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On the V for Vendetta cover. There not that much to choose from & i didn't want to use an image from the other cover. it would be alot of work to redo the cover & try to take out all the people. If i have time down the road, i'll get to it.
There are no downloads for the covers yet... im just messing around for the time.
I will be trying to post some of my older cover in this blog. I will also be trying to update some as i go. This will be a very slow & i do mean very slow in posting the updated/covers on the page. I started with 3 of ADM covers that i thougth was perfect for the edits & didn't need anymore work done to them. Please feel free to post a comment on the cover & thanks for checking out the blog.
All DVD releases contain reanimated sequences; although the added scenes can be avoided, it is not possible to avoid the new animation (much in the vein of George Lucas and his hatchet-job on the Star Wars Trilogy).
The DVD release is TILT AND SCAN - the original aspect ratio is 5:3, not 16:9. It is feasible to present 5:3 in Anamorphic Pillarbox, as Disney does so with Aladdin.
Barebones presentation, menus only
Source: 1992 Laserdisc, NTSC CAV Widescreen Version
Moderately denoised/IVTC/image enlarged
20 of 22 LD chapter marks are maintained (within a second accuracy)
5:3 OAR, pillarbox anamorphic (the bars will fall into the overscan on most televisions)
2.0 Stereo, AC3 256 kbps
Avidemux 2.3 (Video processing)
TMPGENC DVD Author 1.6 (VTS generation)
Video: MPEG-2, encoded by libmpeg2enc, 2-pass VBR, 6500 kbps approx.
Audio: AC3, encoded in hardware, 256 kbps
FOR THE VAULTBREAKERS
Laserdisc acquired, ripped and encoded to DVD by usotsuki