Can someone explain to me why when I watch a HD mov in Quicktime, everytime the screen is dark or black, I see massive digital blocks? I downloaded the 720p version. My PC can more then handle that, why is it so ****ty?
Ok, I recorded GMA and it was crap! It was not even half the trailer, with those idiot hosts talking over it! Am I missing something or was that the GMA spot?
I then watched the Yahoo trailer, and I'm kind of speechless! Ford looks fantastic, action looks topnotch, comedy... check, music sounds great, but something feels off! Maybe I need to watch it a few more times. I think I've been so pumped for it, that I don't know quite how to process it.
Did anyone else think that it looked like there waa lot of cgi in the trailer, and that Janusz Kaminski's style was very evident?
Last edited by deckard24 : 02-14-2008 at 09:27 AM.
Haven't seem the trailer yet, but re. these CGI comments... get over it, people; there's no way it won't be used. It allows stunning vistas and effects at relatively low cost. In its own way its no different to the matte paintings and models used in previous films.
And does anyone think that the CGI in this film will be worse than, say, the weirdly grey-green Messerschmitt with thick black lines around it going into a tunnel in LC? Or the 'where's my razor?' matte painting in TOD? Or... you get my drift.
I'm sorry, but this Quicktime is horrible. I'm playing the 720p version and everytime the screen switches or it's a dark scene, I can see digital blocks. Now my PC is more then capable of HD playback. This is horrible. Either I'm doing something wrong or Quicktime sucks.
I saw the trailer on GMA, and the beginning isn't too different from some of the better-made fan teasers that have been put out recently. But it's awesome to finally see actual footage from the film!
But I'm seeing a lot of negative comments after the bootleg was posted. Guys, we need to give this thing a few days to sink in before people start the inevitable bashing. It's a teaser trailer for a film made in 2008 rather than the 1980s. Of course it's going to be somewhat different than the others.