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tony359
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While this is true, I'd still rather watch the remastered HD versions even if it means seeing small flaws, than watch 240p downscaled blurred stuff.
Those low def masters looked OK at the time because the displays of the time were also blurrier. Now watching them on a fixed pixel display is horrible.
Oh don't get me wrong, me too! For Star Trek TNG I feel they did a good job - and you just try to ignore the imperfections!
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Damn, maybe I should just give up and try to enjoy the HD versions? I'm looking at S01E01 of Babylon 5 Bluray and that also looks to me like "actors on a set"

Another idea I had was to simply zoom the frame out to a smaller window with MPC-HC's zoom hotkeys, to simulate the smaller size of a CRT. The less I see the more it leaves to the imagination?
It would be more enjoyable to have some weed and see how it is.
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