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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

I do not have to explain myself to you, unless you plan on doing the same for all of your posts.
You need to stop reading into things with your own agenda.
Some times things are just skin deep, and maybe I posted it so people can look and make their own minds up but the same chorus defense force sprung into action like clockwork.

Everyone sees exactly what you are doing. And that's a good thing.
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Compression aside, it's remarkable how much it looks like the old HDTV transfer...
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Originally Posted by haineshisway View Post

Everyone sees exactly what you are doing. And that's a good thing.


Again all in your head.
I own jaws and my mostly positive thoughts are in here, but selective reading must be fun, along with the weather in your world.
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Compression aside, it's remarkable how much it looks like the old HDTV transfer...

I felt like that ever since the first real caps showed up. IMO, it doesn't look like any of the 4k restoration we've seen up to now.

Furthermore, that reasoning of DNR being applied to even things out and make it look more consistent doesn't soud right to me at all rolleyes.gif
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