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Old August 13 2011, 06:14 AM   #31
doubleohfive
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Re: "Rare" Star Trek: Encarta Bridge Set Stills

Sorry to read about the postponement of the fifth Encarta and the other fan film. I do want to chime in (again) and say that your "Q-Who" remastering was far from a "blunder" as you put it. It was unpolished and needed some tweaking after the first cut, you know, like every other film that's ever been made.

That aside, I do hope you will be able to produce one (or both!) of these other projects soon.
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Old August 13 2011, 05:09 PM   #32
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Re: "Rare" Star Trek: Encarta Bridge Set Stills

It's more about hosting the file, such as youtube. I don't want my account deleted for hosting an entire episode.
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Old August 13 2011, 10:47 PM   #33
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Re: "Rare" Star Trek: Encarta Bridge Set Stills

What about Vimeo? Or perhaps just showcasing some of the fx sequences? I know I'd love to check it out.
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Old August 16 2011, 04:07 AM   #34
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Re: "Rare" Star Trek: Encarta Bridge Set Stills

There are a number of folks posting test FX sequences for WOK, TFF, and TOS. Moriarty here at the BBS is working on a long running project to do a version of The Doomsday Machine. His clips are just that, clips with a little text saying that Star trek belongs to CBS, Viacom, Paramount, Gulf-Western, Desilu or who the crap owns it this month. The Trek 5 project is quite kewl also. Again, Picard Alpha, there were a number of us that would like VERY MUCH to see what you did.
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Old August 16 2011, 04:27 AM   #35
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Re: "Rare" Star Trek: Encarta Bridge Set Stills

Picard Alpha wrote: View Post
It's more about hosting the file, such as youtube. I don't want my account deleted for hosting an entire episode.
Is setting up a "dummy" youtube account to host this film somehow out of the question? Worst case scenario, they tell you to take down your film/remove it themselves.
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