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post #91 of 102
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Originally Posted by Icaro View Post

Ok, the Main feature (2007) preserves the original AR,

but where did it end the grain and dust typical acquisition from OCN,
sharpness and dynamic, white balance,
colorimetry less saturated and more natural,
content in the video excerpt from the bonus features Turning Like Clockwork ?


Main feature Bonus features

Main feature Bonus features

Main feature Bonus features

Main feature Bonus features

Main feature Bonus features


Note
(the main feature is always the same encoded video 2007 in VC-1, the new bonus features is presented in AVC and much lower bitrate)

Is coming perhaps a further edition, less or rather filtered ?


Meanwhile, I hope for a new encoded,
with the video of the new bonus features
but naturally with proper AR and enough bitrate

we want open a petition ?

The Doc is better but looks shapened with some EE in the tramp shot
Plus Back to the Future and Star Trek are before it in a petition queue
post #92 of 102
Ok look at thoose three comparisons and tell me about it...

http://www.imieibluray.com/Capture_B...parison_33.png

http://www.imieibluray.com/Capture_B...parison_31.png

http://www.imieibluray.com/Capture_B...parison_37.png

I think Clockwork Orange deserves a petition far more than BTTF and Star Trek

BTTF especially is far more watchable than this. Even on 100''.
post #93 of 102
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Originally Posted by DartDVD View Post

Ok look at thoose three comparisons and tell me about it... http://www.imieibluray.com/Capture_B...parison_33.png

http://www.imieibluray.com/Capture_B...parison_31.png

http://www.imieibluray.com/Capture_B...parison_37.png

I think Clockwork Orange deserves a petition far more than BTTF and Star Trek

BTTF especially is far more wathcable than this. Even on 100''.

They are soft and filtered and no where near as bad as ST or BTTF.
Plus I used the definitive IS, as in the Doc IS better but this disc has been out and looking like this for years now
post #94 of 102
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

the Doc IS better but this disc has been out and looking like this for years now

The Anniversary edition came out just days ago.
With the same awful video but with a documentary that shows us the "real" image quality. I mean the piece is packed with scenes from the movie that looks like the comparison I posted above.

Seems like a bad joke to me...

I'm all for Star Trek remastered but I don't see why this shouldn't be remastered too.

They should have done it for this release. And it seems they did, but for some reason they didn't put it on the BD.

They put just a bunch of scenes in the documentary
post #95 of 102
wow thanks for sharing these pics DartDVD!
incredible that noone seems really interested about that.

post #96 of 102
i was about to buy it just few moments ago...luckily i saw this SS comparison... to me, clockwork orange remains on the shelf til warner will give us new disc with the transfer of the documentary! PETITION!!!
post #97 of 102
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Originally Posted by Dark_zero View Post

wow thanks for sharing these pics DartDVD!
incredible that noone seems really interested about that.


I am certainly interested. Thanks for your effort in putting those together.

It's funny, if this were MGM (a studio that is in dire financial straits) then we would almost certainly received a release in line with those clips from the documentary, and with a maxed-out video bitrate encode to boot.
post #98 of 102
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Originally Posted by DartDVD View Post


The Anniversary edition came out just days ago.
With the same awful video but with a documentary that shows us the "real" image quality. I mean the piece is packed with scenes from the movie that looks like the comparison I posted above.

Seems like a bad joke to me...

I'm all for Star Trek remastered but I don't see why this shouldn't be remastered too.

They should have done it for this release. And it seems they did, but for some reason they didn't put it on the BD.

They put just a bunch of scenes in the documentary

The doc does not look like a remaster just a pure unfiltered telecine
post #99 of 102
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

The doc does not look like a remaster just a pure unfiltered telecine

Exact,
if they at Warner are not able to remove a little dust digitally
for me, would be sufficient that they encode this master simply so as is: pure unfiltered.
should not even make a new scan or remaster,
but use that already have.
post #100 of 102
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I seriously doubt it
post #101 of 102
The 4K master was already completed and screened before the digibook edition came out and they didn't use it there either. This will just be a reissue in standard packaging, probably with the second disc removed. Bet on it.
post #102 of 102
Well, I guess they have to start saving new 4k transfers for the next home video format. Odds are saying the 2013 holidays with the release of consumer UHDTV's. We'll then see if the studios start uprezzing older transfers and calling them 4k or not. The buzz on the internet will be savage if that happens. Then the next wave of media and electronics will fail miserably.
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