- Member: Kai Stromler
- Studio: Shin Hatsubai/Kuroi Kenshi
- Title: in to you (Demo 2 take 4!)
- Premiered: 2002-01-26
- Adema Giving In
- 801 T.T.S. Airbats (OAV)
- All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (OAV)
- Black Heaven
- Blue Green Years
- Boy Who Saw The Wind, The
- Child's Toy (Kodomo no Omocha / Kodocha)
- Descendants of Darkness
- Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure
- FLCL (Fooly Cooly)
- Fruits Basket
- Fushigi Yuugi
- Hajime No Ippo
- Hikaru no Go
- His and Her Circumstances (Kare Kano)
- Hunter X Hunter
- Iketeru Futari (Cool Couple) (TV)
- Magical Nyan Nyan Taruto
- Midnight Panther
- Now and Then, Here and There (Ima Soko ni Iru Boku)
- Pilot Candidate (Candidate for Goddess)
- Rurouni Kenshin (TV)
- Shaman King
- Slam Dunk
- Steel Angel Kurumi
- Tales of Eternia
Shin Hatsubai catalog #27 was the video in the final (#7) sell-spot in the 2002 spring demo, and in most parts matches up well with the In Flames vid from the same demo. Again, all 31 titles are used, with the first real repeat being just over halfway through (there is a double-up and a joke reuse earlier). Aside from a few rough spots and the perennial challenge of fading between 4Mbps and 2 Mbps clips (someday I will fix that), this goes pretty well, and the feel is definitely there for most of it.
As might be suspected from the comments on video #26, this video also changed songs in the process of making the demo. It was originally intended to use The Dreamside's "Mirror Moon", but was replaced with the current song fairly early on. This song was re-done to Yumede Aetara as video #35, despite my general distaste for repeating music, for most of the same reasons as appear in the note on "The Wicker Man".
Shin Hats Self-Grade: B+.
Stats: #clips: 92 (66 unique). avg length: 2.55 sec. total time: 74 hours.
As part of the SH remasters project, this video got remastered from the original MPEG2 source and re-uploaded to mediafire. There are some additional notes about the song in relation to the vide here.
This video is now on local, despite being only tenuously an AMV. This is by request; someone asked for demo 3 to go on local, and there wasn't a convincing reason not to give demos 1 and 2 the same treatment.