Thanks for the fix. Episode 309: I've Got Your Number was so kerfuffled that, from the history, it looked like nothing had existed since Danny deleted it in 2009 (the only time the shift to make redirects go straight to the page causes problems).
This is one of the missing SS videos I had on the list. Luckily I was able to get this one first, earlier this month. I had a good Christmas break 'cause I've been spending time watching Sesame Street all break long. And tell me what you think of this clip I found.
My pleasure! Yeah, I guess that was their attempt to have all of the Muppets looking onward, and it just takes away the naturality of their expressions (on top of poorly replacing their faces with those of their flat-looking poser counterparts). By the way, I had been meaning to compliment you on the job you did on the new slider image. I love how the faded edges at the bottom make it look like a rounded TV screen. Was that intentional?
Hi, I actually edited that from an abridged video clip online from a foreign co-production. Quite a number of Wiki images of rarer Sesame sketches (particularly ones that haven't been given official video releases) are taken from clips of co-productions like Sesamstraat and Plaza Sésamo.
I used the beginning scene from your video, so that part is out of order with the audio. The audio is fine. Plus, I found out your "SSMV Yellow Submarine" video got blocked in the U.S. And however, which site did you get the Sesamstraat / Plaza Sésamo video source of your Yellow Submarine video before you started editing it, and I mean, starting at the closeup scene of the Pumpkin pilot? Was the original file used to be on YouTube but removed or something?
Jb, I'm not going to talk anymore about Elmo's voice by Brian Muehl.
I'm going for a different topic. However, in the Monster Hits! video, where the songs have audience sound effects, do the songs (i.e. "We Are All Monsters") have the audience cheering sound effects at the beginning and end only, or do they have the audience sound effects added to some parts in the middle of the song as well? (If you're not sure, watch my video of "We're All Monsters" here and find out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFP89jaO3vg)