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Demo real of what is to come with Star Trek on Blu-ray. At this point, you don't need this. Unless you are a collector and want to have it!Published 5 months ago by Lord Vektor
Brilliant overview of the HD upgrade to ST:TNG. Presentation is in 4:3, which might frustrate some wide-screen loving purists, but the upgrades to the special effects and the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sunfell
Great collection verison of Star Trek episodes and worth purchasing through amazon if you are a fan of Star Trek.Published 12 months ago by Edward Kirven
I bought this as a teaser preview to check out how TNG looked on Blu-ray and boy the differences are amazing. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J
The people who did the color correction exaggerated the saturation, contrast and white balance which gives the episodes an obnoxious candy look. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Aaron Smith
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|Sigh. Again with the pre-release "reviews..."||
I couldn't agree more.
Jan 21, 2012 by Foster Norman | See all 6 posts
It's region-free, and why would it be alright for new movies, but not 20+ year old TV shows?
Jan 8, 2012 by J. Martin | See all 2 posts
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Apr 30, 2012 by mc-Hotsauce | See all 4 posts
|Original 4:3 broadcast format vs. 16:9 widescreen presentation||
I don't understand why anyone would expect a television series from the 1980s to be in a widescreen format.
Feb 3, 2012 by Razor X | See all 36 posts
|Will the original 4:3 composition please stand up?||
There is one issue in cropping the overscan bits of the frame like Sins did. HDTV's still keep an overscan option by default. If you have overscan on your HDTV. A bit of the text. Mainly when the credits are on the right of Wesley, are cut off. The Overscan areas should be preserved. Out of 178... Read More
Mar 11, 2012 by Joe | See all 5 posts