- Feb 1, 2000
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Then why do you quote Jordan's post when he never said the things you go on about? It is still a straw man argument as indeed even back then there was a lot of discussion about the possibility of changing the color timing but that it would have to be done on a scene by scene basis and it took place both here and on other forums. The funny thing is that if Kino had read the discussion they would have noticed that changing the color from the previous disc would be pretty tricky in so far as a blanket approach will only do so much. The good thing about it might be that with a warmer color temperature preset and increased color saturation on ones display the Kino version may look serviceable for those who prefer the shorter version.I was talking about the general tenor of the posts on the other board - this isn't a secret - go read the, you know, hundreds of pages from the original release. I wasn't referencing Jordan specifically and I think that's pretty obvious.
As somebody who likes to point out that your display has the correct color and that movies have to be projected with the proper light source I thought you would appreciate the information. You may even have been tempted to think that my display may be misadjusted because I am seeing green that you say isn’t there. And yes, after the adjustments have been done I am watching it with my eyes and I can be sure that when I see a greenish sky it is really and truly on the disc, unfortunately I cannot point it out to you via the internet.We're all offering opinions here. Oh, and I'm watching with these little things I have called eyeballs - I don't sit there analyzing data or with machines. Is that really what movie watching is like for you? Not me.