125
Topic
Babylon 5: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (DVD 16:9 & HD 4:3 Fusion) (a WIP)
Time

Ok guys, since there were questions about it, I thought I do a little addition to my porevious comparisons.
Before, you had the PAL-DVD in 16:9 aspect ratio on the left side and my 4K Upscale in 16:9 on the right side.

Now, you have the latest 1080p masters in 4:3 ratio on the left side and my 4K Upscale in 16:9 on the right side. You will notice quality differences since I would never be able to achieve such results working from a DVD and replacing VFX shots from the 1080p masters with a stretch to 16:9. Also, you will see a different color palette and more grain in the 1080p masters (compared to my upscale).
The biggest differences however are: The 1080p masters have the original 4:3 effects (no stretch) but also less visual information during live action scenes on the left/right sides (since the DVDs had 16:9 natively on those).

The first new comparison set only takes a look at the CGI/Effect shots:

https://imgsli.com/ODk0Nzg
https://imgsli.com/ODk0ODA

The second new comparison set takes a look at the live action shots:

https://imgsli.com/ODk0ODI
https://imgsli.com/ODk0ODM
https://imgsli.com/ODk0ODc
https://imgsli.com/ODk0ODg
https://imgsli.com/ODk0ODk

Let me know what you think!

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#1466043
Topic
Babylon 5: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (DVD 16:9 & HD 4:3 Fusion) (a WIP)
Time

2022 - First Image Set: Episode 1, Season 1 "1x01 - Midnight on the Firing Line ; Ragesh 3”

ATTENTION: QUALITY UPDATE (01-2022)

Comparison Shots (with Slider; 10 image pairs per link):

https://imgsli.com/ODkzMjM
https://imgsli.com/ODkzMjU
https://imgsli.com/ODkzMjY
https://imgsli.com/ODkzMjc
https://imgsli.com/ODkzMjg
https://imgsli.com/ODkzMzE
https://imgsli.com/ODkzMzI
https://imgsli.com/ODkzMzQ
https://imgsli.com/ODkzMzU

If you want more, let me know. Happy New Year Everyone !!!

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#1465240
Topic
Star Trek Voyager: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

2022 - First Image Set: Pilot Episode "1x01;02 - Caretaker ; Der Fürsorger (Parts I & II)

ATTENTION: QUALITY UPDATE (01-2022)

Comparison Shots (with Slider; 10 image pairs per link):

https://imgsli.com/ODg0OTk
https://imgsli.com/ODg1MDA
https://imgsli.com/ODg1MDE
https://imgsli.com/ODg1MDI
https://imgsli.com/ODg1MDM
https://imgsli.com/ODg1MDQ
https://imgsli.com/ODg1MDU
https://imgsli.com/ODg1MDY
https://imgsli.com/ODg1MDc
https://imgsli.com/ODg1MTI

If you want more, let me know. Happy New Year Everyone !!!

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#1465066
Topic
Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

2022 - First Image Set: Pilot Episode "1x01;02 - Emissary ; Der Abgesandte (Parts I & II)

ATTENTION: QUALITY UPDATE (01-2022)

Comparison Shots (with Slider; 10 image pairs per link):

https://imgsli.com/ODgzODY
https://imgsli.com/ODgzODg
https://imgsli.com/ODgzOTA
https://imgsli.com/ODgzOTE
https://imgsli.com/ODgzOTM
https://imgsli.com/ODgzOTU
https://imgsli.com/ODgzOTY
https://imgsli.com/ODgzOTg

If you want more, let me know. Happy New Year Everyone !!!

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#1464404
Topic
Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

@WXM:
Thanks for your attention to detail. I also noticed a slight “wabble” (I also don’t know what else to call it) when things are moving fast or explosions happen - it seems to be “shifting” the star pattern close-by for example.
The reason for the issue with the faces looking a bit “static” is actually unclear to me: It also appears with the original DVD, but I must admit, I found it strange that both O’Brien and Sisko look straight into one direction for a second or two and then react - perhaps it was the original camera angle or the intent of the director for them to look “focused/serious”, but yes, it looks kinda off.

