As far as I'm concerned, there's Snyders "Justice League", and The Whedon Cut that we will NEVER watch again.
Synder's film doesn't just fit in with MoS and BvS, it's also a better match to the worlds of both WW movies, Aquaman, Birds of Prey and even Suicide Squad, which is another film WB needs to go back and release in it's Directors version, not the promo-clip-house version.
It's little things like the look of the Amazons in Justice League, that now matches the look from WW, and there's more sense of sacrifice in the Amazon's battle with Steppenwolf. The additional material for Cyborg and The Flash, and their abilities, fills out the characters better, as does the additional footage of Lois and her guest, along with the hints from what was hiding in Lois's drawer.
I'd prefer to see a properly framed 2.39:1 aspect ratio version, though the framing for Imax does explain why that other version was only available 16:9.
Films telling stories of this scale deserve the best aspect ratio, matching the shape of the visual pattern of how humans see, and that's Widescreen, not Imax.
Math Check! Aisle One!
"12K" is NOT 6,000 White + 2000 Green + 2000 Red + 2000 Blue for "12,000 pixel resolution."
"HD" is 2.2 Million, minimum, and this author write 12K as 12,000 pixels?
Try 12,288 TIMES 6480 for 79,626,240 Pixels!
So the new BMD sensor has over 38 Megapixel resolution on the 'white' pixels, and over 38 Megapixels shared for the RGB channels.
Right, now, note to Editorial Dept - Who Let Mistakes Like This Get Published!
If the writer is capable of such a basic error, the rest of this article is suspect and needs a fact checking.
"It had a car moving fast over a landscape. It had an airplane and motorcycles and an F1 chasing it. "
It's a Dreamscape, not a landscape - the first words of the dialog even indicate the driver is in a dream.
Where is the more then one motorcycle?
And, proving the writer is not a motorsport fan,.. That Is Not An "F1" car,... looks more like an 80's IMSA car.
Who does the fact checking around here??!!
So, basically, they're going to be more of the same, CoDecs for efficient delivery that people will use for content creation because consumer cameras will pick them up.
They'll waste even more CPU and GPU cycles in opening and displaying footage then ever before (because they're compressed even more), forcing another round of GPU and set-top-box updates.
Meanwhile, content creators are stuck with ProRes in a lot of cases, or seeing products get lawsuits from Red over uncompressed recording.
Intriguing technique, but it doesn't look like they've done much to correct the ballistics of debris motion.
Awwww, that pretty.
Now go sub to Mr Steele and NurkFPV on YouTube, those guys would have followed the coaster through the tunnel sections ;)