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Old 06-08-2019, 10:45 AM   #21
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Yep. That master was released in Germany too.

Now where's an update on the UHD?
I've been told (!) that Capelight stated that the Capelight UHD is supposed to use a new 4K master (as in not the one used on the Capelight BD). Again, so I've been told! So don't shoot me, if not correct. But IMO it makes a lot of sense and might explain why we didn't hear anything re. the UHD for a while.

I cancelled the Arrow again at any rate, because sth is telling me that we'll see a Capelight UHD with the same new 4K master.

EDIT: And yes, the UHD is (obviously) still supposed to come.

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I remember the restoration extra in Korean blu-ray said they used some photochemical ways to print the film to achieve the special color and contrast, so when they did the new restoration, they could only scan the IP, not OCN.
Forthcoming Arrow release should be from OCN:
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Brand new 4K restoration from the original camera negative supervised by director Park Chan-wook
So can we assume that German UHD is pretty much same new 4K transfer albeit presented in 2160p opposite to Arrow's 1080p on BD.
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Layman here - sourcing from the OCN is the preferred choice compared to an inter-positive from a visual and audio standpoint? Thank you.
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Layman here - sourcing from the OCN is the preferred choice compared to an inter-positive from a visual and audio standpoint?
From a visual standpoint, there is no better source. For audio, it’s irrelevant as audio is recorded and mixed separately from the OCN or any other picture source.
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