Welp, there you have it, the remaining rips. This is far from over though, because there's a lot more commercials and promos in this tape where that came from!
You will notice screwy audio in most of these videos (especially in the commercials), and that's the ripping equipment's fault, not mine. I've tried my hardest in most of these videos to make it sound how it should, so just don't complain about it.
Oh, and the uncut versions of certain videos (the Klasky-Csupo credits error, the commercials) as well as other unreleased videos in relation to these rips and the demos are now available on Archive.org under the title of "Nickelodeon 2003 Tape (Vol. 1)".
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And there's a lot more on the way!
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After a long year wait, I finally got ripping equipment yesterday and the credits error has been officially ripped. It's in full swing, baby.
It'll take a while to upload it to YouTube however, seeing sa that I still don't have internet, but there's gonna be more where that came from. I'm also going to rip every single Pictograph bumper I have, the Heart bumper, every commercial break I have, and almost every lost bumper I have, etc. It's gonna be a fun ride, so stick around.
The very earliest I can get these released is next weekend (not this coming weekend), so yeah. BTW, I'm gonna take down the demos and replace them with the rips.
More info to be released when I have more time on my hands.
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Hoo boy, looks like I got some explaining to do, huh?
Okay, it's been almost 9 months since I uploaded that demo of the credits error of the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Wet Painters/Krusty Krab Training Video", and I haven't really done any progress at all to pripping it since. Why? There's a plethora of reasons, but since I don't have much time at the time of typing this update, I'll get to the basics.
Ever since I uploaded the demo, people have been asking me to get equipment to rip the footage, but here's the thing. First of all, my laptop (one of the major keys to ripping the tape) broke down when the school year started and I don't have the money to afford a new one. Another is I can't find a quality capturing device as of yet to prop…
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