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marioxb

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#1292695
Topic
Chronological Marvel (No Spiderman Spoilers, Yes Endgame Spoilers)
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SparkySywer said:

Lesser said:

If you want the chronology to be as accurate as possible, I suggest that you take a look at this detailed timeline that dozens of people have put together:

https://www.thecomicboard.com/threads/marvel-cinematic-universe-timeline-continued.14631/

All of the canonical tv shows are also in place on this timeline that you’ll have to ignore (unless you want a 500+ hour fan edit) since you’re just focusing on the movies.

I’ve actually been looking for something like that, because I’m not a Marvel expert. Thanks!

I noticed you put Iron Man in 2010 and separated Iron Man 2, Thor, and The Incredible Hulk, whereas those three movies are usually put in the same week titled “Fury’s Big Week” according to other material. … The specifics porbably won’t matter to this fan edit unless you wanted to display the year on screen upon changing.

I do plan on showing the dates. My friend actually told me about Fury’s Big Week, although he wasn’t super specific (sorry if you’re reading this) and so I opted to put it in the order it’s in. There’s some other statement by the people who worked on the MCU I read back in 2015 or something that unless otherwise noted, the movies take place the year they come out. Obviously you can’t take that too seriously, Iron Man 2 and Thor are supposed to take place close together in time, they both came out in 2010 and 2011, yet Iron Man 2 takes place 6 months after 2008’s Iron Man 1. However, I tried following that rule where it made sense.

Obviously though if people are coming into the thread and pointing it out, Iron Man 2 and Thor taking place in the same week is probably pretty commonly accepted. I’ll fix that.

Me and my friends actually skipped Incredible Hulk while rewatching it, so I haven’t put it in yet.

So it’s been confirmed in the movies that Iron Man 1 takes place in 2008 (Happy: “I’ve been holding this ring since 2008” in Spider-Man Homecoming). Iron Man 2, Thor and Incredible Hulk comprise “Fury’s Big Week” in 2011. The beginning of IM2 starts in 2008, then, while Vanko is building his Whiplash armor, it goes from 2008 to the end of 2010. Some of this was retconned to become this way of course. The “Six Months Later” now is “Six Months Later” after it’s already been some time later. You can read all about this on the comicboard.com site referenced above, and the original thread it was continued from due to the tragic passing of the original poster. But the gist of it is as follows:

2008
May 25
Iron Man Chapter 15: “Underpowered” (1:53:22 - 1:57:07)
Iron Man 2 Chapter 1: “Across the Globe” (0:00:00 - 0:02:56)

May 26
Iron Man Chapter 15: “Underpowered” (2:05:03 - 2:05:38) (Nick Fury scene)

??? (sometime in 2008-2010)
Iron Man 2 Chapter 1: “Across the Globe” (0:02:57 - 0:04:30)

2010
November
Iron Man 2 Chapter 1: “Across the Globe” (0:04:31 - 0:05:03)

(Six Months Later)

2011
May 25
Iron Man 2 Chapter 2: “Stark Expo” (0:05:04 - 0:11:06)
etc.

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#1289014
Topic
Chronological Marvel (No Spiderman Spoilers, Yes Endgame Spoilers)
Time

I made a four hour chronological edit of Captain America/ Marvel through Ant Man and the Wasp. Basically everything except Infinity War, End Game and Far From Home. After watching End Game, there’s a few things I’d want to change/ include, including replacing the bootleg Captain Marvel footage with DVD footage (yeah, it’s DVD quality, which is good enough for me). I’d like to share it with you, as well as see what your is like.

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#1278017
Topic
STAR WARS: EP IV 2004 <strong>REVISITED</strong> ADYWAN *<em>720p HD VERSION NOW IN PRODUCTION</em>
Time

DZ-330 said:

I put this together a while back but forgot to post it, just came across it on my PC again and thought I would share.

I really liked the additions of “The Emperor’s Theme” and “The Imperial March” to ANH:R and found myself missing the added music when listening to the official soundtrack, so I used Adywan’s isolated music score for ANH:R to create the soundtrack for the Revisited version. I cut the isolated music into tracks that match the official soundtrack (except having the added music of course).

If anyone is interested let me know and I would be happy to share.

Fingers-crossed that some of the added music stays for “ANH:R HD”!

Revisited Soundtrack

Sure, I wouldn’t mind a copy. Thanks!

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#1278016
Topic
Stephen King's IT (1990) - Original two-part version! [RELEASED]
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SpookyDollhouse said:

marioxb said:

Hey, TheHutt, something I haven’t noticed before, any reason why the movie is window boxed, shouldn’t it take up a full 4x3 monitor on my PC? Also, the end credits for both parts are “jumpy/ interlacey” was the original laser disc like that?

it’s window-boxed because 16x9 televisions are the norm

it’s 4:3 picture in a 1:78.1 container

Yeah, I just thought it would have the bars only on the sides, not top and bottom.

