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#1501947
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Harry Potter: Enhanced Editions (Audiobooks) (Books 1-6 Released)
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Starwarsfreak011 said:

Any noteworthy updates regarding your progress on Deathly Hallows chapters wise? Also, are you planning on doing this with any other audiobooks once you’re done with Harry Potter?

Not really any updates so far. I have considered doing other audiobooks, but I’m still not too sure. I’d have to be in the mood to work on it, and if I feel I’d like such a thing to exist.

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#1501834
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Batman Returns: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
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MoviesGamesMusic said:

For what it’s worth…My vote would be to remove Catwoman from the final shot for the reasons mentioned above but also, to differentiate this edit from the original version. If you want that ending, watch that version.

When making fan edits, the plans are to make the best version of the film possible, per the editor’s perspective, when producing FanFixes. I don’t want to make changes just for the sake of being different. Every change, removal or addition needs to serve a purpose.

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#1501800
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Batman Returns: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
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Anakin Starkiller said:

Master Lawdog said:

I know that Joel Schumacher’s two films take place in the same continuity.

They definitely don’t.

Either way, I much prefer including the final shot. It’s a perfect ending shot and I much prefer seeing Catwoman survive. It doesn’t matter that the shot was added because execs wanted her in spinoffs and sequels that never happened, the point is that it’s a more hopeful ending.

Joel Schumacher’s two films are sequels to Tim Burton’s two films. Michael Gough and Pat Hingle reprise their roles as Alfred and Gordon in them as well.

Also, Catwoman did get a spin-off, but it had been changed so much it ended up being that infamous Halle Berry movie.

However, all of these discussions are for a different thread.

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#1501754
Topic
Batman Returns: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
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Fullmetaled said:

Master Lawdog said:

Fullmetaled said:

Why are you cutting out catwoman in the final shot?

It’s because the film was originally going to keep her fate ambiguous. However, Warner Bros ordered Tim Burton and the producers to clearly show she survive. It was one of the last minute things that was done. I personally feel doing this takes away some of the mystery and intrigue. Besides, she never even returned for the others movies as well.

Here’s the full story:
https://youtu.be/JKMSKvJncf4?t=1439

Yeah but she does return in the sequel comic and I don’t if this matters but the love interest in Batman forever does mentions catwoman by saying he like women in leather and whips. so technically it is a sequel to Batman Returns even though the tone is different.

I know that Joel Schumacher’s two films take place in the same continuity. I could end up changing my mind and leave Catwoman in the final shot.

By the way, there’s also no way for her to even be standing there in that shot. If you look at the final shot closely as it pans up to the sky, there are no visible buildings close enough to the camera for her to be standing on top of.

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#1501641
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Batman Returns: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
Time

Fullmetaled said:

Why are you cutting out catwoman in the final shot?

It’s because the film was originally going to keep her fate ambiguous. However, Warner Bros ordered Tim Burton and the producers to clearly show she survived. It was one of the last minute things that was done. I personally feel doing this takes away some of the mystery and intrigue. Besides, she never even returned for the others movies as well.

Here’s the full story:
https://youtu.be/JKMSKvJncf4?t=1439

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#1501350
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Batman Forever: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
Time

If you all like what you see here, definitly check out my edits I did for Superman (1978), Superman II and Superman Returns. I think the Man of Steel deserves more attention these days than the Dark Knight.

SUPERMAN: ULTIMATE EDITION:
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Superman-Ultimate-Edition-Released/id/89016

SUPERMAN II: ULTIMATE EDITION:
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Superman-II-Ultimate-Edition-WIP-Workprint-Released-VFX-NEEDED/id/89017

SUPERMAN RETURNS: KRYPTONIAN EDITION:
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Superman-Returns-Kryptonian-Edition-Released-DEEPFAKE-VFX-NEEDED/id/89043

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#1501349
Topic
Batman Returns: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
Time

If you all like what you see here, definitly check out my edits I did for Superman (1978), Superman II and Superman Returns. I think the Man of Steel deserves more attention these days than the Dark Knight.

