Wasn't the only dropped extra "When Carol Met Larry"?Quote:
Originally Posted by Partyslammer /t/1417488/ed-wood#post_22171381
I wonder if this release will include the deleted extras that were only on the recalled 1st edition of the dvd release....
Originally Posted by khronikos /t/1417488/ed-wood#post_22374213
Actually a pristine print at 15Mbps looks like garbage to me. Maybe you should put IMO on the end of your sentence there because that is all it is really. You can't have one without the other.
Originally Posted by khronikos /t/1417488/ed-wood#post_22375167
Oh god. Neither. Predator needs a full scale release. I love that film. Probably my favorite action film ever. It's a damn shame what they have done to those skintones and grain. I guess the first release I would have to take lol. I can see your point there but I was talking in the sense of no DNR and no manipulation just transfers and bitrate. Yeah, DNR changes the whole game.
Something I have heard banded around for a few years now is Super 2K and inherently, obviously because of the name and cost, it is better than 2K? Technically, yes I guess it is slightly better than standard 2K but it still is 2K? The point is Super 2K tends to be an over scan, such as at 4K or 6K, then clever algorithms scale the image back down to 2K - the companies offering 'Super 2K', their algorithms have as much myth and legend as the secret ingredients in the spicy covering of a KFC piece of chicken!
I would say that a lot of the sampling is Nyquist? If you really would like to understand the mathematics behind Nyquist Sampling then simply take a look, good luck. If not, it is a very clever way of interpolating or rounding excessive data, such as 3 pixels into one.
Originally Posted by dvdmike007 /t/1417488/ed-wood#post_22376338
I would say that a lot of the sampling is Nyquist?