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[request]anyone think they can fix the nightmare on elm street blu ray set?
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Anyone think they can fix the nightmare on elm street blu ray set? It has black crush it's missing the uncut versions of 1,5,6. Also does anyone think they can get the original audio tracks. ps. please remove my post in the restorations the was a mistake i meant to put it here.
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Black crush, if it is black crush, is usually impossible to fix because no further information on black levels can be gathered from it but sometimes it's just a case of very very dark (but not crushed) blacks and something can come out of it.
Don't know what's the situation of Nightmare on Elm Street, have you searched it around, here and on OT?
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(2016-07-12, 10:05 AM)Evit Wrote: Black crush, if it is black crush, is usually impossible to fix because no further information on black levels can be gathered from it but sometimes it's just a case of very very dark (but not crushed) blacks and something can come out of it.
Don't know what's the situation of Nightmare on Elm Street, have you searched it around, here and on OT?

how was it fix in the star wars despecialized edition then?
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(2016-07-12, 05:51 PM)jedimasterplo Wrote:
(2016-07-12, 10:05 AM)Evit Wrote: Black crush, if it is black crush, is usually impossible to fix because no further information on black levels can be gathered from it but sometimes it's just a case of very very dark (but not crushed) blacks and something can come out of it.
Don't know what's the situation of Nightmare on Elm Street, have you searched it around, here and on OT?

how was it fix in the star wars despecialized edition then?

By using completely different transfer.
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(2016-07-12, 05:51 PM)Colek Wrote:
(2016-07-12, 05:51 PM)jedimasterplo Wrote:
(2016-07-12, 10:05 AM)Evit Wrote: Black crush, if it is black crush, is usually impossible to fix because no further information on black levels can be gathered from it but sometimes it's just a case of very very dark (but not crushed) blacks and something can come out of it.
Don't know what's the situation of Nightmare on Elm Street, have you searched it around, here and on OT?

how was it fix in the star wars despecialized edition then?

By using completely different transfer.

what transfer did they use?
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Despecialized Editions make use of so many different sources, some in high definition or directly from 35mm film!

Home video Blu Rays are only a final product, you can't magically pull stuff out of them. If they burnt the whites or crushed the blacks, those are lost for good. So the real question is, do Nightmare films exist in any other high definition format/edition/release?
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I preserve movies as they first appeared in Italy.
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Isn't the -Request- section intended for the request of help and material for someones own projects?

I do not think that this part of the forum is the correct place for general "could someone please do project [XY]..." threads...
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(2016-07-12, 07:04 PM)MrBrown Wrote: Isn't the -Request- section intended for the request of help and material for someones own projects?

I do not think that this part of the forum is the correct place for general "could someone please do project [XY]..." threads...

then where is the right forum then?
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(2016-07-12, 05:51 PM)Colek Wrote:
(2016-07-12, 05:51 PM)jedimasterplo Wrote:
(2016-07-12, 10:05 AM)Evit Wrote: Black crush, if it is black crush, is usually impossible to fix because no further information on black levels can be gathered from it but sometimes it's just a case of very very dark (but not crushed) blacks and something can come out of it.
Don't know what's the situation of Nightmare on Elm Street, have you searched it around, here and on OT?

how was it fix in the star wars despecialized edition then?

By using completely different transfer.

Actually Harmy managed to get some detail out of crushed areas thanks to high bitrate. At least that's what he said on the "sources" video.

(2016-07-12, 07:35 PM)jedimasterplo Wrote: then where is the right forum then?

There is no right forum for the kind of posts you keep making here and OT.com. You keep asking if someone can do edits you'd want, or if someone "thought" about doing them. I can guarantee that you will never get what you want this way anywhere on the internet.
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Hopefully one day we'll get our hands on a 35mm copy and that will be a different story.
AKA thxita on OriginalTrilogy
I preserve movies as they first appeared in Italy.
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