- Jul 20, 2007
- Real Name
- Timothy Ewanyshyn
These comments really pique my interest. I cannot wait until the arrival of my preorder!
Posting this picture improves my attitude towards your work, which was already an 11 on a scale of 1-10. Such "gifts" to movie lovers are epic and I think I can speak for many people here that we give you a hats-off standing ovation.Thank you Robert, that is very much appreciated and our work is a team effort. Greg Kintz did shot by shot stereoscopic alignment and left/right panel matching; Thad Komorowski performed dirt and damage clean-up and Jack Theakston helped Greg with bringing back the severely faded color.
Here's an example of what we were up against. The dupe opticals (and there are many) were absolutely toasted!
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There are very few classic cartoons in 3-D. This is extremely welcome. If something just could be done about the Popeye and Bugs Bunny ones Warner controls.
Thank you and what makes the faded elements even more challenging is that fading is always different on the left and right sides. We have to try and bring back color for each shot twice. Aye aye aye.
After working on this title, Taza, Son of Cochise and Dynasty back-to-back, we welcome a black and white show!
Possibly yet another need for an automated update. The projector correctly identifies a 3-D data stream. It might be possible to automatically go to a different setting to more properly exhibit 3-D.
As opposed to another created and locked setting for 3-D, for which one size will not fit all. Also doesn’t help that JVC glasses seem a couple of points heavier than Sony.
I think it's been mentioned in the past there are problems with acquiring these titles but, I thought I would list the black and white 3-D titles anyhow.
The Glass Web
I, The Jury
The Diamond Wizard
Cat-Women of the Moon