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Pickle2503

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#1316391
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Pickle2503's Attack of the Clones Theatrical Preservation(ish) (Released)
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Dat_SW_Guy said:

Pickle2503 said:

HAPPY NEW YEARS EVERYONEEEEE

Ah yes, this line delivered by Anakin in the 35mm version was omitted in the digital release.

Yes it was right before he said “I hate them!”. I’ve dubbed it I’m using my own voice.

Lol sry guys I was very drunk last night when I posted happy New Years.

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#1316028
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Pickle2503's Attack of the Clones Theatrical Preservation(ish) (Released)
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alexp120 said:

The iso-disc image of the CinemaDTS CD-ROM discs can be found on the usenet circuit, but one would have to do the work in encoding the .AUD files and syncing them to the 23.975fps video.

You can do some reading on this here:
http://originaltrilogy.com/topic/The-1997-Star-Wars-Special-Edition-Trilogy-Preservation-Standards-Thread-Work-In-Progress/id/14647/page/1

See I never understood how the Usenet think worked, would you mind explaining it to me, sorry 😕

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#1315686
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Pickle2503's Attack of the Clones Theatrical Preservation(ish) (Released)
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Ryan-SWI said:

ChainsawAsh said:

Are you sure? I thought we had cinema DTS tracks for the 97 SE’s and the PT. I know we have TPM and ROTS, I was pretty positive we had AOTC, too.

You’re right, I just checked the usual place and we do have the PT DTS tracks.

That’s my bad, I’ve been out of the loop for a little bit.

Are they on the spleen, I couldn’t find them. Under what name?

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#1314878
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Pickle2503's Attack of the Clones Theatrical Preservation(ish) (Released)
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ChainsawAsh said:

Do you have each channel on its own track in Premiere? You should be able to mute all but one, export a mono WAV or AIFF of that one channel, then repeat for the other five channels. You can then load up your individual mono channels in one of many free programs to render a 5.1 AC3 track.

I don’t have each channel on it’s own track, is there a way I can separate the channels in premiere?

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#1314846
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Pickle2503's Attack of the Clones Theatrical Preservation(ish) (Released)
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Update 01/09/20: And it’s done! PM me for a google drive link!

So since we don’t have a theatrical preservation for Attack of the Clones I thought I would go ahead and create one. I used schorman13’s HDTV version as the base as the color timing is closest to the theatrical cut, and Bobson Dugnutt’s Centropy Remastered for a few shots that have been altered from theatrical to DVD. I decided to recreate the 35mm version as that is what most people would have seen in 2002. Now I know this isn’t a full theatrical preservation [that’s why I said preservation(ish)] as the Centropy shots are the best source for a few sequences but this is the best we can get for the time being! Here is a list of changes I’ve made to the HDTV version and timecodes.

00:20:20:08 - 00:20:23:02
I switched the shot of obi-wan catching Anakin’s lightsaber to the centropy shot where more speeders are present.

01:26:01:10 - 01:26:03:03
Cut out the “to be angry is to be human” and the “I’m a jedi, I should be better…” lines, and added 42 frames to the shot where padme comforts? Anakin. (The shot is 42 frames longer in the theatrical cut).

01:52:39:21 - 01:52:41:11 & 01:52:54:09 - 01:52:57:03
Reverted the shots of Jango’s jetpack to the centropy version where less sparks are present.

02:14:47:21 - 02:14:54:21
Replaced the shot of Anakin’s CGI hand taking Padme’s hand with the original shot from the centropy of his practical hand twitching a few times before it cuts back to the HDTV version as the camera pans up to Anakin and Padme kissing.

All the audio is the 2002 35mm theatrical DTS track.

All subtitles have been timed correctly and placed within the frame correctly, (using spooRv’s amazing UAR version of the centropy bootleg to account for the camera’s upward perspective).

I have exported the video with maximum quality settings with a blu-ray compliant encode and a bitrate of about 40 so the quality is the best we can get from this encode using the HDTV source. It’s currently a 50ish gig file and although I am not willing to upload to the spleen as my living situation will not allow me to continuously seed, I have uploaded it to google drive and you can request it from me via PM.

Thanks!
-Pickle

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#1310590
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schorman's HDTV Star Wars Saga Preservation
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No I’m doing one disc per movie and I’m using the full bitrate versions, I’m just trying to mux it into an iso in a way that when I pop the disc into my player, the original trilogy logo plays first, then the thx logo, then the actual movie. The file size of all 3 videos are well under 50 gigs (I think the ot logo video and the thx video are each under a gig, and the actual full bitrate version on the movie varies from 30ish to 40 gigs). I’m just trying to mux it in a way where each video plays one after the other that way I can have my logos, and then the movie start.

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#1310540
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The Mandalorian : 'MikeLuv80 / JSteven / ForceGhostRecon & Many Other Socks' edit
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oojason said:

FreezingTNT2 said:

oojason said:

Kingj3489 said:

We all knew it was him…

And you didn’t think to let the moderators know?
 

@oojason How did you know JSteven was ForceGhostRecon all along?

What Biggs said. We had our suspicions, yet we gave JSteven the benefit of the doubt - we do like to be sure when it comes to banning members, and it is not something taken lightly.
 

Pickle2503 said:

Soooo, question. If you do something that got you banned, is there any sort of appeals process to maybe get you unbanned?

Anyone can make a case as to why they believe they should not be banned (or that we’ve made a mistake etc) - and the moderators will consider it.

Though as mentioned above, the mods do not take banning anyone on here lightly.

To get banned from this place does take some doing…
 

Usually you have to be troll, spammer, returning banned member (sock), or break one of the Site Rules - 6, 7 & 8 or Fan Edit / Preservation Forum Rules and FAQ to get banned quickly on here.

Members have to usually display a pattern of behaviour to earn themselves a ban. The mods will customarily have a quiet word with a member if there is an issue (or a public one if it merits it), if it continues then it’ll likely be a warning, followed by more, and then eventually a temporary ban. Sometimes, depending on the situation (the severity of it - or number of previous temp bans etc) it can also result in a permanent ban.

Some bans may be for content or behaviour in PMs - which obviously does not show up in someone’s post history. Which is likely why some bans may well appear harsh to members - yet they may well be unaware of the multiple requests / attempts by mods over time to remedy an issue or problem - or events unseen / in the background in general.
 

Hope that helps mate.

Ah gotcha, thanks for the info!

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#1310526
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schorman's HDTV Star Wars Saga Preservation
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schorman13 said:

Pickle2503 said:

Hey, sorry, don’t mean to bother you but I noticed in your original post that you said you would eventually create BD menus for an iso. Did you ever get around to this as I can’t find it on the spleen. Thanks!
-Dylan

Nope, sorry. I was never able to get around to it. I don’t really use discs anymore, so I’m not really bothered about making it happen.

Ok no worries! I’m trying to mux the 3 videos to a single blu Ray iso and have them play in order (1-ot.com logo; 2-thx logo; 3-feature film) and I’ve had no luck 😦. Any way anybody would be able to help me? Help would be much appreciated!! Thanks!