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I’ve had several people ask whether I’m going to do a version of Secrets of Dumbledore or not. I would think it would be pretty obvious that I’m at least going to consider it. I haven’t answered in the affirmative because without seeing what is on the discs and the quality of the deleted scenes, it is hard to tell how difficult it may be, how much extra work may go into the edit, and whether the scenes will add anything to the final film.

I will be getting my 4k/blu-ray set tomorrow when it is released. I will have a better idea after I have time to spend looking at the content.

For those that continue to post in the public forum asking for my current edits, I wish you would take the time to read some of the past posts, especially the very first post in this thread. You would save yourself a lot of time waiting.

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I have started work on an extended edition of Secrets of Dumbledore. From what I can tell, editing the deleted scenes back in should not be too painful. I can’t give a timetable for completion, but it is in progress.

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Thank you for the status update and for your efforts… I look forward to seeing the end results.

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Just finished marathoning the entire film series with your edits. Absolutely loved them, and absolutely fantastic work. Thank you so much for putting the time in to do this. Quality is much better than 2.0, sound is pretty decent as well from what I can tell. I am still curious what the size/quality would be for the raw file.

Also, would you ever be interested in doing a new version of these, with open matte versions of all the theatrical scenes? I have those available if interested.
I will close by saying… Deathly Hallows Part 1 Extended is insanely good.
Thanks again 😄

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JJPotter

Thank you for the awesome edits and hard work,
can’t wait for the new one to be out.

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So I got distracted and completely missed that v2.1 was released and grabbed them today. (Thanks, JJP).

…I hate being the one to mention this, but just checking PoA and I noticed that all three audio tracks are echo-y compared to v1.5.
Some scenes (like inside the Dursleys’ house) sound like they are in a public bathroom or something. I did a quick check on the other films, but it only seems to be an issue with ‘Prisoner’.
Anyone else notice this?

Dr. M

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I just went back and listened on my version and I’m hearing it both in the final edit and the raw audio files. I went back and listened to the original movie audio and I am hearing the same thing there. Can you confirm on your playback?

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I just checked my disc, and you’re right. The original mix sounds just like that.
I’m surprised I never noticed that the audio mix is that poor and that it has never been fixed.

Sorry. I should have checked before posting.

Dr. M

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So glad to see the Dudley redemption is finished. Been looking forward to that one. Thanks again for all the hard work, JJ! Your work has made our Christmas break tradition of watching the entire series so much better.

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VikingLink said:

So glad to see the Dudley redemption is finished. Been looking forward to that one. Thanks again for all the hard work, JJ! Your work has made our Christmas break tradition of watching the entire series so much better.

Which version of these edits has the Dudley redemption scene finished?

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Please could I get the links for these.

Thank you for your amazing work!

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Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore Extended Edition v2.1 has been released. If you have requested links in the past, this release is in the same place.

v2.1 Change List:

  • Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
  • Added intro sequence with “WW” shield
  • Added scene at the Hogwart’s owlery where Dumbledore receives a message from an owl.
  • Added scene at Newt’s house between Newt and Theseus.
  • Changed music in the scene at Newt’s house to flow better into the scene of the brothers walking into Hogsmeade.
  • Added scene of Dumbledore being followed by a follower of Grindelwald before being murdered by Credence.
  • Added scene of Jacob and Lally getting their wands checked before entering the dinner party.
  • Added scene of Grindelwald arriving and having a conversation with Anton Vogel before the vote ceremony.
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Hello dear JJpotter
i was so excided when i first heard that you’ve finally upgraded the video quality of harry potter edits, specially when you said something about using today’s technology in able to get better results, thinking that you are talking about hevc encoding using 10 bit at slow settings, but it was a bit disappointing for me that it was only 8 bit and not 10 bit,
i have “3xo” encodes which are about 7GB per movie and they still looks slightly better than your recent V2.1 encodes which are about 9 GB per movie, i know that encoding at 10 bit is more time consuming and more heavy on hardware but it is the best thar technology can offer today, it gives better results
please don’t be offended with my opinion, i thank you so much for your precious time and great efforts, and if you will ever do newer version in the near or far future, please keep the bitrate at 10.000 kbs on h265 10 bits and mkv not mp4, yes the file size would be +10GB per movie but it is so worth it, it is our favorite movie series after all, good luck.

