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JoshuaJSlone
Joshua J. Slone
30 days ago

I am curious which upscaling method they used, but whichever it is the results are pretty nice. I looked at a few of the season 1 captures from the forum and found the same or very close frames from my DVDs, and it’s noticeably smoother and less noisy. As these things go there may be places where in making these things happen it loses some detail, but it doesn’t jump out at me in these three images. https://imgur.com/a/ycKhe1z

Lukas Jaro
Lukas Jaro
29 days ago

Imo the European broadcast found on the forums still looks best due to the preserved noise/details. That dude posted a lot of samples. Though in some way the BluRay does look better. I guess it’s about preferences if you’re purist or not. But I’m glad the show is finally released on something better than DVD. Ideally they’d also update the VFX or remaster the whole thing. Maybe later if this sells well enough. It’s a start.

Last edited 29 days ago by Lukas Jaro
Jason G.
Jason G.
29 days ago

So is this the same awful time compressed upscaling that everyone else has? Where the episodes are 41 minutes instead of 43 and everyone’s voices are higher pitched? If not, please take my money. Anyone know?

kelvin
kelvin
26 days ago

is that really the cover on the box?
kind of strange choice with season 6 group image.

Ahsoka
Ahsoka
13 days ago

It’s too bad a show like Stargate can’t get a proper HD release (even if yes it’s better than nothing.), especially when it helps promote the possible future series.

And since the first seasons were shot on film, they could be done in 4K right?

Daniel
Daniel
13 days ago

I must ask: How embarrassing is this? The back cover even has “Aspest ratio” printed on it… Just horrible…

Scifi451
scifi451
11 days ago

Thanks for information and curious to read more of a comparison on how good of a blu-ray release it is if you are able to get more info.

In Search of Physical Media
In Search of Physical Media
11 days ago

I just thought you all might want to know that I will be doing a full Unboxing, in depth comparison & review between the Stargate SG-1 Blu Ray & DVD sets coming soon. I will also be going into Image quality differences and overall impressions. I am just starting to work on this Big review and hope to have it completed most likely by 01/22/2020. So make sure to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel: In Search of Physical Media , I am very excited about this review because I like the show a lot. So stay tuned to my YouTube… Read more »

In Search of Physical Media
In Search of Physical Media
10 days ago

Did you get my comment about the comparison Review I am working for this set?

In Search of Physical Media
In Search of Physical Media
10 days ago
Reply to  Darren

I just sent you the same comment again let me know once you get it? It says awaiting your approval for the comment to be posted. It’s letting everyone know I am working on a very in depth review, unboxing & comparison between the Blu Ray & DVD sets. On my YouTube Channel:

In Search of Physical Media

Let me know if you see the comments I have sent?

In Search of Physical Media
In Search of Physical Media
10 days ago
Reply to  Darren

I also just emailed you with the same information about the review I am working on to the email address you have listed. Let me know if you get any of the stuff I sent to you. Thanks

Peter
Peter
10 days ago

In a thread on the Blu-Ray.com-Forums a member reported that every season except the first one has broken 5.1 audio. He wrote: So, I actually imported the audio files for the 5.1 tracks into my computer and took a look at the separate wave forms and compared them to the 5.1 tracks from the dvds AND the dolby surround 2.0 tracks. It looks like what they did was they have the left channel sound playing out of the Front Left, Center, and Front Right channels. And the right channel sound playing out of Surround Left and Surround Right. It is… Read more »