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Star Trek 1-IV 4k
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[Image: 294202_large.jpg?t=1625794112]Just thought I would pop these here

Screen from the Fathom trailer vs HDTV


https://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/15739


Fathom vs 35mm


https://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/15742

and as its me, only including 7.1 audio on the set pisses me off no end
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Thank you for the screenshots. I really hope these are good releases. The BD looks terrible for these films. The only decent HD release was the HDTV European release, and even that doesn't look great. If they turn out looking anything like the newly released Indiana Jones remasters, I'll be happy with that.
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I wish I had more faith in this set, but Paramount's recent 4K remasters of films from this era - Trading Places, Airplane!, Coming To America - have all had dreadful motion artefacts, revisionist VFX "fixes", revisionist grading and their optical shots destroyed with DNR. Judging by these comparison shots, the Trek remasters have suffered the same fate:

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipPT...5DNmxvT0xR
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(2021-08-04, 06:57 PM)TheLoon Wrote: I wish I had more faith in this set, but Paramount's recent 4K remasters of films from this era - Trading Places, Airplane!, Coming To America - have all had dreadful motion artefacts, revisionist VFX "fixes", revisionist grading and their optical shots destroyed with DNR. Judging by these comparison shots, the Trek remasters have suffered the same fate:

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipPT...5DNmxvT0xR

Aren't the current streaming masters based off of the transfers done for the 2009-2010 blu-ray's of the Star Trek Movies, the ones with the crazy DNR?
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(2021-08-04, 07:21 PM)dwalkerdon Wrote: Aren't the current streaming masters based off of the transfers done for the 2009-2010 blu-ray's of the Star Trek Movies, the ones with the crazy DNR?

They've since been updated with the new 4K masters, including some of the later TNG films as well.
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I have a question, if someone knows the answer.
Does the audio, which is said is the same since the 2009 blurays, have updated sound FX comparing to the original theatrical presentation? I mean like "The Terminator"?
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(2021-09-07, 06:54 PM)titanic Wrote: I have a question, if someone knows the answer.
Does the audio, which is said is the same since the 2009 blurays, have updated sound FX comparing to the original theatrical presentation? I mean like "The Terminator"?

well, we can always sync the 5.1/2.0 Dolby Surround  audio from the R1 DVD's ( the ones released between 1998-2003)
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