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#1464374
Topic
Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

Hey guys, just found something sitting in a tiny corner of one of my backup-drives (can’t believe I actually forgot about that one).
When I first started to re-tune my workflow, I wanted to know if it could handle something that becomes more important as the seasons move on: Fast movement on multiple objects. Now I know neither DS9 or VOY do have many grand space battles with fast paced movements, but there are some scenes that I thought might become a problem.

So I went out looking for one or two scenes that may challenge the upscaler. Remember when DS9 took a little trip to the mirror universe late in season 4 and the mirror Defiant had to fight the Cardassians and the Klingons? Well, those are the scenes I have found.
Be advised: I did my upscaling and filtering, but I did no manual corrections on the CGI/VFX (usually I replace the scenes that are a bit wonky with the NTSC scenes, but this was just to take a “general look”.

So here are the two scenes (no unpacking, no password required) - I called them “Pattern Suicide”, because Smiley (Mirror O’Brien) was quite funny in this episode and that expression somehow stayed with me and always reminds me that the evil side can be hilarious as well):

https://www.dropbox.com/s/y6oryc444b16roj/Pattern Suicide - Scene 1 (1080p from 4K).mkv?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9448e0qaphnp4la/Pattern Suicide%2C Scene 2 (1080p from 4K).mkv?dl=0

Have Fun!

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#1464175
Topic
Babylon 5: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (DVD 16:9 & HD 4:3 Fusion) (a WIP)
Time

@Artan42:
Well, I experimented a lot before settling on what I am doing now.

My first approach in the past: Take the DVDs and upscale as they are. Looked good on live action, but the effects looked (in my opinion) worse because they were already zoomed in.

My second approach (after the 1080p masters from HBO/Amazon became available): Upscale that to 4K. Looked nice, but was only in 4:3 aspect ratio and personally I think they went overboard with their increased saturation.

My third approach was (as you have suggested): Mixed ratios - Live action 16:9 and 4:3 effects from the 1080p masters. Looked strange to me. Then I experimented with digitally / software-based “painting in” the missing elements from the sides. Looked good on static shots, but crappy as soon as anything moved (like stars, ships and such).

So I went with what I am doing now.

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#1464077
Topic
Babylon 5: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (DVD 16:9 & HD 4:3 Fusion) (a WIP)
Time

Well, I know the debate about stretching without cropping to conform to 16:9 by heart.
Trust me, I have already caught a lot of crap for doing that.

I agree, planets look a bit “egg-shaped” and it’s certainly not according to everyone’s taste. But all I can work with are the materials I have available. Since I am not a CGI-artist and have no experience in VFX or blender work, I can’t recreate the effect scenes.

I am aware of Tom Smith’s work and it’s absolutely beautiful and stunning. It would be a dream come true to have such effects available. I actually considered contacting people who have knowledge in such areas.
And here comes the reality check (which shocked me a bit as well, but still, here it is): I actually got hold of someone who runs his own effects company and they are doing work for SciFi, but there were three problems:

  1. Legal issues (that one is obvious, I guess I don’t have to explain further)
  2. Time-related issues (60 seconds of completely re-done effects - which includes creating models, calculating movement, textures, blender work and such - would take about 2 weeks to do, working 24/7)
  3. Money-related issues (again, 60 seconds of CGI would cost about 1.500 Dollars)

So, as you can see, there are problems I can’t solve. Re-working effects is a long, expensive and difficult task. I am an enthusiastic amateur, doing the best I know to do with what I got.
This is it.
If you don’t like it, that’s ok. You are under no obligation to take it.
But please remember: I did mention that I was stretching the effects. Of course, it’s always a difference to look at pictures and the video. I get that.

