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Jurassic Park Color Timing: 3D vs. 2011 Blu-Ray
#1
I'm sure most of you know that the 2013 3D re-release had a new, warmer color balance than the original 2011 blu-ray release. 

Here is a comparison video for reference:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8nBo4yJUxA

I'm wondering which one people prefer? I slightly prefer the older one, but love the "filmic" feel of the new release, though they kind of wiped out a lot of detail.
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#2
I'm so used to watching the 2D Blu-Ray that I thought it looked perfect, but the 3D warmer cut is actually quite nice... I'm not sure which I prefer. We need a comparison to the VHS!

Just watched the video again. I prefer the 2D version, way more natural. Seems as though they just threw on a base grade on the 3D version, without modifying it for each shot.
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#3
(07-03-2016, 07:12 PM)Jack Wrote: I'm so used to watching the 2D Blu-Ray that I thought it looked perfect, but the 3D warmer cut is actually quite nice... I'm not sure which I prefer. We need a comparison to the VHS!

Just watched the video again. I prefer the 2D version, way more natural. Seems as though they just threw on a base grade on the 3D version, without modifying it for each shot.

I was reading a review of the blu-ray on blu-ray.com, ( http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Jurassic-P...ray/59530/ ) and it sounds like they crushed a ton of the details in the 3D conversion. So for the 20 year anniversary, they ran a 4K scan of the original negative and then converted it for 3D.

I WANT that 4K scan, unaltered. Maybe someday?
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#4
(07-04-2016, 03:46 AM)jobalexang Wrote: I WANT that 4K scan, unaltered. Maybe someday?

Sent you a PM.
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#5
Jack, please send me a PM too! I've been killing to get anything in 4K for reference. Wink
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#6
(07-02-2016, 03:47 PM)jobalexang Wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8nBo4yJUxA


The 2D version is so much better. I really don't like the 3D colour changes.
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#7
I'm just curious as to whether the 2D or 3D is more closely related to the original. I don't remember what it looked like on VHS anymore. So sad.
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#8
(07-04-2016, 03:46 AM)jobalexang Wrote:
(07-03-2016, 07:12 PM)Jack Wrote: I'm so used to watching the 2D Blu-Ray that I thought it looked perfect, but the 3D warmer cut is actually quite nice... I'm not sure which I prefer. We need a comparison to the VHS!

Just watched the video again. I prefer the 2D version, way more natural. Seems as though they just threw on a base grade on the 3D version, without modifying it for each shot.

I was reading a review of the blu-ray on blu-ray.com, ( http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Jurassic-P...ray/59530/ ) and it sounds like they crushed a ton of the details in the 3D conversion. So for the 20 year anniversary, they ran a 4K scan of the original negative and then converted it for 3D.

I WANT that 4K scan, unaltered. Maybe someday?
Just bought a 4k tv, so I would love to have this send me a pm too,haha
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#9
Do you folks think Universal will ever release Jurassic Park as a 4K blu-ray? Considering how lethargic they have appeared to be with the property?

Also, as the Lost World's 20th comes up, do you think we'll get a re-release/re-master of that too?
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#10
(07-05-2016, 07:23 PM)jobalexang Wrote: Do you folks think Universal will ever release Jurassic Park as a 4K blu-ray? Considering how lethargic they have appeared to be with the property?

Also, as the Lost World's 20th comes up, do you think we'll get a re-release/re-master of that too?

Universal will likely latch onto that because it's an easy profit. At least, that's how it appears they think about the property.

Doubt it for TLW, but I hope so! That would be cool. New bonus features? I can dream...
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