Doesn't work on mobile because you can't "mouse over". I doubt it'll work on the PS4 browser either.
Offt, that looks horrendous, surely something like that wouldn't have gotten through QC? Hopefully this is cleared up as no way am I paying £50 for that.
I don't pay for "good enough" though. Why reencode if the result looks bad? Keep your fingers aways from a perfectly fine video to whoever did this.Had a look at the check disc...
Dual layer, 42.2 GB used. Now I don't know about brightness, as I haven't seen any other version to compare. So I went to that scene, played it through... then I got close up to the TV and played it through... then I pressed pause and frame advanced through the scene... which is when I noticed that the compression is evident. I haven't yet seen the rest of the film to comment, but if you're watching it on a TV at 10 feet, then it's probably good enough to watch. If you're watching it on a laptop screen at 12 inches, your mileage may vary. But that single frame makes it look a lot worse than it actually is.
I don't pay for "good enough" though. Why reencode if the result looks bad? Keep your fingers aways from a perfectly fine video to whoever did this.
It's just there is a tendency on those comparison sites to take one frame of garbage and extrapolate that the whole film looks that way, when it's not necessarily so.
It seems that Madman have done the authoring, and they certainly have previous when it comes to altering the original intent. Look at what they did to the Ghibli Blu-rays that Studiocanal released. Then again, Funimation are releasing it in the US, and they aren't above messing with video too, look at their Cowboy Bebop and Akira discs.
I made that comparison based on screenshots sent to me. It is evident in more locations in the film than just that, but that was a scene described to me "at its worst".
Also what about people paying £40+ for the Deluxe