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Ep4 blu-ray lightsaber duel blobs!

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by clubjunkie, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. clubjunkie

    clubjunkie Auditioning

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    So i have watched episodes 1-3 on blu-ray and found no issues. Then i get to Episode 4 and a few weird things happen. The opening crawl changes from yellow to orange and back again. luke's lighsaber as he trains with the remote on the falcon has jagged edges. then the lightsaber duel comes and i see a lot of this... [​IMG] [​IMG] Has anyone else seen this...? (Sorry about the poor quality, they are just taken with a camera as i had no way to get a screenshotof the playback) thanks.
     
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    Just watched ESB: Openign crawl same issue. THe light saber fight on dagobah likewise blobs but thankfully not on the main fight.
     
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    The lightsaber 'blobs' have always been there, only not quite so prominent due to the darker, flatter look of previous home video versions.
     
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    youre kidding me! wow. I never saw them before even on an up-scaled DVD on the same (pretty good) TV. Thanks for the reply.
     
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    interesting, moviepas. this was fine at load time, just freaked out like this during the saber fight. but to me it definitely looks like an error on the source, not with the playback.
     

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