Tom & Jerry: The Golden Collection, Volume One Blu-ray

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Postby Bobby Bickert » Thu Oct 27, 2011 6:34 pm

Woody Woodpecker wrote:and use it to track down all lost films,
and make sure when films get reissued that there original titles are not removed or changed.
and stop censorship from happening.


And murder whoever invented DVNR.

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Postby Woody Woodpecker » Thu Oct 27, 2011 6:44 pm

Bobby Bickert wrote:And murder whoever invented DVNR.


Interlacing too.
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Postby GarudaBoy! » Thu Oct 27, 2011 6:54 pm

Woody Woodpecker wrote:Interlacing too.


Interlacing is required to broadcast video on television, unless the broadcast is a progressive-scan broadcast like 1080p, which have only been utilized within the last 15 years.

While most film-based material are deinterlaced for use on DVD (especially as progressive scan DVD players and HDTVs came into prominence), the vast majority of SD video masters exist in interlaced format, and sometimes they may end up on DVD that way.

If you're watching these DVDs on a computer, there are several DVD playing applications (VLC among them) that will properly deinterlace on the fly.

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Postby GarudaBoy! » Thu Oct 27, 2011 6:57 pm

Bobby Bickert wrote:And murder whoever invented DVNR.


There is nothing wrong with digital video noise reduction, when it is done properly. Disney feature releases tend to be done better than Warner Bros. releases.

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Postby Mr. Jinks » Thu Oct 27, 2011 8:25 pm

I was very dissappointed in how "Puttin On The Dog" looked as it was one of my favorites....In general, this short has the sharpest and clearest soundtrack of all the shorts (in my opinion).

How about we rank the picture quality of the worst 10 shorts....1 being the worst
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Postby Mr. Jinks » Thu Oct 27, 2011 8:54 pm

Looks like some DVNR in Mouse in Manhattan towards the end
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Postby matiasdf » Thu Oct 27, 2011 9:23 pm

GarudaBoy! wrote:There is nothing wrong with digital video noise reduction, when it is done properly. Disney feature releases tend to be done better than Warner Bros. releases.
This.
Of course I'm entitled to the absolute best if I'm gonna actually pay for it.

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Postby Bannedcartoonfan » Thu Oct 27, 2011 10:23 pm

matiasdf wrote:This.


What?


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