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TacticalTimbo18th Mar

Voted hot, but not real 4k sadly; …Voted hot, but not real 4k sadly; http://realorfake4k.com/my-product/suicide-squad/


That website is fake
Still worth an upgrade for HDR... if you can stand the movie.
deleted80034218th Mar

That website is fake


So it's not a 2k digital master, I don't understand you?
This seller seems to be selling a few at decent prices. How can you search amazon for just their products?
deleted80034218th Mar

That website is fake


This site is saying the same as all the YouTubers who review physical uhd disks. So if their fake then by default so are the YouTubers.
richardgraham27 m ago

This seller seems to be selling a few at decent prices. How can you search …This seller seems to be selling a few at decent prices. How can you search amazon for just their products?



Only three. This, The Lego Movie (6.39) & Batman v Superman (12.99)
TacticalTimbo1 h, 32 m ago

Voted hot, but not real 4k sadly; …Voted hot, but not real 4k sadly; http://realorfake4k.com/my-product/suicide-squad/


You'd think in this day and age it would be in 4K. Might avoid getting this on iTunes now. Was going to purchase the DC movie bundle posted here the other day, but the majority of them are all fake 4K unfortunately.
Edited by: "Caskey" 18th Mar
Thanks for posting. Ordered.

Have some heat !
bad movie - painful
TacticalTimbo1 h, 57 m ago

Voted hot, but not real 4k sadly; …Voted hot, but not real 4k sadly; http://realorfake4k.com/my-product/suicide-squad/


Really?
When u sit in the cinema or buy a uhd disc can you honestly say "oh im not happy it doesnt look 4k"
No you cant until you believe a website that itself may not be real
Caskey1 h, 7 m ago

You'd think in this day and age it would be in 4K. Might avoid getting …You'd think in this day and age it would be in 4K. Might avoid getting this on iTunes now. Was going to purchase the DC movie bundle posted here the other day, but the majority of them are all fake 4K unfortunately.


Unless you own the only iPhone in the world with a 4k screen why buy anything from iTunes in uhd??????
tasker6 m ago

Really?When u sit in the cinema or buy a uhd disc can you honestly say "oh …Really?When u sit in the cinema or buy a uhd disc can you honestly say "oh im not happy it doesnt look 4k"No you cant until you believe a website that itself may not be real


Either it's mastered in 4K, or it isn't 4K; this isn't about the feels.
Caskey1 h, 14 m ago

You'd think in this day and age it would be in 4K. Might avoid getting …You'd think in this day and age it would be in 4K. Might avoid getting this on iTunes now. Was going to purchase the DC movie bundle posted here the other day, but the majority of them are all fake 4K unfortunately.



That website needs to die a death. Sorry, but it’s just spreading misinformation. There are more to films than just the resolution. Look at Kodi with it’s crap low bitrate streams. It still outputs at full hd, but they’re full of compression artifacts that make it blocky looking and scrubs detail.

If you want these films in the best quality possible, then buy them in 4K. 2K is still higher than 1080p. You then get the added benefit of HDR, Wide Colour Gamut, improved compression techniques etc.

Pacific Rim is a 2K disc and I dare anyone to say with a straight face that it doesn’t look better in 4K blu when compared to the 1080p blu. It could look even better too if the studios are willing to rerender the special effects into 4K (basically, remake them from the ground up) but that will cost them millions and millions to do. They aren’t going to go to that expense throughout their back catalogue as they wouldn’t make enough money to warrant it.

People are seriously missing out on some fantastic quality discs due to that horrible site misleadig them.
tasker11 m ago

Unless you own the only iPhone in the world with a 4k screen why buy …Unless you own the only iPhone in the world with a 4k screen why buy anything from iTunes in uhd??????



Because Apple TV has 4K HDR now maybe? It’s also been found to be extremely close to 4K UHD discs for quality by reviewers too. (Which I can confirm to be the case too as I own both formats.)

TacticalTimbo6 m ago

Either it's mastered in 4K, or it isn't 4K; this isn't about the feels.



