Doctor Who- The Collection Season 20 (Limited Edition Packaging)
About this deal
Well this set has everything i would have wanted but i would really have liked updated special effects for Kamelion to have matched those for Planet of Fire. Thus, he had initially obtained permission to record and broadcast season 20 in 1982, thus making season 21 broadcast over the milestone 23 November 1983.
Each set was numbered based on the actor playing the Doctor - for example, season 12 was released in the US as "Doctor Who: Tom Baker Complete Season One".However, BBC Worldwide kept the slowed down frame rate that had been necessary for the 3D release, resulting in the story being presented at 1080p24. But I heard somewhere the rights for physical media distribution run out for series 1 soon with regards to uec.
Additionally, new features such as Behind the Sofa are produced in HD, and where possible previously unreleased versions of serials, such as the omnibus edition of Genesis of the Daleks, are included as well.
The back of the J-card features a description of the season, a list of new special features and technical specifications. For the purposes of this list, "Series 4" is considered to be the production series 4, which ran all the way from Time Crash to The End of Time. I have wondered if it would’ve been good to do individual special editions of stories to give them things like updated effects a few years before their season comes out on blu-ray so that when they work on the relevant box set, they can distribute their money across other features.
It must be the old master as there are no judder issues and the picture quality of studio and location scenes look far better than the Blu-ray.Having listened to his interview for type 40 I don’t think his claims can be legally usable in court. As for classic-era Doctor Who, whilst studio scenes were shot in standard-definition using electronic cameras, most on-location scenes were shot on 16mm film.