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ScottZill

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#1285077
Topic
Original Theatrical Version - Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back (!)
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MASTER260 said:

Lum said:

I’d like a theatrical Mewtwo Strikes Back fansub. Pretty sure I used to own the raw Japanese VHS.
Having enjoyed the 4Kids run of Pokemon since early on, I’ve ignored the original script far too long…

Here: https://anonfile.com/w72fhav1nd/Mewtwo_no_Gyakushuu_Laserdisc_Pokemon_srt

It’s the result of a long time of work. It’s based on Rakudaniku’s Kanzenban subs, but edited by taking into account other translations of the script I’ve seen and knowledge of English grammar, so the whole thing actually makes sense and gets the ideas it was trying to convey across the best.

Will it work for this: link removed ?

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#1284658
Topic
Blu-Ray and other HD box size STAR WARS covers
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CarboniteSolo said:

I used Darth Lucas’ template using his spines, slightly modified. Here’s all nine episodes, I haven’t completed the rest, but I have finished Episodes I-IX. I hope you like them. I love the artwork and I didn’t want to cover them up with words, so this is kind of inspired by those old Star Wars VHS tapes of the 90’s and the classic Star Wars toys of the late 70’s and early 80’s. I left the back covers blank. You can add what you like to them, enjoy. Thoughts and comments appreciated, good or bad.

The last one is for fun.

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Cool covers, although could you make an alternate version of these with a white background instead of a black one?

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#1274750
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Request: Kiki's Delivery Service (1998 Disney English dub)
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TiddySprinklesPimpBillion said:

Picklejoe said:

I put together a version with 720p Blu-ray and 2003 DVD audio. Not sure how long it will stay up but enjoy!

Also sorry about the audio, it’s only 2 channel but at least it has a decent bit rate (around 320ish).
 

Edit: Link removed by moderator. Links to downloads are not allowed.

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The About and Help sections of the site may be of some use and interest too.
 

I have a better link which is HEVC/H.265 1080p with a ton of audio choices including this Disney dub. I didn’t encode this but PM me for details.

What are the audio choices?

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#1273928
Topic
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (and other pre-1980 S-D shows) - Syndicated Laugh Track-Free Audio Preservation
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Space Hunter M said:

Moviescope said:

Any updates so far? You’re doing an amazing job BTW. It’s not often that someone would go beyond for a classic show like this. And it’s more fitting that’s it coinciding with the 50th anniversary as well.

Thanks.

I’ve since acquired What the Hex Going on?, Which Witch is Which?, Scooby’s Night with a Frozen Fright, and Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Werewolf?.

1996 Bumper Edition UK VHS would fill following gaps:

Season 1:
5. Decoy for a Dognapper
8. Foul Play in Funland
10. Bedlam in the Big Top
12. Scooby Doo and a Mummy Too
15. Spooky Space Kook

And quality upgrades for:
3. Hassle in the Castle
13. Which Witch is Witch?

If anybody could rip this tape, it would be much appreciated.

Found it on Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/SDWAYBumperEditionVA3067812

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#1271561
Topic
Mono soundtracks that were butchered with 5.1 remixes in later releases
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The Decimator said:

crissrudd4554 said:

The Decimator said:

I’m watching Scarface on AMC right now, and it sounds like they’ve changed the sound effects for the guns.

Yes.

crissrudd4554 said:
There’s also been examples such as Grease and Scarface where although the original mixes were not mono they still were given 5.1 remixes later on that completely revised everything.

That’s what happens when I don’t pay attention to the rest of the thread😏

Back on topic, have any of you guys seen the classic anime film, AKIRA? Recently, I watched it for the first time, and something about the film’s sound design struck me as sounding too modern for 1988. Sure enough, I happened to find a post on Blu-Ray.com that says the film’s sound effects have been tampered with on Blu-Ray, so it would appear that not even Japan is safe from this kind of audio alteration. If you want to get an idea of how the film’s sound effects used to be, watch the original English dub by Streamline Pictures (the 2002 dub by Animaze also has a lot of added effects, which is a shame, because it’s the better of the two dubs).

Which Blu-Ray release?