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Tron Legacy comparison *PIX*

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Edited by Xylon - 9/17/12 at 11:16pm
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Looks better than Avatar in my book
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Wow that is a bad looking DVD
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

Wow that is a bad looking DVD

No kiddin'.. the compression noise in some of those shots is some of the worst I've seen. Ever.
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No kiddin'.. the compression noise in some of those shots is some of the worst I've seen. Ever.

Agreed. It's pretty ridiculous. When I backup 9GB retail DVDs on to 4.7GB DVDs, they don't have that kind of compression noise at all. How large are the A/V files on the DVD? Reminds me of the 'Inception' DVD, but way worse.
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This was one great looking blu ray. But im not sure if I am going to keep the rip taking up space on my harddrive, I thought the movie was awful.

I dont know if i should keep it for demo material or not.
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Mind if I put my original Tron comparisons here?

Blu-ray | Full bitrate HDNet (DVD is from the same master)
















Looks like there's a some Lucas-ing going on in #12
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Originally Posted by eric.exe View Post

Looks like there's a some Lucas-ing going on in #12

Yeah! WHAT is up with that?
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Wow the Tron Blu-ray is far better.... that HDnet transfer has all that digital noise like TGSET Blu-ray. Even though some parts of the Tron Blu look a bit smoothed out it looks incredibly good
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These from the 2-D only release, or the 3-D? Apparently, there is a noticeable difference in quality, with the 2-D only disc looking better.
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Originally Posted by eric.exe View Post

Looks like there's a some Lucas-ing going on in #12

It's ruined! My childhood has been destroyed. Why ruin a classic? I hate CGI!!!

/Sarcasm
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Wow, does that blu-ray ever look better. Then again holy cow does that DVD look awful even for DVD!
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Wow, the closeups in 4, 6, and 8 (original Tron) look like they were shot yesterday! Very nice. I had no doubts about Legacy.

I bought the 5-disc pack with 3-D Blu-ray, 2-D Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Copy, etc... I'm very excited!

P.S. I love both movies not matter how cheesy.
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Originally Posted by skibum5000 View Post

Wow, does that blu-ray ever look better. Then again holy cow does that DVD look awful even for DVD!

The DVD shot of the light cycle! The DVD is just horrid!
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Original Tron was playing on a Sony Bravia at a local BV store today and from what I saw of it I was definitely impressed.
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Wow, the DVD does look bad! Can't wait to get my 5-disc copy in and hear the soundtrack!
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Originally Posted by MoFoHo View Post

The DVD is just horrid!

The $$$ people were paying for it was "horrid: too!
'cept too me!
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CG Bridges looks more convicing in the DVD shot, in the first post.

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Originally Posted by Rumbo View Post

CG Bridges looks more convicing in the DVD shot, in the first post.

lol

That's the first thing I thought.
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Originally Posted by pcweber111 View Post

That's the first thing I thought.

I think the problem is that his face in the movie looks like a younger version of his current face. Where he looked a bit different overall when he was younger.. Your mind knows this, and thinks it looks fake.. When I look at the Blu shot, there is nothing technically wrong with his (CGI) face, it just looks off.
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It's the lighting that throws it off as well, I think.
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