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Every episode at once
Joe Dredd
Here's an interesting video that shows the first ten minutes of every episode...at the same time:

Click!

It becomes a cacophony once the episodes start in earnest, but it's interesting to see where the theme music diverges, when the titles come in, which episodes start sooner than others, etc.
 
briggsy1
A schizophrenic's dream. I had to turn off after a few second because I was suffering from info overload.
 
Spaceship Dispatcher
Travisina wrote:

...fascinating to see what people get up to in their spare time Wink

You mean people who seem to have too much of it? Grin
Reversing the polarity of the neutron flow. I bet that means something. It sounds great.

Blake's 7: Trojan Horse (s4 fanfic) - Blake's 7: Through the Needle's Eye (s2 fanfic)

Spaceship Dispatcher's fanfic site
 
Travisina
Kind of interesting, in an art-installation sort of way. You can't actually watch or listen to it (I muted the sound once the episodes began, and gave up on the rest after a couple of minutes) but I can imagine it playing on monitors in the background during a large convention (eg Worldcon).

Thanks for the link, Joe - fascinating to see what people get up to in their spare time Wink
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
Joe Dredd
briggsy1 wrote:

A schizophrenic's dream. I had to turn off after a few second because I was suffering from info overload.


B-b-b-blipverts!
 
Wolfwoman
Interesting, watching the evolution of the characters, and by the characters I mean Avon.
 
sweevo
Reminds me of when I had to edit the camera angles for a short video - I had all 16 angles at once and the result was quite headache-inducing.
 
mrsbookmark
That was crazy. Did weird things to my brain.
 
Anniew
That was a blast. Two voices, Blake's and Avon's, clear through the cacophony. Eyes get drawn to certain episodes. Rumour is distinctive. Sound track quite disturbing at times ( screams/groans) and some on screen images surprisingly graphic. Visually it looks interesting and not really dated. Comes over as adult and reflective. Fascinating. Thanks TT.
Just because I can't sing doesn't mean I won't.
 
Travisina
sweevo wrote:

Reminds me of when I had to edit the camera angles for a short video - I had all 16 angles at once and the result was quite headache-inducing.

... which is why whenever I do multi-camera editing, I look at each clip separately and edit them as if it were a single-camera shoot. The edits work better that way, anyway - there should be a one or two frame overlap in the action in order for it to appear smooth ('the magic two frames', as taught to me by a BAFTA-winning editor).
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