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Old Yesterday, 04:24 PM   #8861
Lyle_JP Lyle_JP is offline
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Originally Posted by jonmoz View Post
and that's before we get to those amazing individuals with mamories like elephants,
Please tell me that's not what you meant to say.
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Old Yesterday, 04:28 PM   #8862
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Originally Posted by HeavyHitter View Post
There have been countless times on this forum people have been disappointed with a Blu-ray's color merely because it doesn't look like another previous format which they are used to seeing. We see people taking screenshots almost daily of DVDs to compared to Blu-rays and then scream, "See, the DVD didn't have that green or orange tint!" (yet they ignore the magenta tint and orange skewing that most DVDS have among other things).

The fact of the matter is: The processes involved in Blu-ray mastering and color timing are far superior than what has been applied to any other format and the Blu-ray is far more likely to look like the original film compared to the other formats. Any insider or person who works inside of the industry will tell you this, but you're going to believe what you want to believe evidently.
Well, the only movie I've seen so far that really stands out to me as hideous on BD because of extra tint is The Patriot. I prefer the DVD.
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