The resolution also isn’t the be all and end all for the quality of a disc either. That website is spreading misinformation about the use of upscales by the studios. It isn’t the same as putting a 1080p disc into your 4K player. Not even remotely close.
Biddy25 m ago

That website needs to die a death. Sorry, but it’s just spreading m …That website needs to die a death. Sorry, but it’s just spreading misinformation. There are more to films than just the resolution. Look at Kodi with it’s crap low bitrate streams. It still outputs at full hd, but they’re full of compression artifacts that make it blocky looking and scrubs detail.If you want these films in the best quality possible, then buy them in 4K. 2K is still higher than 1080p. You then get the added benefit of HDR, Wide Colour Gamut, improved compression techniques etc. Pacific Rim is a 2K disc and I dare anyone to say with a straight face that it doesn’t look better in 4K blu when compared to the 1080p blu. It could look even better too if the studios are willing to rerender the special effects into 4K (basically, remake them from the ground up) but that will cost them millions and millions to do. They aren’t going to go to that expense throughout their back catalogue as they wouldn’t make enough money to warrant it. People are seriously missing out on some fantastic quality discs due to that horrible site misleadig them.


Totally agree
Im fact a lot of films especially back catalogue stuff is downscaled to 4k as the original masters are higher quality
Agree with Pacific rim it looks stunning on the right setup
tasker14 m ago

Unless you own the only iPhone in the world with a 4k screen why buy …Unless you own the only iPhone in the world with a 4k screen why buy anything from iTunes in uhd??????


If you have an Apple TV thingamajig I believe you can watch your iTunes library by streaming to your 4k TV. Costs a lot though (though the price of UHDs themselves is good since Apple have an exclusive deal to sell them cheap).
tasker8 m ago

Totally agreeIm fact a lot of films especially back catalogue stuff is …Totally agreeIm fact a lot of films especially back catalogue stuff is downscaled to 4k as the original masters are higher quality Agree with Pacific rim it looks stunning on the right setup



The Transformers films are another that are stunning on 4K blu ray. On 1080p blu ray, the skin tones always looked ridiculously orange to me, but on 4K blu, they are natural looking. Less overblown and in your face.

There is more detail thoughout the films too, even on the 2K rendered Transformers themselves. Add HDR to that and it’s mindblowing.

Ok, the films are really bad to some, but the picture quality really is night and day compared to their 1080p blu versions. According to “real or fake” though, it is a “fake” 4K disc. Ridiculous really.
tasker38 m ago

Unless you own the only iPhone in the world with a 4k screen why buy …Unless you own the only iPhone in the world with a 4k screen why buy anything from iTunes in uhd??????


I use an Apple 4K TV box...

The price of it is a joke tbh though. You don't even get a HDMI cable with it, put it that way. But I only bought it since I'm trying to go all digital, and they do their 4K movies at some really good prices.
Edited by: "Caskey" 18th Mar
Biddy220 m ago

Because Apple TV has 4K HDR now maybe? It’s also been found to be e …Because Apple TV has 4K HDR now maybe? It’s also been found to be extremely close to 4K UHD discs for quality by reviewers too. (Which I can confirm to be the case too as I own both formats.)The resolution also isn’t the be all and end all for the quality of a disc either. That website is spreading misinformation about the use of upscales by the studios. It isn’t the same as putting a 1080p disc into your 4K player. Not even remotely close.


You're strawmanning me, I never said it's '...the same as putting a 1080p disc into your 4K player'. I'm merely stating that you can't add back data/pixels, that weren't there when it was filmed/mastered.

I also never said resolution is the only factor, in the makeup of a quality image, but it is a major factor, and there's no point trying to downplay it.
TacticalTimbo15 m ago

You're strawmanning me, I never said it's '...the same as putting a 1080p …You're strawmanning me, I never said it's '...the same as putting a 1080p disc into your 4K player'. I'm merely stating that you can't add back data/pixels, that weren't there when it was filmed/mastered.I also never said resolution is the only factor, in the makeup of a quality image, but it is a major factor, and there's no point trying to downplay it.



No, It doesn’t work like that at all.

John Wick is a perfect example of that logic being flawed. The first film is 4K while the second is a 2K master. The second film is regarded as a better 4K disc in regards to picture quality. According to the logic of “can’t add more pixel detail”, then how can a 2K master look more detailed?

Films can look less detailed due to how they are shot, regardless of the resolution. The resolution is not the major factor in whether these discs look better or not.

Watch these videos on this site. yedlin.net/Res…mo/ They are made by a cinematographer who has worked on Star Wars, Looper and others. He explains how this “fake 4K” nonsense is just that, nonsense.
That real or fake site almost dissuaded me from buying 4k discs such as ghost in the shell and despicable me (both 2k). The picture in both is amazing. Dolby vision makes despicable me look outstanding.

