I don't share them because they're the highest quality available and I don't want people claiming credit for what I uploaded or making iOffer sets out of them. It turns out actualy (as I have recently discovered) that I am missing episode 50, but I have all the other episodes recorded.
CDCB2 wrote: I don't share them because they're the highest quality available and I don't want people claiming credit for what I uploaded or making iOffer sets out of them. It turns out actualy (as I have recently discovered) that I am missing episode 50, but I have all the other episodes recorded.
In all honesty, CDCB2, that doesn't make any sense. Selling officially licenced work like this in an iOffer set or claiming credit for it is a serious offense, possibly punishable by law.
Same reason I've been inactive before--mostly because I'm not as interested in the site and I haven't really seen much progress besides a few scarce posts the few times that I've visited as a guest recently. I might stop by and post a little if activity picks up.
3. "Save Oaky Oak Tree / The Duck Who Cried Wolf" and "On the Right Track / Itchy Situation" are missing. I unfortunately do not have the Playhouse Disney Asia recordings anymore except for one of them, but I have several from VHS recordings that date back to July 28, 2001.
4. Well, I was giving them to LoveRobin because she really needs the resources, not being an expert and all. I hope you understand when I say that I'd rather not give them out to very many people because I don't want any iOffer sets or anything made through my recordings, so I'm going to have to say no to you unfortunately. The offer was made to LoveRobin and I don't really want the people I give my episodes to sharing them. As much as I trust you and Chris, it's a precaution I have to take in order to ensure the safety of my recordings. However, as the show is coming back in a little over a week, you'll have plenty of time to record the episodes for yourself. :)
I understand. However, I have no methods of recording the show. So I do think you should try to reconsider this decision. There is something I am reconsidering as well. If I do get them, I WILL NOT share them with anyone. Not even Chris. Besides, PB&JFan is giving me and LoveRobin a download link to Oaky Oak Tree and The Duck that Cried Wolf. I'll trade ya that for Collectors Edition/Trading Places. I want that one so bad because it aired on my 10th birthday. My double-digit birthday! SO I REALLY NEED COLLECTORS EDITION AND TRADING PLACES.
I might already have someone else's recording of that episode, but ehhh what the heck. I'll give ya ep 55 (the one you asked for) anyway. It's up to you to decode the file though--probably going to need some special converter for it. If it doesn't work without my MAK (Media Access Key) then I don't know what to tell you. I'm not allowed to give out that key so there's really nothing else I can do.
Funny that it aired on your birthday though. I have a birthday episode too--Kid Court/A Frog Named Measles (ep 29)
Thanks! Email me the episode at firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you know if Pavtube is a good converter? And will it be in the quality of the Collector's Edition title card picture? I don't want it in the poopy VHS quality of that. By the way, I REALLY HATE IT WHEN YOU DON'T RESPOND TO ME QUICKLY! Please, respond to me quicker
Please try to be more mature when replying to me. It makes it look like a bunch of children are administrating the wiki which is not the message we are trying to send out. Using words like "poopy" to describe my VHSes is childish and not really a professional way to run the wiki. Thank you, and I appreciate your willingness to be more professional.
Anyway, Pavtube is indeed a good converter--actually the same one I use for getting the raw files so you should be very pleased with it. And the quality will be about the same as the Flick's Big Fakeout screenshots I uploaded, except my episode won't be logo-free.
And before you're tempted to ask, I'm not giving you my logo-free copy of Flick's Big Fakeout because I'm not allowed to. The site I got it from (no, I'm not even naming it) requires people to be members and I don't think I'm allowed to invite any more people. Thank you for understanding.
As for replying, I'm sorry Splouge, but you'll just have to deal with the speed at which I reply. I'm a very busy guy and I can't always reply immediately after you send a message. I'll try to reply within 24 hours, but I can't guarantee that will always be the case. Once again, thank you greatly for understanding.
I love Jelly Otter -- ha, thanks for the bit of nostalgia there. I still remember the early days in the summer of 2009... making the wiki, getting those PHD Asia recordings of Season 3, making the 100th article... good times indeed.
Splouge, I want to apologize if I came off harsh before. Had a bit of a rough day and I guess it came out here.
I'll try to answer your question but if I'm wrong I'll leave it to I love Jelly Otter to correct me. From what I understand, Shipsim is a community based off of (as the name implies) ship simulation where people can post on a forum and download a program that simulates ships. Beyond that I don't really know that much about the site.
Also, sometime this coming week I'll try to draft a set of guidelines for how certain articles (Song Pages, Episode Pages, etc.) should look since I've noticed a fair bit of inconsistency here. Everybody's welcome to post and edit as they are right now, but any edits are subject to change once I publicize the guidelines I'll be making. Gotta keep this wiki in tip top shape. :)
While your making that, should I try to keep people from posting on your message wall? That way, you can write it uninterrupted. And the replying time could be our time zones. I live in an Eastern Time Zone region