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[proposal] Apollo 13 - open matte 16:9
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If I recall correctly, there was someone interested in a restoration of the open matte 1.78:1 of "Apollo 13"; found the 720p HDTV, it's not that bad at all, even if it could be maybe improved a bit - grain plate SHOULD be added!

Comparisons:

BD vs HD-DVD
http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/191965
BD vs HDTV
http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/191964
HD-DVD vs HDTV
http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/191962

I took this image because it has those tiny figures on the wall, good for comparisons... as you can see, HD-DVD has a lot more image than BD; HDTV has almost all the sides of HD-DVD, plus of course a lot more on top and bottom; color wise, HDTV is similar to BD, but don't know which has the *right* color grading.

Now, I wonder if the Imax DVD 1.66:1 has more image on top and bottom of the 1.78:1 (probable) or it's just a cut or P&S version of the latter.

Audio: the laserdisc DTS has a different mix than HD-DVD and BD, it should be the same of DTS Cinema - that, by the way, is also available!
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(2016-11-27, 12:28 PM)spoRv Wrote: If I recall correctly, there was someone interested in a restoration of the open matte 1.78:1 of "Apollo 13"; found the 720p HDTV, it's not that bad at all, even if it could be maybe improved a bit - grain plate SHOULD be added!

Comparisons:

BD vs HD-DVD
http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/191965
BD vs HDTV
http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/191964
HD-DVD vs HDTV
http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/191962

I took this image because it has those tiny figures on the wall, good for comparisons... as you can see, HD-DVD has a lot more image than BD; HDTV has almost all the sides of HD-DVD, plus of course a lot more on top and bottom; color wise, HDTV is similar to BD, but don't know which has the *right* color grading.

Now, I wonder if the Imax DVD 1.66:1 has more image on top and bottom of the 1.78:1 (probable) or it's just a cut or P&S version of the latter.

Audio: the laserdisc DTS has a different mix than HD-DVD and BD, it should be the same of DTS Cinema - that, by the way, is also available!

I got the Fullscreen (Open matte) DVD which includes the IMAX version on disc two

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Apollo-13-DVD-R...=apollo+13

Also got the original DTS DVD as well. This film has always interested me both story wise and technically
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(2016-12-01, 11:13 PM)Bigrob Wrote:
(2016-11-27, 12:28 PM)spoRv Wrote: If I recall correctly, there was someone interested in a restoration of the open matte 1.78:1 of "Apollo 13"; found the 720p HDTV, it's not that bad at all, even if it could be maybe improved a bit - grain plate SHOULD be added!

Comparisons:

BD vs HD-DVD
http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/191965
BD vs HDTV
http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/191964
HD-DVD vs HDTV
http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/191962

I took this image because it has those tiny figures on the wall, good for comparisons... as you can see, HD-DVD has a lot more image than BD; HDTV has almost all the sides of HD-DVD, plus of course a lot more on top and bottom; color wise, HDTV is similar to BD, but don't know which has the *right* color grading.

Now, I wonder if the Imax DVD 1.66:1 has more image on top and bottom of the 1.78:1 (probable) or it's just a cut or P&S version of the latter.

Audio: the laserdisc DTS has a different mix than HD-DVD and BD, it should be the same of DTS Cinema - that, by the way, is also available!

I got the Fullscreen (Open matte) DVD which includes the IMAX version on disc two

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Apollo-13-DVD-R...=apollo+13

Also got the original DTS DVD as well. This film has always interested me both story wise and technically


I tried some experiments upscaling that with TVIscale/Inpainting (I can improve it now days)

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