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It is hard not to take comments like this personally when it is literally the very first post after issuing a new release. I’ve tried to walk a fine line between those who complain that my edits are too big and won’t run on their hardware and those who complain that my edits aren’t high-quality enough. I’m in a no-win situation. I either provide a high-quality release that some people will gripe about not being able to run or I release a lower-quality release that is just not good enough for some.

While part of me hopes that the last 2 movies in this series get made, another part of me hopes this is the end and I don’t have to release any further versions. The fun was taken out a couple of years ago when my draft clips were taken from my site and were used to create versions not made by me but with my name all over them. I pulled my edits at that time, ready to walk away from the community. I came back after a few months and provided them again. Since that point, it has been a constant set of complaints. It is not fun releasing anymore for this reason.

Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but there isn’t a way for me to not take it personally when that is the primary type of message I get. No one is satisfied. No one is thankful. No one will just enjoy what has been provided to them. I’m not charging for these. They are freely available. If it isn’t good enough quality, delete them or don’t download them to start with.

Short of another FB movie coming out, this will be my final release. Even then, I am not sure I will publicly release anything I create for myself going forward. I’m tired of trying to please everyone and ending up pleasing no one.

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JJPotter said:

Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but there isn’t a way for me to not take it personally when that is the primary type of message I get. No one is satisfied. No one is thankful. No one will just enjoy what has been provided to them. I’m not charging for these. They are freely available. If it isn’t good enough quality, delete them or don’t download them to start with.

Short of another FB movie coming out, this will be my final release. Even then, I am not sure I will publicly release anything I create for myself going forward. I’m tired of trying to please everyone and ending up pleasing no one.

The issue is usually that people who are satisfied by your fanedits (or any edits in general) don’t tell you or post any comments about it.
But trust me there are farrrrr more people happy, pleased and grateful for your fanedits that there are of people complaining about it.

It’s the same in real life with customer service or any work that involve dealing with customers.
It’s very rare for an employee to receive compliments for their work/service, but they will easily receive complaints from customers. So for 1 000 happy customers, they will receive maybe 3 negative comments.

So unfortunately if you try to evaluate how much your fanedits are appreciated by people based on the number of comments your receive, it will give the wrong idea and make you see only negative/complaining comments.
Maybe make it a bit more visible in your email/description that you would appreciate a comment or message/email about your fanedits or even remind people to post a review on Fanedit .info.

I personally loveeee your fanedits, you did such an incredible work on them and we can feel the passion behind this project of yours.
Your fanedits are my go-to when I want to watch HP and FB movies, I even talk about them to every new HP fans I meet.

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Yeah I don’t usually give feedback (positive or negative) unless it’s specifically requested. But I loved the v1 of your HP edits and was thrilled when you released the recent upgrades!

Fanediting is a hobby and no one should feel obligated to share their work or meet others’ demands. And if someone’s dissatisfied with what a faneditor has generously chosen to share, they can do what myself and I imagine many other faneditors have done and make their own edit that meets their criteria. It’s actually a great way to get started already having a good reference to use. I even considered remaking your edits for my own library so I could have higher quality versions but with the upgraded v2.1 now I probably won’t.

I definitely look forward to any future releases that you may share (FB, HP or otherwise) and thank you for the gifts you have already given. Above all, I hope you find joy in your hobbies and don’t get discouraged by others.

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I dunno. Sure you get all kinds of jerks when you do edits (I left Fanedit forums years ago for that reason), but re-reading user2000’s post, I’m more inclined to believe that what was said wasn’t intended to be mean.
OT forums isn’t just a place for fans. You have a lot of people that like to discuss editing and preservation in the best ways possible. So nitpicking, while normally is insulting, in cases like this it seems more like: ‘hey, did you know that…’.
There are things mentioned about x265 and 10-bit encoding I didn’t know. I learned something that I’ll use in the future.
And of COURSE everyone has an opinion about file size. You have picky people who probably want you to do UHD disc versions and you have people that want to be able to download it and watch it on their 5-year old cellphones.
Heck, ADigitalMan released DVD5 and DVD9 editions of his edits for that very reason… which, even though standard definition, I would still be watching if yours didn’t exist.

