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Versions of 4K77
There are two versions of the Project 4K77 torrent available, the Silver Screen Edition and Harmy’s Despecialized Edition. The Silver Screen edition was grainy and had DNR, while the latter is pristine and uses DNR-free technology. Both versions are widely available on most file-sharing services. Here is a brief review of each. If you’re unsure which version to download, read on for more information.
Differences between Silver Screen Edition and Harmy’s Despecialized Editions
The Silver Screen Edition features an improved transfer of the film, whereas the Despecialized version splices together clips from the 2011 Blu-ray release, HDTV broadcast of the Special-Edition DVD, and 2006 DVD collection. The differences between the two editions are mostly in the colour quality, with the Silver being much cleaner. In addition, the Silver version includes only the first film, while the Despecialized contains only the second. The Despecialized Editions were produced by Harmy, and can be purchased at the link above.
Since its initial release, Harmy’s Despecialized Editions have become the most popular way to watch the Star Wars trilogy. These editions were created from the pieces of the official blu-ray release, and were aimed at replicating the look and feel of the blu-ray release. However, Project 4K77 uses a scanned film print to produce an edition that looks like the original film. The resulting images are so natural-looking that you can’t even tell the difference between these editions.
The Despecialized Blu-ray version is cleaner and closer to the original camera negative. However, it has several flaws, including the 720p limitation and color problems. In addition to these flaws, the Blu-ray itself has a host of issues, with the picture being very stitched together. It is also missing some audio tracks, and a couple of subtitles.
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