Most new users don't bother reading our rules. Here's the one that is ignored almost immediately upon signup: DO NOT ASK FOR FANEDIT LINKS PUBLICLY. First, read the FAQ. Seriously. What you want is there. You can also send a message to the editor. If that doesn't work THEN post in the Trade & Request forum. Anywhere else and it will be deleted and an infraction will be issued.
If this is your first time here please read our FAQ and Rules pages. They have some useful information that will get us all off on the right foot, especially our Own the Source rule. If you do not understand any of these rules send a private message to one of our staff for further details.
For me 2.35:1 is always better than 1.85:1. Especially for Grindhouse.
And since I already have re-framed version made for previous JL fanedit, I'm using it. Won't spend time on re-framing for the ratio which I don't even like.
A true grindhouse experience needs film grain, scratches, dirt & cue marks.
No mocking here. I just wonder how it works. What about music? Every person who wants to watch it should have all those CDs which I used?
In that case probably no one can watch it according to the rules.
Always thoght it means you have to own original movie edit is based on.
Never said that. I used few minutes from Josstice but most of it is still Snyder material present in ZSJL (which was re-edited or reshaped for theatrical), maybe 2-3 single shots and two or three scenes exclusive to theatrical version.
Seconds were from those other movies (logos and some grindhouse effects).
The own-the-source rule is best discussed with admins via PM. In my case I try to abide as much as I can unless it's something really minor (say, a movie logo that can be readily found on YouTube anyway).
To the best of my knowledge, that'd be all films even if one second is used. No one here wants to risk being taken for a pirate, even if for one second of footage. The MPAA and the studios let us exist because we're sharing material we own and pay for, only with people who own and paid for the same material. Since we paid for our copy, it's irrelevant how we watch it, and that includes fanedits.