In contrast I bought blade runner 2049 which is real 4k, expecting mind blowing picture and it was just as good as the others (watching on LG 65 oled)
Owen__Johnston1 m ago

Also use blu-ray.com or ultrahd.highdefdigest.com reviews before making …Also use blu-ray.com or ultrahd.highdefdigest.com reviews before making the decision to miss out.


Alternatively grow a pair and decide yourself
If I listened to critics Id never have half the films I do in my 1000 disc collection or enjoy them as I do
tasker7 m ago

Alternatively grow a pair and decide yourself If I listened to critics Id …Alternatively grow a pair and decide yourself If I listened to critics Id never have half the films I do in my 1000 disc collection or enjoy them as I do



Owen__Johnston20 m ago

Also use blu-ray.com or ultrahd.highdefdigest.com reviews before making …Also use blu-ray.com or ultrahd.highdefdigest.com reviews before making the decision to miss out.


Sure thing boss-

'I have been watching 4K discs since the format's debut last March, including review discs and others, but Warner's 2160p, HEVC/H.265-encoded UHD of Suicide Squad provided a unique experience, as I stared at the screen trying to make out any improvements over the standard Blu-ray. Since the film was completed on a digital intermediate at 2K, it isn't surprising that the 4K discs offers no increase in visible resolution, but the HDR encoding (so heavily touted in Warner's ubiquitous promo for UHD) typically supplies a more vivid image through improved contrast and black levels. Not so with Suicide Squad. Contrast is not enhanced, and to the extent blacks have been altered, the change isn't for the better. In scene after scene set at night or in dark interiors, blacks appear to have been brightened by the HDR encoder to the point where an already dim image has gained an additional layer of haze. (The scenes involving Incubus and Enchantress working together to destroy the world are particularly notable in this regard.) The change in black levels may also account for some subtle shifts in color values. For example, Deadshot's prison jumpsuit, which was previously yellow, is now a subdued shade of orange. The reds of Harley Quinn's hair, lipstick and costume are less red, while Joker's hair has become a shade more green. No doubt, adjustments to one's player or display device can compensate for these various anomalies, but what is the point of acquiring a 4K disc that requires tweaking the equipment just to achieve as good an image as the standard Blu-ray?'- blu-ray.com 1.5/5 stars PQ
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Sorta what I was screaming, it sounds like even the magical post-processing ain't up to much.


blu-ray.com/mov…34/
Edited by: "TacticalTimbo" 18th Mar
Who gives a toss whether this movie is in 2k or 4K? It wouldn’t matter if it was in 200k, the movie stinks and it would stink in any resolution!
Can i watch it on a 1080p TV using my Xbox One S until i get a 4K TV?
corin.gillingham2 m ago

Can i watch it on a 1080p TV using my Xbox One S until i get a 4K TV?


Yes
corin.gillingham2 m ago

Can i watch it on a 1080p TV using my Xbox One S until i get a 4K TV?


It comes with a normal bluray which you can play on your xbox until you get a 4k tv
corin.gillingham2 m ago

Can i watch it on a 1080p TV using my Xbox One S until i get a 4K TV?



Yes, it comes with the BD
IronSoldier6 m ago

It comes with a normal bluray which you can play on your xbox until you …It comes with a normal bluray which you can play on your xbox until you get a 4k tv


Thank you Ordered it now!
FlangeNut1236 m ago

Yes, it comes with the BD


Thankies
TacticalTimbo51 m ago

Sure thing boss-'I have been watching 4K discs since the format's debut …Sure thing boss-'I have been watching 4K discs since the format's debut last March, including review discs and others, but Warner's 2160p, HEVC/H.265-encoded UHD of Suicide Squad provided a unique experience, as I stared at the screen trying to make out any improvements over the standard Blu-ray. Since the film was completed on a digital intermediate at 2K, it isn't surprising that the 4K discs offers no increase in visible resolution, but the HDR encoding (so heavily touted in Warner's ubiquitous promo for UHD) typically supplies a more vivid image through improved contrast and black levels. Not so with Suicide Squad. Contrast is not enhanced, and to the extent blacks have been altered, the change isn't for the better. In scene after scene set at night or in dark interiors, blacks appear to have been brightened by the HDR encoder to the point where an already dim image has gained an additional layer of haze. (The scenes involving Incubus and Enchantress working together to destroy the world are particularly notable in this regard.) The change in black levels may also account for some subtle shifts in color values. For example, Deadshot's prison jumpsuit, which was previously yellow, is now a subdued shade of orange. The reds of Harley Quinn's hair, lipstick and costume are less red, while Joker's hair has become a shade more green. No doubt, adjustments to one's player or display device can compensate for these various anomalies, but what is the point of acquiring a 4K disc that requires tweaking the equipment just to achieve as good an image as the standard Blu-ray?'- blu-ray.com 1.5/5 stars PQ.Sorta what I was screaming, it sounds like even the magical post-processing ain't up to much.http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Suicide-Squad-4K-Blu-ray/161534/



