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Old Yesterday, 06:09 AM   #681
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I'm no expert, but I feel as though the DNR was applied (seemingly on and off on a shot by shot basis?) to the DI before the filmout, and the grain in this transfer is a result of the subsequent filmout scan, and the grain we are seeing is not inherent to the film in it's original state. Unlike Shaun which clearly has the identical grain structure of the existing BD transfer.
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Old Yesterday, 06:44 AM   #682
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hi on the UK 4k edition of the cornetto trilogy
there's French parisian or French canadian audio track on the 3 movies?
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I'm no expert, but I feel as though the DNR was applied (seemingly on and off on a shot by shot basis?) to the DI before the filmout, and the grain in this transfer is a result of the subsequent filmout scan, and the grain we are seeing is not inherent to the film in it's original state. Unlike Shaun which clearly has the identical grain structure of the existing BD transfer.

I don't think this was a film-out. They would convert and manipulate the 2k DI instead in the digital domain. Not all the studios do the same thing as Lionsgate (though even they are inconsistent).
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Old Yesterday, 11:34 AM   #684
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Something weird *has* happened to Fuzz though, the chromatic fringing (NOT lens aberration) that comes and goes throughout the movie would be enough on its own to raise some questions. It kinda looks more like an analogue artefact than a digital one.
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I thought these were decent enough PQ/AQ upgrades over the BD's (some better than others but all still fare better for the most part, so for the friendly asking price, heh, they're worth it, especially if you love all three movies and I sure do), shame they didn't get more love from Universal of course...but it is what it is.

I have a free digital code avail, just PM me (first to strike naturally).

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