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Prequel Trilogy Deleted Scenes - AI Upscale (a WIP) — Page 2

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Wow, this looks great!

Please keep up the good work. I can’t wait to see the finished product.

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Had to come back to this and look at the images again. This looks so, so promising.

“Because you are a PalpaWalker?”

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I was wondering if you have any updates.

I’m really hoping you continue with this project. The screens shots look amazing!

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As someone who is also doing fanedits of the prequels, I gotta say that those screenshots of episode II are to die for. Keep up the good work.

I have altered Lucas’ visions. Pray I don’t alter them any further.

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I love what you’re doing here. Can’t wait to see the finished results. So gorgeous so far!

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Anakin Starkiller said:

Hal 9000 said:

Well, unless I want to introduce a generational loss across the entire trilogy by ripping the finished edits themselves, at this point it’d probably be easiest to manually trace and rebuild the entire trilogy by overlaying them by a guideline proxy video track ripped from the existing finished edits.

It’s just not worth it, not without the truckloads of free time I once had. Those FCP7 project files are houses burning down caught in suspended animation.

Why would that introduce loss? It’s digital.

Just to bump an older comment, the loss would happen if the finished edits are only available in lossy formats like MP4 and not in lossless AVI. While it is good to have a final render in AVI, it would take up hundreds of gigabytes of space and be impractical for multiple feature length edits without a dedicated hard drive or three. The edits were also made quite a few years ago when storage wasn’t as cheap as it is now.

That said, if he had the space and free time to render out an AVI for each one then any further edits could be done with that AVI as a source and introduce no further loss.

You probably don’t recognize me because of the red arm.
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