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|Originally posted by Dan Smith:
I watched it last night and saw NO ringing at all. Actually the bright scenes are outstanding, clear with no flicker or edge enhancement or any other anomalies.
The only two complaints that I have are that the blacks are a little washed out and the colors are a little under-saturated. All in all the transfer does the film justice. Great soundtrack also, very involving and keeps you in the mood. Do not worry, you will enjoy it when you see it and it's such a good movie I doubt you'll have any complaints about the transfer.
BTW if it's relevant, I watched on my 40H80 with a Sony DVP-S7000 and an iScan Pro http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif
|Originally posted by alberich:
I don't know if this is relevant but I have the region 3 version and I don't see any edge enhancement anywhere in the movie. Also I find the color and black level to be excellent.
I view the DVD played by an Mpact based Cassini HTPC with a Viewsonic PJL 830 DLP projecting to a 7 feet wide Da-Lite Matte white screen.
I wonder if the region 1 release is a different DVD transfer that the region 3?
|Originally posted by stephane Bervas:
Has anybody seen the zone2 version of this dvd yet?
It has been edited by warner if I remember correctly...
Perhaps is there less edge enhancement on that one ! (each time I see the editor of a dvd is CTHV, I'm afraid of the edge enhancement I would find on it.They have it all at a different degree, but it's always there)