Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

Discussion in 'Fan Productions' started by TK421, Dec 13, 2008.

  1. lennier1

    lennier1 Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    It was all just a dream!
    The final act is simply kept under wraps because they want to spare us from having to watch Dennis' shower scene. ;)
     
  2. scifib5st

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    Humm, that makes sence. I think it will remain unfinnished until HBO's Newsroom does a story on the missing "18 minute Gap, aka the last chapter!!! :rofl:
     
  3. doubleohfive

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    Nah, it'd only work if Pam woke up to find Garrovick in the shower.

    PAM: I thought you were dead!

    GARROVICK: Grimmer!
     
  4. xortex

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    What if she finds a Tressaurian in the shower... with Garrovick?
     
  5. Linnear

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    I so want to see this episode concluded. WHATEVER it is they should get it out. I would even help finish it because I have such respect for what they did.
     
  6. MikeH92467

    MikeH92467 Vice Admiral Admiral

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    I think any of us who have certain talents would be happy to help. The problem is that getting more people involved, no matter how talented, would mean some amount of rebooting. It sounds to me like Maurice is the right guy for the job and as someone once noted, the more hands, the slower the mixing. :)
     
  7. xortex

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    That sounds like you're dog talking.

    Shnell!Shnell! De mas das shixan!!
     
  8. Maurice

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    In this case another pair of hands would be helpful, but they have to be the right hands in terms of tools, experience and outlook.
     
  9. MikeH92467

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    And I've found that for certain jobs there's no substitute for being able to work together in real time in real space at the same location. Your mileage may vary, but in my experience things can be resolved in seconds when you're working shoulder to shoulder with someone can take hours or even days when you're working long distance.
     
  10. doubleohfive

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    Yeah, well that's just the nature of the beast when working across long distances sometimes. :shrug:
     
  11. DestinyCaptain

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    I used to make sandwiches for a living...No? Okay.... :(
     
  12. MikeH92467

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    Not much you can do once you're in up to your neck. It's just something that should be considered and accounted for in post-production.
     
  13. Psion

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    Are we there yet?
     
  14. Kagan

    Kagan Commodore Commodore

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    Almost....Hey!
    Look! Squirrell!!!

    (Maybe that will keep Psion occupied for a little while longer.)
     
  15. infullview

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    Been a while since that last time I visited this board. I see not too much has changed :)
    As with all fans of Exeter, I am grateful for what we have now and hope some day to see the completed version. Will check back in in another year or so and hope for the best.

    Thanks to all of you who have contributed and continue efforts to complete this work.
     
  16. Potemkin_Prod

    Potemkin_Prod Commodore Commodore

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    I hope you're right. I for one have simply accepted the situation for what it is: it'll be done when it's done. And I'm okay with that.
     
  17. Admiral Buzzkill

    Admiral Buzzkill Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    If it were not for the option and ability to put these things together long distance across the Internet, neither the second Exeter episode nor a great many other of these film projects would exist as they do at all.
     
  18. Captain Atkin

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    Is there anything left to still film (in Austin?) for this project, or is all the filming finished?
     
  19. MikeH92467

    MikeH92467 Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Quite true. Our modest audio drama certainly would not be possible without the ability to work long distance. It's just that the Internet gives with one hand and takes with the other and that's what I mean when I say it should be taken into account.
     
  20. Linnear

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    Have to agree. So much is done online these days.

    Alec
     

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