How The “What We Left Behind” Team Determined What ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Moments Would Be In HD

The ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘ documentary ‘What We Left Behind‘ had a ton of great content for fans but one of the best features was the remastered HD scenes from the series. The reason why the entire series hasn’t been redone in HD was that this conversion from the original footage is both expensive and time-consuming. However, there were specific shots that hadn’t ended up being remastered. When asked about one of the scenes in particular, which was left in standard definition, it turns out that the documentary’s finances and time weren’t the only reasons that some things were left unchanged. In one particular instance, it was an artistic choice that still ended up delivering new content for fans. RELATED:  Armin Shimerman Talks ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ And The New Documentary ‘What We Left Behind’   According to producer Kai de Mello-Folsom at STLV19: “We had to be particular with the scenes we were requesting in HD, it is an expensive and time-intensive process. We made the decision that there were a couple of key sequences that we had from dailies, which were essentially a VHS tape that Ira saved for many years, which is the raw camera roll … Continue reading How The “What We Left Behind” Team Determined What ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Moments Would Be In HD