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May 20, 2002 12:54 PM   Subscribe

Amateur DVD commentary. The site is a little rough around the edges, but it is a fascinating exercise in voracious fandom nonetheless. Roger Ebert is heralded as giving the idea to the masses [NYT article], but as always, there seems to be prior art. ;)
posted by pedantic (7 comments total)

 
Oh, and a brief look at the legal issues on LawMeme.
posted by pedantic at 1:00 PM on May 20, 2002


Ooh, sweet. Our previous discussion, btw, is here.
posted by muckster at 1:12 PM on May 20, 2002


Criminy. To think I researched it out and never found a MeFi discussion. *sigh* It was bound to happen. Consider me DeMeFi'ed.
posted by pedantic at 1:18 PM on May 20, 2002


Didn't mean to bust you on a double-post, pedantic. As far as I know, dvdtracks.com is new to MeFi, and I'm grateful you posted it. I just wanted to offer that link for anybody interested in the earlier discussion. No demefiization intended.
posted by muckster at 1:40 PM on May 20, 2002


hm... How do I not get any of the movie sound on my recording? Am I just supposed to know the movie so well I watch it with sound off, or do I use headphones? Or what?
posted by ODiV at 2:32 PM on May 20, 2002


The easiest way is probably to write it noting the timecode for each discussion point, record it in segments according to the timecode, then edit those segments together. In this case you wouldn't even be watching the movie when you recorded your commentary.
posted by kindall at 5:37 PM on May 20, 2002


Thanks fot that LawMeme link, pendantic.

The Lindows vs MS info, further down the page, was a rewarding discovery.
posted by HTuttle at 11:12 PM on May 20, 2002


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