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[Released] The Chronicles Of Riddick (2004)[Fundamental Collection™ #011]
The Chronicles Of Riddick (2004) Fundamental Collection [#011]

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Riddick, now a hunted man, finds himself in the middle of two opposing forces in a major crusade. Colm Feore plays Lord Marshal, a warrior priest who is the leader of a sect that is waging the tenth and perhaps final crusade 500 years in the future. Judi Dench is Aereon, an ambassador from the Elemental race. She is an ethereal being who helps Riddick unearth his origins.

[Fundamental Collection™ #011]
  • Theatrical Edition
  • Open Matte video (non-original OAR)
  • Multichannel DTS 5.1 audio tracks in five main European languages
    (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish)
  • Full subtitles in the same languages, and an English SDH track
Screenshot comparison: top Blu-ray, bottom Fundamental Collection

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Technical data


Blu-ray (BD-25)


1080p High-Definition
1.78:1 open matte (2.35:1 original aspect ratio)
framerate 23.976fps
AVC encoded 21mpbs avg bitrate, 32.3mpbs max


DTS 5.1: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish


Full: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
SDH: English

Release date: 2017-05-09

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Do "we" have the cinema DTS for this film?
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"We" do, still waiting for it; as it would have the same size of the actual DTS track, whenever it will be available it will be just a matter of demux/remux!
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"We" got the Cinema DTS track, thanks to our friend Jetrell Fo Ok

I put roughly the first reel in sync with BD DTS core (from DTS-HD MA) track, just to get comparable results; they are pretty the same, according to waveforms on Audacity; Cinema DTS has surround tracks more alive, while BD usually has the sub track hotter - even if sometimes it's muted, while live onto Cinema DTS.

So, even if they are pretty similar, with the "remastered" version I have in mind, using a BD-50, I think it would be nice to have both DTS-HD MA and Cinema DTS, don't you think?

Last thing: its phase is inverted in comparison to BD, I don't think it's a problem per se, so I would leave it "as is".
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(2017-05-21, 06:15 PM)spoRv Wrote: Cinema DTS has surround tracks more alive, while BD usually has the sub track hotter - even if sometimes it's muted, while live onto Cinema DTS.

If I understand you correctly, the LFE channel usually goes deeper on the BD, but there are stretches in which it's active.  In that case, a hybrid track might be feasible – something like I did with MaC.

I'm curious about the phase inversion.  What's that all about?
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With Waterworld, I used the HD-DVD LFE channel because the lack of it on the Cinema DTS one; but for this, I'd prefer to leave the track untouched, as there will be both tracks available.

Inversed phase: when Cinema DTS track has a peak, the BD track has a depression, and vice versa; not a problem indeed - until you would replace a single subtrack, as I did with Waterworld; in that case, I changed the phase of the replaced LFE - or the contary? It's the same, though.
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That's the opposite that I found with The Dark Knight's Cinema DTS. It had deeper more powerful LFE then the BD's track. Although the BD's sounded more refined. Funny how that works.
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Agree: analyzed also AVP few minutes ago; Cinema DTS has the LFE more active than BD; still inverted phase.
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I still don't understand why the phase is inverted. There must be some explanation.
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