BR: Higher Definition (HDVideoPro, DEC-07)4 RepliesAdd A Reply
Charles de Lauzirika: Even if you read something like "Future Noir: the Making of Blade Runner", which is considered the definitive making-of book, there are still things you have no idea existed before now.
Definitely both are more so technical articles; nonetheless, very informative. I think the full true benefits are experienced only theatrically. Home Video Disc formats are quite flawed in many respects, as they use high compression to fit the film onto a single low capacity disc.
The resulting problem, is usually some issue with digital artifacts, and other related picture anomalies. As well, there is the controversy with the transfer staff; if making further alterations to the picture, using smoothing filters (DNR). And of which, can give the performers a somewhat waxy look to their skin (among other visual oddities).
Although, I don't have any serious complaints about the latest BR disc-transfers, as they are some of the best done to date on Blu-ray. However, of course I am still looking forward to the day we can have the uncompressed transfers, on home video.
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