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ForceGhostRecon

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#1275136
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Ok, I set up a website to host the link for the latest version (currently v10) and cover art. You can PM me for the site address and you can keep up with the version there if you’re interested. It’s a secret site… ssshhhhh lol 😃

Quick note for v10:
It’s very minor but there was an audio issue where I missed a crossfade between Finn picking up Rey’s transmitter and the “Rey sleeping” scene and also I corrected the timing of Luke’s green saber retraction sound effect… it was a split second off in v9. 😃

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#1274986
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oojason said:

ForceGhostRecon said:

New trailer:
https://vimeo.com/325893403?activityReferer=1

Loving the trailer - very nicely done.

If you were planning on making any additions or changes / edits to the trailer maybe add your blue TLJ logo for it at the end? Or maybe some of your artwork for it instead - the cool poster or the sweet blu ray cover etc?
 

Thanks!! I actually updated the trailer- check it out. I appreciate the feedback!

https://vimeo.com/325893403

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#1274437
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StarkillerAG said:

ForceGhostRecon said:

I think this is the final cut 😃

If I had a quarter for every time you said this… 😉

haha fair enough. In my defense, I’ve really tried to get this as perfect as possible lol

I have a question for the community. Is there somebody who can burn V9 to a Blu-ray disc for me and send it my way ? i’d love to have a copy I can put in a case with the artwork.

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#1274302
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StarkillerAG said:

I feel like you should reduce the number of versions slightly.
v6 should be v5.5, v7 should be v6, and the current version should be v7.
If you do end up fixing the saber continuity error, that should be v7.5.

At this point, all the versions (files) are labeled already so it would become very confusing to change the version numbers retroactively. When v9 is finished, it will be the definitive Clean-Cut edit, so all these other versions can really go the way of the wind.

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#1274223
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The Last Jedi - Clean cut edition
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v8 (green saber version) will be sent out this afternoon to the people who requested it. I have it at a place where I am really really happy with it. 😃


Not to be overly OCD about it, but is there any demand for a v9 reinstating the scene with Luke disappearing at the end (everything else about this edit will stay the same)? I didn’t like the way the scene felt in the original but now that I really like the way the movie plays out in this edit, I feel like it could work. I’m up in the air about it right now but considering based on feedback.

sb-dolby-worldwide-handout-13x19-v3-lg-use-this-one-cc3cc869a.jpg

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#1274119
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The Last Jedi - Clean cut edition
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ok, v8 is coming and there are a few changes - I’m very excited about this version because this is the end for me once it’s actually rendered. With these changes, this cut is pretty much right where I wanted it.

  • Holdo’s intro speech is added back into the cut - this is done for the sake of cohesion because she pops up later and we should know who she is. The speech is literally just her intro - the Poe tension is cut. This scene also let’s us know Leia is ok and recovering, which my cut also needed since we see Leia later in the cut but never SEE her recover - this bit of exposition is enough for me.

  • When Leia is brought back into the ship and drops her binary tracker device, we now see Finn pick it up - which we also needed in this cut.

  • Luke uses his green saber/hilt in the Kylo duel - which needs no explanation. 😃

Here is another dvd cover option:
TLJ-cover-dvd-v7-1.jpg

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#1273468
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stretch009 said:

For those who like to burn fanedits to disc like I do could someone tell me how to convert the fps from 30 fps to 23.976fps without it ending up choppy in the first 5 or so minutes? I’m adept at the conversion part as well as everything else that it takes to make an AVCHD/Blu Ray it’s just this 30fps to 23.976fps thing that’s giving me problems.

I believe it was a default handbrake setting- i can try to re-encode tomorrow at 23.976