Hey Thai, what program do you use to tweak your uploads? I use to try and mimic what I assumed was the 'right' way to do it, but lately, I've just been cropping and uploading with no color grading tweaks at all. When I do tweak, however, I'm not satisfied with the results most of the time (too saturated). I want to know how best to keep my uploads consistent and looking good. And who better to ask? Thanks!
Microsoft Office Picture Manager, because it's simple and good enough for cropping and color tweaks. But I've stopped enhancing images for the most part. If the image is too dark I may turn up the midtones and perhaps a bit of saturation, but that's it. I pretty much just upload images as I get them with GOM Player.
Beside the series name it says the season number, which is fine. But it looks a little bit too much with the addition of the subseason name. For instance, saying "Young Justice: Outsiders - Season 3", just looks too long, it looks overkill. So, I was wondering if the subseason titles could just be removed. The series title is still Young Justice, and that will never change, it doesn't make it any less correct if we didn't include the subseason (and I know Greg once made the comment of season 2 "legally" being called Young Justice: Invasion, but honestly, how much of a difference does it really make?)
I'd appreciate it if you and other users/admins could consider making this change. Thanks.
The "length" doesn't seem like a big deal to me. Besides, for the casual/new comer reader who visits a character page that has appeared in season 2, the game and season three, they might be confused as to what Young Justice: Invasion, Young Justice: Legacy and Young Justice: Outsiders refer to, without the side notes.
That's my point, to not refer to the season subtitles at all, because season 1 doesn't have one. The only one that needs a subtitle is Young Justice: Legacy, because that's the whole title. I'm not even sure why it was changed. The episodes used to be numbered, but now it has become too complex.
I thought you meant it was a different voice actor for Father Box-possessed Victor, checked the episode again and it just credits the same voice actor for both. I hoped they'd clarify it, however unlikely. If your first theory is correct, there should probably a clarification on the wiki page because it is confusing as it is.
I can’t imagine a low key motorcycle repair business makes much money.
It's very unclear to be honest, but they have a secret Zeta-Tube in the garage. So, if the League set that up for them, maybe someone just gave them that house. The house is huge. Snapper is/was a teacher...
It makes more sense for Superboy to have a Zeta-Tube in his garage than at Snapper's and he calls is "his" Fortress of semi-Solitude. Also, they look very comfortable to be house guests at someone else's house.
Oh, BTW. The wiki looks lovely, but doesn't port to mobile too well. The episode nav is broken and the Appear doesn't even appear. Probably better to change the template type of the nav to Notice or something so it doesn't show on mobile.
Sorry to butt in, but I've had a theory about the housing situation, and I just caught a shot that confirms it. Connor and M'Gann are living in an apartment above the garage next to Snapper's house.
I had the impression that the windows were second story, but I finally got confirmation rewatching Rescue Op. At 11:09 you can see Dick's back through the upstairs window above the garage from outside. A few seconds later, in the appartment, we can see Dick is indeed standing in front of the window.