Originally Posted by madshi
It's hard me to understand how a movie studio can screw up like this. Unfortunately it seems to be the rule rather than the exception. When will studios finally learn that DNR filtering and EE are *BAD* things?
As a general rule: When a broadcasts beats the Blu-Ray, some heads should roll.
I've just cancelled my Gladiator Blu-Ray preorder.
I'm sure the FX artists who worked on this will check this out and just love seeing that many of their digital flaming arrows have now disappeared because of some program some nitwit supervising the transfer implemented. Oh well, the program just thought they were
"noise" or that ultimate home video boogeyman, "grain"...
oh and that soldier really didn't need that spear to be solid. You have GOT to be kidding me...