The reds look a a tad blown out to me, but maybe my home desktop monitor sucks.
The reds are a problem but I have tried to tone them down as much as possible. I think this might be the best I can do.
looks lovely. I considered doing something like this with some films but I don't know how to adjust color filters with AviSynth (to keep it as an MPEG2 rather than going from MPEG2 to AVI to MPEG2 - more of a space than quality issue).
I love VirtualDub but mainly use it to preview the AviSynth script results and get the crop values to enter into the scripts with regard to MPEG2. Once I clear some space off my external drive, I might try it your way.
Thanks Eric, VirtualDubMod is a great piece of software, it is amazing what you can do with it. Some of the remastering tools are very effective.
Regardless, it's great to see all the hard work that people like you, Oliver and Jonny are putting into making these hard to find titles available in the best possible presentation under difficult circumstances.
Thanks Michael, I really enjoy doing it. The only problem is that the list of potential fan DVD projects is getting smaller and smaller. I just enhanced Magnus' (fdsmedia) fan DVD of SPIRITS OF DEATH for 16x9 playback and it looks pretty good.