Garylisk wrote:I also had a question concerning two of my videos, mainly my Sailor Moon S video, "Luna in Love", and also my Excel Saga vid "Excel in the Brain"
Both of these videos were made using fansub tapes, so the quality not not as good as if they had been made using DVD quality. Now, I have been buying the excel Saga DVD's as they have been coming out, so I'll be able to remake the Excel video soon and upload the DVD footage version and not even worry about the VHS version... so it doesn't really apply.. but my SMS video, I don't know when I'll be buying myself the Sailor Moon Movies Box Set... Maybe not for a while. Now, would you suggest I just hold off on uploading it until I've remade it using DVD footage? Or would you suggest that I upload the current video, and once I remake it, tighten the synch, and use all DVD footage, could I ask you to delete it and then let me make a new entry for the DVD footage version of it? I know you said asking for a delete should be rare if at all, and that you don't want someone uploading a ton of versions of their videos, but if it's a situation like this where I have a video I am already very proud of, and want to, sometime in the future, improve it's visual quality, would that be an acceptable reason to ask for a delete and then make a new entry? And on the subject of not asking for a delete too often, this would be the only time I would ask anyway
That's about all I have to ask about in this particular thread. I'll have another question in the donations guidelines thread though. Expect a good sized pledge from me soon 8)
Phade wrote:Hey hackerzc,
Thing is, if I give very exact guidelines, then there are some creators out there that will push those guidelines to the very edge, just because. What it boils down to is this:
If you think you have a video that might be trouble, you can either a) send the video to me first and I'll let you know if it is acceptable or not or b) you can upload the video and take the chance of having all your videos removed when I get around to checking the video (yes, I will be checking every video that gets uploaded)
(oh, and just so you know, "flipping the bird" is highly likely to be ok. I mean, it's in my own "Material Girl" video... )
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