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#1112296
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Proper upscaling
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towne32 said:

Well, I was suggesting that the review itself may be an ad. They’re profiting when you click their links to the products.

oh… well yea they have to pay the employees but still the product can help with projects on hear

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#1112269
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Proper upscaling
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towne32 said:

This appears to be an advertisement loaded with affiliate links that give them money when you click and probably when you buy this cable thing.

you can skip to 1:03 to get past the advertisement and onto to the review

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#1112226
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every version of star wars 1977 & SE on one 100gb bluray
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towne32 said:

RUN_LUKE_RUN said:

TR2N said:

Even 4K77 will run out of disc space on a 100 GB disc. It will be much bigger in 4K

Most 4k movies are around 50-70gb it might be different for 4k77 but I hope it’s around 50

Is burning a ‘homebrew’ 4K BD (h265, I think) something that is possible to do now? Can you make menus? Can you use all blu-ray sizes (25, 50, 100 GB) so long as your video fits?

It’s interesting that the pressed format of 66 GB does not seem to be a size that you can buy in writeable format. What is it, 2 and a half layers…?

I don’t know all about burning large Blu-ray disks I hope smarter people than me can figure it out but I will do what I can for now to help

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#1112224
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every version of star wars 1977 & SE on one 100gb bluray
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oojason said:

a 128gb USB flash drive may be a simpler, cheaper alternative for some?

A good quality branded one for that size can be found for around £30 / $30

Yes that would be a cheaper alternative but I still like the idea of having it on Blu-ray and I hope we can make a custom Blu-ray set for all on hear who want it

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#1111991
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every version of star wars 1977 & SE on one 100gb bluray
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Hello now that work on Project 4k77 is almost done i wanted to make a 100gb bluray with all versions of star wars
including
4k77
1997 SE
2004 SE
2011 SE
depending on the space used by all the movies a 2nd disk can be used
all special features
Empire of Dreams
1977’s The Making of Star Wars
Star Wars Begins: A Filmumentary
add suggestions
help preserve every version of star wars
http://www.thestarwarstrilogy.com/starwars/page/Project-4K77

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#1103243
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Just finished star wars episode 5.5 prequel edit
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SparkySywer said:

The movie itself works surprisingly well. I’m impressed.

I like the higher contrast, but I think it may be a little too high. Especially in lighter shots, it looks really overexposed. I’d tone it down a little. However, the reds look really beautiful. I love Palpatine’s lightsaber. I also love how the blue lightsabers look like blue lightsabers, and not the shitty indigo lightsabers normally in the movie.

I’d do more wipes, less straight cuts, especially in places like between Anakin and Padme at their pad and Obi-Wan leaving for Utapau.

Technically, the video seems kinda laggy. I paused the movie and saw what looks like the blur the GOUT has. That usually happens by artificially changing the framerate, but the framerate was never changed. The file’s huge (for an hour long movie, but some shots look a little compressed.

Additionally, if you’re gonna make a second version, I recommend you render it as 1920x816, not 1920x1080. There’s black bars on the side that don’t do anything but take up data and space (and I can’t crop it because VLC is being a jerk tonight).

Still, though, it’s really well-edited, and the scenes used are really well thought out. Good work!

thanks it was my first edit so i am still learning and i thought the video was kinda laggy also. Something went wrong when i rendered it in Vegas pro but i will try to redo it at a later point. one place i thought the video was to over exposed is the scene where palpatine told anakin of darth plagueis
the transitions and wipes i have not included because all the wipe effects i have dont look like the star wars transitions
thanks for the input it helps a lot and i am glad you like it

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#1100281
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Just finished star wars episode 5.5 prequel edit
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Hi I have just finished version 0.10 of my fan edit for the machete order. I have cut episode 3 into a 57 minute movie and cut out much of the bulky story line. Like the obione hunting grievous side story and any mention of him and more useles scenes. I am looking for any one who wants to review the edit.
Also any suggestions will be considered.
Current titles I’ve came up with
Fall of the Jedi order
Turn to Vader
Empires Origin
Suggest more great ideas.
Comment if interested in review

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#1097959
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Star wars ep3 fan edit for machete order help request
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SparkySywer said:

Restoring a deleted scene: I can’t help you with that, even the most gifted editors here can’t do this. Most RotJ and Prequel Deleted scenes, though, are actually good enough quality that they’re usable.

Making Transitions Smooth: Really depends on a lot. What scenes? What’s happening? What’s smooth? How’s the transition happening?

Redoing music & sound effects, and removing music & sound: The Blu-Rays come with multiple tracks. If you’re using them, you can just mute one track for a certain part of the movie. If you’re using some other source (like Harmy, for example), I’d recommending just putting in Blu-Ray audio around the change in question.

Color correcting to the OT: I already know you know more about this than me.

The deleted scene is just a little faded only some basic corection would be required its the vader reaching out to luke sceen.
But if you want to try and fix what you can or just review the story i would appreciate that.

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#1097714
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Star wars ep3 fan edit for machete order help request
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Edit help
Restoring a deleted sceen from rotj.
Making sceen trazitions smooth.
Redooing the music and possibly sound efects.
Color corecting to the original trilogy.
If its possible to remove music so it can be redone like people can remove the music from a song and make it acapella.
if you can help with any of the please respond thanks

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#1097712
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Star wars ep3 fan edit for machete order help request
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I have put together a star wars prequel edit for the machete order and i am looking for people to help review and make suggestions also people who wana help edit because right now its a hack saw edit job it is made to be more like a flash back for luke searching for answer’s affter the events of esb i shortend revenge of the sith into a 58 minute movie by making it about Anakins fall to the dark side no hunt for general grievous little galactic senate no yoda vs sidius. If you are interested in reviewing or editing send me a request. My internet situation is spotty so it may be some time to respond thanks.

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#1096494
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star wars prequels made to look like it was shot on 35mm film
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Jeebus said:

It’s a shame you won’t be releasing them. Are screenshots out of the question, too? Because I’d love to see what you’ve done.

sadly i am new to this site and dont know how to post screenshots sorry for being a noob but i have got great quality and different settings produce different quality that is why i left it open so you can chose your own settings

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#1096280
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star wars prequels made to look like it was shot on 35mm film
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I will not be releasing the edited films however the process is simple links to buy official software down below
what you will need

  1. adobe premiere pro
    http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere.html

  2. red-giant film
    http://www.redgiant.com/products/magic-bullet-film/
    Magic Bullet Film gives your digital footage the look of real film by emulating the entire photochemical process - from the original film negative, to color grading, and finally to the print stock.
    then simply import the film apply the red-giant film effect and tweek the settings to personal preference this can help make the CGI look less shiny and fake and makes the prequels fit with the originals

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