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      There's a Fanedit I Want But Can't Find. What Should I Do?
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      I've Tried Contacting the Editor But He's Ignoring Me. Why?
      How did you word your PM? Were you polite? Have you made an effort on the forum? Most editors are friendly and willing to help you track down their edits but you have to be polite and show initiative on the forum. Don't be presumptuous and assume you're entitled to their edit. You're not. Don't PM them with something like, "I want to watch your edit. Where is it?" That's not polite and will most certainly ensure they ignore you.

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      NTSC, PAL, HD - Which Is Right For Me?
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      HD, or High Definition, produces a higher picture quality over NTSC and PAL. Whereas NTSC has a screen resolution of 720x480 (480i), HD starts at 1280x720 (720p) and goes up to 1920x1080 (1080p).

      Before downloading a DVD or Blu-Ray version be sure you have a disc burner capable of burning the appropriate disc. If you donít then stick with an MKV, MP4 or similar format.

      DLC? NZB? What Are They and How Do They Work?
      DLC and NZB are container files that contain encrypted links making downloading fanedits easier. DLC are used with digital lockers such as Mega and Rapidshare while NZB is used for usenet. If you want to download a fanedit using a DLC file youíll need a program like jDownloader to open the DLC. For NZB youíll need a program like SABnzbd.

      It should be noted that digital lockers are generally free while usenet requires a small investment for access. This is not a service Fanedit.org provides, so look in our forums for suggestions from its members.

      How Do I Download from a Digital Locker (Mega, Rapidshare, etc.)?
      Read this Guide.

      How Do I Download from Usenet?
      Read this Guide.

      I've Managed to Get a Fanedit. Now What?
      It all depends on what format you got. If it was an MKV, MP4 or some other similar format then you should be able to play it on your computer. A program we like is VLC and is available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

      If you downloaded a DVD or Blu-Ray disc then there is a little more work involved. Please read How to Burn a DVD/Blu-Ray (Windows / Mac).

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      The Academy Member Reject My Edit! What Should I Do?
      Their word outweighs yours, so if youíd like your edit listed in the Fanedit Database youíd do well to review their critique and make the necessary changes. They arenít trying to be malicious but are in fact trying to help you, so donít take it personally. Once youíve made the changes just resubmit your edit.

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