HTF HD REVIEW: The Brothers Grimm (Blu-Ray)

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  1. Ben_Williams

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    Thanks for the excellent review. I was waiting for confirmation of what I saw on my projection system. The picture and sound were superb. I have updated my Samsung with the latest firmware released last week.
     
  3. Michel_Hafner

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    The HD comes from the digital intermediate. No print involved.
     
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    That's good to know! Thanks for the info... it certainly helps explain the pristine nature of the video.
     
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    Thanks for the review. I have this on SD unopened still, but have now decided to get this anyway and make the BD the initial viewing, since there's probably a lot of eye candy in this one! [​IMG]
     
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    No "print", sure, but the 35mm film negative that the Digital Intermediate was transfered from was still involved...

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  7. Ben_Williams

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    Isn't just about everything going through the digital intermediate phase now in telecine and to simplify editing via Avid?
     
  8. Michel_Hafner

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    Sure. it was shot on film, not with a digital camera. You see a digital version of the camera negative which is in itself very cool and impossible with film since you can't project a (camera) negative. Well, you can, but it would be pointless and never considered because it's not a positive, not graded and damage to the master element is not acceptable.
     
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    Thanks, I was not sure if I was going to pick this one up. I already have the SD of it but now, I just might.
     

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