SUPERMAN: ULTIMATE EDITION:
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Superman-Ultimate-Edition-Released/id/89016

SUPERMAN II: ULTIMATE EDITION:
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Superman-II-Ultimate-Edition-WIP-Workprint-Released-VFX-NEEDED/id/89017

SUPERMAN RETURNS: KRYPTONIAN EDITION:
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Superman-Returns-Kryptonian-Edition-Released-DEEPFAKE-VFX-NEEDED/id/89043

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#1501348
Topic
Batman: Caped Crusader Edition (WIP)
Time

If you all like what you see here, definitly check out my edits I did for Superman (1978), Superman II and Superman Returns. I think the Man of Steel deserves more attention these days than the Dark Knight.

SUPERMAN: ULTIMATE EDITION:
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Superman-Ultimate-Edition-Released/id/89016

SUPERMAN II: ULTIMATE EDITION:
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Superman-II-Ultimate-Edition-WIP-Workprint-Released-VFX-NEEDED/id/89017

SUPERMAN RETURNS: KRYPTONIAN EDITION:
https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Superman-Returns-Kryptonian-Edition-Released-DEEPFAKE-VFX-NEEDED/id/89043

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#1501215
Topic
Batman Forever: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
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Anakin Starkiller said:

That said, I see nothing wrong with a fanedit Burtonizing Batman Forever, just know that I see it the same way I would Burtonizing Batman Begins (something I’d kinda like to try someday).

Good luck on your efforts! I won’t be making edits of Nolan’s trilogy, as I see it as one of the definite iterations of Batman, and it’s one of my favorite trilogies of all time.

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#1501189
Topic
Batman Forever: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
Time

This project is intended to improve Batman Forever as both a film, as well as keeping it in line and tone with Tim Burton’s two movies, since it is part of the same continuity.

Batman Forever is a film I never thought I would be making an edit of. I’ve never been a fan of Joel Schumacher’s two Batman films, even if it was Warner Bros who made this and Batman & Robin the way they were. I figured this movie, just like Batman & Robin, was an unsalvageable mess.

However, it wasn’t until I took a deep dive look into this film’s production, as well as what it was trying to be. The deleted scenes were quite fascinating, and it would be interesting to add them back in. However, the tone, flashy neon presentation and Elliot Goldenthal’s cartoony score, which adds to the animated feel of the film really don’t help. I decided to do some color correction to the film to look closer to Batman, while also not severely ruining the natural look that’s already there. Another aspect is re-scoring the film with work by Danny Elfman from his Batman films, Sleepy Hollow and others. Joel McNeely’s cover of his Batman work on The Batman Trilogy album also plays a role in this film’s new score too. Finally, the film will be trimmed and restructured to feel much more focused when it comes to its narrative and tone.

A big thanks goes to CamSMurph for suggesting ideas and being an inspiration for this project. Full disclosure, I will not be doing an edit of Batman & Robin, as I personally find the film unsalvageable in terms of re-editing, despite enjoying it as a “so bad it’s good” experience

I present the third of my Batman edits.

Color corrected the entire film.

Re-scored the entire film with Danny Elfman’s work and Joel McNeely’s covers from The Batman Trilogy album.

Removed almost all cartoon sound effects from the film.

Added in a new Warner Bros. logo.

Added in the deleted scene at Arkham Asylum, revealing Two-Face’s escape. Also added in some new shots of Arkham from Batman & Robin.

The original opening credits have been removed and replaced with a new sequence, resembling Tim Burton’s Batman films.

Added shots of the Moon, Wayne Manor, and slightly trimmed the suit-up sequence, adding in shots from Batman & Robin. Also removed the drive-thru joke between Batman and Alfred.

VFX will be needed to remove the opening ending credits text from the beginning of the film.

Trimmed the exterior shots of the second bank of Gotham.

Trimmed Two-Face’s monologue to the security guard.

Replaced the shots of Batman gliding down with brand new ones from older Batman commercials.

Removed Chase’s line, “Hot entrance,” replacing it with a shot of Gordon.

