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Matrix :: Rebirth :: THE "LONG-LOST" UNIGMA CUT
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I'm trying to look for the following fanedit, if anyone has this please can u help

Matrix :: Rebirth :: THE "LONG-LOST" UNIGMA CUT
AuthorAllenSmitheeDate26-Oct-2009, 9:12 AM
Matrix :: Rebirth :: THE "LONG-LOST" UNIGMA CUT


Essential information about the fanedit:

Category of the fanedit: true fanedit
Tagline: Sometimes you will born twice!
Original movie title: The Matrix
Fanedit movie title: Matrix :: Rebirth :: THE UNIGMA CUT
Production company name: Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow Pictures
Fanedit crew name: UNIGMA Team
Fanedit crew members: 3 persons
Original release date: 31.03.99
Fanedit release date: 24.04.00 (VHS-Tape-Version)
Fanedit re-release date: 22.10.09 (DVD-, Xvid- & H264-Versions)
Original runtime: 02:10:44:000 (PAL)
Fanedit runtime: 01:56:57:000 (PAL)

Total running time of cutted / added / extended footage:

cutted: approx. 00:13:47 minutes (PAL)
added: approx. 00:00:00 minutes (PAL)
extended: approx. 00:00:00 minutes (PAL)
Detailed cutting report available (like at www schnittberichte com / www movie-consorship com): yes, available
Detailed cutting report link: here; pdf-format; PW as usual
Time period for fanedit pre-production (conceptuals, etc.): 4 months
Time period for fanedit production (fanedit realisation itself, etc.): 4 weeks
Time period for fanedit post-production (cover-arts, etc.): 1 week

Personal information about the faneditor's intention & achievement:

Matrix ONE is interpreted in many ways and there is still not THE INTERPRETATION itself. Every viewer comes to his own personal interpretation, based on personal experiences or the context-sensitive audio-visual movie content. This prologue is about the fanedit's intention and should represent no interpretation of the movie content itself, but consider the structure of the movie as such, as it was originally intended by the creators. The main problem with the Matrix Trilogy was the executive producer Joel Silver. He is known for action-packed mainstream productions. The production of matrix TWO and THREE depended on the commercial success of Matrix ONE. If matrix ONE was not successful, the movie still had to function as a stand-alone movie.

Due to the significant influence of Joel Silver on the complete production of the Matrix trilogy, the trilogy could not unfold its story how it was planned in the initial treatments and screenplays from the years 1996-2000. That Matrix One functions better as a classic exposition, the complete plot with Cypher and his betrayal at the end of the movie were removed, this plot makes more sense in the stand-alone version of the movie. The resistance and disbelief at Morpheus are better developed in part TWO and THREE. Matrix One now sets the focus on finding NEO, his training and the believe in hisself. Matrix One is now the start to a magnificent science fiction trilogy with a timeless complex topic.

Personal information about the faneditor's technical equipment:

Hardware equipment:
2x Intel Xeon QuadCore E5320 @ 2.44GHz; 4GB FB-Dimm 553 MHz ECC; Buffalo Terastation Pro II 2TB SATA-II RAID 10; Radeon X1650; Matrox TripleHead2Go digital edition; 3x Belinea TFT 2225S1W

Software equipment for:
a) pre-production: Celtx; StoryBook
b) production: VLC Media Player; Media Player Classic; SmartRipper; DGMPGdec; VFAPIConvEN; VirtualDub (incl. MPEG- & AC3-plugin); VirtualDubMod; TMPGEnc; HeadAC3he; Adobe Premiere Pro CS3, Adobe After Effects CS3; WAV to AC3 Encoder; Avidemux; EditStudio; BeSweet; Gspot; eAC3to; bbmpg; AviSynth; MeGUI; VOB2MPG; ffdshow; WinFF; many codecs
c) post-production: AutoGK; Xvid4PSP; SUPER; Avi2DVD; Handbrake; DVD Flick; DVDforger; DVD-lab Pro; True BoxShot; Imandix Cover Pro; Adobe Photoshop CS3; Adobe Illustrator CS3; Nero Burning ROM SE; 7-Zip
Faneditor's homepage: coming soon
My upcoming projects: Matrix :: Reloaded :: THE UNIGMA CUT & Matrix :: Revolutions :: THE UNIGMA CUT, as it was originally intended!

Technical details about the fanedit (DVD-Format):

Aspect ratio: 2.35:1 (16:9) anamorphic
Sound: AC3 5.1; 48000Hz, 384kb/s
Codec: MPEG 2; 4751kb/s
Dimensions: 720x576
Language: english
Subtitles: none
TV-System: NTSC (23.976fps) / PAL (25.000fps) both available
Frames per second: 23.976fps / 25.000fps both available
Progressive/interlaced: Progressive
Static menues: yes
Animated Menues: no
Scene Selection: yes
Extras: Prologue, Deleted Scenes
DVD-ROM Extras: Covers, Detailed Cutting Report
Total Size: 4.7GB
Number of discs: 1

Technical details about the fanedit (AVI-Format):

Aspect ratio: 2.35:1 (16:9) anamorphic
Sound: AC3 5.1; 48000Hz; 384kb/s
Codec: Xvid; 560kb/s
Dimensions: 720x424
Language: english
Subtitles: none
TV-System: NTSC (23.976fps) / PAL (25.000fps) both available
Frames per second: 23.976fps / 25.000fps both available
Progressive/interlaced: Progressive
Total Size: 800MB
Number of discs: 1

Technical details about the fanedit (MP4-Format):

Aspect ratio: 2.35:1 (16:9) anamorphic
Sound: AAC 5.1; 48000Hz; 384kb/s
Codec: H264; 560kb/s
Dimensions: 720x424
Language: english
Subtitles: none
TV-System: NTSC (23.976fps) / PAL (25.000fps) both available
Frames per second: 23.976fps / 25.000fps both available
Progressive/interlaced: Progressive
Total Size: 800MB
Number of discs: 1


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