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And unlike many other edits It will be very easy to download and watch.
What do you mean?
Don’t we have 4K77?
Well it will be cleaner, and the color will be very different. Aswell as other things.
Here is the edit poster the full Blu-ray cover isint done yet
It should be blue like in Harmy’s edit. It was color graded based on 35mm sources so it would be very accurate to the original.
Right, I will post a screenshot later of the blue wall.
But remember it wont be as blue as in Harmy’s edit, because this is supposed to replicate the Gout.
So it will have a blue tint but not as much as harmy did.
Do you guys think the death star corridor should be grey? In the gout you cant tell if its meant to be blue or grey… so i will let you decide tell me in the comments 😎
I’m working in re-constructing it in hd
So in 2006 along with the normal special edition discs, bonus discs of the OG trilogy (unaltered) were released. even Though they had terrible quality for a DVD, the color and layout were loved by many fans, You can argue that it may be the most natural grade in ANY star wars release. I will be recreating the (ANH) GOUT in HD using 35mm sources and the color corrected version of ANH done by Adywan, with a few adjustments the color and layout will match the GOUT no problem as well as other tweaks like Greedo having no subtitles, other than that, this is completely theatrical. this fan edit will be released later this year (Maybe).
2011 Blu-ray (CC by Adywan, retrieved from Hal9000).
Skydude’s 4K77 restoration.
TN1’s 4K77 UHD master.
Dark Jedi’s 720p GOUT upscale (for sync purposes only).
Many 35mm cell scans and screenshots.
Tools (software Etc.):
Video Editing Software: Davinci Resolve 17 STUDIO.
Audio Editing Software: Audacity
Color Match software (for matching 4k77 to blu-ray): Dr. Dre’s color match tool.
Color grading software: Davinci Resolve 17.
Dust and scratches removal: Neat video 5.0/PfClean.
File Type: MKV.
Size: 17.1 GB.
Resolution: 1920x817 H264 24 fps. (there also will be a better ProRes version available.)
Bit-rate: 20 Mbps
Audio Track: 2.0 Dolby Digital [English] (1993 Laserdisc mix).
to fit this release).Audio Track 3: 2.0 Dolby Digital [English] (2004 DVD Audio Commentary - recut
Subtitles (by Catbus): English, French, Spanish, (all included).
Special Features: Star Wars 1977 trailer, Deleted scenes (including Jabba).
color is nice love it!!
does anyone know where to get D+77 from?
So, I just made a color correction LUT for the Grindhouse release in DaVinci Resolve. It’s a quick solution to fix some color degradation problems and can be applied in almost every modern video editor, like Premiere or Final Cut.
Here are some examples with before/after comparisons: http://i.imgur.com/0w17vDs.jpg
And here’s the LUT for download:
I am not quite satisfied with this results yet because I think it degrades the greens a little too much (see Bobba Fett).
I will give more details of how I did it later so that people with more experience can try to do it better than I did.
can you please re-post the lut? I cant find it on mega
can you please repost the lut mega says it is unavailable
has anyone seen or has project blu 2.0?
Adywan did it good.