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Old 1st Apr 2010, 11:29 AM   #121
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1 hour + wait for video to convert and play...
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Old 1st Apr 2010, 12:16 PM   #122
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How fast do you want your free? LOL

Yeah, Vimeo has really bogged down lately, but I didn't want to post this on YouTube so it's going to be just a little while longer.

While we're waiting I'll just throw in that nothing in this is color-corrected or tweaked... this is raw test footage. The more important thing I'm trying to gauge here is the overall cadence and "feel" for the attack sequence. Looking forward to hearing your feedback...
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Old 1st Apr 2010, 12:26 PM   #123
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...aaaand it's up now.
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Old 1st Apr 2010, 12:31 PM   #124
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Not bad. Nice work on the music editing to add extra time.

I'd rather have the phasers blue, but that's just my taste.
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Old 1st Apr 2010, 12:46 PM   #125
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How fast do you want your free? LOL

Yeah, Vimeo has really bogged down lately, but I didn't want to post this on YouTube so it's going to be just a little while longer.

While we're waiting I'll just throw in that nothing in this is color-corrected or tweaked... this is raw test footage. The more important thing I'm trying to gauge here is the overall cadence and "feel" for the attack sequence. Looking forward to hearing your feedback...
Waited it out in the background and saw it. Very cool, Prof, very.

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Old 1st Apr 2010, 01:04 PM   #126
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Thank you. I think this is going to be one of those "you either love it or hate it" types of things, like my Empire Strikes Back tribute at the start of Act II. So far I've shown this to six of my Trekkie friends and have received about as many online comments, and no one has a lukewarm reaction to it... they either squeal like a delighted child or they ask me what drugs I was on when I conceived the entire sequence
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Old 1st Apr 2010, 02:01 PM   #127
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Thank you. I think this is going to be one of those "you either love it or hate it" types of things, like my Empire Strikes Back tribute at the start of Act II. So far I've shown this to six of my Trekkie friends and have received about as many online comments, and no one has a lukewarm reaction to it... they either squeal like a delighted child or they ask me what drugs I was on when I conceived the entire sequence
Trek does tend to have polarizing effect on its fans. The irony.

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Old 1st Apr 2010, 05:38 PM   #128
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Cant say I love it or hate it....think its pretty darned cool though And yeah, blue phasers
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Old 1st Apr 2010, 06:42 PM   #129
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Gotta add my voice to the blue phasers.

I like it but, well... it just seems awfully repetitive with the phaser hits. It reminds me more of TNG's nerf-phasers and to be honest kind of makes Sulu's "Direct hit" comment seem redundant. I'd have been fine with one good burst followed up with Sulu. Mind you, I'm pretty old-school, so I'm okay with the original effects.

That said, I think you're doing incredible work and that what you've produced here is superior to the remastered Trek.
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Old 1st Apr 2010, 07:53 PM   #130
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Hey, I can live with that. thanks!
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Old 2nd Apr 2010, 04:54 AM   #131
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I'd say that turned out very well!! ..but I think I'll have to agree that the phaser strikes do get a little repetitive after a while, though I'm not exactly sure there's an easy way to avoid that.
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Old 2nd Apr 2010, 07:15 AM   #132
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The repetition on the music is a bit obvious and a teeny bit annoying.

I think the sequence could be shortened up a bit and it would be fine. I like how you've got the light on the hull timed well with the phasers.
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Old 3rd Apr 2010, 05:38 AM   #133
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I cannot get to it. What happened?
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His post stated it would not be upped for very long.
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I must have missed that. Will it be on his site?
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No. It was just a quick peek to get some feedback. The final version will be online in the May/June timeframe. Thanks.
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I will have to hold out until then.
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TOS-era Cargo Management Unit, based on the original design by Andrew Probert. By the Star Trek: The Motion Picture era, this one-man craft will adopt a yellow-and-black paint scheme and be colloquially-known as the "Workbee".



Parked CMU vehicles will be seen in the hangar bay in the scenes when Decker steals a shuttlecraft, and CMUs in action with their attachment arms will be in the final scene of the episode, repairing the exterior of the battered Enterprise after her encounter with the Planet Killer.
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Old 21st Oct 2013, 10:43 AM   #139
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Looks good. Be one hell of an acrobatic contortion to get in and out of it though.
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I thought so too at first, so I made a mockup of the entry hatch area in my home office using boxes to simulate the "ledge" formed by the front of the hull where the headlights are (that's where the pilot steps in). The orange-and-blank instrument pod slides forward and hinges down on the x-axis flat against the cockpit floor (you can barely make out the hinge-and-track assembly in this camera angle), so all that the pilot has to do is step over the front entry hatch ledge (about 20" high) and over the instrument pod (which is only about 12" deep.). It would be like stepping over an office wastebin; easily doable.
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Old 21st Oct 2013, 01:33 PM   #141
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Ah, the panel folds down. That does make it much easier, yes.
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