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    Quote Originally Posted by aashiq1 View Post
    Please consider restoring the movies of kg george n adoor..interviews, behind the scenes, deleted scenes etc can also be added at the end.
    Yes our primary focus is on 80s movies.
    Restorations are doing with original film print. So we are not sure about the availablity of behind the scenes and deleted scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sankar1992 View Post
    Thanks.

    We are planning to concentrate only on malayalam films.
    Actually we are on a discussion on how we can get back the investment and a marginal amount of profit to keep the project running. Our plan is to release a Blu-ray - Stream combo at the rate of Rs 750/- .It includes a Blu-ray disk and acces to our website in which you can watch your purchase anytime anywhere . My colleague's opinion is that it is better to take a pre-order before starting the work on a particular title. They are saying a minimum of 2500 orders.
    Besides that we are in talks with one of the TV channel. I believe a deal is not so far.
    Cost of restoration process for one movie takes 5-8 lakhs.
    Price of the 4K scanner is 20 lakhs.

    We would like to know how many of you will buy a restored Blu-ray.??

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    I will be definitely interested in buying, BUT

    750 RS for old movies is a bit of a stretch. For that, the quality will have to be top notch.
    For most of the pre-1995 movies audio in 5.1 would be a waste I feel. A solid 2.1 dolby track would be enough.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sankar1992 View Post
    Yes our primary focus is on 80s movies.
    Restorations are doing with original film print. So we are not sure about the availablity of behind the scenes and deleted scenes.

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    I think TV channels have some device to improve quality of old prints.
    For example, Yavanika movie was earlier 0layed on TV with very poor quality.
    Recently I watched it (starting 15 min) with very good clarity.

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    Malayalikalude oru swabavam vachu entelum 'bharthan touch' ulla padme restore chytitu karyam ullu...first set il release chyende padangal
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    Ponnapuram kotta
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    Quote Originally Posted by BangaloreaN View Post
    I think TV channels have some device to improve quality of old prints.
    For example, Yavanika movie was earlier 0layed on TV with very poor quality.
    Recently I watched it (starting 15 min) with very good clarity.
    It's not a device. yavanika movie remastered 10 years back and re-censored . But still the aspect ratio is 4:3 .I think they haven't done even a 1080P restoration. The remastered print is only with Asianet. The dvd rights owned by saina. But their print on YT have dirts and lines here and there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santi View Post
    Malayalikalude oru swabavam vachu entelum 'bharthan touch' ulla padme restore chytitu karyam ullu...first set il release chyende padangal
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParamasivaM View Post
    I will be definitely interested in buying, BUT

    750 RS for old movies is a bit of a stretch. For that, the quality will have to be top notch.
    For most of the pre-1995 movies audio in 5.1 would be a waste I feel. A solid 2.1 dolby track would be enough.
    Yes we know 750 is bit expensive. But if we get more than 5000 orders and we have came to an agreement with tv channels, we will reduce the price.
    Please watch the second video I posted here. We hope we can achieve a similar quality through a 4K scan.
    Regarding the audio,we are planning to remaster the mono audio to 5.1 surround sound.If we can't get the required quality while remastering,we will release a 3.0 DTS HD.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sankar1992 View Post
    Yes our primary focus is on 80s movies.
    Restorations are doing with original film print. So we are not sure about the availablity of behind the scenes and deleted scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sankar1992 View Post

    We would like to know how many of you will buy a restored Blu-ray.??

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    It would be better to make a contract with TV channels before selecting movies. Also consider movies that have a scope for re-releasing (Padayottam, Kilukkam, Devasuram, etc.)

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