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Top Gun 1986 4K
#41
It does, its not the original mix so it needs that.
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#42
(2020-05-21, 11:08 PM)BDgeek Wrote: I had never heard of the subtitle option to mask it back to scope, very ingenious solution.

Forgive me for going off topic for a moment, but... We've started using this technique with reel change markers too. There is now a .sup file for 4K83 to allow people who like seeing the reel change markers to turn them back on.
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(2020-05-26, 09:25 PM)williarob Wrote:
(2020-05-21, 11:08 PM)BDgeek Wrote: I had never heard of the subtitle option to mask it back to scope, very ingenious solution.

Forgive me for going off topic for a moment, but... We've started using this technique with reel change markers too. There is now a .sup file for 4K83 to allow people who like seeing the reel change markers to turn them back on.
I don't mind at all.
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#44
Had to cancel my order due to finances, I love Tony Scott so this makes me sad
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(2020-05-27, 03:15 PM)dvdmike Wrote: Had to cancel my order due to finances, I love Tony Scott so this makes me sad
It's a tough time for all us. Stay safe and save your money.
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#46
(2020-05-24, 08:56 AM)weegee2392 Wrote:
(2020-05-24, 07:08 AM)BDgeek Wrote: Thanks for the answer dwalkerdon!

I've read on foruns elsewhere that the DTHD track on the CE is a very problematic track (I don't really remember why, but I'll try to find out). Anyway, it's a 5.1-EX track, so I don't really think it's the 70mm mix.

Based on PDB information and from what I gathered later, I do believe the LD is indeed the best source for the 70mm mix. Maybe the original DVD ports over that track, but I'm not sure.
I believe it's this one: https://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/21964/LV-1692-WS/Top-Gun or https://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/25690/PILF-2284/Top-Gun
EDIT: BTW if you want to know the delay for the 2008 BD audio to the remastered blu-ray and maybe UHD disc it's around 4700-4800 ms.
After a few trys, the delay for the 2006 dvd audio (even though it's the Full Screen Version) to the remastered blu-ray is 1800 ms. EDIT BTW It's the R1 version, IDK about PAL versions.
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