Removed Batman’s, “Agreed.”

Removed Chase’s final two lines to Batman before leaving.

Removed Two-Face’s lines, “Let’s start this party with a bang,” “Blast him” and “Open sesame.”

Added the alternate angles of Batman kicking down Two-Face’s henchmen from the trailer.

Added the alternate angles of Batman grabbing one of Two-Face’s men from the elevator shaft and throwing him into another.

Removed the guard’s “Oh no!”

Removed Two-Face’s cackling when delivering his message to Gotham on the helicopter.

Removed the guard’s line, “Oh no! It’s boiling acid!”

Removed the guard’s disapproval and approval of Batman’s orders.

Trimmed away more of the guard whining during the bank heist sequence.

Removed Two-Face’s whining over Batman escaping the vault.

Removed the reaction shot of the guard on the vault as it’s falling.

Removed Two-Face’s line, “This’ll fix him!”

Removed Two-Face’s line, “Let’s see.”

Removed Two-Face’s line, “Farewell forever to that pointy-eared night rat!”

Added in a new shot of Gotham City, along with a text card to stay in continuity with Burton’s films.

Removed the audio of the news report on the bank heist sequence.

Moved Bruce Wayne’s visit to Wayne Enterprises and conversation with Nygma prior to the bank heist sequence.

Slightly trimmed Nygma showing Bruce his invention before explaining its function to him.

Removed the sequence of Bruce using the underground tube transportation.

Moved the rooftop scene between Batman and Chase to after Alfred’s conversation with Dick.

Trimmed Chase’s line about Two-Face’s coin, now that the scene has been moved to later in the narrative.

Trimmed some of the flirtatious dialogue between Batman and Chase.

Removed some of Nygma’s excessive lines when finishing his invention.

Removed Nygma’s line, “Caffine’ll kill ya!” Added a transition to black, with Stickley waking up without Nigma poking at his mustache.

Removed Nygma’s, “Which one? This?”

Trimmed away the entire brain drain sequence.

Removed Nygma’s, “Hang on,” as well as his lines to Stickley after falling out of the window.

Cut Nygma’s line, “The memories…”

Removed Gordon’s line, “Yep. Definitely suicide.”

Removed the scene of Nygma returning to his apartment to make his next riddle.

Removed Nygma’s line, “Wayne Manor… Hmph!”

Cut Bruce getting lost in Chase before telling her about the riddles.

Cut Bruce and Chase acknowledging the answer to the first riddle.

Removed Gossip Gerty interviewing Bruce at the circus.

Added in an establishing shot of Nygma’s apartment from earlier that was removed, prior to him watching the circus on TV.

Muted Two-Face’s laughs and cackles throughout the circus raid.

Trimmed away Nygma laughing as he watches the circus massacre.

Cut Bruce shouting, “I’m Batman!”

Removed Chase calling for Bruce and a shot of Nygma watching the massacre on TV.

The sequence of the death of the Graysons has the sound drowned out for a dramatic effect, as the music plays out.

Faintly added Jack Napier’s line, “Do you ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight” over the shot of the silhouette of the killer.

Removed the car chase sequence between Batman and Two-Face.

Added an establishing shot of Wayne Manor at day to transition to the deleted scene between Bruce and Dick.

Added the deleted scene of Bruce consulting Dick over his pain and anger towards Two-Face.

Removed Bruce’s line, “Sounds great. Thanks.”

Recut Nygma brainstorming names to trim away “Captain Kill.”

If it’s possible, it would be great if someone very talented with VFX could digitally remove Jim Carrey in Riddler costume standing in the background of Two-Face’s lair before walking into the scene.

Removed Riddler’s line, “KILL THE BAT! Sounds like a good idea!”

Cut Riddler talking about Batman’s depression, as well as his mocking cry.

Lightly trimmed the Riddler describing Two-Face’s lair.

Removed the laundry karate scene.

Removed the casino robbery scene.

Added the deleted scene of Batman getting tricked into where the crime is taking place. Added a shot of the Batmobile from earlier that was removed from the chase sequence. Riddler and Two-Face drive off afterwards.