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#1463981
Topic
Babylon 5: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (DVD 16:9 & HD 4:3 Fusion) (a WIP)
Time

Hello there guys. Just wanted to let you know my upgrades are nearly done, the workflow is set, things are moving along. With this post I wanted to provide you with a little christmas tease to show you the latest results.
The following snippet is from the first episode of seasons 1 of B5 (the first act including the opening/intro), but for size reasons I reduced from 4K to 1080p, which didn’t effect the quality much (after all, it’s just to give you an impression of what’s soon to come).
If all goes well, the first episode should be done some time this week.

Here are comparison images:
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NTU
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NTY
https://imgsli.com/ODc2Nzk
https://imgsli.com/ODc2ODA
https://imgsli.com/ODc2ODE
https://imgsli.com/ODc2ODI

Here the sample (no unpacking, no password required; about 116 MB):
https://www.dropbox.com/s/mrmigyzv6rqwki6/SciFi-Upscale - B5 Sample (1080p from 4K).mkv?dl=0

Things that have been modified/improved upon (compared to what I did before):

  • better sharpness handling
  • more grain retention / adjusted grain addition
  • better color management (specified input as SDR, output as Rec. 709 with Gamma 2.4)
  • added contrast and texture pop
  • reduced motion stutter (either through integration of NTSC-material or motion flow / frame interpolation)

Let me know what you think!

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#1463976
Topic
Star Trek Voyager: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

Hello there guys. Just wanted to let you know my upgrades are nearly done, the workflow is set, things are moving along. With this post I wanted to provide you with a little christmas tease to show you the latest results.
The following snippet is from the VOY-Pilot (the first act including the opening/intro), but for size reasons I reduced from 4K to 1080p, which didn’t effect the quality much (after all, it’s just to give you an impression of what’s soon to come).
If all goes well, the pilot should be done some time this week.

Here are comparison images:
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NTA
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NTE
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NTI
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NTM
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NTQ

Here the sample (no unpacking, no password required; about 81 MB):
https://www.dropbox.com/s/auyt1mktdh2ft2z/SciFi-Upscale - VOY Sample (1080p from 4K).mkv?dl=0

Things that have been modified/improved upon (compared to what I did before):

  • better sharpness handling
  • more grain retention / adjusted grain addition
  • better color management (specified input as SDR, output as Rec. 709 with Gamma 2.4)
  • added contrast and texture pop
  • reduced motion stutter (either through integration of NTSC-material or motion flow / frame interpolation)

Let me know what you think!

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#1463962
Topic
Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

Hello there guys. Just wanted to let you know my upgrades are nearly done, the workflow is set, things are moving along. With this post I wanted to provide you with a little christmas tease to show you the latest results.
The following snippet is from the DS9-Pilot (the first act including the opening/intro), but for size reasons I reduced from 4K to 1080p, which didn’t effect the quality much (after all, it’s just to give you an impression of what’s soon to come).
If all goes well, the pilot should be done some time this week.

Here are comparison images:
https://imgsli.com/ODc2Mzg
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NDA
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NDE
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NDI
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NDM
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NDQ
https://imgsli.com/ODc2NDU

Here the sample (no unpacking, no password required; about 135 MB):
https://www.dropbox.com/s/vpe6z8pwoaej5vt/SciFi-Upscale - DS9 Sample (1080p from 4K).mkv?dl=0

Things that have been modified/improved upon (compared to what I did before):

  • better sharpness handling
  • more grain retention / adjusted grain addition
  • better color management (specified input as SDR, output as Rec. 709 with Gamma 2.4)
  • added contrast and texture pop
  • reduced motion stutter (either through integration of NTSC-material or motion flow / frame interpolation)

Let me know what you think!

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#1461228
Topic
Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

Thanks guys, just wanted to let you know my workflow is solid an can be adapted to multiple sources (including later seasons). I am really trying to find the time to watch the full eps I have already re-done, but at the moment it’s difficult. These little snippets I put up were done several weeks ago when I was doing trial and error on specific settings.

