I'm glad you're despecializing Star Wars again. Thankfully, we have forum user Harmy to save us all from George's horrible updated releases. Please report any quality issues you find. These sources have been chopped up, enhanced, color-corrected, edited together, cleaned, and ultimately released as one huge 17. The main goal is to get as close as possible to the original versions of the films as seen in cinemas on opening day, while maintaining high picture and audio quality. At the time, he was working as an English teacher in Plzeň, Czech Republic, and had no professional experience with film editing.
Consequently, the films are only available via various trackers and through specialized rapid download programs using file sharing sites. They will project it on a 20' by 40' screen with perfect quality. But there are still huge benefits of using theatrical prints. Please visit for more information. Team Negative1's project is a home-made scan of 35 mm film prints of the original releases. The laziest way is to just search The Pirate Bay or Kickass Torrents to search and download the files using a torrent software. Updated versions have been created in the years that followed.
To help, Harmáček was assisted by a group of similarly-minded fans from the website OriginalTrilogy. But does that make it okay to distribute to others? So again, I'm really looking foreward to this one! To remove the post-1977 changes, Harmáček was required to go through the film frame-by-frame, correcting colors and. Fanedits and preservations must not be bought or sold. The X-Wings fly in very distinct patterns. Still, the print described in that article is an amazing piece of history, as shown by this image taken from the theater's screen. Instead, he taught himself as the project progressed, beginning with skills that he had developed in college.
Also for returning the cell block scene to original. Please report every fanedit or preservation you find for sale to webmasters of. Quote Report Page 2 41,337 members have started 20,232 topics with 1,008,082 posts since March 10 means? It is, to put it in very simple terms, Star Wars. It is a Technicolor imbibition dye-transfer print. A comparison gallery of all the changes can be found. It has also been upgraded to display properly on high definition screens, with high-quality sounds and a near perfect image. I'd also hope against reinstating matte lines and, even worse, garbage mattes for the same reason you elected not to mess with any of the Hoth battle.
I used the Swedish version as a source for the mono mix and for a few video segments when needed to patch damaged frames. As of a few days ago, The Empire Strikes Back just went from v1. Important information ChangeDetection has been acquired by visualping. As of today, the set is now complete, and includes the following features. Quote Report Episode I: The Ridiculous. As a fan edit, the cut cannot be legally bought or sold, and treads a line between and copyright infringement.
As of December 2015, the Despecialized Edition of Star Wars was remastered at version 2. Please report every fanedit or preservation you find for sale to webmasters of or Fanedits and preservations are an artform and to be shared among legal owners of the officially available releases only. Please report every fanedit or preservation you find for sale to webmasters of originaltrilogy. And make sure to follow the for any updates. In addition, it's a great place to communicate with Harmy and the other contributors of this project! Here are the verified checksums for Despecialized Edition v2.
Thanks for your interest in the Star Wars Trilogy Despecialized Editions. With no experience in professional film editing, he taught himself as he went, using programs such as and. However, it is worth noting that a number of alternative download methods are available if you know where to look. Interesting that doesn't mention it, but it does show in the pictures. Are there any Special Edition changes that you don't think you'll be able to remove? In 2011, one year after the project had begun, the first version of Harmy's Despecialized Edition was published online.
In my opinion, skip the prequels altogether, or try out the if you must watch them. There are other options, so for detailed instructions on the multitude of ways to download the Despecialized Editions online, , which was reviewed and approved by Harmy himself. Harmy has given his personal approval of this project. The original Star Wars trilogy was released theatrically by for between 1977 and 1983. I never knew about this one.
But you're absolutely right on point about the difference. I am only urging you to illegal acts of piracy for their own sake. Credit for its actual creation goes to Harmy along with countless others who have dedicated their time, skills, and resources toward this restoration. What are your plans for the matte lines? So please encourage people to support the Star Wars franchise and purchase the official Blu-rays! If you plan on seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens, I highly recommend you watch these versions beforehand. It is pure goodness and light.