Projects in progress
Academy Award Review of Walt Disney Cartoons (both 1937 and 1966)
Captain N and the Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3
Captain N and the New Super Mario World
Cardcaptors (Nelvana version)
The Computer Chronicles
Disney Sing-Along Songs
Father Brown (2013)
The Jewel in the Crown
The Real Ghostbusters
Sailor Moon (Optimum version)
The Super Mario Bros. Super Show + The Legend of Zelda
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987)
The Three Stooges (both individual short subjects and VHS collections from the '80s and '90s)
Winnie the Pooh featurettes
Gold Standard Collection (movies the way they were meant to be seen, and then some)
The Best of the Worst (because one moviegoer’s trash is another moviegoer’s treasure)
The Marvelous Movies of Oz (cinematic gold rush down under)
Carry On PBS (Britcoms if they had dedicated PBS masters, plus any movies of said Britcoms)
Enhanced Speed (for HFR-ified and HFR-restored movies)
Classic Performances (for operas, ballets, and other forms of classical music)
Some people have said I plan way too far ahead. Maybe that’s true. But at any rate, I certainly see the potential in restoring and preserving even those movies no one has even heard of, let alone feels worth restoring (which is what The Best of the Worst is for, anyway). I have in my arsenal Davinci Resolve, GIMP, multiAVCHD, DVD Styler, Blender, Audacity, FFMPEG, and plenty of other tools that have yet to be identified to assist me in my quest to assist in the restoration and preservation of media, and I hope to have human input as well. For film-based projects, I plan to release them only in 24 frames per second, except when making HFR versions, in which case they’ll generally be 60 frames per second (with the sole exceptions of films originally made in HFR, which will be released only in their original frame rates whenever and as possible), and for video-based projects, I plan to do them only in 60 frames per second for NTSC territories, and 50 frames per second for PAL territories. My projects also generally aim to restore the original logos.
All of the above sublabels will have their own threads.
When I start a thread on any of the above individual projects, I will add an (ACTIVE) tag next to its name. When a project is ready, I will add a (RELEASED) tag next to its name.