Since then I finished the pilots of DS9 and VOY as well as the first episode of season 1 of Babylon 5. But the stuff is just “sitting there” since I haven’t had time to watch and do final corrections. But I will get around to it. My real-life job requires a 6-day-week at the moment with a lot of hours (trying to get in as much cash as possible in case Covid shuts us down again). So little time for other things. Still, I will get to it.

Perhaps the most interesting things/changes that happened to the workflow are:

  • in StaxRip: increased sharpness (slightly), more grain retention (to avoid artificial surface look)
  • in Topaz Video Enhance AI: Doing double model work (I am using two models to upscale now)
  • in DaVinci Resolve: Doing layer-based work with both Topaz models, working with clearly defined color spaces, added Dehazing to reduce greyish tint, added contrast pop (slightly, to draw out highlights), modified grain settings in both models, adjusted render settings

Also, I have found a way to replace the stuttering CGI scenes from the PAL-version with those from the NTSC-version - I started experimenting with that because Voyager suffered a lot from this, but sometimes later seasons of DS9 do as well - combined with optical flow from DaVinci the stuttering can be reduced a lot and just looks nicer on the screen. Perhaps that technique could be adapted to Babylon 5, which also suffers from motion stutter a lot. I will have to take a look.

All in all things are looking up.

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#1461037
Topic
Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

Hello community. Wanted to share something that I had “left over” from my upscaling trials (testing the workflow that has now become my standard), so you know I am still at it.
Please forgive me if I haven’t always hit the exact same frame or if the crop is a little off (I forgot to change the values), but since this was short ordered cooking, just focus on the visuals, ok?
Let’s call this “What does the Future hold (Part 2)”

New comparison images below.

Show: DS9, episode 1x06 “Captive Pursuit”
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNTY
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNTg
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNTk
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNjA
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNjM

Show: DS9, episode 3x01 “The Search (Part 1)”
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNjQ
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNjY

Show: DS9, episode 6x26 “Tears of the Prophets”
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNjc
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNjg
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNjk
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNzA

And here you have the corresponding video samples (both SD-DVD from PAL-Source and 4K-Upscale - please remember that PAL has a speed-up to 25 FPS, which I corrected in the upscale towards 23,976 FPS, which is why voices sound different); free, no password:

Show: DS9, episode 1x06 “Captive Pursuit”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qwz3ym8ed81k8w1/DS9 - 1x06 - Captive Pursuit (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/uofieub5yzzqgxt/DS9 - 1x06 - Captive Pursuit (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Show: DS9, episode 3x01 “The Search (Part 1)”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/31rt2agnw6aywap/DS9 - 3x01 - The Search (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ignkee7rmg8wylk/DS9 - 3x01 - The Search (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Show: DS9, episode 6x26 “Tears of the Prophets”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vawjd6mo557vv9y/DS9 - 6x26 - Tears of the Prophets (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/n4ago98ptdt9buz/DS9 - 6x26 - Tears of the Prophets (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Let me know what you think!

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#1461035
Topic
Star Trek Voyager: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

Hello community. Wanted to share something that I had “left over” from my upscaling trials (testing the workflow that has now become my standard), so you know I am still at it.
Please forgive me if I haven’t always hit the exact same frame or if the crop is a little off (I forgot to change the values), but since this was short ordered cooking, just focus on the visuals, ok?
Let’s call this “What does the Future hold (Part 2)”

New comparison images below.

