variable quality within same movie

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  1. NaTT

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    Sorry me again.
    I was watching Hannibal last night on TT1.5 via DVI to my plasma. Anyway it started of pretty grainy or noisy not sure of the right term but then vast chunks of the film where crystal clear.
    It seemed like the stuff shot in Europe was clear and the stuff shot indoors in America was grainy. Like it was filmed on different film and it was showing up in the DVD production.
    Is this common or is it a player/disc thing?
     
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    film stocks vary from scene to scene , even shot to shot. There may also have been a stylistic reason for choosing specific stocks for certain scenes as well as technical.
     

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