Wow, this took a really long freaking time. I'm sorry about that. Life has been so crazy this past year for me and I had no time to wrap this baby up until now.
So if you head over to the DOWNLOADS PAGE, you will see a digital copy along with brand-new DVD and Bluray ISO files! And I even created custom box art for both versions! The Bluray ISO is really awesome too...definitely worth the 13gb download. Both versions include the actual fan edit, along with interactive menus, scene selections, and a few special features. Here is a preview of the DVD Menu on YouTube.
The only bad news is that I was unable to create a 5.1 Surround version of this edit. Adobe Premiere Pro lost the Dolby Digital license, along with any easy or reasonable way to export a surround file that I am aware of. I tried rolling back my version of Premiere but it corrupted my project file, so unfortunately I am stuck. If something develops and I am able to export a 5.1 version of the edit, I will certainly let you all know.
AGAIN- please make sure you legally own Rogue One already before downloading this edit! Feel free to contact me for questions, comments, etc.
Thanks again for your patience, and May the Force be with You (I had to!).
It's May 4, and that means that Rogue One: The Battle of Scarif is now available for download! Again, please make sure that you already legally own a copy of Rogue One before downloading. This fan edit would not have been possible if it weren't for the actual film and all the people who worked hard to bring it to life.
There are two options available- torrent link and a direct download via MEGA. Remember, the torrent will go quicker as more people seed it! I may make additional options available soon, but the torrent and MEGA links should be enough for now. Visit the Downloads Page here.
The Battle of Scarif is just under 50 minutes long, making it a nice little companion piece to the original theatrical release. Alternatively, you could watch this right before A New Hope! The main point of this edit is to focus on the epic battle sequence from Rogue One, while also adding elements to make it fit in more with the other Star Wars films. This means, among other things:
Hopefully you enjoy this edit- AFTER you've made sure you own a copy of the original film, of course. And please leave comments or feedback!
Hi everyone! So I thought I was done with fanedits after making J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. Guess not! For my second fanedit, I’ve decided to make a version of Rogue One that revolves entirely around the Battle of Scarif. This was the most exciting sequence in the film by far, and I feel would make for an exciting short film.
In order to make The Battle of Scarif stand on its own (meaning you wouldn’t necessarily need to see all of Rogue One to understand what happens in this cut), I’m making the following edits and adjustments:
So there you go. If you’re in the mood to watch Rogue One but would rather skip the attempts at character development and Forest Whitaker’s pet tentacle monster, pull up Rogue One: The Battle of Scarif and jump straight to the ‘splosions. As with my Hobbit fanedit, The Battle of Scarif will be edited in HD with 5.1 surround sound to ensure the highest possible audio/visual quality. I'm already 80-90% finished with the edit, and will likely release it in the next few weeks. In the meantime, head over to the VIDEOS PAGE where I'll be uploading scene excerpts for your enjoyment. Thanks!