To my knowledge, yup. Timm even mentions as such in an interview from a few years back (I'd need time to dig it up).
They do talk about in the episode commentary around 2:40 to 3:48. Murakami points it out but Timm said it was more 50/50. Since it was an episode TMS was doing preproduction on, they asked the crew if they could try and animate it digitally to show them what they could do -- camera work and backgrounds are composited digitally -- but it's still done with old school techniques, too.To my knowledge, yup. Timm even mentions as such in an interview from a few years back (I'd need time to dig it up).
Robin's Reckoning was fixed by Fox the second time it aired, but the old WHV set used the first broadcast rather than the fixed one. Not sure about Night Of The Ninja or Joker's Wild. But a very common complaint about the DVD set is that they used the incorrect footage.Two episodes I noticed had small corrections:
On 'Robin's Reckoning Part 2', those who remember about Batman's famous wood on the leg that would change size from scene to scene, from being really small that it doesn't even reach Batman's knee, to being so large that Batman uses it as a crutch. They now fixed it and it's considerably better, always in a smaller size now, and Batman grabs his leg instead of using the wood as a crutch. Nice!
An even smaller one, in 'Night Of The Ninja' , the second flashback scene when Yoru Sensei tells Bruce that you can learn a lot from failure, Bruce looks up and the background used to go up with him too, something very weird. They now fixed that and its just Bruce that looks up and nothing else moves.
I should add that the sepia tone in the flashback scenes is less aparent, I don't know why... looks worse, but not that big of a deal.
I love that they went in and fixed some of this stuff. I remember someone saying that they fixed the ''Joker mobile'' sign from 'Joker's Wild' too. Havent seen that one yet though.