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Restoration tips: PaNup™
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Tried this on a video with two different sources... amazing how much definition I could get from there!

I think I will try a blend of Mad Max 2 Pal & NTSC DVDs just to see how it improves.

Also thinking Mad Max 1 adding the original NTSC DVD + original Pal DVD + NTSC DVD remaster + Blu-ray.

As they all use the same master, but with different color schemes on the NTSC DVD remaster + Blu-ray. I think this could restore the Blu to it's actual colors and definition.
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In the latter case you could just merge the chroma plane!
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