Moved the scene with Dick asking Alfred about the door to the Batcave has been moved prior to Bruce watching GNN.

Removed the shots of Riddler and Two-Face taking turns using the Nygmatech box to allow the panning shot of the public’s intelligence being drained to play out as one long uninterrupted shot.

Removed Dick’s, “Now!”

Removed the shot of Dick waving at Alfred.

Cut Chase’s, “Rage, violence, passion,” as well as the kiss.

Cut Dick trying to pick up girls in the Batmobile.

Re-dubbed the girl’s line from the one used in the trailer from, “Doesn’t Batman kiss the girl” to “Did you forget the part where you kiss the girl?”

Removed the girl’s line, “Thanks! You saved my life!”

Trimmed away Gossip Gerty interviewing Nygma and recognizing Bruce.

Cut Nygma’s line, “The future!”

Removed Nygma’s, “Oh, no, no, no, NO!”

Used an alternate take of Batman leaping off the fountain and punching one of Two-Face’s men from the trailer.

Removed Alfred handing Dick his acrobat suit in order to keep the surprise for later.

Removed Batman’s kiss and brief interaction with Chase.

Muted more of Two-Face’s cackles.

Removed the shot of Two-Face blowing Batman a kiss.

Removed Two-Face dancing as Batman is engulfed in flames.

Added the deleted scene of Bruce watching GNN and an extended conversation with Alfred afterwards. Removed the line, “I’ve never been in love before, Alfred,” with Bruce looking at the monitor featuring Chase.

Trimmed Chase’s lines from the scene where Batman visits her at night, to make it seem that she isn’t lusting for him.

Cut off Riddler and Two-Face’s scene after Riddler gives a riddle hinting at Batman’s secret identity.

Removed the scene of Riddler and Two-Face arriving at Wayne Manor.

Cut from Chase finding out Bruce’s identity to Alfred opening the door, only for Riddler and Two-Face to ambush him.

Removed Riddler’s line, “Spank me.”

Removed Two-Face’s failed coin outcomes. He only flips the coin once.

Trimmed away Riddler’s baseball gag.

Removed Riddler’s, “JOYGASM!”

Removed Two-Face skipping over to shoot Bruce.

Removed Riddler and Two-Face laughing before leaving.

Added the deleted scene concluding the red book subplot prior to the Chase tied up in the Riddler’s lair. Shots from earlier have been added to help the sequence play out a bit better.

Removed the lines, “Who the hell’s doing that?” “The Riddler!”

Removed the shots of Batman’s fist and butt.

Removed the shot of Batman giving Gordon a thumbs up.

Removed Riddler and Two-Face playing Battleship.

Removed Riddler’s reaction to shooting down the Batwing, as well as him mentioning the black box.

Cut the reference to the 60’s show involving Batman and Robin.

Removed Robin’s revenge lines as he beats up Two-Face, as well as many more of Two-Face’s cackles.

Cut Two-Face introducing himself again.

Trimmed away some of Riddler and Two-Face’s reaction shots.

Removed Riddler’s, “Bummer!”

Recut Two-Face’s death so Batman doesn’t throw up several coins, as he falls to his death on his own. VFX needed to remove the various coins from some shots.

Removed Riddler’s final laughs on the shot outside Arkham.

Added the deleted scene between Chase and Alfred, along with an establishing shot of Arkham.

Added a shot of Gotham City with the Batsignal in the sky prior to the shot of Batman and Robin running in front of it.

Replaced the songs in the credits with pieces of Danny Elfman’s work.

Updated the Warner Bros distribution logo at the end.

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#1501095
Topic
Batman: Caped Crusader Edition (WIP)
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Fullmetaled said:

Master Lawdog said:

Fullmetaled said:

Master Lawdog said:

Fullmetaled said:

Looking forward to this is it possible for you to do this for Batman returns as well next? because I hate that he kills in that film as well.

I’m planning on making edits of Batman Returns and Batman Forever as well.

If only the new Batman 89 comic didn’t have Batman kill It would have completely crushed Batman forever.

