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  1. Closed: What is this I don't even. Aguirre-Sacasa is a...

    What is this I don't even.

    Aguirre-Sacasa is a great writer - his comics adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand is top notch stuff - but the idea of him and Francesco Francavilla (possibly my...
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    Closed: Frost is a very solid writer. I haven't read any...

    Frost is a very solid writer. I haven't read any of them, but his first novel The List of Seven (1993) was mostly very well received. (The sequel slightly less so.) It's a piece of the kind of retro...
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    Closed: I agree with that article in theory, but what it...

    I agree with that article in theory, but what it fails to mention is that no one cared one iota about Wonder Woman before Brian Azzarello changed the origin story, and now WW is universally accepted...
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    Closed: This is insane news. I've always been against a...

    This is insane news. I've always been against a revival because it never felt necessary, but since it's happening because Lynch and Frost really want to tell a new Twin Peaks story, I'm all for it. I...
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    Closed: Chrome for Android doesn't have Flash.

    Chrome for Android doesn't have Flash.
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    Closed: I watched a vimeo file just fine on Chrome for...

    I watched a vimeo file just fine on Chrome for Android (without Flash).
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    Closed: There are more elsewhere, though. The only two...

    There are more elsewhere, though. The only two (so far) Lost fanedits I've watched are Lost Chronology (which covered season 1 through 5 (without flashbacks), done in straighforward cinematic style)...
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    Closed: Still hilarious. Also, you can make your own...

    Still hilarious. Also, you can make your own travoltified name.
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    Closed: I'm a n00b, but you could still try what I tried?...

    I'm a n00b, but you could still try what I tried?

    1. Take a couple of snapshots from your deleted scenes video (using whatever; MPC-HC, for instance) and similar ones from the main feature.
    2....
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    Closed: If you're adventurous, I've been trying to do...

    If you're adventurous, I've been trying to do this with Avisynth this week (documented in THIS THREAD). The result is great, but it's not exactly a user-friendly process. You've been warned. :)
  11. Sticky: Looks like I have some reading to do! :) Thanks...

    Looks like I have some reading to do! :)
    Thanks so much for sharing your workflow. It looks massively useful!
  12. Sticky: I'm experimenting now with colour grading an...

    I'm experimenting now with colour grading an over-yellow and light (and slightly desaturated) clip to match the rest of the footage, and I found that a combination of Channel Mixer and Tweak did the...
  13. Sticky: Cool! I'm really interested in stealing more of...

    Cool! I'm really interested in stealing more of your workflow. :)

    Also, more specially, I'm really interested in good Avisynth colour correction tutorials. I've found a couple, but no good ones....
  14. Sticky: Thanks again for your wonderful guide, I can't...

    Thanks again for your wonderful guide, I can't praise it enough!

    Since audio is also a use case for your tutorial you should keep the guide as is when it comes FFmpegSource2. One function is...
  15. Sticky: I'm taking a stab at editing again, and I've used...

    I'm taking a stab at editing again, and I've used this guide religiously so far. Thanks so much!

    However, this particular step really gave me some headaches since the video suddenly was six...
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    Closed: Gaith, I disagree. I think the vinyl comparison...

    Gaith, I disagree. I think the vinyl comparison is useful and valid because people bring up the cost and complexity of the analogue work flow. But then there are also an increasing number of...
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    Closed: What's inevitable? That the world turns digital...

    What's inevitable? That the world turns digital is indeed inevitable (and has largely happened already), but the fact that quite a few photographers and hobbyists actually use wet plate collodion - a...
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    Closed: The only answer to the original question is...

    The only answer to the original question is pyLoad.

    It's open source, and completely free from spyware and adware (or even in-application ads, for that matter). It's also available as a command...
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    Sticky: Wow. Who knew the LOLcat font could look that...

    Wow. Who knew the LOLcat font could look that good (once you italicize and all cap it, that is).
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    Closed: This.

    This.
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    Closed: Couldn't agree more. War Games is, IMHO, so...

    Couldn't agree more. War Games is, IMHO, so terrible that (in hindsight) it seemed like a cry for help, and I can't help but feel that complaining about Morrison's Batman after that abomination is...
  22. Thread: 4k resolution

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    Closed: 4K will make a huge difference for huge TVs. I...

    4K will make a huge difference for huge TVs. I have a 40 inch Samsung 1080p TV, and at couch distance (in my case 3.5 metres) I'm pretty sure the rewards of 4K would be few. The difference between...
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    Closed: To me, the 5 years aspect only showed how...

    To me, the 5 years aspect only showed how impossible and ultimately fruitless the idea of completely unifying the DC universe over the course of 52 different titles really is. First of all, there...
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    Closed: Cool! Since I've been lucky enough to see...

    Cool! Since I've been lucky enough to see Eraserhead on the big screen several times in good 35mm prints, I'm actually more excited to see a bluray version of Lynch's first real film project The...
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    Closed: I meant people's hero in a more populist, down to...

    I meant people's hero in a more populist, down to earth way. A champion. Friend of the huddled, poor, etc. By starting there, Morrison enabled an actual arc for Superman that wasn't all about...
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