The Restoration of Atomic Betty is a Behind the Scenes documentary where the experts at Digital Vision US are hard at work turning the show's original Standard Definition version into a newly 1080p remastered version for the first time in true, intergalactic High Definition, in an effort to bring Betty, Sparky and X-5 into the newest age of the resolution in the galaxy. They also can take Atomic Betty to the next level.
It will be released from the Distribution360 vault and delivered from Toronto to Los Angeles for video restoration. Video scanning is used before making color correction being applied to its video material before transferring the video to a high tech restoration software, Phoenix Refine from Image Systems. All effects will be applied to the material itself while making a digital version and using DVO Clarity after removing damaged problems from it. All episodes (found in all three seasons) become intergalactically restored frame-by-frame from the original Canadian masters for video material, which is most likely because of a remastering of Flash animation cels.
While the remastering has access to the original materials they can reduce the amount of vertical cropping needed by opening up the pre-unseen sides (or areas) on both ends of the image to make the 16:9 widescreen framing, containing different shots of various scenes in the process. It also uses the same area and number of pixels being made, and can even be modified for its newer widescreen format.
On the audio mixing part, all six channels tell that Atomic Betty is mixed and recorded in DTS-HD Master Audio for multi-dimensional 5.1 surround sound, containing intense kicks, punches, laser "pew pew" sounds and others. Also, brand new sound effects are added in the HD remastered version. It also has a Track EQ effect for remastering the audio while remixed for a 5.1 sound experience.
Sometimes, the music video of the show's theme song, performed by 13-year-old Tajja Isen (the voice behind Betty Barrett), will also be made for restoration such as color correction, DVO effects, clarity, etc.
Season 1 will be coming March 5, 2024 on Netflix.
Season 2 will be coming September 24, 2024 on Netflix.
Season 3 (Mission: Earth) will be coming September 24, 2025 on Netflix.
Season 1 will be coming April 3, 2024 under the FilmRise label on Prime Video.
Season 2 will be coming July 24, 2024 under the FilmRise label on Prime Video.
Season 3 (Mission: Earth) will be coming November 26, 2024 under the FilmRise label on Prime Video.
Seasons 1, 2 & 3 (Mission: Earth) will be streaming in 2024 to Disney+.
Season 1 will be coming June 4, 2024 on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD.
Season 2 will be coming August 20, 2024 on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD.
Season 3 (Mission: Earth) will be coming October 22, 2024 on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD.
Season 1 will be coming May 7, 2024 on Hulu.
Season 2 will be coming September 4, 2024 on Hulu.
Season 3 (Mission: Earth) will be coming December 25, 2024 during Christmas on Hulu.
Made with "remastered" scenes and new sound effects.