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Discussion in 'Back To The Inkwell - Classic Cartoons Discussion' started by Dreth, Jun 18, 2015.
I know, but some shorts such as The Blow Out look well restored (not talking about the audio).
I just found the USA dubbed print of "Kitty Kornered" here, recorded from Boomerang Mexico):
1. On YT its only clips of the opening and ending titles, the full video is available here for download.
2. The video appears to be stretched to fill up the 16:9 TV screen (as for Cartoon Network USA and Latin America HD), you might want to stretch the video back to its original 4:3 format)
And as what I noticed, both the USA and EU prints of Kitty Kornered almost have the same color correction and use a slightly different 1947-1948 LT dubbed ending card (with the original MM ending music cue preserved), but the USA print has no borders in the opening titles unlike the EU print which has red borders in the opening titles.
Compare with the EU print here from TV Puls and you'll get what I mean:
I'm trying to find a restored print or a print of "The Fire Alarm" that has the rings and the original end music. Does anyone has it or is it rare?
Check Looney Tunes Wiki and ask some of the Acme Staff because they just bought the set (Porky 101). They should be able to answer your questions, but idk if they can rip them from the DVD for you.
Well, at least I'll do the new episode of LT comparison.
Speaking of "remasters", I was only trying...
You can't really correct an ultra faded print like The Mice Will Play, simply the color information isn't there. The other two being transfered off from lower quality material look good enough already.
Anyway, this is my take on the PC3 version of Bully for Bugs (again, scene by scene). This time I have the short in HD so if anyone is interested contact me privately.
Now, I want to get hired by WB, I'm having too much fun
I think they will do that, considering you have way better restoration skills than the staff from there themselves
And here's another one:
EDIT: here's another one.
Alright, I'll ask the staff on Looney Tunes Wiki if they have a restored print of "The Fire Alarm"
You would have to move to Burbank, California for that. But I think you can apply for a job right off the bat with those skills. If you do, good luck.
You should ask either Krazy Rabbit (PopKorn Kat on Internet Animation Database) or WikiExpertXV (LuckyToon on IAD) as I do not have a set of Porky 101. I don't think I plan on buying it considering how minimal effort was put into it.
Is the top the Platinum Transfer, while bottom is newer Golden-like?
It looks like it
I need to find the redrawn version of The Shanty Where Santy Claus Live in color.
I just got the Porky Pig set. It feels like for the new transfers they threw in the raw scan without any digital work.
I've done a bit of image adjusting, what do you guys think?
And here I cleaned the picture:
Also @Manuel Lobato Pozo you're getting REALLY annoying. You sound like a 3 year old who wants a toy at all costs. If I don't have something it's not that asking me 9000 times can do better. I already saw that short on Rai 2's archives, but until they give it to me, please shut up. There are other people who want it as well, and I would have given it to them if I had it.
This set would be better if they've hired you for restoring the new-to-disc shorts, honestly
Trying my best with "Ant Pasted", 1953
And trying my best with A Corny Concerto, 1943
Version 1 (GC2 to PC3):
Version 2 (PC3 to GC2 or similar, whatever):
And Slick Hare, 1946
It seems for me, or some shorts with darker colors were restored from their 1995 prints? Like f.eg: Slick Hare or A Corny Concerto.
@NewBogus :) It looks like you're just saturating the image. What I do is fill light and use selective color correction, sometimes I pulled crazy things like isolating a part of the image and changing the color on that specific part.
I know, that everything is possible with Adobe Premiere, but I'm not working with Adobe Premiere. I use VirtualDub programme with plugins CMYK Film Color and Saturation, but maybe I'll try to use also Brightness and Contrast too.
I know, that I'll not be as good as you or Warner Bros. workers, but I'm trying as better as I can.