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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I can hear audio on your episodes, but I can’t see any video. How can I fix this problem?

A: Please download the latest K-Lite Codec Pack from Free-Codecs.com.

Q: I want to work on a fandub. Could you help me out?

A: You can either produce a fandub all by yourself, or you can audition for us whenever we have auditions going. We are not searching for production assistants, but there’s always newcomers wanting to produce something of their own, so just keep an eye out.

If you’re not strictly into Transformers, you can visit Voiceacting.co.uk and Voice Acting Alliance, two websites which have auditions going for fandubs at all times.

Q: Do you make any money fandubbing?

A: No, no one makes any money doing fandubs and nobody gets paid. We are all doing this for the love of it. It’s a chance for many of us to live out our dreams of voicing cartoon characters without dedicating a career to it.

Q: How long does it take to produce an episode?

A: If everything goes smoothly, about 4-6 weeks. Of course, they usually take much longer than that. It depends on how much spare time the producers and actors have.

Q: How do I open the RAR files on your website?

A: Most of our episodes have been zipped, but there are a few that we have compressed using RAR. To extract these files, you can download and install WinRAR for Windows or UnRarX for Macintosh.

Q: Why aren’t your episodes on YouTube?

A: Simply put, because we don’t want them to be. We would prefer if you not upload our work to YouTube. If we decide to put them up in the future, we will upload the videos ourselves.

Q: When will you be dubbing more episodes of Headmasters/Masterforce?

A: We have never dubbed either of these series and we have no plans on starting either of these series. We only host other people’s work on these series.

Q: How do you translate the episodes? Do you know Japanese?

A: No, we do not know Japanese. We use whatever sources are available to translate the episodes from Japanese into English. And of course, some creative license is used. If you happen to know Japanese and want to help, please contact us.

Q: What software do you use?

A: Everyone uses whatever software they prefer, whether it be Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas. A handy (and free!) tool that every fandub producer should have installed on their hard drive is Virtual Dub.


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