Didn’t that comic get cancelled, or didn’t get picked up due to copyright and licensing issues?

No it was finished it was six issues catwoman is in it barbera gordon yes as Jim Gordon’s daughter is in it not as batgirl and dating Billy dee Williams Harvey dent we got a new take on robin based on the planned marlon wayan’s version.

Interesting.

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#1501066
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Batman Returns: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
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Fullmetaled said:

Your making these films feel 100% like true Batman getting rid of the goofy moments and him killing fixes these films completely in my eyes.

I’ve got other fan edits of DC movies planned or completed as well.

COMPLETED:
Superman (1978)
Superman II
Superman Returns

PLANNED:
Batman (1989)
Batman Returns
Batman Forever
Man of Steel
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice
Wonder Woman
Justice League
Aquaman
Wonder Woman 1984

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#1501065
Topic
Batman: Caped Crusader Edition (WIP)
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Fullmetaled said:

Master Lawdog said:

Fullmetaled said:

Looking forward to this is it possible for you to do this for Batman returns as well next? because I hate that he kills in that film as well.

I’m planning on making edits of Batman Returns and Batman Forever as well.

If only the new Batman 89 comic didn’t have Batman kill It would have completely crushed Batman forever.

Didn’t that comic get cancelled, or didn’t get picked up due to copyright and licensing issues?

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#1501007
Topic
Batman Returns: Caped Crusader Edition (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)
Time

This project is intended to improve Batman Returns to be a little more in line with how these characters have usually been portrayed throughout history.

Batman Returns is a difficult movie for me to get out my feelings on. I have a like/dislike feeling for this movie. Like Tim Burton’s first movie, I like this movie for what it is and how it feels like a gothic tragedy. However, there are a lot of very goofy and weird elements that take me out of it. I do wish both films, especially this one, focused more on the character of Batman/Bruce Wayne, as it is clear Burton was more interested in the villains. This is really a Tim Burton movie than it is a Batman movie.

This edit mainly focuses on strengthening the flow of the film, as well as doing its best to trim away and unnecessary elements that Burton strayed too far from. I once again used Double ‘O’ Productions’ VFX work in a loving way to fix up any errors found within the film.

I present the second of my Batman edits, which still remains mostly the same to the original film.

The primary video source will be from the original Blu-ray release. The entire film has been color corrected.

Added in my name as an editor during the opening credits, as well as lovingly borrowing Double ‘O’ Productions’ addition of Bill Finger’s credit.

Lovingly borrowed a shot from Double ‘O’ Productions that fixes a shot of the Penguin looking at his pocket watch.

Added in a shot of a full moon prior to the first shot of Wayne Manor.

Removed Batman setting the devil clown on fire.

Lovingly borrowed shots from Double ‘O’ Productions that removes the subtle line around the wall that Batman pulls out with his grappling gun.

Cut Selina using the taser on the clown.

Moved Selina returning to her apartment prior to Shreck’s deal with the Penguin.

Trimmed away the cat nibbling on Selina’s fingers.

Trimmed away Selina shredding her stuffed animals.

Removed a very brief frame on the TV Bruce is watching at Wayne Manor.

Lovingly borrowed a shot from Double ‘O’ Productions that fixes a wobbly gravestone the Penguin walks by.

Moved Catwoman saving the woman from the mugger prior to the Penguin visiting his parents’ tombstone.

Removed the shot of Bruce walking to Shreck’s building for better pacing and a tighter transition to his business meeting.

Removed Bruce’s “Thanks” to Selina.

Trimmed some of the awkward confusion of Bruce recognizing Selina as Batman.

Trimmed away the bomb attached to the clown, removing the ticking sounds.

Moved Catwoman breaking into Shreck’s department store prior to Batman’s first encounter with the Red Triangle Circus Gang.

Removed the cop’s surrendering dialogue to Catwoman.

Removed the sequence of Batman killing the strongman with the bomb.

Lovingly borrowed a shot from Double ‘O’ Productions that replaces Catwoman’s stunt double’s face with Michelle Pfeiffer’s.