Show: VOY, episode 2x21 "Deadlock”
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNzE
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNzM

Show: VOY, episode 4x09 “Year of Hell (Part 2)”
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNzQ
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNzU
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNzY

Show: VOY, episode 6x26 "Unimatrix Zero (Part 1)”
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNzc
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNzg
https://imgsli.com/ODUwNzk

And here you have the corresponding video samples (both SD-DVD from PAL-Source and 4K-Upscale - please remember that PAL has a speed-up to 25 FPS, which I corrected in the upscale towards 23,976 FPS, which is why voices sound different); free, no password:

Show: VOY, episode 2x21 “Deadlock”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3dpnwoqyalqdshz/VOY - 2x21 - Deadlock (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0t9kf9aqr54uio2/VOY - 2x21 - Deadlock (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Show: VOY, episode 4x09 “Year of Hell (Part 2)”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/e39dan9wd32hzpj/VOY - 4x09 - Year of Hell (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rj50eu911935udz/VOY - 4x09 - Year of Hell (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Show: VOY, episode 6x26 “Unimatrix Zero (Part 1)”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/a9g8bcpkmvzv91j/VOY - 6x26 - Unimatrix Zero (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/oob69p5do2wselc/VOY - 6x26 - Unimatrix Zero (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Let me know what you think!

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#1459673
Topic
Babylon 5: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (DVD 16:9 & HD 4:3 Fusion) (a WIP)
Time

Hello again guys.

Sorry that I haven’t put up anything yet, but things are crazy around here. Covid came back with a vengeance, rules are changing daily and we are doing everything we can to keep up.

I am feeling truly guilty. I have rendering the pilot episodes of Star Trek (DS9 and VOY) as well as the first episode of season 1 of B5, but I just simply can’t find the time to watch them in order to note down what corrections have to be applied. Then they would have to be rendered again and after that I could upload them.

I will do my best to hurry up, but it’s very difficult at the moment.

I will keep you posted (this post will be copied into the other topics for time-reasons).

Post
#1459672
Topic
Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

Hello again guys.

Sorry that I haven’t put up anything yet, but things are crazy around here. Covid came back with a vengeance, rules are changing daily and we are doing everything we can to keep up.

I am feeling truly guilty. I have rendering the pilot episodes of Star Trek (DS9 and VOY) as well as the first episode of season 1 of B5, but I just simply can’t find the time to watch them in order to note down what corrections have to be applied. Then they would have to be rendered again and after that I could upload them.

I will do my best to hurry up, but it’s very difficult at the moment.

I will keep you posted (this post will be copied into the other topics for time-reasons).

Post
#1459671
Topic
Star Trek Voyager: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

Hello again guys.

Sorry that I haven’t put up anything yet, but things are crazy around here. Covid came back with a vengeance, rules are changing daily and we are doing everything we can to keep up.

I am feeling truly guilty. I have rendering the pilot episodes of Star Trek (DS9 and VOY) as well as the first episode of season 1 of B5, but I just simply can’t find the time to watch them in order to note down what corrections have to be applied. Then they would have to be rendered again and after that I could upload them.

I will do my best to hurry up, but it’s very difficult at the moment.

I will keep you posted (this post will be copied into the other topics for time-reasons).

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#1457005
Topic
Star Trek Voyager: Enhanced 4K & 1080p Edition (a WIP)
Time

Hello community. I am going to be posting this in both the DS9 and VOY topics, since it affects both.

I am happy to say that I have dealt with most of my issues and that means … I am coming back.
Having been through a lot, my attitude towards this project has changed somewhat (for good or worse will be up for you to decide 😉 ).

So, what does that mean for you?

In general: I will implement a few changes (more on that below), most importanly I feel like I need to take back creative control of this project (I know, this may sound strange, but let me explain) - I think I have been listening to way too many opinions about my work, trying to please everyone as much as possible.
In the end: I have to be happy with the result, since I will be watching those episodes when I feel like enjoying some Trek.
So if my updates/re-renders are annoying to you, you don’t have to take them.
Nevertheless, I will still be happy to talk about technical details and how I did things, I am just simply done apologizing for stuff or justifying things.