Dr. M

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JJPotter said:

It is hard not to take comments like this personally…

Sir i’m so sorry that you took my comment personally
i totally understand your point of view
but you are so wrong when putting me as one of ungrateful users
i’am so thankful to you and a big fan of your work
my comment was only meant to be as a feedback,
i was just thinking if anyone wants to do a good encode that worth his time…
why go for 8 bit, no body uses 8 bit anymore, 10 bit preserve more colors and provide much better results
in my first comment i said that i had compared your version with a smaller 10 bit encode that i have
the 10 bit encode looked way better than your old version, and still looks slightly better than the recent V2.1
i wasen’t being a jerk and i’m definitely not a hater, i just believe that a 10GB 10 bit encode would of been perfect
i really was not suggesting that you must do a new version, because it is not worth the time since you’ve just did V2.1
but to at least consider trying better settings if you were ever to do a new one in the far future
and i’m not gonna be deleting your V2.1 version because still it is the best H.P. fanedit out there
as said i get your point of veiw, yes people can’t be satisfied and i’m so sory that you took my feedback personal
you are a hard working man, a good person, and a great artist, thank you so much.

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Did I say the post was being mean? NO! But, Doctor M, you proved my point at the end of your post. There are picky people and this post was one of them. I’m tired of people saying they are disappointed in my work solely because I didn’t give them what they wanted. I just released a new edit and the first thing that is said is that my work is disappointing because I didn’t provide 10-bit vs 8-bit encoding. All the while, someone out there is disappointed that I used x265 encoding because their 10-year-old rig won’t play it properly.

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Mate, we all here appreciate your work, and the huge effort that you have put behind it. I don’t think there’s anyone that has seen your work that doesn’t have it as their go to. Is just that some have really great home cinemas or great HDR 4k TVs and would love to have the best experience possible, and some don’t even own a proper TV or even watch your edits on tablets or smartphones, and for them, size matters more than quality. That’s about it.

Most editors here always release several versions of their edit in different sizes and qualities. Some top notch, the best that can be, some 1080p, 720p and a crappy one that is easy to download and store. Even some still do make a DVD version divided in 5 so you can burn it and watch it on a DVD player.

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JJPotter said:

Did I say the post was being mean? NO! But, Doctor M, you proved my point at the end of your post. There are picky people and this post was one of them. I’m tired of people saying they are disappointed in my work solely because I didn’t give them what they wanted. I just released a new edit and the first thing that is said is that my work is disappointing because I didn’t provide 10-bit vs 8-bit encoding. All the while, someone out there is disappointed that I used x265 encoding because their 10-year-old rig won’t play it properly.

Here’s the problem…

Apparently far too many people expect JJPotter to be a short order cook and tailor every release to their own specifications. This is a ridiculous notion. Everyone should appreciate the magnificent effort that he has put into this and realize that they are getting for free and not complain or “make suggestions”. It is his work and he has the right to present it as he sees fit. Being that he is obviously an accomplished editor, my hunch is he already knows about various means to “make them better” (8 bit vs 10 bit, increase data rate, etc…). If you want it better, do it yourself. On the other hand, those that want “smaller versions” (lower bit rate, h264 vs h265, 720p, etc…) have even LESS to complain about because they can make those changes themselves once they download them and use handbrake or any numerous re-encoding programs.

Don’t complain about file size and your Internet. Either buy better Internet (if available), go to where Internet is better (Starbucks, work, etc…), or just suck it up. Like I said, you’re getting this for free and the effort behind it is monumental, so you should be showing your appreciation instead.

He has every right to present these as he sees fit, without everyone jumping down his throat complaining about everything under the sun regarding the tech specs of it. As it stand now, it seems that those that have been complaining have run off a very valuable member of this community, and it sickens me that you have done so. I do hope that he reconsiders any future projects and perhaps changes the method in which he is willing to dole out any updates or future releases so that he isn’t attacked with complaints.