Cut the Penguin making a bat hand puppet.

Trimmed away Catwoman bathing herself like a cat.

Removed Selina commenting on what the News reported on Catwoman.

Removed the Ice Princess asking what the sonar batarang is.

Trimmed away Bruce mentioning kissing Selina.

Removed Catwoman screaming and breaking the greenhouse’s glass.

Removed the close up shot of the old lady.

Cut Bruce mentioning Alfred letting Vicki Vale into the Batcave, since that’s no longer in my edit of the original movie.

Trimmed away Bruce doing a record scratch on the CD.

Removed the scene of Bruce making his mind up on going to Shreck’s party.

Muted the Penguin reading out Batman’s letter.

Lovingly borrowed a shot from Double ‘O’ Productions that fixes the error of Batman’s eye makeup disappearing.

Trimmed down Shreck shooting Selina.

Removed a wide shot of the generator exploding, as you can see Selina and Shreck’s stunt doubles step off set.

Cut Catwoman from the final shot. It would also be great if someone who knows VFX could remove her from the shot.

Added an acknowledgement credit to Double ‘O’ Productions, replaced Siouxsie and the Banshees’ song in the end credits with more work from Danny Elfman, and updating the Warner Bros distribution logo at the end.

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#1500758
Topic
Batman: Caped Crusader Edition (WIP)
Time

This project is intended to improve, as well as slightly update Tim Burton’s original Batman movie to be a little more in line with how these characters have been portrayed throughout their incredibly long legacy.

While I personally like this movie for what it is, I can’t exactly say it’s great, nor can I say that it is a true representation of the Batman character, as Tim Burton took a number of liberties with the character. There are many things I do love about this movie, such as its visual design and Danny Elfman’s iconic score, but I do think the story, and even the characterizations of the characters aren’t the most engaging.

This edit seeks to trim any elements that are either not the strongest, or a bit outdated by today, as well as restructuring the flow of sequences to play out better. Any elements that are out of character, such as Batman murdering criminals or Alfred letting Vicki Vale into the Batcave have been eliminated. Bruce Wayne and Vicki Vale’s romance has also been trimmed away, as it doesn’t exactly need to be there in order for the mystery behind his backstory to play out. The arc of the Joker being the murderer of the Waynes remains, however, since the film is built around an emotional tie between the hero and villain, and trimming it away would weaken the narrative. I also lovingly used Double ‘O’ Productions’ VFX work to fix up any errors found within the film, as it’s done to such a professional standard.

I present the first of my Batman edits, which still remains mostly the same to the original film.

The primary video and audio source will be the original Blu-ray release. The entire film has been color corrected.

Added in my name as an editor during the opening credits, as well as lovingly borrowing Double ‘O’ Productions’ addition of Bill Finger’s credit.

Lovingly borrowed Double ‘O’ Productions’ touch ups to all of the matte painting shots throughout the film.

Moved Gotham’s press conference and Jack Napier and Alicia Hunt’s conversation to before Batman stops the two muggers.

Trimmed away Knox further questioning Eckhardt after walking away.

Removed Vicki telling Knox that she likes bats.

Replaced the 80s funk music during Bruce Wayne’s fundraiser with “In a Mellow Tone.”

Removed the sequence of Bruce starring at Vicki as Alfred cleans up after his messes.

Removed Knox calling for Gordon as he and Vicki view Bruce’s gallery.

Removed a shot of Batman behind Napier after running up some stairs.

Trimmed away Jack hanging from the railing before falling into the vat of chemicals, as it raises the question whether Batman let him go or not.

Moved the surgery aftermath scene prior to Vicki’s date at Wayne Manor.

Lovingly borrowed shots from Double ‘O’ Productions’ touch ups during Napier’s surgery aftermath with red blood and correcting his hair and skin color in the dark.

Removed the entire sequence of Vicki staying at Wayne Manor and sleeping with Bruce.

Lovingly borrowed shots from Double ‘O’ Productions’ touch up to removing a makeup smudge on the Joker’s neck during his reveal.

