Thank you Vej. I completely missed that I accidentally copied the wrong movie title for your track. But feel free to make suggestions on things. I'm gonna see how everything fits if I move your tracks. It too bad that the two really flowed well together.
Its starting to look unlikely that the MEP is gonna be ready by New Years Eve. And I feel that If I try to rush a final version, it gonna be full of errors and overlooked mistakes. I'm sorry everybody. I've been working 2 jobs since September, so I haven't been able to put in as much time in this as I needed to. And I've started to realize that Code was even more awesome than I thought. When organizing a MEP of this size, EVERYTHING takes hours to finish.
But anyway, for those of you that may have missed my PM, feel free to upload and announce your tracks. I know that a lot of you (including myself) sent your vids to cons already, so it only makes sense for you to release them in 2013 and be eligible for the VCAs. In the meantime, I'm going to continue working on premiering the MEP as soon as possible.
Hello everyone. I just finished the final beta of the Disney MEP. Everything is now done, and I'm releasing this beta to you all to make sure that there aren't any errors that I overlooked. If anyone sees any errors or have suggestions on something that needs to be changes, feel free to tell me. I'll give you all till Wednesday evening to submit any changes, and I'll start the final render that night.
hey guys, sorry i've been stand-offish with this project this time around. but i watched through this final beta and i just wanted to say how impressed i am with the improvement in tracks compared to the first project granted most of them are longer than i care for lol you all have improved so much as to i would have guessed different editors worked on the projects.
i'm givin' you... a pizza
EDIT: OH and i hope a lot of you will consider entering Anime Conji's contest
Great job everyone! All of the tracks look great, and I thoroughly enjoyed getting a chance to participate in this MEP tradition and collaborate with such a fun group of editors. And a giant pat on the back to Erik for taking over and all his hard work making sure the project got completed.
And on another note, I think that this is a good time to say that we should take at least a year off from additional Disney MEP. We've been doing this every summer for the past 4 years, so I think that this is a good stopping point (at least for now). This is also the first Disney MEP that doesn't have a preview of the next MEP in the credits.