It is there twice- 1st is the latest version of the composited one and 2nd is the very same clip with a layer of Puggo Grande added to it. Using new digital tools, Harmy and company are trying to bring out some detail that might never have been visible in the theater. Everything from the color balance, to technical flubs like aliasing, has been minutely corrected. Honor The Force: The original films were drastically changed with the 1997 Special Editions. Harmáček argues that his attempts to restore the films to how they used to be is not an act of defiance like that seen in cuts such as The Phantom Edit, but an act of preservation designed to maintain a classic. Some of these fans disagreed with the direction that George was taking the franchise that they made The People vs George Lucas. He was only able to use the 35mm scans for small portions of the Despecialized Edition.
Honor The Force: Thanks for speaking with us today. This is what I wanted and this will now be the only version available. Then the Blu-ray release in 2011 came out with more changes still. Murry Sparkles said: Harmy there seems to be a problem with the third link, everytime i try it says the file is temporary unavailable. My love of Star Wars began a long time ago when I was just thirteen years old. The video below explains all the work that went into restoring the movies. The second is too grainy in my opinion.
Other views might be a bit off because fans are blaming George for the prequels, but absent George, we would never of had the original trilogy. I then used various techniques to clean those up, from doing some automated cleanup in a free command-line-based program called Avisynth, which I had a lot of help with, to doing meticulous manual cleanup of dirt and scratches in After Effects. It seemed like a dream come true. There was no way to purchase the original cuts anymore. But I do want to watch the original trilogy without being reminded of who's supposed to be behind the mask of the most iconic villain of all time, according to the prequels.
Please report every fanedit or preservation you find for sale to webmasters of. Genres are: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction, here is the storyline: After the rebels are overpowered by the Empire on the ice planet Hoth, Luke Skywalker begins Jedi training with Yoda. Why did you feel this needed to be done? But does that make it okay to distribute to others? If you want a version that mixes the original with the Special Edition changes that you like, you'll have to make it yourself. So with all these changes over the years, the task to restore the original trilogy seemed impossible. Taking the 1993 LaserDisc releases as a guide and a majority of source material from the 2011 Blu-ray releases, Harmáček and a team of eight other fans constructed the edits over many thousands of hours of work. And when it came time to walk into the theater to watch A New Hope, I was ready to be blown away. With no experience in professional film editing, he taught himself as he went, using programs such as Avisynth and Adobe After Effects.
It digs at the heart and corrodes the noble characteristics embodied in beloved art as much as would prancing in the fields of. Everyone has their favorite changes and someone's favorite change may be someone else's most hated. Or maybe it depends on where you stand on? Some of the reels were also severely pink-faded, so I had to pull out the original colors. We were lucky enough to be able to pick his brain a little on whys and hows of his Despecialized Editions. The Death Star exploded and so did my heart.
What were your personal thoughts, both positive and negative, on the changes? The original Star Wars trilogy has seen a number of changes over the years. Instead, they gave me a new appreciation for the films as they originally appeared. I was so bummed that I only saw A New Hope and Empire Strikes Back in the theater. In the original versions contained in this set, you will see Han shoot Greedo first in A New Hope. Disclaimer: This website is not endorsed by the Walt Disney Company or Lucasfilm Ltd, and is intended for entertainment and informational purposes only.
Let me know what you think. One of the biggest discoveries I found while watching The People vs George Lucas is that fans combined their creative forces to create the despecialized versions of the original trilogy. It is pure goodness and light. Updated versions have been created in the years that followed. This young man from the Czech Republic has taken it upon himself to rectify the aforementioned problem by self producing high definition versions of the original Star Wars trilogy in their theatrical forms.
The Despecialized version is okay too. Another goal of these early, work-in-progress shots is to show how the blown out explosions are being enhanced. I even learned a valuable lesson about corporate greed and false advertising. But the real problem is the willful suppression of the original historically important version, which won seven academy awards and had most of it's Oscar-winning aspects altered in later iterations. Youtube compression is so bad that you probably couldn't tell the difference, so that's why I uploaded the mp4 instead.