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Released Mad Max (1979) [DEFΙΠΙTΙVΔ #001]
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Mad Max (1979) [DEFΙΠΙTΙVΔ #001]

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Technical data

Format:

Matroska .mkv

Video:

2160p Ultra High Definition
widescreen 2.35:1 original aspect ratio
framerate 23.976fps
HEVC encoded 54mpbs 10bit
(*should* be UHD-BD compliant)

Audio:

DTS-HD MA 2.0 from BD: English
DD 2.0 640kbps from DVD: Australian, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
DD 2.0 224kbps from BD: French

Subtitles:

English, French, German, Italian, Spanish

Notes:

UHD used as source; DVD used as color reference with acclaimed ColourMatch™ regrading technique
The aim of the project is preserving the UHD higher quality, retaining the "spirit" of the DVD color - that *probably* is close to theatical presentation; do note that this regrade is somewhat different in some shots in comparison to DVD color and/or contrast


Screenshot comparison: http://www.framecompare.com/image-compar...n/D77PLNNX

Release date: 2019-06-10

Thanks to:
Stamper for the DVD and all the audio and subtitles tracks - his project could be found here: https://forum.fanres.com/thread-2616.html
Chewtobacca for general help

Note: DEFΙΠΙTΙVΔ is stilized version of DEFINITIVA
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Hell yeah!
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Great stuff! Ideally the Australian mono track should be the default audio; the way they are listed out here makes it look like the DTS-MA one might be. Not a huge deal, but just a heads up to anyone who watches: If you're going to watch this for the first time, switch to the Australian audio.
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Actually, Australian is the default audio track.
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I'm still interested in your ColourMatch™ script / technique.
Any chance of you sharing a little bit of your magic box Wink
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This is amazing. Just watched the movie in 4k the other day. And the colors looked strange to me. Now i know why.
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16mm
https://imgur.com/KHyGILd
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(2019-06-10, 12:06 PM)spoRv Wrote: UHD used as source; DVD used as color reference with acclaimed ColourMatch™ regrading technique
The aim of the project is preserving the UHD higher quality, retaining the "spirit" of the DVD color - that *probably* is close to theatical presentation; do note that this regrade is somewhat different in some shots in comparison to DVD color and/or contrast

What was the UHD source? I remember there was a planned German 4K Blu Ray release but as far as I know it never happened. Was it released somewhere else in UHD?

Whatever the source this looks like a great project.
Program material is recorded on the other side of this disc...
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Looks "definitive" to me! I'm loving those colors
AKA thxita on OriginalTrilogy
I preserve movies as they first appeared in Italy.
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(2020-04-09, 04:07 PM)HippieDalek Wrote: What was the UHD source? I remember there was a planned German 4K Blu Ray release but as far as I know it never happened. Was it released somewhere else in UHD?

Whatever the source this looks like a great project.

I believe it was a web-DL that went around.

You going to continue this series spoRv?
New members: Please do not post or PM asking where to get something. Stick around and make some friends. Then someone will help you.

Looking For:

Alien 1999 Master Japanese BSHI Broadcast 1080i mid 2000s
Blade Runner DC Pre-BD US HDTV Broadcast 1080i 2005 (blade.runner.1080i.dd5.1.oar)
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