Gamma screw up in the My Name Is Nobody caps

By , September 19, 2012 11:32 pm

EDIT: Everything should be fine now.

So I took another look at my caps I made from the new French My Name Is Nobody Blu-Ray and realized the black bars weren’t actually black (you can easily see comparing to the Italian Blu-Ray cap I posted). It wouldn’t necessarily mean there were something wrong with the caps but in this there is. I think I solved the problem now so I will be updating the caps in the previous post at some point. The difference isn’t that big, but it is there. Sorry about that. :\

My Name Is Nobody French Blu-Ray (steelbook)

By , September 19, 2012 4:43 pm

Got this baby in the mail today. Includes English audio!

My Name Is Nobody (Mon Nom Est Personne) French Blu-Ray StudioCanal

Region B (confirmed). Italian, French and English audio.

The French subtitles ARE FORCED if watching in English or Italian. (and audio track can’t be changed while playing the movie) I was able to disable them earlier because of a program running in the background…

There are also French subtitles included which are enabled automatically if you choose English or Italian language in the menu. I can’t test the disc on a standalone Blu-Ray player at the moment so I don’t know if the subtitles can be turned off once the film is playing or if you can change the audio track there without activating the subs. All I can say is that with computer (with PowerDVD 6) I can turn off the subtitles and change audio tracks whenever I want without activating the subs again.

Will do a good comparison with the old Italian Blu-Ray (which has only Italian audio) later but in the meantime here are a couple of screenshots. These first six from the French Blu-Ray.

EDIT: Well I fixed the small problem with the screencaps. If there is still something wrong I don’t know what it is. :P I also took that one Italian Blu-Ray image again and it looked exactly the same as the old one.

And here we have a comparison with the old Italian Blu-Ray (the screenshot is something I took several years ago). French on the left, Italian on the right.

The disc is now available from