So a bad release means all 2K masters are “fake” and bad? Is that what you’re saying?

Pacific Rim’s review which according to real of fake, means you shouldn’t buy it.

”Pacific Rim's UHD release, even supposedly sourced from a 2K digital intermediate (via 5K native digital photography), improves upon the stellar, previously released 2015 Blu-ray in every way: textural clarity, color, and black level perfection. It's not a runaway improvement, though, if only because the Blu-ray is so good on its own merits, but whether directly comparing the releases or enjoying the movie's UHD presentation on its own, the UHD's upper-end qualities are easy too identify. Clarity of detail and vibrancy and depth of colors and blacks are obvious from the outset, as electric blues and fiery reds emerge to begin the movie, building in complexity and intensity with incredible eye-catching results. Conducting an A-B compare does indeed reveal the refinements to the colors, adding stability, depth, and nuance, increasing brilliance but presenting with a modestly more firm and organic and a little less showy appearance. Such holds true with every color, including the abundantly colorful holographic hues seen in various command center computer consoles. Blue Kaiju accents, fireballs, orange sparks, every color presents with a level of saturation and intensity and authenticity that the Blu-ray cannot match and reveals some of the finest implementations of the HDR10 format yet seen on UHD, certainly aided a bit as the colors pop against and contrast with many of the film's bleaker backgrounds, particularly during battles out on the seas at night between creature and robot. Additionally, black levels are impressively stout, capturing perfect depth and increased shadow detail for the duration, where not only is simple nighttime depth improved but also black apparel and lower light locations.

Improvements to detail are not at all subtle, but neither are the improvements astronomically significant, again referring back to a previously established top-end Blu-ray. There's a clear uptick in sharpness and overall clarity when comparing the two. Skin textures find much more nuanced clarity and revelatory detail in pores and hairs. Scuffed armor and fabric clothes are also much more refined, and even digital effects, whether mechanical Jaegers or organic Kaiju, enjoy ample upticks in clarity and definition. Idris Elba's face reveals a strong boost in general sharpness and complexity, as does his dense fabric military uniform. Environments, from dense city streets to clustered and somewhat claustrophobic Jaeger interiors, from open waters to large military bases, all are showcases of elemental and manmade object clarity where there's not a smudge, smeary corner, or lacking detail to be found. Pacific Rim's UHD is certainly fantastic. It's about the best-case scenario for a 2K upscale yet seen on the format, considering both the gorgeously popping HDR colors and more solidified textural accuracy. It's a five-star release, even if the improvements over the Blu-ray constitute only a single leap rather than several.”

blu-ray.com/mov…29/

Their point to use Bluray.com over that crap site you posted, has been validated if anything. Suicide Squad is a bad release. That doesn’t make Real or Fake a valid website, nor does it prove your point about “Fake 4K” releases.
corin.gillingham9 m ago

Thank you Ordered it now!



