I understand how not everyone would be a fan of the aspect switching, My wife and I watched it through as I made them and found for us it got less noticeable, but people can feel differently about that part of it. I like the widescreen for the majority of it so I chose not to alter that, you may feel free to alter it for yourself if you want to put in that amount of work. Thanks for noticing the audio transitions that took an awful lot of time to get right and found helped make the aspect change that little bit less jarring.
Over the quarantine period I took it upon myself to start a huge project. I loved the Blu Ray quality of the tv show Friends, but if I wanted to watch the Full show uncut I would have to just watch the uncut dvd versions. I thought if I put all the work in to blend them together now, I could get the best of both worlds for every re-watch here after. I didn’t think it would be too difficult but I felt like a Director and an editor at the same time as it went along. There were so many alterations that came down to my choice but I’m extremely proud of what I accomplished. One part to note is I got used to ignoring the multiple credits as I wanted to keep as much of the HD version as possible, and it does swith the aspect ratio from widescreen to full screen anytime the uncut footage was used.
Hi everyone and thanks for letting me join your group. It’s funny because I don’t mind star wars at all but that’s not actually why I’m here. I am a tv show collector and have been for the last 25 years, and like everyone on here the constant changes to them when they have been released has pushed me to restore episodes myself. Shows like Dawson’s Creek, Felicity and a few others. I respect and admire everyone’s projects they are working on, I know how long and how much effort is put into each one. Hoping I can contribute and possibly have some help in return, so that everyone can benefit together. Thanks, See you shortly in the restoration projects section.