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ZaneFlare92

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#1287158
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The ‘Custom Special Edition’ That Almost Wasn’t, But Then Was
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Hal Im glad I thought about this before you finished ANH, Being youre gonna go through the whole Wedge thing, Rouge Leader says “Red 6 do you see Red 5 ?” but it’s Wedge who responds “There’s heavy fire on that side, Red 5 Where are you?” Red 6 is Porkins who is already shot down. Adywan some how mocked up Rouge Leader saying Red 2. In the battle after Wedge says "Look at the size of that thing. You can use Red Leader "Cut the Chatter “Red 2” to fix that for your alternate track. Im sure that was the likely thing Ady did to do that fix.

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#1286199
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The ‘Custom Special Edition’ That Almost Wasn’t, But Then Was
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I don’t know if it would help. I don’t know how isolating mixes work but if this helps, Ady has Blast it Wedge where are you if you have it. It’s more along where it doesn’t sounds like Luke shouts the line “Blast it Wedge where are you?” in the mono, Its more of the tone “Blast it Biggs (Wedge) where are you?” in his. Just throwing that option out there.

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#1269416
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Solo - A Star Wars Edit (Released)
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ChainsawAsh said:

Was only able to check the file for playability before I left for work, but is anyone else having aspect ratio issues (2.40:1 vertically stretched to 1.78:1) or is that just MPC-HC/something else on my end?

It’s not only you I just downloaded it and it’s that way for me on MPC-HC as well. That’s how I prefer watching my movies as well. Maybe it’s some kind of glitch???

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#1267858
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The ‘Custom Special Edition’ That Almost Wasn’t, But Then Was
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Something that came to mind watching that recent lightspeed footage from inside the cockpit and watching Adywan’s. I notice you see the blue lighting effect from the lightspeed light lighting up the cockpit. Watching Adywan’s edit I notice how he also applied it on the shot Han say’s “Stand by Chewy here we go, cutting the sublight engines.” It would be cool tp see that effect continuity in the edit.

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#1266851
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The ‘Custom Special Edition’ That Almost Wasn’t, But Then Was
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Well maybe the celebration is all the scum and villainy Ben speaks of coming together. They’re all celebrating that fact they can commit crime and gang related stuff again without the Empire getting involved lol. Maybe everyone is also celebrating the Death of Jabba lol. It’s funny when you think outside the box on stuff sometimes lol.

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#1266844
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The ‘Custom Special Edition’ That Almost Wasn’t, But Then Was
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In my head cannon the ending the 97 version is my favorite of the ending. I seen one fan edit that had the the 04 version but somehow mute the “Wesa Free!”, and just used footage of Sebastian Shaw in place of Hayden. If it were me, that’s how I would honestly do it. I know most people say oh the Empire just didn’t suddenly fall with the Death of the Emperor and Death Star II. Which in a real reality that would be true. I only like that only because it adds world building to the Star Wars galaxy. The only downside to the 97 version is when Coruscant is shown, the Jedi Temple and Senate building aren’t present in the 97. More then likely just those building were ideas/concept at the time. Being the Phantom Menace was just in the pre production phase the time the Special Editions were done before filming that next year in 98. To me I find it pretty cool how George how the visual look of Coruscant just two years prior.

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#1263350
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The ‘Custom Special Edition’ That Almost Wasn’t, But Then Was
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I was thinking about something watching some Episode IV fan edits. 2 scenes I have a question in particular. The Mos Eisley entrance. Various fan edits make the entrance seem choppy due to couple things being cut. Like the robot slapping the security droid and the jawas falling off the ronto. Mostly a lot of fan edits cut around the stuff. They dont like which it’s understandable as those two parts is very childish humor. The most favorable version of the scene edited in a good way to where it’s not so choppy is Adywan Revisited. So I was wondering how yours will be done.

The second scene I have a question about is “If the Ship is as fast as his boasting we ought to do well.” Something I’ve always found cool is with Adywan and KK650’s is they used a wipe with that shot and not the fade. It just seems natural and not weird being none of the other films have had a scene to scene fade transition to another shot. George took the fade away with the imperial spy fading to the docking bay stairs. More then likely he thought it being strange as well being to what I stated. Just thought I’d ask. Love your Custom Special Empire Strikes Back.

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#1260031
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The ‘Custom Special Edition’ That Almost Wasn’t, But Then Was
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As talented of a team you have that helps you with these Im sure it could be done. What’s even more baffling they had thruster efx for the shots of the tie chasing Biggs in the SE. Also the efx of the thrusters are there when Wedge takes out the fighter after Luke. A bit faded but it’s there. You’d figure as close and we follow the tie for that couple seconds it would’ve been a no brainier for ILM. Something that always look weird to me lol.