Seasons 1 & 2 Remastered Onto Blu-Ray?

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BenPaz said:
Now let's ask vincent

EDIT 1:
https://twitter.com/BenTheUltimate1/status/882618599038476292

Here's the link to wait and see

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If you want my honest opinion about this, i doubt this is real. That aspect ratio is used for every film on that site and I doubt they can actually remaster it. The show was made in 4:3. If they were to remaster it, it would look stretched out and stuff.
I wouldn't say Vincent, the connection between fans and every SpongeBob secret is really in this department. You could try, but I'd mostly think of it in a situation like SpongeTrix: Reloaded or anything. My bets would say that these are fan listings if Nickelodeon DVD is not early in the making of a major SpongeBob collection update.

Surprisingly, I've seen several different shows, including oldies in 4:3 SD on Blu-Rays. Does it do anything for storage, sound, special features?
 

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BatteryMill said:
Surprisingly, I've seen several different shows, including oldies in 4:3 SD on Blu-Rays. Does it do anything for storage, sound, special features?
It would probably get it a new remastered sound thing. A bluray (25 GB) can literally hold almost 5 times the storage of a DVD (4.7-4.8 GB). Spongebob S1 and S2 were on 3 DVDs each. However with this hypothetical release each season would be 1 disc. They would either hold more special features to fully use the disc or just be lazy and have cleaner looking masters.

So a bluray release of season 1 and 2 would actually give benefits.
 

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BenPaz said:
It would probably get it a new remastered sound thing. A bluray (25 GB) can literally hold almost 5 times the storage of a DVD (4.7-4.8 GB). Spongebob S1 and S2 were on 3 DVDs each. However with this hypothetical release each season would be 1 disc. They would either hold more special features to fully use the disc or just be lazy and have cleaner looking masters.

So a bluray release of season 1 and 2 would actually give benefits.
cant you just rescan the film reels in a higher resolution


thats usually how a remaster is done for older SD movies
 

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DigitalDeathstraction said:
cant you just rescan the film reels in a higher resolution


thats usually how a remaster is done for older SD movies
Season 1 can be re-scanned. Seasons 2 & 3 can't, because they use digital ink and paint.
 
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