The 4K disc should output at 1080p on your TV still.
Biddy227 m ago

So a bad release means all 2K masters are “fake” and bad? Is that what you …So a bad release means all 2K masters are “fake” and bad? Is that what you’re saying?Pacific Rim’s review which according to real of fake, means you shouldn’t buy it.”Pacific Rim's UHD release, even supposedly sourced from a 2K digital intermediate (via 5K native digital photography), improves upon the stellar, previously released 2015 Blu-ray in every way: textural clarity, color, and black level perfection. It's not a runaway improvement, though, if only because the Blu-ray is so good on its own merits, but whether directly comparing the releases or enjoying the movie's UHD presentation on its own, the UHD's upper-end qualities are easy too identify. Clarity of detail and vibrancy and depth of colors and blacks are obvious from the outset, as electric blues and fiery reds emerge to begin the movie, building in complexity and intensity with incredible eye-catching results. Conducting an A-B compare does indeed reveal the refinements to the colors, adding stability, depth, and nuance, increasing brilliance but presenting with a modestly more firm and organic and a little less showy appearance. Such holds true with every color, including the abundantly colorful holographic hues seen in various command center computer consoles. Blue Kaiju accents, fireballs, orange sparks, every color presents with a level of saturation and intensity and authenticity that the Blu-ray cannot match and reveals some of the finest implementations of the HDR10 format yet seen on UHD, certainly aided a bit as the colors pop against and contrast with many of the film's bleaker backgrounds, particularly during battles out on the seas at night between creature and robot. Additionally, black levels are impressively stout, capturing perfect depth and increased shadow detail for the duration, where not only is simple nighttime depth improved but also black apparel and lower light locations. Improvements to detail are not at all subtle, but neither are the improvements astronomically significant, again referring back to a previously established top-end Blu-ray. There's a clear uptick in sharpness and overall clarity when comparing the two. Skin textures find much more nuanced clarity and revelatory detail in pores and hairs. Scuffed armor and fabric clothes are also much more refined, and even digital effects, whether mechanical Jaegers or organic Kaiju, enjoy ample upticks in clarity and definition. Idris Elba's face reveals a strong boost in general sharpness and complexity, as does his dense fabric military uniform. Environments, from dense city streets to clustered and somewhat claustrophobic Jaeger interiors, from open waters to large military bases, all are showcases of elemental and manmade object clarity where there's not a smudge, smeary corner, or lacking detail to be found. Pacific Rim's UHD is certainly fantastic. It's about the best-case scenario for a 2K upscale yet seen on the format, considering both the gorgeously popping HDR colors and more solidified textural accuracy. It's a five-star release, even if the improvements over the Blu-ray constitute only a single leap rather than several.”http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Pacific-Rim-4K-Blu-ray/151129/#ReviewTheir point to use Bluray.com over that crap site you posted, has been validated if anything. Suicide Squad is a bad release. That doesn’t make Real or Fake a valid website, nor does it prove your point about “Fake 4K” releases.


Holy hell dude, you lost, get over it Stop trying to misrepresent or twist what I said, stop bringing in other reviews, for other films, just DEAL WITH IT!

I know of all 3 sites mentioned in this thread, I don't work for the original site I cited, don't give a rats. When being skool'd, and told to use another site, it just reaffirmed what I'd said, WORSE it damned the static others had attempted to obfuscate with.

DEAL WITH IT!
TacticalTimbo35 m ago

Holy hell dude, you lost, get over it Stop trying to misrepresent or twist …Holy hell dude, you lost, get over it Stop trying to misrepresent or twist what I said, stop bringing in other reviews, for other films, just DEAL WITH IT!I know of all 3 sites mentioned in this thread, I don't work for the original site I cited, don't give a rats. When being skool'd, and told to use another site, it just reaffirmed what I'd said, WORSE it damned the static others had attempted to obfuscate with.DEAL WITH IT!



Skool’d? Lost? Deal with it? What have I lost out of interest?

Only person losing out is you, by using real or fake.
Biddy23 h, 53 m ago

That website needs to die a death. Sorry, but it’s just spreading m …That website needs to die a death. Sorry, but it’s just spreading misinformation. There are more to films than just the resolution. Look at Kodi with it’s crap low bitrate streams. It still outputs at full hd, but they’re full of compression artifacts that make it blocky looking and scrubs detail.If you want these films in the best quality possible, then buy them in 4K. 2K is still higher than 1080p. You then get the added benefit of HDR, Wide Colour Gamut, improved compression techniques etc. Pacific Rim is a 2K disc and I dare anyone to say with a straight face that it doesn’t look better in 4K blu when compared to the 1080p blu. It could look even better too if the studios are willing to rerender the special effects into 4K (basically, remake them from the ground up) but that will cost them millions and millions to do. They aren’t going to go to that expense throughout their back catalogue as they wouldn’t make enough money to warrant it. People are seriously missing out on some fantastic quality discs due to that horrible site misleadig them.


2k basically is 1080p
Parfy11 m ago

2k basically is 1080p


It’s a higher resolution than 1080p. Closer to 1080p but it is still higher than it.

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After watching this film (think it was a cheap rental) I don't think improving the resolution, bit rate, dynamic range, contrast etc would have helped
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