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Favorite Edit of the Year (FEOTY) 2020 Awards are here.
Worked like a charm. I enjoyed it. No hard cuts, no major plotholes. The climax seemed a bit rushed, but seeing as a whole chunk/character of the movie was cut out, I can see it was so for good reason. Overall, I liked it.
PID, I can still see the artifacts AvP is mentioning at the top of the images. I think GC was right, the letterbox bars are there to highlight that issue. The color seems quite different on your screencaps though. Did you enhance them at all? I wonder why it is so different
I took a snapshot in VLC just like AvP did. I have not touched them in any manner, these are straight off of VLC.
I only get the junk lines ThrowgnCpr and Ghostcut are seeing after I take the snapshot. I do not see them while playing the video or when the video is paused in VLC. But I believe AvP is not pointing these out, but pointing out that there's a major gamma problem on his end. I really don't understand it at all. I understand you've tested it on two computers, AvP, but no one else has reported this, and lots of people have seen it by now. If a third party who has the edit can please upload the shots from their download, I know it can help solve the issue.
Oh yeah, didn't thank you for the review, twisted101. Thank you.
joebshmoe: I hope you don't mind but, just for shiggles (ie. shitz 'n giggles, heh), I made a 720p xvid avi from the original WMVHD file and decided to upload it to RS.
I used AutoMKV using the "2 Pass Insane Quality" profile, video is 1280x544 with a bitrate of 1900 Kbps.
I had a problem with the audio encoding, so I used your AC3 5.1 448 Kbps audio stream. Again, I hope you don't mind.
The size of the file is 1gb, although there isn't much difference with the wmvhd file when playing them full sceen.
Edit: I seem to have lucked out in that there doesn't seem to be any junk lines showing up when I play it, even with VLC
Edit 2: joebshmoe, I sent you a PM and resent it but I'm not sure if you're getting them, because they're both just sitting in the Oubox and not in the Sent messages box. I was wanting to know if you can update your posting of the links for this edit.