He never sent me any final renders, just clips to preview. 😕
If he ever surfaces to send what he has completed, though, I believe it was through the fight in Kylo’s bedroom.
Thanks, I’m really glad this is being enjoyed.
And thanks, Muffy, for typing out those instructions. I just added that to the FAQ.
And yeah… you answered your own question. Lol
If anyone would like to type out the directions that YouTube clip (which I haven’t looked at), I can add it to the FAQ on the Drive sooner.
Well it wouldn’t match or need to be edited; if someone wants to listen to my commentary they could just listen to it on the default version of the edit.
Glad to be listed in the Special Thanks! Cheers to another completed Hal-9000 fanedit!
And thank for posting those tips for the Drive!
Cool! That commentary… ain’t, ain’t my best. Lol
Knight of Kalee said:
Hal, will you release a .mp4 (“Tiny encode”) or 720p file for V1? (sorry if this has already been asked).
Yes, coming real soon. I like to wait to encode them until the 1080p version is 100% finished because it makes it easier. Should be up by tomorrow morning, I expect.
It’ll be on the spleen, but once I have cover art to include.
Sorry Google Drive decided to stop being cool. 😕
Yeah, I tried filling out the entire submission form three separate times and a cryptic error kept it from letting it through, as though a field was missing or something to that effect. I said ‘to hell with it’ and sort of forgot.
But yeah, the V1 is on its way up now to the Drive. The 1080p version for now, sans cover art. Should be uploaded within 6 hours.
The thread title can be updated to say RELEASED.
The 1080p version is on its way up now, with the rest to follow once cover artwork arrives.
I don’t have any other way to host these hundreds of GB of stuff. 😦
Subs are in, so it’s down to the artwork!
I will probably just go ahead and get things ready and upload them whenever I can rather than wait, at least for Google Drive. Hoping to have enough time to get things together this week!
Shoutout to OhTeeDee for providing source material for this. Similar to working on ANH using Harmy’s De- and Re-Specialized editions, this makes it a lot easier.
For ROTJ, which I’ll revise first, it makes it practically a no-brained. I don’t mind overwriting work already done in pursuit of a better end result. So, thanks, OhTeeDee.
Ugh, not a good sign. Dammit!
Lightspeed travel has been depicted as rapid travel, not teleportation. It’d be like me having a jet plane, traveling to various places on Earth. It still takes me longer to travel to Paris from LA than to New York City.
What I see in the lightspeed skipping sequence is randomly popping up all over the globe, which doesn’t make sense.
I don’t suppose anyone’s recreated the OOT two opening fighters shots using CGI? People like to do mock-ups with digital models, so I’m sure this has been done. The question is whether if it’s been done in a way that blends in well with the 97SE’s Yavin and fighters.
Right. It was pointed out somewhat recently here, I believe by 005, and on our minds ever since.
I’m sure. If no one else does, and I just pose the question, then I’ll have to revise again in 5 years when ANH:R 2 is done. (I kid!)
I can’t say much, as this is in the earliest possible phase, but I intend to revamp these so that all three films are primarily sourced from the 19SE.
For ANH and ESB, especially the former, there will be a few things that could be a little tricky to adapt from the work done using the 2011 BluRay source. But I think none of these will be showstoppers.
While on the subject, let me ask: would anyone like to remove Yavin IV from the SE shot of the rebel force heading to the Death Star?
Oh, yes, of course. Wasn’t at all saying it looked that way!
I’m not confident in my eye for this, but the Death Star attack clip seems to have some green in the shadows and favor the orange of the visors. For all I know this is 100% faithful to the 97 version.
All of them, and I say that only relatively. To rephrase: “Wow, it’s possible to get those two sources to not look prohibitively different!”