What he should do is post that a new edition is available, lock the thread so that no responses can be made, and the only email address is the one that he uses to dole out the current releases and have gmail delete all incoming mail. Then find someone willing (I would gladly volunteer) to have threads dealing with technical glitches that are found. That way he doesn’t have to deal with the stress of dealing with everyone complaining that his releases aren’t what they want. I have used his works to learn and help to improve my own fanedits. I really hate that his current position is that he’s removed himself from a community that is supposed to be supportive and appreciative of his work and not ride him like a broken horse during the Pony Express.

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JJPotter…

Wow JJPotter edits got an upgrade! These are my go to Potter films over theatricals anyday whether their 4k 10-bit ultra 100gb MKV or SD 640x480 100mb AVIs the editing will always shine through and these additions in v2.1 are very well recieved 😁👍.

Just offer your edits in best and biggest you can do only and let others encode it to whatever they want it as and if they can’t, well not your problem 😋.

For those not up to speed with the improvements and changes added to v2.1 by JJ:

Fanedit Name: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 2:26:35

v2.1 Change List:

• Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
• Updated intro sequence with “WW” shield instead of “HP” shield.
• Two audio tracks are now available in the video file, a 5.1 surround sound and a 2.0 stereo track.
• Coloring adjusted on the spinning Knight Bus scene.
• Added smoke effect to Great Hall post-Hogsmeade scene.
• Trimmed the Fat Lady torn portrait scene to remove the duplicated line that was in the post-Hogsmeade scene. In my original edit, I left the duplicated line in to try to make it seem like Ron was overly excited about the Shrieking Shack. I received complaints about the duplicate line, so it was removed.

v1.5 Change List:

• All deleted scenes have been added in + 1 new scene was created.
• Added spinning Knight Bus scene with blue screen removed and spinning background added.
• Added extended bird scene.
• Added Sir Cadogan portrait scene.
• Added Great Hall post-Hogsmeade scene with Harry color change when he eats the candy.
• Created and added a new Sirius Black attack scene so the Common Room deleted scene would make sense when added.
• Added Common Room scene following Black’s attack.

Fanedit Name: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 2:45:42

v2.1 Change List:

• Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
• Updated intro sequence with “WW” shield instead of “HP” shield.
• Two audio tracks are now available in the video file, a 5.1 surround sound and a 2.0 stereo track.
• Adjusted volume levels during the Yule Ball deleted scene.

v1.5 Change List

• All deleted scenes have been added.
• Added Hogwarts students welcoming the Durmstrang and Beauxbaton students with the Hogwarts school song.
• Added scene where Harry tries to ask Cho to the Yule Ball.
• Added scene showing Durmstrang student asking Hogwarts student to the Ball as Ron and Harry look on.
• Music modified to work with the above 2 scenes.
• Full version of “Can You Dance Like a Hippogriff” added. Scenes with Harry, Ron and their dates watching Hermione and Krum altered to fit with the longer song.
• Karkaroff/Snape scene outside of the Yule Ball.
• Crouch/Mad Eye extended scene added after 2nd task.
• Added Common Room scene after the death of Crouch Sr.
• Added the scene where Harry, Ron and Hermione are wondering what is on Snape’s arm and Harry’s scar hurting.

Fanedit Name: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 2:24:21

v2.1 Change List:

• Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
• Updated intro sequence with “WW” shield instead of “HP” shield.
• Two audio tracks are now available in the video file, a 5.1 surround sound and a 2.0 stereo track.
• Reversed the last 2 deleted scene additions to better match the facial wounds on Harry. 

v1.5 Change List

• All deleted scenes have been added except for Trelawny’s eating scene while Umbridge speaks during the Feast.
• Added scene of Neville sticking up for Harry, saying they had stopped taking the Daily Prophet.
• Added extended Common Room scene showing activity (modified music so the clip doesn’t sound so empty).
• Recut the Umbridge as High Inquisitor scene to remove the Trelawny clips. Music modified.
• Added in the full scene of Umbridge evaluating Trelawny in class.
• Added scene of Slytherin boys hazing another student as Umbridge/Filch watch.
• Added clip of Filch trying to blow out Umbridge’s hair after the Weasley fireworks in the Great Hall.
• Extended scene of Umbridge, Harry, and Hermione in the Forbidden Forest.
• Added scene of Ron trying to get Harry to go to the feast after the death of Sirius.
• Added scene of Harry going to Dumbledore’s office.

