Where are the Fanedits?
Many visitors to Fanedit.org are looking for fanedits. Right up front, it should be known that Fanedit.org does NOT host files. We are primarily a fanedit news and reviews site, fanedit database and discussion board.
Fanedits are made available by the faneditor. How they make their edits available is up to them. Before asking in the forum or PMing the faneditor were an edit can be found, here are a few places you can try: torrent sites, digital lockers, usenet and fanedit.info (no relation to Fanedit.org). You can usually find what you're looking for if you take a few minutes to look. Be aware that you use these sites at your own risk. Fanedit.org does not support or condone piracy, or downloading anything to which you do not have the right to.
When trying to register I'm getting a message that says "Registration denied, this forum runs an active policy of not allowing spammers. Please contact us via the "Contact Us" page link if you believe this is in error." What's that all about?
Fanedit.org strives to keep spammers off the site. On average we have 20-30 attempts on a given day. We are subscribed to a huge database of known spammers. This database includes IP addresses, usernames and e-mail addresses. If you are getting this error in most cases it's because the username you are attempting to register with is blocked. Try a different name. If you're still getting this message then contact us.
I'm getting the message "You have chosen not to accept the forum rules, so registration cannot continue." What's this all about?
Make sure to click the "I have read, and agree to abide by the FanEdit Forums rules" checkbox at the bottom of the registration page.
Where are the links?
Fanedit.org does not host links, but you might be able to find them on fanedit.info.
What is the password?
The password is always included on the fanedit page, usually above or below the links. The two most common passwords are "fanedit.org" and "fanedited.com". If it isn't, you can file a request in the forum
(you need to be registered and logged in) or send a staff member
How can I unpack this or that?
and read. If the answer to your specific problem is not written there, use Google. If you still find no answer, send a staff member
an email. Do not post a comment about an unpacking issue. We will delete all kinds of these comments directly.
How can I register to fanedit.org?
What to do with the downloads (DVD, AVI, MP4, burning a DVD, etc)?
Find help here
Say it nicely or shut up. That is the basic rule on the entire fanedit network. We do not tolerate any kind of trolling or flaming and will ban users and their IP address who violate this rule.
Ratings have to be fair and should go alongside with a comment explaining how you came to such a score. We consider any rating below 5 stars without a comment as bad behavior. These will be deleted and the one giving them will be warned, and in repeating cases, BANNED.
Ratings 5 stars and lower REQUIRE
clear and detailed explanations of the reasoning for such a low score because ratings lower than 5 call into question the quality of the edit. Use the rating and comment feature(s) for your fair and appropriate opinion.
Don't ask for download links for complete fanedits. Don't post download links to complete fanedits.
Clarification on the fanedits:
A TRUE FANEDIT
is an alteration of a movie, TV show or film that is significantly different to the original version.
An EXTENDED EDITION
keeps the original movie intact but adds additional scenes to it where fitting. If the additions require a few movie alterations for plot reasons, it still counts as an extended edition, for example if an alternate ending replaces the original one.
A SPECIAL EDITION
contains material that has never had any sort of commercial release on any format. It is often behind-the-scenes footage, making of or other documentary footage pertaining to films. Special movie editions are significant alterations of the overall image quality or present a significantly different audio track, while the overall movie stays intact.