Some movies like passenger is better if re-cut, but unfortunately
you cannot distribute the re-cut version.
What we need is a "Re-Cut Scripting" language that allows for
frame accurate re-cutting of a legally obtained video file.
E.g. In VLC video player, you would supply in the video and then
load in the script. The script is then read and VLC will
automatically jump around the video file, to simulate a different
A more advance recut scripting language could perhaps also do
some interesting thing, like slide in a new video scene. Or maybe
adjust the lighting etc...
But at it's most basic, it allows for playing video scene in
different order (or omitting it entirely).
Original Idea from
BasketOfPuppies in "Passengers, Rearranged" video by
Nerdwriter1 in YouTube
> Well, he can't "publish" it, as he doesn't own the rights to do
that. He could release the editing info (from whatever program
he used) but that only works for folks who have the software,
and the ripped version of the movie. There really needs to be
some sort of plugin for VLC or something, where you can supply
a frame-accurate edit list to play a video, so folks can distribute
edits without the legal and technical issues. But, so far? There