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The Matrix 35mm Regrade?
#11
For completeness' sake, here's the 2.0:

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Personally I agree there's something off about the grading, but I think you'd have to go back to the source to fix it.
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#12
Italian 35mm print with English Cinema DTS & English LD PCM audio will be released one day?
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#13
Where did that screenshot of the Italian print come from?
Finest kind.
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#14
It's from a sample that's been posted some time ago. The purpose was to show the intermission card that came up right after this scene.
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#15
No to Green!  Big Grin
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#16
(2020-03-23, 08:59 PM)ilovewaterslides Wrote: Here we go with the comparison Big Grin 

CAM rip

This is such a blast from the past. I used to have the CAMrip on a VHS back in 1999, alongside The Phantom Menace, with that "Z" moving around the screen every once in a while.
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#17
I did a quick white balance correction of the v2.0 still with Neo and the spoon - I corrected a "greyish" area (hard to find in this still) and it becomes more like the Italian Print. 
Clearly the V2.0 version has more contrast and a bit more saturation.

But I dont know what Bill Pope decided to do on the analogue R G B grade - maybe it was more red/yellow then all can remember?

WB corrected V2.0 
   

Untouched V2.0
   
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#18
(2020-04-09, 03:29 AM)marin888 Wrote:
No to Green!  Big Grin
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What source is this, is it captured from a theater screening? I can see it has (burned in?) norwegian subtitles.
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#19
Caps are from 16 or 35mm screening @ 8mm forum.
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#20
Looks way more like the original prints.

For some reason, the brothers (now sisters) completely messed the film on DVD, then further destroyed it with the sequel color timing recall.
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