Specifically:
As I had intended before, all the things I have done so far will be getting updates (the DS9 and VOY pilot will be swapped for the latest as well), but there is an important difference this time: I have tested my workflow against both DS9 and Voyager by doing tests with episode snippets from seasons 1, 3, 5 and 7 respectively to make sure I do not have to change anything in the future and the work remains consistent.
The most important new elements are: Better color grading, the inclusion of chapters and subtitles (english and german) as well as the combination of multiple AI models by doing layer-based work to create better quality.
I have decided to work on challenging samples, containing both CGI/VFX effects as well as live action; furthermore, I used mostly scenes that are dark, have bad lighting or difficult visuals (explosions, flickering lights, consoles and such) - that way I can make sure this does not cause problems down the line.

In order to proof that I will not be going back and forth and only move forward, here are samples from my test renderings, I call them “What does the Future hold?”, regarding both shows (DS9 and VOY).
Note: I apologize for the Borg Queen looking green and then blue in one image - I accidentally used the wrong image, sorry.

First, comparison images with slider function:

Show: DS9, episode 3x21 “The Die Is Cast (Part 2)”
https://imgsli.com/ODA1Nzk
https://imgsli.com/ODA1ODA
https://imgsli.com/ODA1ODI
https://imgsli.com/ODA1ODM

Show: DS9, episode 5x26 “Call to Arms”
https://imgsli.com/ODA1ODY
https://imgsli.com/ODA1ODg
https://imgsli.com/ODA1OTI
https://imgsli.com/ODA1OTQ
https://imgsli.com/ODA1OTU

Show: DS9, episode 7x25;26 “What You Leave Behind (Parts 1&2)”
https://imgsli.com/ODA1OTY
https://imgsli.com/ODA1OTc
https://imgsli.com/ODA1OTk

Show: VOY, episode 3x26 “Scorpion (Part 1)”
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MDA
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MDI

Show: VOY, episode 5x06 “Timeless”
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MDQ
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MDU
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MDY

Show: VOY, episode 7x25;26 “Endgame (Parts 1&2)”
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MDg
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MTM
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MTc
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MTk
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MjE
https://imgsli.com/ODA2MjM

And now, for the video samples (comparison between PAL-DVD and 4K-AI-Upscale; no password required):

Show: DS9, episode 3x21 “The Die Is Cast (Part 2)”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1gf7zlyjkdaq1ex/DS9 - 3x21 - The Die Is Cast%2C Part 2 (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/s8v05sjkwrhy1js/DS9 - 3x21 - The Die Is Cast%2C Part 2 (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Show: DS9, episode 5x26 “Call to Arms”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rr8wv0t1ujygrcm/DS9 - 5x26 - Call to Arms (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/erakyiabempe4u8/DS9 - 5x26 - Call to Arms (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Show: DS9, episode 7x25;26 “What You Leave Behind (Parts 1&2)”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2r781sx8q7z1ae0/DS9 - 7x25%3B26 - What You Leave Behind (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pr3gnnrq03l9rxe/DS9 - 7x25%3B26 - What You Leave Behind (4K Test).mkv?dl=0

Show: VOY, episode 3x26 “Scorpion (Part 1)”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2eq7j3gk5djrsk7/VOY - 3x26 - Scorpion%2C Part 1 (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ex11ftno848zsh3/VOY - 3x26 - Scorpion%2C Part 1 (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Show: VOY, episode 5x06 “Timeless”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tt2nrzqfaouvfxn/VOY - 5x06 - Timeless (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/n7j4oc62m7k73ny/VOY - 5x06 - Timeless (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

Show: VOY, episode 7x25;26 “Endgame (Parts 1&2)”
DVD: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ei5iphako0u9sje/VOY - 7x25%3B26 - Endgame (SD-DVD).mkv?dl=0
Upscale: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gnnprmm3mwgpfly/VOY - 7x25%3B26 - Endgame (4K-Test).mkv?dl=0

That’s what’s going to be coming our way. Let me know what you think.