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#1272257
Topic
STAR WARS: EP IV 2004 <strong>REVISITED</strong> ADYWAN *<em>720p HD VERSION NOW IN PRODUCTION</em>
Time

ray_afraid said:

marioxb said:

I’m glad that I don’t have an ear for music.

Bizarre.

So I’m not as picky about it as some people. Like I said, I remember some of the tracks, but not all of them. Someone did an edit of Avengers where they used the character themes from the solo movies and I couldn’t tell what was different.

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#1269929
Topic
STAR WARS: EP IV 2004 <strong>REVISITED</strong> ADYWAN *<em>720p HD VERSION NOW IN PRODUCTION</em>
Time

I’m glad that I don’t have an ear for music. I remember the Imperial March, the main title theme, the cantina music and that’s about all. Oh and Luke’s theme (if that’s the one with the two suns). None of the music in Solo or Rouge One is memorable to me. I tend to remember vocal songs more, like Evenessence in the Daredevil movie. That track in Rouge One that someone linked a few posts ago doesn’t say Star Wars to me at all. I listened to it 5 min ago and already forgot it.

That being said, I’m for an alternate audio track that includes at least part of the Imperial March. I also want the battle droid from EP 1. I pretty much think the DVD version of ANH Revisited is already perfect and most likely don’t even want the HD version. DVD and HD/ 4K look exactly the same to me anyway. Gotta love bad eyesight and partial colorblindness.

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#1269921
Topic
Stephen King's IT (1990) - Original two-part version! [RELEASED]
Time

smoothcrust said:

Is this the original uncut version? that only ever saw the light of day on ABC twice? before they edited the opening, can some please PM me the download link?

Not really sure what you mean. I didn’t know of any TV only edits, only the edits to combine them for DVD and Blu Ray releases, as well as the fake widescreen cropping for DVD. The missing footage was taken from laser disc.

PM sent to you and Moiisty. I take it that The Hutt dropped off of the face of the Earth?

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#1268486
Topic
STAR WARS: EP IV 2004 <strong>REVISITED</strong> ADYWAN *<em>720p HD VERSION NOW IN PRODUCTION</em>
Time

Lucky me, I have bad eyesight, so I cannot tell the difference between SD/HD/4K footage (except on cable/ satellite, where it seems like they use footage of lesser than DVD quality), so if I don’t like the old version, I can watch the DVD version. I’m of those that like the PT and ST, so the more continuity, the better.

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#1254623
Topic
Original Theatrical Version - Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back (!)
Time

nekrokhrist said:

I own the original theatrical cut on both VHS and LaserDisc. I will be doing my own preservation of it as soon as I get my new capture card. While an HD restoration would not be possible because no large versions of the non-GCI frames exist, I will at least attempt to preserve it up to a Progressive DVD format (MPEG-2 DVD, 23.976fps Progressive)

Here are all the versions I own and will use:
• Japan Theatrical LaserDisc, ShoPro (main source)
• Japan Theatrical VHS, ShoPro (may be required to fill the Side A > Side B transition on LaserDisc)
• Japan Kanzenban VHS (TV Tokyo print with Ash’s Journey intro), ShoPro (reference only)
• Japan Kanzenban DVD (DVD print without AJ intro), ShoPro (for Japanese DD 5.1 track, Japanese DD 2.0 track, and reference)
• US DVD, Warner Bros. (for reference and for English audio & subtitles)
• Japan Blu-Ray from Pikachu The Movie Premium Box Set, ShoPro (may use Dolby TrueHD 5.1 track)
• 2016 US Blu-Ray, Viz Media (Cartoon Network remaster, English audio contains fixed errors such as wrong Pokemon names, may use audio as a bonus)
• Ryuu-Rogue fansubs (for Japanese audio)

SOFTWARE:
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
Adobe After Effects CS6
Handbrake
Subtitle Edit
USEac3To

EQUIPMENT:
Realistic MD-1000 Multi-Disc Player (LaserDisc/CD-Video/CD-Digital Audio)
Funai SV2000 DVD Recorder
Windows 10 Pro
8GB DDR3 RAM
ASUS GTX570 DirectCU II Graphics Card (1280MB GDDR5)

Have you ever done this? I’d be interested in seeing it.

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#1251092
Topic
Revenge Of The Cut - Fan edit of Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith
Time

The Cutter said:

It remains one :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GvpT_7BMAc

As I said, I have to restart from scratch.
I will share some content soon.

Hey man, awesome stuff! Back when you first started this topic, I downloaded all of your YouTube clips. Just in case you don’t have them anymore, I PM’d you with links to mediafire uploads I made of all of them. Look forward to your version of Revenge of the Sith one day to fit alongside the Revisted project of the OT!