Remastered pictures Edit

I found a site that compares the remastered episodes from TNG to the original can someone include them in the respective episode articles?--FossilLord 05:32, March 21, 2014 (UTC)


[2] The preceding unsigned comment was added by FossilLord (talk • contribs).

It's a well known site that has been around for several years. I don't think we do a comparison gallery of remastered images as a general rule, unless the remastering alters something significantly which is worthy of comment. --| TrekFan Open a channel 06:45, March 21, 2014 (UTC)
Besides Ex Astris Scientia is mentioned in the TNG section, including what they do--Sennim (talk) 07:09, March 21, 2014 (UTC)
I agree. Ex Astris Scientia is the more appropriate site for analysis and comparison of remastered images. --| TrekFan Open a channel 19:25, March 21, 2014 (UTC)
Are you sure those two TMO pics labeled right? The "enhanced" one looks much worse. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

U.S. HDTV Edit

"Anything upward from 720p is considered HD as opposed to the old television standard-definition (SD) of 480i (for America)"

Actually, NTSC video is 525i not 480i (which is more of a Quicktime standard size for NTSC). And anything here in America better than NTSC is referred to as High Definition (ATSC), including 720p. 20:35, December 10, 2015 (UTC)

Downscaling and spatial resolution Edit

That segment sounds weird. Maybe someone can make sure that what's meant is really not that the downscaled footage looks better than it would have if it had been recorded in that lower resolution natively. I can't quite believe that the downscaled material would look better than the higher resolution material it was created from. Downscaling is done for supersampling; the same approach that drives conventional anti-aliasing techniques. Through interpolation, some of the detail from the higher-res material can be incorporated into the lower-res material; which is a process that, if attempred to apply on the low-res material natively, would amount to unsharpness. -- 02:56, February 22, 2018 (UTC)