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[proposal] 007 Purist Redux
#31
There was a living daylights mpeg HDTV rip years back, really grainy no DNR and frozen grain like the Blu-ray
Wish I didn't lose that.
I have the cropped Goldeneye hdtv synced to the blu DTS
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#32
Interesting about TLD having a pre-lowry hdtv airing. You don't remember by any chance if it had slightly more vivid coloring like the SE DVD/LD?

As for logos, it's very difficult to tell what may have gone with each film in each country. And then the reissues changed the logos frequently. The only ones I know for sure are:
OP: MGM-UA
AVTAK: MGM UA
TLD-LTK: New MGM UA floating silver letters opening to regular UA logo
GE-TND: 90's UA logo+ MGM
TWINE: 90's UA plus MGM 75th anniversary logo

I'm completely down for original foreign dubs but I've noticed that even on the SEs they seem to be a mix of original and various surround/5.1 remixes.

If anyone can point me in the right direction of what kind of a PC to build-I'm dying to do so if only to finally finish this project I started researching when the UEs came out.
Damn Fool Idealistic Crusader
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#33
I only know about the logos that were used on the older films thanks to theorists and YouTubers.

And if you're going to color-correct them manually, I must recommend getting BMD output and DaVinci Resolve, not to mention a second monitor.
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#34
I've generally considered these Youtube compilations to be a good (if low quality) guide:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FD8pdKD4C4c
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEKNyz8ZN8A

The maker doesn't give any indication of source - perhaps the US laserdiscs?
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#35
The HDTV were not pre Lowry, they were the exact same masters, in early stage, some with digital noise from TV compression.
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(2017-04-18, 08:21 PM)jonno Wrote: I've generally considered these Youtube compilations to be a good (if low quality) guide:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FD8pdKD4C4c
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEKNyz8ZN8A

The maker doesn't give any indication of source - perhaps the US laserdiscs?

I'm of the opinion that those were merely his best guesses based on available sources. Apparently, a source for Goldfinger with the Hexagon hadn't come up yet, and it still hasn't by now.
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(2017-04-18, 08:45 PM)Stamper Wrote: The HDTV were not pre Lowry, they were the exact same masters, in early stage, some with digital noise from TV compression.

It was pre Lowry 100%
There was a lot of natural grain and some video noise, it was on Usenet years and years ago
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#38
But Lowry made them. They were prior the Blu, but not Lowry, they were made by Lowry too.
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#39
I think some of them are still accessible on some russian tracker.
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