[Kōritsu_bonkai77] Vampire Hunter D Bloodlust (2001) [1080p] [Bluray] [10-bit] [x265] [AAC]

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Date:
2018-01-31 12:46 UTC
Submitter:
Anonymous
Seeders:
4
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1
File size:
1.4 GiB
Completed:
1671
Info hash:
bfb23bb8d1ba37b0cea36148fddcc98ccb73f0dd
File Container: MKV Video Format: h.265/HEVC [10-bit] Video Resolution: 1920x1036 Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 Audio Type: Mixed Track 1: English (5.1 Stereo) (default) Track 2: Japanese (5.1 Stereo) Audio Format: AAC-HE Subtitles: Track 1: English Signs/Song (default) Track 2: English Subs English R1 (Heavily Modified) Videao Source: Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (BD 1080p) [Judgment] Notes from the encoder...More details about can be found here https://forums.bakabt.me/index.php?topic=45526.0 here are a few observation i made, which i based my filtering on: - DVD is overexposed at places - BD grain is bad and completely destructive - BD darks are completely crushed - BD has a bad colour tints (green, blue, yellow) in different scenes - BD is worse colour grading than the DVD, or is none existent - BD is horrible shaky - BD has lot of broken frames (burns, holes, glue etc) - BD has some digital sampling artifacts due to the production - BD has horrible blooming due to the bad transfer things i have fixed: - Matched the DVD video to the BD one (frame count) (DVD) - Lot of spots and broken frames fixed (several 10k spots and film defects on more than 20k frames) (BD/DVD) - Colours, levels etc have been fixed according to my judgement (BD/DVD) - Chroma shifts/bleeds fixed (BD/DVD) - Shaky BD was stabilised (BD) - DVD was completely cleaned up and adjusted for best merging (DVD) - Combed frames fixed, even though all were progressive (DVD) - Near complete removal of the bad grain (BD) - Merging of the good DVD details into the BD - Blacks are mostly restored (BD) - Digital sampling artifacts fixed (BD) - Fixed some animation defects (DVD/BD) - Blooming fixed mostly (BD) things i assumed for my simple colour grading: - snow white, moon white, vampires grey, teeth white, blood red, bright sun clouds white + sand whitish, dawn/dusk sun orange/red clouds orangish/redish, bright scenes bright not greyish, etc. make it look natural, since i don't have any reference material what can be improved: - Some blurring from the DVD merged details - Video is still quite dirty from the BD, lot more spots to clean up - Some individual frame are still quite shaky - there are a few individual frames where i fucked up the filtering a bit Source of the video is the english BD release and 3 different DVD releases (R1/R2). the DVDs and BD were first filtered separately and merged scene by scene afterwards. the matching of the DVD to the BD was quite hard. not only was the DVD differently cropped by scene it was also transferred with a different angle, so frames were differently 'warped' in comparison to the BD. i had to 'warp' them to match the BD, additionally to cropping them appropriately.

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Which software do you use to enhance these fixes ?
The filtering is already done by the Judgment release. These notes are just copy/paste from there.
Thanks for doing this!
Thank you for all the work you put into this! Your fixes help with a lot of the distracting issues the BD had