Fanedit Name: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 2:39:11

Note: Only the color-corrected version of this fanedit will now be available

v2.1 Change List:

• Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
• Updated intro sequence with “WW” shield instead of “HP” shield.
• Two audio tracks are now available in the video file, a 5.1 surround sound and a 2.0 stereo track.
• Dark color tinting removed.

v1.5 Change List

• All deleted scenes added back in.
• Added in extended Harry/Hermione scene in the hallway before walking up to Ron/Lavender.
• Added Harry/Hermione scene in the Common Room where Harry thinks Draco is leaving the castle after disappearing from the map
• Added Harry/Ron/Hermione scene discussing the vanishing cabinets before Harry meets Dumbledore.
• Added Harry/Dumbledore scene in the cave where Dumbledore mentions the 2 kids that Riddle brought to the cave.
• Added scene as Harry/Dumbledore leave the cave.
• Added choir scene leading up to the confrontation in the tower. Some clips were altered/reordered to make the scene flow better.
• Added scene of Harry in his bedroom, then coming downstairs to the Common Room after Dumbledore’s death.
• Added extended scene at the end of the movie with Harry/Ron/Hermione at the Astronomy Tower.

Fanedit Name: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 2:36:11

**Note: Only the color-corrected version of this fanedit will now be available

v2.1 Change List:

• Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
• Updated intro sequence with “WW” shield instead of “HP” shield.
• Two audio tracks are now available in the video file, a 5.1 surround sound and a 2.0 stereo track.
• Completed green screen work on the Dudley Redemption scene and added this back to the montage at the beginning of the film.
• Added effects to the rabbit chase scene (wand effects, scorch marks on tree).
• Adjusted volume levels on the Death Eater searching Hermionie’s house scene.
• Adjusted audio of the tent scene.
• Dark tint removed.

v1.5 Change List

• Added extended intro leading up to the title screen similar to ABC Family/Freeform version. Included added Harry/Petunia scene and Ron/Arthur radio scene. Added additional scene with Dudley and Harry shaking hands before the Dursleys leave
• Added scene of Death Eater searching Hermione’s house
• Added extended lift scene at the Ministry with Ron/Harry/Arthur
• Added scene in the woods after Ron is injured where the horcruxes are discussed and Ron indicates saying Voldemort’s name is taboo
• Added rabbit chase in the forest
• Added Ron/Hermione rock-throwing scene

Fanedit Name: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 2:14:48

Note: Only the color-corrected version of this fanedit will now be available
v2.1 Change List:

• Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
• Updated intro sequence with “WW” shield instead of “HP” shield.
• Two audio tracks are now available in the video file, a 5.1 surround sound and a 2.0 stereo track.
• Added Neville/Seamus bridge scene with completed green screen work.
• Added music to the Shell Cottage scene.
• Adjusted brightness and coloring of beach scenes so they don’t look as blown out.
• Added audio effect to Voldemort’s voice in the 2 places where he speaks so everyone can hear. I wanted to make the audio more ominous, something that would warrant the reaction the people give.

v1.5 Change List:

• Added Shell Cottage scene where Bill tells the trio to live up to any bargain they have made with the goblin.
• Added Luna/Harry scene at Dobby’s grave.
• Added Harry/Ginny scene marching with the rest of the Gryffindors to see Snape.
• Added Lupin/Tonks scene at the start of the war.
• Added Slytherin dungeon scene.

Fanedit Name: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 4:37:20

Note: Only the color-corrected version of this fanedit will now be available

See DH Part 1 and 2 for changes for v2.1. For combined film:

• Moved scene of Snape looking over Hogwarts to earlier in the DH1 portion of the film. This establishes him as the new headmaster. It also goes along with the various other scenes around it (Death Eaters looking for Harry, a Ministry official searching the Grainger’s home).
• Moved where Voldemort gets the Elder Wand to between when the three are captured in the woods and when they are delivered to Malfoy Manor. The time of day/skylines seems to match better than leaving it after Dobby dies. It also allows for a straight story between Malfoy Manor, the death and burial of Dobby, and the scenes at Shell Cottage. This edit has been the most controversial of the ones I made. Some of the test viewers did not like Voldemort finding the wand so much earlier. I felt it was necessary to make the story less disjointed.
• Blending of the scenes where Dobby dies, is buried, and the story transitions to Shell Cottage. I felt this was the best way to complete the blending of movies 1 and 2 together.

