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Master Lawdog

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#1441567
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant (Released)
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Movies Remastered said:

It seems a little weird that there is a long quiet pause and then Rey says “Stop talking!”
Also, The “Tell me where you are” feels a little weirdly placed.
There’s some audio clipping around 3:00 mark onward through that whole scene.

Yeah, I know about the clipping. I took audio from a sample a user in the Rey Nobody thread used as a pitch and tried mixing it in 5.1. This is just a pitch as well.

Also, Hal said he removed “They sold you to protect you.”

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#1441422
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant (Released)
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If anyone is still interested in my attempt, I’m not the best editor in terms of manipulation to audio, but I took Luke’s line, “I’m going to burn it all down,” took “burn” and cut off the last part to mix it in with the “th” part in “death of her son.”

I just updated my editing software, and it will take some getting used to. Sorry about that late reply.

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#1441374
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant (Released)
Time

Okay, I think there might be a way to do it. I’m not the best at this, but I looked at Luke’s lines in The Last Jedi. I took the word “burn” from “I’m going to burn it all down” and “myth” from “But if your strip away the myth and look at their deeds, the legacy of the Jedi is failure.”

If someone can try smoothening this out, we could get “birth” in there somewhere.

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#1441356
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant (Released)
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DZ-330 said:

Master Lawdog said:

Because during the flashback where Luke was training her, the twins were still young, and it is very likely that Ben had not been born at that point. By having Leia end her Jedi training to focus on being a mother, it would make sense to lay down her lessons from Luke. It also makes it seem Ben chose to die rather than it being destined to be.

What if…

Luke: “It was the last night of her training. Leia told me that she had sensed the death of her son at the end of her Jedi path. She surrendered her saber to me and said that one day… it would be picked up again… by someone who would finish her journey. We’ll always be with you, but this is your fight.”

Leia quits being a Jedi, because as it has been explained numerous times, she never wanted to be one. Leia wanted to focus on politics and then dumped her son on Luke later on to train. What if we just make that line about Leia realizing that, being a Jedi is not for her, and someone else would eventually take her spot. In my opinion, it makes her taking on Rey as a trainee even stronger as she believes Rey would be her successor as a Jedi. Just food for thought!

You know what, that could actually work.

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#1441350
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant (Released)
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DZ-330 said:

Can someone help explain to me why “Leia told me she had sensed the birth of her son” is an improvement? To me, having someone close to you die is more of a reason to cease and desist than having a child being born. Can a mom not be a Jedi too?

Not trying to be rude, I’m just curious how this line change is viewed as an improvement?

Because during the flashback where Luke was training her, the twins were still young, and it is very likely that Ben had not been born at that point. By having Leia end her Jedi training to focus on being a mother, it would make sense to lay down her lessons from Luke. It also makes it seem Ben chose to die rather than it being destined to be.

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#1441348
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant (Released)
Time

Has anyone here heard back from jonh? I feel like it’s been quite a while. I would love for him to export V3 of his Force ghost sequence to us.

Also, I was thinking of giving Luke’s line, “Leia told me she had sensed the birth of her son” a try using the same process they used to get Alec Guinness to say “Rey.” I’ll look through Mark Hamill’s career in voice acting to see if there’s a plausible way to do so.

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#1437959
Topic
Harry Potter: Enhanced Editions (Audiobooks) (Released)
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rt741 said:

Another really cool thing I’m doing is as I finish each book I’ll rewatch it’s film counterpart before reading the next book. Lots of fun and couldn’t be happier. Definitely look forward to your future enhanced versions of the audiobooks. Just curious do you prefer the books or films ? Also what’s your favourite book in the series and what’s your favourite film adaptation in the series ?

I can’t really say which I prefer, as I love both the seven books and eight films as they are. Also, I don’t really know which is my favorite book, honestly. My favorites of the movies are probably Prisoner of Azkaban and Deathly Hallows: Part 2. The third film was my favorite growing up, but I have grown to really love the last film too. Crazy to think it’s turning ten this month, and the first film is turning twenty.