Star Trek 3D Blu Ray 2009

Star Trek 3D Blu Ray 2009

Year: 2009
Country: United States
Producer: J.J. Abrams
Duration: 2h 7 min.
Cast: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg
Conversion 2D to 3D by: DGC
IMDB: 7,9
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Story 3D Movie

In Star Trek 3D, the narrative unfolds with a divergent timeline following a catastrophic event that alters the course of history. The film introduces a young and rebellious crew, including a headstrong captain and his ambitious first officer, who find themselves aboard the Starship Enterprise.

As the crew faces a powerful and vengeful Romulan named Nero, who seeks to disrupt the fabric of the universe, they must unite and use their ingenuity to prevent a devastating chain of events. The film explores themes of friendship, destiny, and the resilience of the human spirit as the new crew learns to work together, ultimately forging a legacy that will shape the future of the Federation. Star Trek 3D is a reimagining that revitalizes the iconic franchise with a fresh perspective and a dynamic cast.

3D Movie from the Franchise - Star Trek

Star Trek 3D Blu Ray 2009 originally was not released in 3D but has been converted to 3D specifically for the 3D-HD.CLUB, offering viewers an enhanced visual experience of the thrilling action sequences and special effects in the movie.

3D conversion by DGC

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Review 3D Movie

The son of a Navy captain who died in battle, James Kirk, is having a good time – stealing cars, fighting in bars and teaching girls bad things. Fate still leads a stubborn man to the cadets of the Starfleet Academy and it seems, at first, the right choice – you can do the same thing here, only there are more girls around. The problems begin when a fleet squadron and a brand-new Enterprise cruiser go to a distress signal and fall into a trap set by the Romulan race. The squadron is defeated, only the Enterprise survived, whose crew now needs to figure out why the Romulans broke loose and how to save the planets they are going to destroy.

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Half OU 3D 1920x1080p: 20.04 GB

Full SBS 3D 3840x1080p: 27.65 GB

Blu-ray 3D: 38.04 GB

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Latest comments (4)
  1. Guest
    21 April 2023 10:32
    Hhi,
    I didn't have the black bars problem that @Alphonse had (I think you had to take the FullSBS version and watch it on your 3D TV without modification. Take the Half SBS version instead or else, 'resize ' the FullSBS version).

    My feedback after watching the film:

    There is everything for it to be an excellent 3D conversion. The depths are exceptional, the shots perfectly respected, almost no clipping... Everything to be perfect...
    But, but, but there is a huge problem with the characters!!! I almost had the impression that it was duplicated, whereas the background was perfect.
    This results in an unpleasant sensation on viewing which makes it painful and very tiring for the eyes.
    What a pity because everything else is really very good!
  2. edgar
    Guest
    23 April 2023 11:49
    Hi, all in all an extremely creamy conversion. Distances, depth, all very perfect. No noteworthy, moving connections in the background to moving figures. Even gaps in transparent objects, like between arms and legs, have been adjusted to the background. I agree with "Effe" in part. At least one scene, early in the film, with "Young Spock" is in one Close-up to see a strong double contour. There are also some minor "shakes" at a few points throughout the film. Especially with blurred peripheral figures that are close to the viewer and with a flickering background in peripheral areas. Also, some lighting effects that work well in 2D don't look as appropriate in 3D, particularly on the Enterprise's "bridge". But all these things were already included as effects in the 2D version of the film and are not really a fault of DGC. Of course you can think about editing one or the other effect of the template a little less or digitally removing lighting effects to get a nicer look. Like the foggy shots in the background, which flicker in 3D, or the body parts standing at the edge, which are very difficult to classify from a distance and are therefore sometimes annoying... But my friends, what do you expect? Here you can get extremely professionally converted material almost for free. Studios mostly don't do it anymore. it is too complex and too expensive for them. JFC and DGC invest a lot of time and get better film by film week by week. Alone the comparison of the only a few weeks old "Jurassic Park 2" with the current implementation of "Back to the Future 1", which JFC has just made available to us. Wow, only in very few scenes do background elements still have touching connections to acting characters in front. I'm thankful for every conversion they make. All the best, Edgar
  3. Guest
    25 April 2023 15:53
    i disagree with edgar, i am not thankful for every conversion, no matter it is free or not. i would pay 10-20€ for a perfekt expirience, i know we have to be gladful that these 2 guy are making this for us. but i would prefer quality over quantity. let us donate for this 2 guys that they can buy better hardware( i dont know if this would help) but if yes let us know!! why both are not colaborating? founding a company earning some money and get real professionells?????? if their is talent go for your goals and make the first step. we need guy like jfc and DGC. #

    but if you have a life and do it in your spare time its impossible to do it like the big companys. if we want near perfect conversions w have to invest into these 2 guys.

    what are the comunty thinks about my words?
  4. edgar
    Guest
    26 April 2023 20:19
    Hi,
    Of course, good conversions are also very important to me. Don't get me wrong, unfortunately DGC and JFC are picked around a little, around here if something isn't quite perfect. If something in the film was cutted out, that's one thing. It must be allowed to criticize something when something is wrong. But only when it is not outside of their influence. But if there is something in the master that stands in the way of perfecting a conversion, that doesn't mean that the conversion can't be top otherwise.
    DGC set the bar extremely high with Wall-E and got a lot of praise, but that wasn't the case with STAR TREK. However, DGC and JFC are not to blame if the source material contains effects made for for 2D. Cameron had a lot of trouble with Terminator 2 to convert the 2D material well and at least it took a whole studio and a lot of people for over 2 years. In this respect, what DGC and JFC are doing is absolutely great. It is probably not easy to keep optimal results with suboptimal source material and yet DGC is very close to the quantum leap to popout effects. maybe 10-20 more conversions and then...
    By "thankful" I just meant that it is not a matter of course that someone spend so much time to their passion and then shares it with others.
    I thought the conversion of STAR TREK was great, apart from the few elements that were mentioned, which were not in the sphere of influence of DGC.
    all the best, Edgar
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