The script isn’t meaningfully different from the DVD release, because there wasn’t a weird difference with an added few seconds of dead air up front like with Flying Ghostship. The only change is to accommodate the next thing:
The HD release has a special feature: there are two editions. The default will just play the movie as you’d expect. If you’ve seen the movie before, you know that during the ending credits, the movie zooms out into a small box as things continue to happen. The secondary edition uses a special feature on the BD to avoid that. The audio isn’t perfect, however. There’s a slight lead-in of silence on the edited version that doesn’t exist in the main, so you’ll hear a slight hiccup of about half a second. It’s not the default for a reason.
You can access it in mplayer by appending the flag -edition 1, in smplayer via browse>editions, or in MPC (or I guess any player that uses Haali) like so:
The SD doesn’t give you this capability, because mp4 doesn’t have equivalent functionality. Such is the trade-off for the ability to play on your toaster.
Thanks to Shinken Red_452 for supplying the video that makes this possible at all!