I knew DNR was invented for a reason. This is that reason.
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11/8/10 at 4:13pm
That actually is a good point. Alot of the print damage has been removed. I rented the dvd to compare after I purchased the bluray synched the audio and switched back and forth. Minor improvement in PQ and alot of the print damage is gone. This along with Clash of the Titans would be great films for Lowry. There is a real art to keeping grain levels consistent throughout the film. The Bond titles sequences are great examples as they are noticably softer and grainier on the OCN. Lowry degrained them to match the rest of the film and resharpened them. I know DNR and EE are dangerous terms, but in the hands of someone who knows what they are doing the results can be stunning.