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  1. Vern Dias

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    Who knows? Universal and maybe the facility that was contracted to do the scan from the film elements to the digital master file. There are two distinct steps in creating the physical media we purchase when the original source is motion picture film. The first (scanning) involves creating a...
  2. Vern Dias

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    Did you read my post? Criterion would not have seen the issue if it was caused by a error that was created before they started the actual mastering.
  3. Vern Dias

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    Not what I am seeing on my JVC RS57. Are you watching the disc from the double bill or an older release?
  4. Vern Dias

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    Heckerling is a director, not a cinematographer. She might not have noticed it. Only some of us are anal-rententive :D.
  5. Vern Dias

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    Thanks. Here's my theory: Whoever initially scanned the film elements and created the DI (digital intermediate) file flat out screwed up and mis-framed the image. (Although, I suppose there could have been some damage to the film element or other extenuating circumstance requiring this.)...
  6. Vern Dias

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    Could someone please post that attached chart?
  7. Vern Dias

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    I'm sticking with my Uni double bill release of Fast Times and Dazed & Confused. I watched Fast Times last night and I certainly can't find anything to complain about with the image or the audio,
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