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Max Rebo

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#1308113
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How To Add Deleted Scenes??? (Sorry for re-post I posted in wrong channel)
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Pickle2503 said:

You would probably want to rip the whole movie and the deleted scenes of the disc using Makemkv, then import them into your editing software of preference, insert the scenes where you would like them, then export! (Try to use a higher bitrate setting when exporting to avoid quality loss)

Thanks man, I’ll try it.

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#1303589
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How To Add Deleted Scenes??? (Sorry for re-post I posted in wrong channel)
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Hey guys, sorry I’ve not posted in a while but I have got a question. Is there a way to add deleted scenes in movies that shoulda made it in the movie. One movie I wanna do that with is Halloween (2018). I love that movie (sure the 1st one is still the best) and I would honestly call it the best sequel along side Halloween II (1981). There are a four scenes in particular that I would love to add.

1: In this scene, Laurie is practicing her shooting on some creepy mannequins. After a few pinpoint shots, she slurps up some strawberry milk. Okay, nothing crazy there, but in the following scene she’s cleaning some guns and picks up a six-shooter. In this scene, she contemplates killing herself and even puts the muzzle under her chin to blow out her brains. One has to imagine this was cut to avoid turning the audience against the character. (But I would edit out Michael standing in the corner in one frame)

2: This scene reveals Allyson jogging to school and comes across a very terrible thing on a morning run. It appears Michael Myers, or at least one of the escaped inmates, tied up and killed a dog. It’s a nice scene in that it foreshadows something terrible has entered the suburban neighborhood. Which takes place before the school scene.

3: This scene involves the main cast of kid characters and how they’re planning to either go to the big party or ditch it to get freaky at home. This scene would have added some context so that characters didn’t just show up unannounced, but a lot of the dynamics are explored in other scenes anyway.

4: This scene occurs after Cameron gets caught cheating on Allyson and kissing another girl. He’s super drunk, but in an odd turn they make up. Then cops show up and bust Cameron. It’s a throwaway scene, but interesting to see how the showrunners were trying to mend this relationship. Which, in my opinion, makes the boyfriend that much more likeable until he mouths off to the cops.

I re-worded and put personal thoughts in the scene descriptions from this website (cause there are no individual videos): http://www.adventuresinpoortaste.com/2019/01/15/everything-we-learned-from-the-halloween-2018-deleted-scenes/

In conclusion, how do I add in a few deleted scenes in a movie?

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#1293354
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What Are The Best Sequel Trilogy Edits???
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ChainsawAsh said:

Restructured for TFA, with Nev’s Starlight Project probably supplanting it for me when finished.

Rekindled for TLJ.

I will actually be doing a review of what are considered the “best” fan edits, and Rekindled is one of them. Starting with the best of TLJ, I wanna compare so I can see which is better whilst adding my opinion on them alongside in what regard each edit succeeds or fails at. After that I plan on doing the same thing for the best edits of TFA.

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#1293352
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What Are The Best Sequel Trilogy Edits???
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JSteven said:

My personal favs are DigMod’s Heir to the Force and ForceGhostRecon’s Last of the Jedi. Definitely check them out if you can! The Fallen Knight was a really good edit as well.

I have FGR’s edit is the whole reason why I’m on OT.com and I really love Heir to the Force but I think a couple more scenes would have went a long way. I’m thinking about using that as a base to add said scenes.

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#1293028
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What Are The Best Sequel Trilogy Edits???
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rocknroll41 said:

The ones you mentioned are good, but they also break away from the overall saga continuity a little bit, so they’re not really my favorites.

I’d say my favorite version of TFA is Hal9000’s The Force Awakens Restructured, and my favorite version of TLJ is ClarkZuckerberg’s The Fallen Knight, with ForceGhostRecon’s Last of the Jedi (Color Regrade Version) as a close second.

Thanks, I will be sure and check those out.

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#1292982
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What Are The Best Sequel Trilogy Edits???
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What would you guys say are the best edits of the ST bar none? Mine are Digi Mod’s Heir to the Force edit and FGR’s TLJ Clean Cut also. Digi’s Rogue One and Solo edits are good (Rise of the Rebellion and The Coaxium Heist). Ivan’s TLJ was meh with only few edits in there are good , and I have yet to watch the TLJ Rekindled by PapaSketti. In conclusion, what would you guys say are the best ST/Spinoff edits?

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#1287283
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Star Wars: Heir to the Force (TFA edit) <em>Released</em>
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DigMod said:

Yes. The entire scene was removed as to introduce Cassian when Jynn meets him for the first time. Too much planet hopping and ultimately it wasn’t needed. I also wanted Cassian to be more of a hero in the edit.

That is fine man, I will say I am enjoying what I’m seeing so far. I will give this a full watch. I love the changes that I’ve seen such as less glossy and more natural Grand Moff Tarkin. Also, Vaters eyes aren’t to read. I do realize that his eyes were red in certain lighting in the original trilogy, but in rogue one they overdid it. You made it look a bit more natural and amazing as a post to a very detailed cosplayer’s Halloween costume. PS, I also love the or heck of planet names when people go there and I love how Jyn is dreaming about her past.