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  1. Josh Steinberg

    Home Theater United Podcast Episode 16: Special Guest Justin Sluss of High Def Disc News

    For all I know, they might be - I’ll let you know it about four hours :D
  2. Josh Steinberg

    Home Theater United Podcast Episode 16: Special Guest Justin Sluss of High Def Disc News

    No, it is a constant 1.33:1. Snyder shot on 35mm film with the idea that IMAX locations would be able to play the full height, and that conventional theaters would show it at 1.85:1. When HBO Max gave him the chance to finish his version, he decided to do so using the full height of the image...
  3. Josh Steinberg

    Home Theater United Podcast Episode 16: Special Guest Justin Sluss of High Def Disc News

    BTW, This style of presentation was used for the IMAX sequences on The Dark Knight trilogy bonus disc. I personally don’t have an issue with it. There is no ideal way to present 2.35/1.43 shifts at home in a 16x9 standard - you can either crop 1.43 so it’s not OAR, or you get black bars that...
  4. Josh Steinberg

    Home Theater United Podcast Episode 16: Special Guest Justin Sluss of High Def Disc News

    Fortunately for those who prefer not to have shifting ratios, the 2.35:1 standard presentation is already available on disc.
  5. Josh Steinberg

    Home Theater United Podcast Episode 16: Special Guest Justin Sluss of High Def Disc News

    Snyder stated in reference to similarly formatted Justice League footage that that’s how he saw it when he shot it and edited it and that’s the look he prefers.
  6. Josh Steinberg

    Home Theater United Podcast Episode 16: Special Guest Justin Sluss of High Def Disc News

    2.35:1 is for the bulk of the film, which was shot on conventional 35mm. 1.43:1 is for the IMAX sequences which were shot on IMAX 15/70 film. This is an OAR presentation.
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