Good to see that the Attack on Titan blu-rays fixes all the amazing/terrible frames that the TV airing had.
Are dodgy inbetweens that big of an issue? there impossible to see unless you look for them.
I think they are, it looks terrible and is super easy to spot.
I realize that Wit is probably still trying to make the TV airing not fall apart, depending on how behind they are at the moment. But blurring all the shitty looking stuff in the BD's and leaving the hilarious inbetweens is disappointing as hell.
There are some pretty famous Disney stills that look even worse. There's no reason to get bent out of shape from still frames.
On an unrelated note I just saw this super hyped video. I haven't researched this series, but I want to know if this is something I should be hyped about.
I'm not getting bent out of shape, I'm saying it's disappointing it wasn't fixed. Also your Disney argument is terrible.
In terms of Kyokai, it's a pretty light novel-ass light novel being done by KyoAni. So I guess if you're into Ishidate animation then sure, be hyped.
How is my Disney argument terrible? Disney is top tier in terms of its animation and their movies still have terrible stills. Anime is widely known for having comical inbetweens. I wanted the blu rays to fix their still shots/panning shots that should have been animated. Being disappointed by stills doesn't seem very productive. You'd be disappointed by the majority of stuff out there.
The difference between this stuff and the majority of stuff out there is that Titan is made at a way higher budget than most regular shows are, Wit was just hilariously rushed to make it and a lot of money was thrown at the show to save it from being actively on fire. This is why people are disappointed that greater lengths weren't taken to fix the shit in the BD's, merely blurring backgrounds too instead of fixing errors.
Maybe you should take context and the industry into account when discussing these things.
EDIT: Also, stills, whatever that isn't even what I'm complaining about here.
If anything could be said about the animation in anime is that they do what they can with the time and budget they are given. There are various examples out there of budget constraints affecting the animation quality of a show or a series putting their money into specific scenes/episodes. I'm certainly not going to argue about what a show should or should not be capable of with X budget. I'm not an animator on the show.
This smells too much of the Skullgirls budget breakdown where people complained about the time, money, and work required to add the new characters as if they knew the specifics of what it took to get it all done.
I'm sure that throwing more money, animators, and time at Attack on Titan would fix all the issues that everyone has, but that isn't going to happen. You tell me to take context and industry into account? I'm taking history into account and history says there will NEVER be enough resources to create what people really want and for studios to reach their true goals with their animation projects.
Not true. But hey, continue on your crazy parade.