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poppasketti

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#1361041
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant
Time

jarbear said:

Hal 9000 said:

Would it be possible for them to abruptly break apart, sort of like how a TIE in TFA breaks from chasing POE right after he enters the rip in the thermal oscillator? Like there’s no point going straight anymore since their prey is totally gone?

Yes! Please do this! We only need to see them quickly and not all of them.

Probably needs some tweaks, but something like this?
https://vimeo.com/435633035
pw: fanedit

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#1361034
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant
Time

Burbin said:

It could refer to Poe altering or skipping proper lightspeed calculations causing the Falcon to be damaged on the jump to hyperspace. Either way it’s just nebulous technobabble without the actual skipping scene.

FWIW, this is how it would read to me too. Poe is about to do something crazy to escape, Chewy reacts to it, the Falcon bursts through an ice wall into hyperspace. It seems like that would be enough to damage the Falcon and justify an argument with Rey about it. The “skipping” part would just sound like random technobabble to me.

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#1361000
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant
Time

Movies Remastered said:

Great job Dude, Not sure if you noticed but there is a large clone dot on Poes fringe in the 1st and second frame.

Are you talking about the round lighting panel in the room behind the falcon cockpit? In any case, I took another look and made a small adjustment anyway, because anytime I look at a shot I want to make a change!

Hal 9000 said:

If poppasketti wishes to share the clip, he showed me something he did to show the TIEs continue along their trajectory without jumping to lightspeed. However, that would fit into an Option A scenario.

Sure thing! This came about because I had some free time yesterday while there was conversation here about having the ties break off from the Falcon chase after it jumps to hyperspace.

https://vimeo.com/435633035
pw: fanedit

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#1360988
Topic
Just Rey
Time

No worries at all! People use many different methods to share shots here. I tend to use vimeo to share work-in-progress, and then when it’s done vimeo allows you to make the clip downloadable, which puts a download button next to the player (and if you click “Original” when downloading it be the exact file uploaded, so in my case prores files). I also use google drive, which seems to be more and more popular here. It’s nice because, like vimeo, allows you to share file and uses youtube’s player if you don’t want to download!

Edit: Agree with liambrazier about password-protection, that’s one of the things I like about vimeo!

Post
#1360940
Topic
Just Rey
Time

Hey Flash Sideways!

Yes, I posted the vimeo clip above. I had the exact same idea, and while searching for “Just Rey” I found your clip! I think I even sent you a youtube PM about it a while back, asking if we could use it here, but I ended up just doing it anyway for fun (had a lot of time in lockdown). Your tutorial gave me some ideas for the tracking and I think the end results were similar. Your work is great, and it’s always fantastic to see under the hood!

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#1360670
Topic
The Rise of Skywalker: Ascendant
Time

I like option B as well! The dialogue feels more complete that way, and as others have mentioned, things that happen off-camera get referenced all of the time in Star Wars.

I also like the banter between characters; imo, it’s part of what makes the ST feel more like the OT than the stilted dialogue of the prequels. I’m not sure I understand what’s wrong with Finn’s “Always” line? To me, he’s showing some personality and establishing that these characters have spent some time together between movies. It seems like pretty economical story-telling.