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#724226
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Harmy's THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK Despecialized Edition HD !!!MKV and AVCHD v2.0 NOW AVAILABLE!!!
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Finally watched this version today and all I can say is Thanks so much for all your efforts Harmy and contributors.

Once again it gives the feeling of watching the movie we all fell in in love with many years ago warts and all in a form and resolution that can be enjoyed on a big screen.

Thanks again Harmy keep it up.

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#710614
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Star Wars Prequels 35mm 4K Filmized Editions by Emanswfan
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emanswfan said:

So I'm thinking about releasing two versions: an oldified film version (like I have been working on most recently) and the closest recreation of what a 35mm theatre print would have looked like in 4K.

http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/78535  (comparison is in between untouched 1080p image and 4K upscaled w. filmic adjustments)

 

 Looks more like some of you better pictures, colour looks better and the grain even seems to add more detail. Hope you dont think I was dissing your project on my last comment about the other Obi picture it just didnt look like film to me. I'm really looking forward to seeing your final edit.

I love your work early on with AOTC I think it was when you were also adding the look of it through an anamorphic lens set up. Always looks more celluloidy:-) to me.

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#700130
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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Harmy said:

Yeah, that's exactly what I was saying - if your BD player didn't do the conversion to 60fps, your projector would do it, because it refreshes 60 times a second no matter what, so you're always watching 60fps, if you have a 60Hz monitor, TV or projector, or you're watching 120fps or 240fps, if you have a TV with that refresh rate, so whether your TV or your BD player does the conversion shouldn't really matter much, the conversion always happens.

Is that true for all projectors? At the moment I have a dlp projector which uses a colour wheel to produce the colours, when changing the input from 60hz to 24hz the wheel slows down (you can tell made the noise produced) any ideas why this would happen  if I'm still seeing 60 fps?

(sorry if I'm off topic. Again! Love these techy discussions)

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#700051
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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bings said:

Hi new here:) managed to download Harmy IV,V,VI first versions and I have put them all on to one Blu Ray. just checking this morning and the playback 60htz on my Panasonic TV/Blu Ray player, not at 24fps. So I went back and burnt just the downloaded AVCHD Star Wars on it's own. But just get the same results:( Any idea why this should be? 24p is turned on in menu aswell.

BTW love these Harmy.

 Its Panny blu ray players mate. Somewhere in the manual it states that avchd wont play 24hz from a disc, dont know about recorded blu rays though.  I had the same problem a while back. Got a Sony now, plays 24fps no probs.