Fanedit Name: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 2:20:43

v2.1 Change List:

• Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
• Updated intro sequence with “WW” shield instead of “HP” shield.
• Two audio tracks are now available in the video file, a 5.1 surround sound and a 2.0 stereo track.
• Adjusted coloring on the scene as Newt/Jacob go to see the snakes.
• Adjusted audio in the added scene of Credence tearing up the city and Newt showing up at the police barricade.

v1.5 Change List:

• Added scene where Tina takes Newt to the MACUSA president and is turned away.
• Added scene where Jacob’s fiance gives back the engagement ring.
• Added scene where Newt and Jacob are in the case with the multi-headed snakes. Adjusted previous dialogue since some lines are also in this scene.
• Added extended jail scene.
• Added the street scene after the four escape the Ministry.
• Added extended scene in Macy’s.
• Added Ilvermorny school song scene.
• Added scene at the newspaper office prior to Credence turmoil.
• Added extended Queenie/Jacob scene on the rooftop.
• Added Newt/police scene.
• Added flying beast scene as Newt leaves on the ship back to the UK.

Fanedit Name: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 2:25:41

v2.1 Change List:

• Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
• Updated intro sequence with “WW” shield instead of “HP” shield.
• Two audio tracks are now available in the video file, a 5.1 surround sound and a 2.0 stereo track.
• Adjusted audio volume on Tina ticket scene.
• Adjusted Credence/Nagini scenes for coloring and smoother transition to adjacent scenes.

v1.5 Change List:

• Created new opening scene with the deleted scenes of Credence appearing after the destruction in New York, a brief scene from a trailer with Credence looking at the circus poster, and the deleted scene of Credence getting a job with the circus to travel to Europe.
• Added Dumbledore/Newt fog scene.
• Added extended Newt/Jacob scene as they prepare to go to Paris.
• Added scene of Tina buying a ticket to see the Nagini show.
• Added ballroom party scene.
• Added Credence/Nagini scene on the building rooftop.
• Added Credence/Nagini scene sheltering during the rain.
• Added extended Newt/Jacob/Yusuf scene.
• Added Dumbledore/McGonagall scene.

Fanedit Name: Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore Extended Edition v2.1
Fanedit Runtime: 2:30:15

v2.1 Change List:

• Warning screen added to the beginning of the film.
• Added intro sequence with “WW” shield
• Added scene at the Hogwart’s owlery where Dumbledore receives a message from an owl.
• Added scene at Newt’s house between Newt and Theseus.
• Changed music in the scene at Newt’s house to flow better into the scene of the brothers walking into Hogsmeade.
• Added scene of Dumbledore being followed by a follower of Grindelwald before being murdered by Credence.
• Added scene of Jacob and Lally getting their wands checked before entering the dinner party.
• Added scene of Grindelwald arriving and having a conversation with Anton Vogel before the vote ceremony.

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Is anyone experiencing issues with Secrets of Dumbledore? I received a message that the file was not working on this person’s system running VLC. I am not seeing issues, but I want to see if others are seeing the same thing.

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JJPotter said:

Is anyone experiencing issues with Secrets of Dumbledore? I received a message that the file was not working on this person’s system running VLC. I am not seeing issues, but I want to see if others are seeing the same thing.

I’ve had a skip through it and it seems to be fine.

Related I wanted to say I’ve been watching these over the last couple of days back to back and I have to say there’s only occasional moments where I can see seams even knowing where you edited these together. They’re nearly flawless and I can’t imagine the films unextended.

Also, on your back and forth about quality and size, it took me almost a week to download these with my terrible internet, so I just set them to download in the background and picked them up as a surprise at the weekend, whatever quality or size you’ve settled on was worth it, colours are good, there’s no artefacts, blacks stand out properly and the smoothness is good, I had no issues with having to wait for them.