Yu-Gi-Oh GX: Season 1
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This YuGiOh! GX Season 1 set contains episodes 1-52. Set several years after the previous Yu-Gi-Oh! Series, GX follows a new generation of duelists at the prestigious Duel Academy, a highly competitive boarding school where pencils and books have been replaced by Duel Disks and monster cards! Still, it's not just about making the grade for these up-and-coming students - it's about becoming the next King of Games! Spoken Language: English.
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They cropped and resized this poorly and as a result the lines are blurred and so is the overall picture. The details are also smudged looking.
Look at these screenshot comparisons.
I carefully examined the new Yu-Gi-Oh! GX DVD's that came out and compared them with the older DVD's and this is the conclusion I have come to.
The older DVD's have the better picture in my opinion. They cropped the new ones so you lose some picture from the top, because of the way they did this, some details and or lines in alot of the video have become blurred. It looks smudged instead of clear as a result. The only thing that's possibly better in these new DVD's is the colors, its all personal preference. Other than that, the older DVD's beat them quality wise in my opinion and the screenshots will prove it.
Heres a few examples and comparisons showing what I'm talking about.
This is easier to see if you save each picture individually and then rapidly flip back and forth through them.
In this example its easiest to see if you look at the numbers on the bottom of the cards. You will notice in the old DVD's they look nice, in the new DVD's, their blurred and look a bit see through. This happens ALOT on these new DVD's, this isn't just a few scenes or areas, its for the entire video length that it does this in different areas. It made the characters lips look like there's no line between them, it made lines thicker and blurry like in the numbers on these cards.
Again heres another example where details got blurred. It's easiest to see if you look at the guys face on the Draining Shield card in this set of cards.
Here is another example of what I am talking about. Its easiest to see in this example if you stare at Dr. Crowlers lips and flip through them. They are very blurred and it looks horrible in comparison.
So the good news is, we have new DVD's to work with and they may at least give us Season 1-3 on DVD. The bad news is, the older DVD's have better video quality, and they only ever released Season 1 for those