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For ChrisWiggles and mhafner since the Apocalypse Now thread isn't really the best place to discuss color resolution.



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Well, I see the issues best in credits and the like where there can be saturated colors and fine detail, much more than in regular live action footage.

But there too. Example: http://images.blu-ray.com/reviews/3634_4_1080p.jpg Thin white line of left red car is polluted with red. There is bleeding at least partially due to the subsampling.

With more and more BDs coming from 4K sources from Red One, Epic etc. with very high MTF in the 1080p version there will be more live action visibly affected by this subsampling. I want 4:2:2 10 bit 4K as the next standard. :) Maybe RedRay for download will offer it.
 
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