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The Magnificent Seven 2016 R1 Blu-Ray has a mostly clean center channel. I'd say about 75% of any music heard is pretty low, but there are some parts where there is vocal from the music track that bleeds into the dialogue track.
Man on Fire R1 Collector's Edition DVD has a really good amount of clean center channel. The only reason I abandoned an edit of it was because of more of the jarring camera work and not so much having to do with the center channel.
Being an early-80's comedy, I imagine this is a long shot. But can anyone determine if Trading Places has a clean center channel? I've got a kind of out there idea for this one that's mostly contingent on that.
I just wanna know which T2 sound mix is the easiest to isolate and extract the dialogue. I'll be doing what ThrowgnCpr did for the "Bad to the Bone" scene for the entire film. The dialogue is the only thing I obviously can't replace.
Lol, oh that's only 1 piece of the puzzle. I plan on doing a bit of 3D animation for the opening credits ("Modern Vision" Terminator 1 font, and a few other small things), and blood splatter effects for certain scenes where people get shot/stabbed. Also gonna color correct the whole thing to remove as much of the steel blue color timing as possible.