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FekLeyrTarg

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#1099514
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RELEASED: "Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Special Longer Version)"
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pittrek said:

FekLeyrTarg said:

And I still have the German SLV on VHS, of which I’ve wanted to digitize the audiotrack for some time now. If you could have any use for it, let me know. 😃

English or Deutsch? But even if it’s German the video could be useful

It’s the German dub.
So if I understand you correctly, you’d like to have both the video and the audiotrack?
(I bought that VHS many years ago because I wanted to adapt the German audiotrack to FanFiltration’s restoration. Unfortunately, I’ve never gotten around to it.)

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#1092150
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Info: Star Trek movies - alternate versions...
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Regarding “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home”:
The European version has a summary-sequence of the previous movie, narrated by William Shatner. Unfortunately, it has not been released on any of the Blu-ray releases as far as I know.
(However, since all needed footage obviously exists on the Blu-ray of Star Trek III, I don’t think it would be impossible to rebuild that sequence using the audio track from the DVD-release)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1N69bmZjnI

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#1084659
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RELEASED: "Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Special Longer Version)"
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I’ve just found a fan-edit of the scene, in which Kirk leaves the Enterprise through the airlock. The creator (pun-intended) made his own matte-painting of the Enterprise’s saucer section around the airlock-set.

https://youtu.be/BfhYjOa13Dw

This really looks awesome and I’d love to see it in some form in future fan-edits of TMP.
However, I think for any purist rebuild of the Special Longer Version like FanFiltration’s, I think it should stay in it’s original form with the soundstage intact.

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#1033117
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RELEASED: "Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Special Longer Version)"
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FanFiltration said:

Jetrell Fo said:

FanFiltration said:

I never liked how the interlacing turned out on this edit and I never got around to making an upgrade. My original copy has been lost to time.

Didn’t I upload a copy of your original to the spleen?

You could have, I’ve lost my account info over there.

If you’d like, I can send you an invitation.

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#992043
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Info: Star Trek [The Movies] - VHS Archive Project
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Jetrell Fo said:

FekLeyrTarg said:

Jetrell Fo said:

FekLeyrTarg said:

I have the German VHS of the longer version of ST:TMP. I originally bought it in the hopes that one day I’d be able to synch its audio track with FanFiltration’s reconstruction.
Would you be interested in that one?

Does it have burnt in English subtitles?

It doesn’t. Many Germans prefer their movies dubbed instead of subtitled.
So my VHS may only be interesting for the audio track.

Having a nice cap of the whole thing would probably be good. This way an NTSC version could be made and maybe used to average one nice looking VHS version all the way around.

😃

I just realised that you were probably talking about burnt-in subtitles during the Klingon and Vulcan dialogs. I’m pretty sure that these have burnt-in subtitles.

It may take some time, but once I get around to it, I’ll see if I can digitize it for you. 😃

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#992022
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Info: Star Trek [The Movies] - VHS Archive Project
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Jetrell Fo said:

FekLeyrTarg said:

I have the German VHS of the longer version of ST:TMP. I originally bought it in the hopes that one day I’d be able to synch its audio track with FanFiltration’s reconstruction.
Would you be interested in that one?

Does it have burnt in English subtitles?

It doesn’t. Many Germans prefer their movies dubbed instead of subtitled.
So my VHS may only be interesting for the audio track.