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    Quote Originally Posted by Galaxy 9000 View Post
    Zou 10
    http://onepace.net/2017/03/03/zou-10/

    That finishes off the One Paced Zou arc.
    So compared to the material you started with how many minutes were trimmed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Long John Silvers Rayleigh View Post
    So compared to the material you started with how many minutes were trimmed?
    The runtime for One Paced Zou is 184.4 minutes.

    The runtime for Toei Zou was 597.91666666666666666666666666667 minutes.

    I excluded Episode 775 from the Toei calculation. Openings/recaps/previews are included in Toei's minute calculation.

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    wow, that's alot. let alone how toei paces conversation and panning shots it could be so much shorter.

    so those batches? aren't coming in march anymore? just Impel and dressrosa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcan View Post

    so those batches? aren't coming in march anymore? just Impel and dressrosa?
    Impel Down isn't on the schedule right now. I'll be doing Dressrosa throughout March.

    Those Baroque Works batches will come out at a later time. I don't feel like delaying Dressrosa for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galaxy 9000 View Post
    The runtime for One Paced Zou is 184.4 minutes.

    The runtime for Toei Zou was 597.91666666666666666666666666667 minutes.

    I excluded Episode 775 from the Toei calculation. Openings/recaps/previews are included in Toei's minute calculation.
    i don't think you should be counting easily skippable things, as most people don't sit through them every single episode so those are unwatched minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogunreaper View Post
    i don't think you should be counting easily skippable things, as most people don't sit through them every single episode so those are unwatched minutes.
    What people tend to skip is purely subjective.

    I won't be doing an overall recalculation because the recap length varies from episode to episode. The stat I gave was meant to be on total minutes saved overall in cuts. Skipping through stuff is still wasted time, overall.
    Last edited by Galaxy 9000; March 9th, 2017 at 11:21 PM.

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    So since the anime are going into a filler arc now. Are we going to get more dressarosa ?


    Really excited to see the final fights! I haven't watched it in the anime cuz I was waiting on your episodes releases since its way more enjoyable to watch. Thank your for your hard work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Op user 123 View Post
    So since the anime are going into a filler arc now. Are we going to get more dressarosa ?

    Yes, Dressrosa will be the focus until Chapter 824 is finished in the anime.

    Dressrosa 38
    http://onepace.net/2017/03/12/dressrosa-38/

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    maaan, this project is awesome, anime does feels more enjoyable without all that shitty pace.

    is there a plan B in case Toei comes all 'but muh copyright!!!' and tries to take down the site?? they may get pissed to find out someone is doing something better with their work








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    Quote Originally Posted by Monquito View Post
    maaan, this project is awesome, anime does feels more enjoyable without all that shitty pace.

    is there a plan B in case Toei comes all 'but muh copyright!!!' and tries to take down the site?? they may get pissed to find out someone is doing something better with their work
    Well, we've been around for 4 years without any major problems. We'd probably stop hosting the files on our website if anything major came our way.

    But it wouldn't stop us from working on it.

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    thanks guys, keep doing your thing!!

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    I just registered here to thank you guys for your hard work and give my insights into what I'd like to see improved, if possible.

    The work you're doing making OP a better viewing experience is commendable, and many of the arcs are greatly improved after receiving the One Pace treatment. Thank you!!

    However, what I've been noticing more and more lately are what I think detracts the most from One Pace episodes: jarring cuts in the soundtrack. One example of this is the fight scene in the auction house during Ep: 07 of Sabaody. I also thought Punk Hazard suffered from this a lot. I'm currently working my way through Dressrosa, and the first half (25 eps) of the arc were very well made. Just the type of pacing and editing skill I was hoping for in One Pace!

    I'm now up at 38, and I've sadly noticed more and more jarring cuts the further in I go. It's getting to the point where an episode has numerous jarring cuts in the space of a few minutes, and it's making me stop and wonder whether it's really better than the originals. I expect some of a trade-off, naturally. Editing a video in the manner you want is bound to have some problems here and there. It's also possible this is simply unavoidable in the current episodes, and it leaves you no choice but to make obvious cuts like that. I understand that might be the case, but I suppose my plea mainly boils down to 'keep it in mind'. Try to minimize cuts in the music as much as you can, because they are often the most jarring.

    To end it on a positive note, I think the best work from the One Pace team has got to be Thriller Bark. It's superbly done, I noticed almost no cuts at all, and it didn't detract from the viewing experience one bit. It's a prime example of when the pacing work you do is at its best and I think it easily beats the original. So thank you again, One Pace team, for making our favorite anime even better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aronel View Post
    I just registered here to thank you guys for your hard work and give my insights into what I'd like to see improved, if possible.

    The work you're doing making OP a better viewing experience is commendable, and many of the arcs are greatly improved after receiving the One Pace treatment. Thank you!!

