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Desc:Indiscriminately
Category:Classic Movies, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Superhero, iron man, collateral damage, jetpack, charred human remains
Submitted:decoy
Date:05/17/18
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dairyqueenlatifah - 2018-05-17
I've always wondered why the CGI in these films always look ten times worse when being watched on a home television/monitor.
blue vein steel - 2018-05-17
It's color correction. All Marvel movies have a "house style" that requires some pretty severe color correction and matching during post-production. Movie theater projectors are professionally calibrated and have really high contrast ratios, so the flattening of the coloration is much less pronounced. When shown on a typically calibrated TV with much lower contrast, all the colors get even more flattened and the artificiality of the CGI becomes really apparent.
blue vein steel - 2018-05-17
@DQL.

blue vein steel - 2018-05-17
*un-calibrated TV

dairyqueenlatifah - 2018-05-17
Thanks. That makes perfect sense actually.

garcet71283 - 2018-05-18
I was going to say something about HD home screens vs typically lower resolution theater screens, but your answer is better.

This video is cool and good.

blue vein steel - 2018-05-18
most theaters use 4k projectors now, so they're higher-res actually.

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