It will tell you about one frame of the film, but nothing more. Digital restoration isn't always applied equally across the entire feature. They may have scenes or reels that are problematic and they apply noise reduction to try to get them to match, but that doesn't mean that they've applied the same level of noise reduction across the board.I disagree Sean, screencaps can tell you if a title has edge enhancement sharpening or DNR
Well then I don't know what to tell you, Cameron. All I can say is that my iTunes version of Roman Holiday is highly resolved, has a velvety grain structure and is pretty darn close to Blu-ray quality. I'm very happy with it.I have "download full-size HD videos" checked.
I know you will do better going forward - with a calibrated monitor you'll know what to look forHaha. Yes, I'm kind of a newbie to streaming video on my desktop computer, which has a calibrated monitor for photo editing. Most of my streaming has taken place on a Fire TV in the living room for kid shows, so it's pretty much an "is there a picture?" level of standards for most of my streaming up until now.