Ayumi Hamasaki - Connected [2002, NTSC DVD]

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2020-02-11 10:19 UTC
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Ayumi Hamasaki - Connected. VOB extracted from DVD. The music video was directed by Kouji Morimoto and the key animation direction was handled by Shinya Ohira.Studio 4 °C. had handled the production off the video and was created by them. The video is shot in anime inspired themes and features people in a futuristic city ("Cyberpunk"). It then features the city destroying other parts of the city, while mysterious space orbs create new buildings and the people watch upon the cities growing. ![alt text](https://i.imgur.com/YddQv7j.jpg) ![alt text](https://i.imgur.com/YTuMMuU.jpg) ![alt text](https://i.imgur.com/qz42lFD.jpg) ![alt text](https://i.imgur.com/vno6WnR.jpg) ![alt text](https://i.imgur.com/LG9k2cX.jpg) ![alt text](https://i.imgur.com/i6Sbab3.jpg)

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  • Ayumi Hamasaki - Connected [2002, Ayumi Hamasaki Complete Clip Box, NTSC DVD].VOB (253.7 MiB)
This is some REALLY good looking DVD stuff. I mean, it looks like out of a BD (why can't all of them look like this on DVD...)
It all depends of original source and transfer. Films and classic film-based animations where scanned in early digital days on low resolution scanners for DVDs, so image may look really bad sometimes. Most DVDs where made for analogue TVs so video signal is interlaced, this affects quality as well. New HD and 4K film scanners capture way better quality from same film source, so Blu-ray source even downscaled to same size as DVD will always look way better. P.S. I also found this clip on Blu Ray, but it was just a upscale from same interlaced source as DVD. Only waste of space.