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Jekyll & Hyde

Before I talk about today's video, I just wanted to send a word of thanks to Rebecca over at Rebecca's World.  As I've mentioned before, I'm a huge fan of her site, so I'm overjoyed that she's taken the time to give me such a positive review.  For anyone who doesn't know her site, I highly recommend that you check it out. There are years' worth of quality captions there, among other work, links, etc.

Thanks again, Rebecca.

Now on to today's video.  It's a twist on the usual Jekyll & Hyde theme... and I'm sure you can see foresee the outcome.  This one is actually in English without the subtitles I've used in the last few. And yes, in case you're wondering, the voice-over narrator in the video really did come from the original movie like this.

I was able to add in a basic morph sequence too, which is something I rarely have the opportunity to do, given the source material.  It's not perfect, but I think it works alright here.

Jekyll & Hyde (click for video)
**CAUTION: Contains adult material**

Truly,
Wren

LilacWren

TG enthusiast; Video revisionist; TG fantasy writer.

10 comments:

  1. hey id lik to watch ur videos but cant unzip them can try not using RAR.

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    1. There are plenty of excellent freeware programs for extracting RAR files. My favorite is 7-Zip, but there's also IZarc, The Extractor, Quick Zip, and many others.

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  2. use jdownloader and it will download them and extract them for you when done

    nightmareman81

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  3. I use WinRar v 3.60 Beta 8 shareware version on my windows vista laptop .. and the extraction works as long as you start with all parts being in the same folder and you select part one as the part which is opened .. by it. Then select where to extract the movie to (i extract to desktop personally) Then it automatically finds the additional parts from same folder. If you have the files parts in different folders at start it will not extract the additional parts as it wont find them. -Monica

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  4. I have downloaded all your movies. But I seem to be having a bit of a problem. When I extract the files I end up with multiple copies of the same video. For instance, Jekyll&Hyde part 1 and 2 are both the same thing, and the same holds true for all the movies. Am I doing something wrong?

    Vixy_Lune

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    1. No, you're not doing anything wrong. Each of my movies is actually only one video file. However when I compress it into a RAR file, I split it across multiple RAR files due to size limits on MediaFire's end. So if you download all parts of the movie to the same folder on your computer, you only need to extract one of the files and it will automatically stitch all of the parts back together into one video file. So if you're extracting all of the RAR files separately, it would just be extracting all parts multiple times, which would just create multiple copies of the video files as you're experiencing.

      Sorry for the confusion.
      Wren

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    2. Ahh okies, thankyou :)

      Vixy_Lune

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  5. Hi there. I just discovered your blog. This is a fantastic video. I love the whole Jekyll and Hyde thing (as you might see in some of my own caps on my own blog).

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  6. what is the original video?

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    1. The original was just called Jekyll & Hyde too.

      Wren

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