    However, what I've been noticing more and more lately are what I think detracts the most from One Pace episodes: jarring cuts in the soundtrack. One example of this is the fight scene in the auction house during Ep: 07 of Sabaody. I also thought Punk Hazard suffered from this a lot. I'm currently working my way through Dressrosa, and the first half (25 eps) of the arc were very well made. Just the type of pacing and editing skill I was hoping for in One Pace!

    I'm now up at 38, and I've sadly noticed more and more jarring cuts the further in I go. It's getting to the point where an episode has numerous jarring cuts in the space of a few minutes, and it's making me stop and wonder whether it's really better than the originals. I expect some of a trade-off, naturally. Editing a video in the manner you want is bound to have some problems here and there. It's also possible this is simply unavoidable in the current episodes, and it leaves you no choice but to make obvious cuts like that. I understand that might be the case, but I suppose my plea mainly boils down to 'keep it in mind'. Try to minimize cuts in the music as much as you can, because they are often the most jarring.

    To end it on a positive note, I think the best work from the One Pace team has got to be Thriller Bark. It's superbly done, I noticed almost no cuts at all, and it didn't detract from the viewing experience one bit. It's a prime example of when the pacing work you do is at its best and I think it easily beats the original. So thank you again, One Pace team, for making our favorite anime even better!
    If you've got any examples of jarring cuts in Dressrosa 25+, feel free to send them this way. The editor for the arc switched midway through (to me), since the older editor wanted to edit Impel Down and didn't have time for weekly Post Timeskip releases. I came into the role with small editing experience, and I've definitely been taking musical cuts into account more and more as my edited releases have continued.

    Punk Hazard, though... yeah. It's a bit messy sometimes. That was edited at the very beginning of the project, so it didn't have nearly as much quality assurance as the project does nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galaxy 9000 View Post
    If you've got any examples of jarring cuts in Dressrosa 25+, feel free to send them this way. The editor for the arc switched midway through (to me), since the older editor wanted to edit Impel Down and didn't have time for weekly Post Timeskip releases. I came into the role with small editing experience, and I've definitely been taking musical cuts into account more and more as my edited releases have continued.

    Punk Hazard, though... yeah. It's a bit messy sometimes. That was edited at the very beginning of the project, so it didn't have nearly as much quality assurance as the project does nowadays.
    First off, Galaxy, I want to apologize if it seemed like I came in here just to say you stink; that's certainly not my intention! I'm sure there are an equal amount of, if not more, scenes that were edited together gracefully that I didn't notice, simply because an editor's job can often go unnoticed if done right. I'm also sure that it can only get better in the future, if only because you and the others will become more experienced at what you're tasked with. :)

    I went back and quickly checked through the episodes leading up to my current one, and I can't say I can recall any particular moment that stood out as very bad. I think it was more a case of noticing jarring cuts here and there, and it adding up over time. I'd have to re-watch them in full and jot down the ones that stand out. However, I can tell you the one that spurred my post. It was during Ep 35 of Dressrosa, just as it goes back to Luffy's fight with Bellamy around 18:30. There were 5 strong musical cuts in the 40 seconds after that. There were also a few, although not as jarring, during Bellamy's subsequent flashback to Jaya. Later, between 21:40 and 22:05 there are about 4, I believe. Lastly, there's one obvious jump at 23:00.

    Again, I don't know if they're all avoidable if you want to keep the pace of the episode consistent, but they're the ones I noticed. Now that I'm pretty much up to the current releases, I'll make sure to pay closer attention and make better note of what works well and what doesn't, and relay it to you (if you want!). That said, take it with a grain of salt, because I, myself, am definitely not an editor, so I can only offer my viewpoint as the layman audience. :P

    I want to end it on another positive, so I can mention that another issue I noticed on some of the older paced arcs was that the subtitles weren't up to par (mainly due to a lack of commas). I think it was the Sabaody arc in particular. But now, on most of the post-timeskip paced episodes it's been much better! It's definitely something you guys have improved on, and it shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aronel View Post
    First off, Galaxy, I want to apologize if it seemed like I came in here just to say you stink; that's certainly not my intention! I'm sure there are an equal amount of, if not more, scenes that were edited together gracefully that I didn't notice, simply because an editor's job can often go unnoticed if done right. I'm also sure that it can only get better in the future, if only because you and the others will become more experienced at what you're tasked with. :)

    I went back and quickly checked through the episodes leading up to my current one, and I can't say I can recall any particular moment that stood out as very bad. I think it was more a case of noticing jarring cuts here and there, and it adding up over time. I'd have to re-watch them in full and jot down the ones that stand out. However, I can tell you the one that spurred my post. It was during Ep 35 of Dressrosa, just as it goes back to Luffy's fight with Bellamy around 18:30. There were 5 strong musical cuts in the 40 seconds after that. There were also a few, although not as jarring, during Bellamy's subsequent flashback to Jaya. Later, between 21:40 and 22:05 there are about 4, I believe. Lastly, there's one obvious jump at 23:00.

