Around May of last year, I decided to end whatever plans I had on finishing the last two videos. It was taking me much longer than I had anticipated, and by that point, FUNi had One Piece and was already halfway through cleaning up the damage 4Kids' dub had done. It was no longer a relevant thing.
It also had to do with me being so picky of my own work. If you can remember how those videos were done, you'd be able to see a huge difference in how my videos of today look. I was never satisfied with the different versions I kept doing, and my video editing software was pretty much changing up until I settled on Sony Vegas. When I first started, I only had Windows Movie Maker and I was greatly limited on what I could do with it.
The final nails in the coffin had to be YouTube banning my previous account and my lack of motivation to continue on. I had received two strikes before. One wasfor a video that was flagged for copyright infringement from 4Kids. The odd part was that it contained no copyright material and only mocked a few things Al Kahn had said (such as "Manga is dying" and "Japan is no more"). The second video was for one of those FUNi One Piece clips I put up during the series' run on CN. After that, I made sure to remove every scrap of One Piece clip form FUNi's dub, as the DVDs were available and I no longer needed to show people what it was like.
Unfortunately, my third strike came from FUNi in regards to the trailer for Sanji's Worst Dub Moments. I don't hold anything against them for it, as I did use copyright material there. Though it is a shame, seeing as it was edited for my own work as a trailer. But thems is the rules.
And going back on what I said about being picky about my own work, I would normally start working on something and then stop halfway through due to a sheer lack of motivation. I would lose the drive to work on it and come back to it a later time. After all of that, I decided it was time to call it quits.
I did, however, do a rundown of everything with everyone on the One Piece Podcast. It's the most complete form you'll find of the whole thing. Due to YouTube banning my previous account and having my comp break down on me due to a virus, I lost all of the episodes. They weren't backed up and the other places I had added some of the videos had removed them for copyright infringement.
Incidentally, someone ripped #10 and posted it on MegaVideo. Before my computer issues, I intended to save all of the work I had done as a RAR file and make them available to download for others to watch. But then my hard drive was ravaged by a virus, resulting in me having to wipe out the hard drive. It's probably for the best, anyway. After doing some searching, I may have done more harm than good with those videos. Seems like a ton of people got the wrong vibe and took my videos as a reason why anime shouldn't be dubbed, when it's the absolute opposite of what my intentions were.