Tidalwavex wrote:you expect me to do all this work (wich makes no sense to begin with because the liscensed december version cost a meager $10 bucks) & not have a physical DVD copy in my hand????????
Having this only on my computer is kinda lame-o. What If I wanted to watch this at my girl friends house or in the car when i'm driving those long distance rides. or take on the plane & watch. or anywhere in my house while lying down on the sofa with my girl friend eating snacks.
I have a better question: if you have a girlfriend, what the hell are you doing on Internet forums?
Tidalwavex wrote:no matter how great anyone's editting skills are, their still gonna look inferior to the liscensed version of the TF Prime movie that was released in december 2011.
Incorrect. First of all, don't assume that licensed copies of anything will be competently made. ADV was probably the worst offender in all of history when it came to not knowing what the hell they were doing; their Andromeda DVDs mixed interlaced with progressive footage seemingly at random, and their first batch of Evangelion DVDs were made by literally running their VHS tapes through a capture card. Secondly, anyone who actually knows what the hell they're doing should be able to produce an MPEG video stream that is visually indistinguishable from a competently encoded DVD, and possibly much better-looking than a poorly encoded one if you know what filters and quantization matrices are.
Tidalwavex wrote:Their is no way my printer programs could 100% match the label placed on the liscensed hasbro version that was released in december 2011.
Then don't put a label on it. Problem solved
Tidalwavex wrote:some of us value our time & could be doing far better things
Like shagging our girlfriends...
Tidalwavex wrote:than ripping off hasbro
You're not ripping them off if you buy the rights to watch Darkness Rising in your home. Buying Season 1 accomplishes that.
Tidalwavex wrote:From my quick calculations doing a KO of this TF Prime movie using the march 2011 season one TF Prime would require the following.
(1) buying the TF Prime season one in march. then putting this into your computer & sitting their for hours using re-edit programs.
No, the editing process would take about 2 and a half minutes. The real time-consumers would be installing the requisite software, learning how to use it, ripping the DVDs, creating D2V project files, writing AVIsynth scripts...
Okay, yeah. Point conceded. To be fair, though, this is the same suite of tools that you'll need if you ever decide to make a music video or similar nonsense
to put up on Youtube, so it's a solid investment.
Tidalwavex wrote:(2)using a blank DVD,That could cost anywhere from $2.00 to $.50 cents depending on how big the QUANTITY of blank DVD's you buy & where you buy it & what brand you buy.
Or bum one from a friend who has them.
Tidalwavex wrote:(3)using one of your printer labels to place on the blank dvd to make it look somewhat professional.
Or use a sharpie. Whatever floats your boat, man.
Tidalwavex wrote:(5)The december tf prime movie cost only $10,so doing all this hard work for only $10 is for someone else who isn't myself.
Okay, I'll do it for free. Would you like the DVD sent to your personal address or to a PO Box?