And here we are, my edit of Day of the Moon, the first of two edits I intend to upload before the year is out, and there will be plenty more to come in 2017, I can assure you.
Aside from the changes you’ll have seen already in the sample, I cut out stuff pertaining to Canton being gone for “days” after being inside the prison (in reality, hanging out with The Doctor and chums) and ended the episode right after Canton and Nixon having the conversation about Canton’s choice of fiance.
I fully intend to get around to the first half of this story in a much more wibbly-wobbly way soon, and I may just make it the first edit of 2017. Stay tuned.
Well, it’s been a while since I posted a sample of anything, but I think this fits the bill
For fun, I’ve been trying to put together a more coherant, 33-minute trim of the second half of Doctor Who’s sixth series premiere, “Day of the Moon”, just to see if that ridiculous chase Canton embarks on for the first five or so minutes could be removed without mucking up the plot too much. I even framed the title sequence to begin as soon as the “previously ends” with Amy freaking out over shooting Melody
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This shall not be the last fanedit you see from me before the year’s out. Besides the full version of this, I also intend to post my edit of The God Complex
This is a step in a new direction for me…an attempt at the first of several audio-only edits of Doctor Who episodes. I’m mainly doing this so I can hopefully get my Short Trips anthology series approved on FE.Org as I have been running into persistent frame rate issues with the visual versions. This will serve as a test of my ability with the format.
Cut from the edit are things like The Doctor’s overrated Pandorica speech and the whole pre-credits montage of worlds and locations we’d seen in series five prior. Part Two begins immediately after The Doctor is imprisoned in the Pandorica, I also cut Amy saying “this is where it gets complicated” to her younger self. Apart from that, everything is the same.
A 33-minute trim of “A Good Man Goes To War” omitting River, the beheading of the fat marine, Rory’s message to the Cybermen, Amy’s talk of Melody’s father, and River’s poem