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#1099909
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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - FanEdit Ideas <strong><em>SPOILERS</em></strong>
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Don’t know if this was mentioned before here, but ever since I had seen it at celebration, it had always intrigued me. It is the opening to the rogue one celebration panel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9BuyiFvLJA

I knew it wasn’t going to be in the film, but it eventually got me thinking…
*some average movie-goers had not known that this was a film that had taken place right before Star Wars
*seeing episode IV in the crawl would confuse them, until that interruption happens and focuses on the "rebel spies section of the crawl, then transition to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
*It is essentially a subversion of your expectation, but it eventually becomes a stylistic introduction to the story

Again it might confuse with the whole Episode IV subtitle, but once the imagery steps in, the audience realizes what they are really in for. I was completely fine without a crawl, but this would have taken the cake for me if it was what we had got.

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#1096405
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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solkap said:

OGSpark said:

Hello to all on the Original trilogy forums. I’m a new member, but an old follower. I would first like to thank Harmy for creating this project. In turn you are bringing many star wars fans together in the process.

Quick question if anyone could help me. I had downloaded DeEd v2.5, ESB 2.0 and ROTJ 1.0 years ago on my old PC (using the torrent method). I have since gotten a new PC, and am considering doing either the Uloz or multi .rar method (as detailed in TUIG) this time around to update my DeEd collection.

I was wondering if anyone on this thread is using either of these methods, and if so what was your experience with them? (i.e. were there any problems you had encountered doing it this way, did you use the exact programs as said in TUIG, etc.).

Welcome to the forum OGSpark!

I had no trouble with the downloads other than the time it took because of their size.

I did run into some errors trying to extract them using the Peazip program described in the latest version of TUIG. If that happens to you, you can try using the JDownloader 2 program that used to be in TUIG 4.0 for its extraction function as well as it’s downloading function. That worked for me. Here’s a link to a piece of that older version of TUIG, which has clean links to JDownloader 2:

https://goo.gl/F8GLpz

Also, tehparadox doesn’t seem to work anymore, but at least for now, you can still find lists of the file download links you’ll need here:

https://goo.gl/5Sif60

By the way, even though a Manual Download method is available, I personally still recommend the Multipart method. Since the files are in smaller pieces, there’s less ground to make up if one of them glitches right before it can finish downloading. But that is just my own opinion. Both methods do work.

Good luck!

Thanks so much for the help!

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#1096321
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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Hello to all on the Original trilogy forums. I’m a new member, but an old follower. I would first like to thank Harmy for creating this project. In turn you are bringing many star wars fans together in the process.

Quick question if anyone could help me. I had downloaded DeEd v2.5, ESB 2.0 and ROTJ 1.0 years ago on my old PC (using the torrent method). I have since gotten a new PC, and am considering doing either the Uloz or multi .rar method (as detailed in TUIG) this time around to update my DeEd collection.

I was wondering if anyone on this thread is using either of these methods, and if so what was your experience with them? (i.e. were there any problems you had encountered doing it this way, did you use the exact programs as said in TUIG, etc.).