Difference between revisions of "4K Restoration/1955/To Catch a Thief"

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* "A new VVLA scan was performed."<ref>https://forum.blu-ray.com/showpost.php?p=17703631&postcount=1158</ref>
 
* "A new VVLA scan was performed."<ref>https://forum.blu-ray.com/showpost.php?p=17703631&postcount=1158</ref>
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* "Paramount’s SVP of Archives, Andrea Kalas" technical statement <ref>https://thedigitalbits.com/item/to-catch-a-thief-paramount-presents-2020-bd</ref>
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** "“Paramount undertook a full restoration of To Catch a Thief from a 6K 16-bit scan of the original VistaVision negative, making it the first time the original negative has been directly sourced for a home entertainment release. The 2012 Blu-ray was sourced from an interpositive (IP) that was printed in 2006 from the Vista Vision negative (IN)."
  
  
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Revision as of 17:05, 24 August 2020

  • "A new VVLA scan was performed."[1]
  • "Paramount’s SVP of Archives, Andrea Kalas" technical statement [2]
    • "“Paramount undertook a full restoration of To Catch a Thief from a 6K 16-bit scan of the original VistaVision negative, making it the first time the original negative has been directly sourced for a home entertainment release. The 2012 Blu-ray was sourced from an interpositive (IP) that was printed in 2006 from the Vista Vision negative (IN)."


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