    Again, I don't know if they're all avoidable if you want to keep the pace of the episode consistent, but they're the ones I noticed. Now that I'm pretty much up to the current releases, I'll make sure to pay closer attention and make better note of what works well and what doesn't, and relay it to you (if you want!). That said, take it with a grain of salt, because I, myself, am definitely not an editor, so I can only offer my viewpoint as the layman audience. :P


    I want to end it on another positive, so I can mention that another issue I noticed on some of the older paced arcs was that the subtitles weren't up to par (mainly due to a lack of commas). I think it was the Sabaody arc in particular. But now, on most of the post-timeskip paced episodes it's been much better! It's definitely something you guys have improved on, and it shows.
    No worries. I didn't take anything you said as an insult. Constructive criticism is good!

    I looked back at those Bellamy cuts, and in the time I've had to edit since that episode, I can say I probably wouldn't do those edits the same way now. I think for the final Dressrosa batch, I'll be going through the episodes I edited and improving them the best I can. I plan on doing this with the earlier Zou episodes I edited, as well. Moreso when I have time in the summer.

    As time has gone on, I've definitely tried to avoid the more jarring cuts the best I can. Some are deemed acceptable after a bit of quality checking though, and some are modified throughout the process to be disguised as best as possible. Unfortunately, there'll always be some that sound "off", but that's the nature of editing the soundtrack at all.

    Feel free to relay any jarring cuts you see to me, as the more that is fixed, the better the end product will be.

    Regarding the subtitle issue, we used to have a faulty script that exported subtitles from Vegas, but excluded the commas. We had to go in and manually add them to each instance, and as a result, some commas were left out due to the sheer number. The script has now been fixed, so that is no longer an issue.

    On another note, here's Dressrosa 39:

    http://onepace.net/2017/03/20/dressrosa-39/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galaxy 9000 View Post
    No worries. I didn't take anything you said as an insult. Constructive criticism is good!

    I looked back at those Bellamy cuts, and in the time I've had to edit since that episode, I can say I probably wouldn't do those edits the same way now. I think for the final Dressrosa batch, I'll be going through the episodes I edited and improving them the best I can. I plan on doing this with the earlier Zou episodes I edited, as well. Moreso when I have time in the summer.

    As time has gone on, I've definitely tried to avoid the more jarring cuts the best I can. Some are deemed acceptable after a bit of quality checking though, and some are modified throughout the process to be disguised as best as possible. Unfortunately, there'll always be some that sound "off", but that's the nature of editing the soundtrack at all.

    Feel free to relay any jarring cuts you see to me, as the more that is fixed, the better the end product will be.

    Regarding the subtitle issue, we used to have a faulty script that exported subtitles from Vegas, but excluded the commas. We had to go in and manually add them to each instance, and as a result, some commas were left out due to the sheer number. The script has now been fixed, so that is no longer an issue.

    On another note, here's Dressrosa 39:

    http://onepace.net/2017/03/20/dressrosa-39/
    how about just removing the music instead of working around it?

    audacity has a feature that lets you do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogunreaper View Post
    how about just removing the music instead of working around it?

    audacity has a feature that lets you do this.
    That ends up making the voices sound like static, and you can sometimes hear remnants of the OST. It would not be high quality at all.

    If One Piece Blu-rays were to use 5.1 audio like a lot of other anime Blu-rays do, we'd be able to separate the vocals much easier. But until that day, we will have to continue editing the music.

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    HEY GUYS IM NEW in this forum how do i create new thread. I really want to knew opinion of OP fans who arent exactly huge fan of main protagonist of this series
    Oda constantt need to messiah fay Luffy.

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    Hey Galaxy, I've not seen any of One Pace yet, I just saw it referenced on reddit and wanted to post to say it sounds amazing. There are so many fillers and irrelevant time wasting in these series (One Piece, Naruto, DBZ etc) now that I'm older it makes it harder to watch than when I was a teenager.

    So having people like you cut that shit out and make watchable content sounds amazing for me and future generations of people looking to try One Piece for the first time. I'm going to check this out later and then also look around to see if the same exists for Naruto and others.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Duomaxwe View Post
    Hey Galaxy, I've not seen any of One Pace yet, I just saw it referenced on reddit and wanted to post to say it sounds amazing. There are so many fillers and irrelevant time wasting in these series (One Piece, Naruto, DBZ etc) now that I'm older it makes it harder to watch than when I was a teenager.

    So having people like you cut that shit out and make watchable content sounds amazing for me and future generations of people looking to try One Piece for the first time. I'm going to check this out later and then also look around to see if the same exists for Naruto and others.
    It does exist for Naruto. Look up Naruto KAI. They remove filler and make episodes to match the length of each manga volume. They also worked in both Japanese and English dubs up until a certain point in the Fourth Great Ninja War due to the English Dub being behind. Last I checked, they did up to Volume 70 out of 72 for the Japanese dub/English subs.

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