Game Of Thrones: Seasons 1-8 4K Ultra-HD [2019] [Region Free] [Blu-ray]

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Game Of Thrones: Seasons 1-8 4K Ultra-HD [2019] [Region Free] [Blu-ray]

Game Of Thrones: Seasons 1-8 4K Ultra-HD [2019] [Region Free] [Blu-ray]

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It’s also what you’ve been waiting for to truly flex the muscles of your home cinema projector and dedicated 4K UHD Blu-ray player. As you can see down below I graciously provided you with a shot of the front, rear and spine of the what would be a…spoiler alert…giant slip cover. The densest parts of the soundtrack - including the opening title track - can sound a little soupy, too. HBO has released the complete series on Blu-ray previously, and Seasons One and Eight have been released on 4K Ultra HD as well (you can read our review of Season One here on The Bits). Does anyone know if that is going to change or what exactly is happening with UHD availability of all seasons?

As stated prior the above audio score and related critique of how things sound down below are based solely upon my viewings against a cumulative average curve of the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray presentations of HBO’s Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection. It will be interesting to see whether the addition of a HDR stream will make some details more discernible, following complaints from viewers when the episode originally aired in 2019. The final seasons of the series were finished in 4K to begin with, while the earlier seasons were upsampled to create new 4K DIs. HDCAM SR has an HQ recording mode that provides an 880 Mbps video data rate with low compression, so the detail visible in the Ultra HD image is improved a bit; it’s rock solid, tighter-looking, and much less noisy than the previous Blu-ray presentation.strategies" in terms of holding multiple discs, with some cases offering discs stacked on top of each other, and others offering separate hinged holders. Well, none of the episode previews and recaps or the In-Episode Guides from the Blu-ray editions are included, though it should be noted that while the text content from Complete Guide to Westeros is missing, all of the animated video-based clips are still here. There are any number of standout elements in the 4K UHD presentations in terms of detail levels and especially fine detail levels.

Color Reproduction: Compared to the 1080p Blu-ray Disc the colors here appear wider thanks in part to the 4K’s Wide Color Gamut resulting in both more natural, lifelike colors as well as bold ones too. I wasn’t lying and I even showed you proof of one that just said Bonus Features (see again HERE for a refresher). Just an FYI the redemption code paperwork for the digital copies of the complete series was found within my Season 1 case. Something to note is that somehow the Complete Collection looks far better than the 4K Blu-rays that have been around for a long time of the first season. This achievement is all the more impressive once you realize a lot of this is actually upscaled 2160p, because the first two seasons were recorded in full HD, not UHD.Remember up above I mentioned the Episode Guide lists all the extras and breaks them down by what disc they can be found on? Dass der Großteil nicht auf Deutsch, sondern auf Englisch und andere Sprachen zu sehen ist, ist kein Problem, ich finde die englische Version am natürlichsten, die deutsche Synchronisation wirkt auf mich recht hölzern, besonders, wenn man es vorher auf Englisch angesehen hat. Colors have been enriched too, but usually only to the extent that they look more natural; more like they would, in other words, if hit in the real world by the sort of increased amounts of light the HDR regrade has introduced.

So if you want that scene as originally broadcast, you’ll want to hang onto that first Blu-ray set in particular.

Black levels have been taken down to gorgeously rich, inky levels without shadow detail being crushed, while contrasting bright highlights - candles, reflections on metal and skin tones, beams of sunlight - have been given a beautiful boost in brightness and intensity. If you’re a fan of the show and 4K Disc home media collector, then you’ll remember that the first season (full review HERE) and eighth season (full review HERE) of the show were previously released on the preferred format we’re here to talk about today. One last thing I had to admire as I revisited the series for this review is just how quickly and effectively it establishes the memorable tone that will endure throughout Game Of Thrones’ subsequent six series. For more about Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection 4K and the Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection 4K Blu-ray release, see Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection 4K Blu-ray Review published by Jeffrey Kauffman on November 4, 2020 where this Blu-ray release scored 5.

Whether you’ve never seen the show or want to rewatch Game of Thrones in spectacular, glorious 4K HDR, this collection is what you’ve been waiting for. Good shout out I hadn't realised they had started adding in 4K HDR like you said late but I guess better late then never. This is especially true for anyone able to watch the show in Dolby Vision, which does a lovely job of adding even more dynamism to the show’s many high-contrast shots, while also delivering a more controlled and consistent look to colors - especially skin tones during dark interior sequences.

Third, the Season Three Blu-ray was available at Target with a bonus disc that included a 90-minute An Evening with Game of Thrones 2013 Emmy panel discussion. I personally can’t think of a more perfect way to cap off the completion of watching all the seasons across these discs.



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