Trimmed away the Joker’s line, “What a day” and some more laughing to bridge two scenes together better.

Moved the scene between Vicki and Knox on the Wayne file prior to the Joker’s mob meeting.

Moved Alicia Hunt’s reaction to the Joker after Bruce looks at Jack Napier’s criminal files.

Muted Joker repeating “I’m glad you’re dead.”

Moved the Joker’s reaction to the news report on TV prior to him monitoring the toxins at Axis Chemicals.

Moved the scene of the Joker cutting photographs after Harvey Dent on the phone.

Lovingly borrowed shots from Double ‘O’ Productions to fix the continuity error with the red handprints on one of the paintings.

Lovingly borrowed shots from Double ‘O’ Productions to remove the wire from Batman as he glides down into the Flugelheim Musuem.

Mute Vicki screaming as she holds onto Batman on the line launcher.

Mute Vicki’s screams as her and Batman run through the alleyways, as well as grappling upwards.

Removed Bob telling his guys to check Batman’s wallet.

Lovingly borrowed shots from Double ‘O’ Productions to fix the continuity error of bullet holes next to Vicki Vale.

Lovingly borrowed a shot from Double ‘O’ Productions to fix a match cut with Batman having his arm up.

Removed the scene in the Batcave of Alfred advising Bruce to tell Vicki the truth.

Removed the entire scene in Vicki’s apartment between her, Bruce and the Joker.

Trimmed away Alfred letting Vicki into the Batcave and her conversation with Bruce.

Removed Batman destroying Axis Chemicals, as well as adding in a shot of Gotham City to transition better to Joker’s parade.

Removed Vicki saying, “Smylex gas.”

Trimmed away Batman shooting missiles down upon the Joker’s parade.

Lovingly borrowed shots from Double ‘O’ Productions that fixes some of the miniature effects as the Batwing crashes.

Trimmed away Batman leg throwing Joker’s goon down the cathedral.

Used the 2019 audio mix, which improves the sound recording of Batman’s line, “Excuse me. Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?”

Muted Batman telling the Joker he’s going to kill him.

Lovingly borrowed shots from Double ‘O’ Productions that fixes the color of the Joker’s jacket on the edge of the cathedral, as well as Batman’s symbol.

Lovingly borrowed a shot from Double ‘O’ Productions that fixes the overhead shot of the Joker falling.

Lovingly borrowed two shots from Double ‘O’ Productions that improves the shots of the Batsignal in the sky.

Lovingly borrowed a shot from Double ‘O’ Productions that fixes the final shot of the film.

Added an acknowledgement credit to Double ‘O’ Productions, replaced Prince’s song in the end credits with more work from Danny Elfman, and updating the Warner Bros distribution logo at the end.

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#1499768
Topic
Harry Potter: Enhanced Editions (Audiobooks) (Books 1-6 Released)
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MrManny9225 said:

hey Master Lawdog, do you do any re-edits. I noticed in book 1 chapter 6 towards the end when the train whistle sounds and the conductor makes the announcement, the sound spikes. Also there are certain parts throughout the books where the music is just a bit louder than the audiobook itself. Just wondering, apart from that these editions are amazing and add another level to the books.

I do re-edits for my movies, but I’m not sure if I can go back and do this with the audibooks at this point.

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#1498954
Topic
Deepfake Ideas - Index and Discussion
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Fullmetaled said:

Master Lawdog said:

Fullmetaled said:

Master Lawdog said:

Fullmetaled said:

Master Lawdog said:

Fullmetaled said:

Who makes the best deepfakes currently?

I’d say Shamook.

The reason I ask is I heard jarkan fixed up some of his deepfakes and made them a bit better.

He did with his Luke Skywalker one.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wk_5QP2NSKM

So not the leia and tarkin deepfakes then?

Nah. I think Shamook’s Rogue One deepfakes looked far superior compared to Jarkan’s.

Am I wrong in thinking the only flaw in deepfakes is skin textures because the skin looks smoothed out on tarkin.

Looks pretty good, if you ask me. But I do see what you’re talking about.