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Old 06-22-2014, 07:31 PM   #21
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DNR is a digital process that always kills detail, delivering a picture that is far from the original. Understood this, is hard to find reasons to use it.

The thing is that you can substract detail with your TV/projector sharpness adjustments, but you can't recover it, so the best way is to not mess with the picture and put it in the disc the way is meant to.
+1. Studios need to leave it to the consumer to manage grain, mpeg noice, etc. Just give us a true to the source transfer and everything will be A OK!!
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The first review on Amazon said it was DNR'd to death...
Why cant anyone seem to make a good bluray transfer of this movie?


And Shout Factory has a decent reputation for transfering older movies to bluray like "The Thing" and "To Live and Die in LA" I'm ordering it anyway to see for myself.
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