10cf746e54 Accept Read More. Perhaps this is also because less noise reduction was applied in season 3. I agree that season 2 does not quite live up to the very high standard of season 1 on the technical side, with the false proportions of the Enterprise, the repeated incorrect framing and the errors on the display in "The Schizoid Man" being additional grievances. Other imperfections, such as a visible set border in "Hide and Q", are gone because the scan area was shifted or resized. You can follow TrekNewsnet on Twitter, TrekNews on Facebook, TrekNews on Instagram and TrekNewsnet on YouTube. Anyway, it is pleasant to see that in the Blu-ray release the two seasons are finally equalized in terms of color fidelity. Overall, the picture quality of season 6 was softer in SD than in the three preceding seasons. As review copies began to arrive and screen captures began to be released however, the tone of the conversation began to change on various discussion boards on both Trek and Blu-ray fan sites from Trek Core and TrekBBS to AVS Forum and Blu-ray.com. A few early CG effects had to be recreated from scratch, most notably the melting sequence of the comet in "Masks" that reveals the D'Arsay archive that was buried inside.
After seeing only a couple of episodes (and a few more in quick motion), it may be too early to label season 5 as the best remastered TNG release so far. Anyway, I couldn't find anything wrong with the sound so far. In the original version of season 4, however, many shots with bright lighting, even many filmed in the Enterprise sets, appear a bit more beige or yellowish than in seasons 2 and 3. Anyway, it is my favorite TNG season, but also on the purely technical side the Blu-ray set of this season may be the best one so far. For instance, the previously pale location shots in the newly rebuilt New York Streets set in "Time's Arrow II" and in the holographic Western scenario in "A Fistful of Datas" are now bathed in warm sunlight. It is no big surprise that in the remastered release the arguably biggest mistake (at least the most often criticized one) of the season was corrected. After checking out all remastered season 1 episodes at least in "fast forward" mode, I am pleased about how little was altered. when the decision was made to create the BEST OF BOTH WORLDS Movie for the Fathom Event, and then CBS wisely decided to make that a stand-alone release available to hopefully attract new customers, suddenly there's a new budget, and money allocated to create a product which didn't previously exist. TNG's season 6 was remastered by the team of CBS-Digital. America: Civil War" Team Iron Man Posters No Plans For A "Charmed" Reunion For Now Spider-Man Spin-Off "Venom" Gets Revived Heaps Of New "Batman v Superman" Details "Dawn of Justice" Up For $140M Opening "Captain America: Civil War" Early Reactions Samsung Pretty Much Kills 3D Television "Justice League" Begins Filming April 11th "Civil War" Pics Show Freeman, Crossbones New "Batman v Superman" Photos & Secrets? "Deadpool" SNL, VFX, Comics Talk Final "Batman v Superman" Trailer Hits "Hannibal" Producer To Steer CBS' "Star Trek" Dan Stevens Leads X-Men Series "Legion" Photo: "Guardians" Sequel Cast Assemble Darkseid, Doomsday Teased In "Dawn" Article "Deadpool" Spots Tease X-Mansion, Fun Smashing New "Batman v Superman" Poster New Trailer: "Suicide Squad" "Justice League" Cast Revealed In Artwork Han Solo Spin-Off Casting Shortlist Revealed "Suicide Squad" Pic, "Justice League" Tease "Daredevil" S2 Trailer & March 18th Premiere Designer Talks "Alien: Covenant" Costumes News Archive .