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OooOOoh very excited to see this Andreas!
Andreas said:A quick update in the midst of exams and school.
The edit IS getting there, I AM close to a finish. But please bare with me for a couple more weeks. I refuse to release it in an unfinished state, and I have a couple few tweaks left to complete before I can render the complete version.
Here's for a late November release! :*
Ah man, that made me smile and feel warm in the fuzzy place called heart.lapis molari said:No worries. If that works for your schedule, I look forward to watch your edit during Christmas break. I picture it now:
- "What are you watching?"
[excitedly] - "A new edit of Episode I".
- "Okaaay. Why?"
- "It's a Christmas present from a friend I don't know. Qui-Gon is much more important now, and [ramble on]."
Thank you, brother! Enjoy your vacation - life needs more of those!asterixsmeagol said:Great news! I'm really looking forward to giving this a watch. I'm on vacation right now but when I'm back home I'll check in to get a copy.
Brother, watch it when you have the time! No worries.jrWHAG42 said:I'm sorry I couldn't watch and review it before you released it. I really hope everyone enjoys it, and I will be watching it as soon as I get home, which is now.
Yes, sir. Although it will have a Version II to smooth things out and fix a few errors on this massive beast, this IS the edit. It has been submitted!CourtlyHades296 said:Will this appear at IFDB?
Aw, Canon, my friend! Thank you so much and please enjoy! I look forward to hearing your thoughts!Canon Editor said:Hello Andreas! I believe one should congratulate you for your hard, loving and enduring work on such a grandiose project. You have enriched the Star Wars and fanediting community with your work.
But now... all other words must be left for later I have watched the film...
I think the problem with your private messages folder may be the full trash can... try emptying that!
Thank you so much, brother! Appreciated! Of course I understand that some things are weird to experience for the first time, but as long as it works - unusual as it might be - then I have done my job in this remake of sorts.Horrifyingly Hillarous said:Just finished watching today and really liked it, seriously this is probably one of the most in depth edits of TPM ever. I’m really familiar with the movie already so it’s a little weird to see some things (like Jar Jar bringing everyone to Otha Gunga near the finale) but then you need to look at this as it’s own first chapter when watching TPM doesn’t exist in this canon TAL DOES.
Which difficulties? Feel free to PM me for help.jrWHAG42 said:I had a bunch of technical difficulties, so I haven't had a chance to watch it yet.
Oh, they are. Trust me! I did the only thing I could do; create a new audio mix, and only keep dialogue (not even the pauses between words) intact. That way, although a lot of work, I could alter the scene audio-wise however it'd please me. I did this on my Hobbit edit as well in multiple scenes and it really pays off if you have a certain vision you follow.Horrifyingly Hillarous said:Id love to know how you managed to get dialogue that clear in a SW edit, usually the center channels are a nightmare lol