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24 May 2005 @ 08:32 pm
mmm animecon  
So this last weekend was our happy local animecon Otafest, it was awsome, no FMA episodes being shown this year, maybe next but i do want to say that a FMA AMV won first place, someone did I'm to Sexy by right said fred, i promise everyone to try and get a copy of it and someplace to host it. Random things bought, 2 FMA wall scrolls and a cd/dvd of all the opening and closings, and while watching them i dont remeber seeing some of the things in there, so i was just wondering firstly if any one knew if there were ever any form of 'extended' opening/closing.

And secondly how to rip from said DVD or create stills to throw together a few desktop wall papers since they have no credit text throughout any of them, and lastly how to rip a small section out of something out of a section of an mpeg and turn it into a animated jpeg for an Icon.
Marron Kuririn: Hagaren - Ed/Al - Shoulderkuririnchan on May 24th, 2005 08:01 pm (UTC)
The creator of the AMV posted a link in here just a few hours ago. :P

darkazriel on May 24th, 2005 09:12 pm (UTC)
Indeed I did. :) (Hey, another Calgarian!)
abalornabalorn on May 24th, 2005 09:14 pm (UTC)
Most of the time, where else would you want to live :D, i left a rant praising your video in the orginal topic so i'm not guna regergitate it here other than to say congratz and i loved it ^_^
corinn on May 25th, 2005 06:35 am (UTC)
What about us schmucks who can't DO Local downloads...? ;-;
Rappydappydappy McTappyraptorix on May 24th, 2005 08:27 pm (UTC)
I think they made all the opener and closers a tad longer than they were supposed to be. I noticed on my FMA DVD (the 2nd one cuz that's all I own) they offered textless openers and closers. The first closer had a tad more footage in it than they show in a normal episode... pretty nifty, but nothing extra-ordinary that you miss out on...

I suppose they took all these extended openers and closers that might've been on the Japanese DVDs (the Japanese put the entire series on DVD, right?) and just stuck 'em together.