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Idea LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring Netflix Rip.
#31
At the very least, it looks like the width focus matches, while the height adds a few extra lines to the top and bottom between the two.
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(2018-01-30, 10:10 AM)zoidberg Wrote: No worries. Quick question, is Die Hard: With A Vengeance on your Netflix? There's a chance that if it is streaming it could be the new master.

I just checked and Netflix US does not have any of the Die Hard movies. Sorry. I'll keep an eye open for it. Have you considered trying to browse different countries' Netflix sites with a VPN? I used to do that several years ago to bypass region blocking, but I haven't done it in quite some time. Not sure if Netflix figured out a way to block that or not.
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Thanks for checking 44rh1n. I've considered it but the VPNs that work cost more than the Netflix subscription! Plus I would have to run two PCs in order to capture anything.
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Is there any website that would allow me to see if movie is available on Netflix and in which country?
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Answering myself: https://unogs.com/
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(2018-01-30, 11:26 PM)zoidberg Wrote: Thanks for checking 44rh1n. I've considered it but the VPNs that work cost more than the Netflix subscription! Plus I would have to run two PCs in order to capture anything.

Yeah that sounds like it would be a pain. Nevermind, hah.
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Ok guys. Quick update. So I acquired a capture card to use with my HDMI splitter and Roku, and I've been able to capture ProRes 422 HQ, so the quality is really great. HOWEVER, I've run into a couple of snags.

1. The capture from my Roku 3 looks great, but the Roku 3 is only capable of outputting 30fps, which is lame. I'd like to get 23.976 so that there aren't any frame glitches and so we can sync it with the Blu-ray audio.

2. I tried my Roku Ultra instead, and it was able to output 24fps! Still not 23.976, which is lame, but maybe it's close enough? BUT there's a big problem: the colors are super dark when I capture from the Roku Ultra instead of the Roku 3.

So my dilemma is: I can get a beautiful, color-accurate image out of the Roku 3, but it's 30fps. Or I can get a 24fps output from the Roku Ultra, but it looks WAY too dark.

Any ideas about what to do? Do any of you know of a different streaming box that can output Netflix at 23.976fps AND doesn't have any color shifts?

If you're interested, I uploaded a couple short sample clips in ProRes 422 HQ. One's from the 30fps capture, and one's from the 24fps capture. PM me if you'd like the link to those!
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