Originally posted by: DrGonzo369
Toledo- I was thinking of preserving the Harmony Gold version as well (have an avi of it someplace which is clean), but I hated what they did to Worsel.
Heh, hadn't gotten through this yet personally. Feel like I have to be in that mood to watch a crummy anime dub of the 80's to fully appreciate it somewhat (Worsel had a far better voice in the Streamline version obviously).
[quoite]They also had alternate audio in there, so it still might be worth doing (the parts as they wait for Bill to come home has new audio of Kim and Kris NOT in the Streamline dub). I still an hunting down the tv series complitation movie in any format.
Not sure if having new audio would mean a thing if it was an excuse to pad out the time in that scene with exposition (what Harmony Gold was famous for with Robotech). Being reminded of a few other things HG had in their hands at the time like Dragon Ball, Dr. Slump, Minky Momo, as well as the films "Birth" and "Windaria", both of which got re-edited and re-written into completely different movies altogether.
I do have an AVI of that TV series compilation too, though in Spanish.
As for SpaceShake, that's where I got my script from. I have the Lumivision LD (that's the one I won off ebay), and would kill for the jap LD. You suck. ^_~
I know I do! It cost me a little under $30 to get that from an HK seller. Too bad that fansite is slightly outdated if the guy stopped caring to maintain it for so long.
Sounds like you've done more work then I've been able to on this so far. Widescreen = niiiice. I"m envious.
True, I also tackled making a subtitle script if you like to check out the 30-40 minutes I managed to get through so far (in .ass format)...http://www.megaupload.com/?d=7GF5JFN8
The widescreen isn't too perfect, it's the typical "shoot-everything-in-full-frame-crop-the-top-&-bottom" method that we've seen or talked about in the past, but at least it makes it easier to get a anamorphic transfer if one ever happens.
I think you've beat me to the punch. Good job, sir.