RMS Titanic


Owner: White Star Line
Port of registry: Liverpool, UK
Builder: Harland and Wolff, Belfast
Launched: 31 May 1911

Tonnage: 46,328 GRT
Displacement: 52,310 tons
Length: 882 ft 9 in (269.1 m)
Beam: 92 ft 6 in (28.2 m)
Height: 175 ft (53.3 m) (keel to top of funnels)
Draught: 34 ft 7 in (10.5 m)
Depth: 64 ft 6 in (19.7 m)
Decks: 9 (A–G)
Propulsion: Two three-blade wing propellers and one three-blade centre propeller
Speed: Cruising: 21 kn (39 km/h; 24 mph). Max: 24 kn (44 km/h; 28 mph)
Capacity: Passengers: 2,435, crew: 892. Total: 3,327


Film Trailer:







Titanic: The 1912 History Edition



Original film title: Titanic (1997)
Fanedit title: Titanic: The 1912 History Edition
Fandit type: Fan-mix
Status: Completed

Resolution: Full HD/1080p
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Frame rate: 24fps
Audio: 5.1 surround
File type: mp4 (H264)
File size: 5GB
Original running time: 3 hr 14 min (194 min)
Fanedit running time: 1 hour 10 minutes (70 min)
Tagline: No Jack. No Rose. Just history.

Intention: To completely remove the fictional Jack and Rose love story, leaving what really happened to Titanic, with historical characters as dramatised by James Cameron. Also restores deleted scenes of historical moments including the officers and the nearby ship, the Californian. And adds a new colour grade, correcting a green hue present in the Bluray and DVD versions of the film.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: By clicking on this I hereby state that I legally own a copy
of the Blu-ray version or higher resolution of the 1997 James Cameron film "Titanic".


Titanic - The 1912 History Version (1080-24p-5.1) https://vimeo.com/parkesproductions/review/368770154/0c6fedf6c5
password: titanicofficers

Instructions: You can download the entire film via the download button on the lower right. Select the 5GB "original" for the best quality version. It is best viewed on a big screen and in 5.1 surround sound if available.

Please note: You must own an officially released copy of a film to legally watch a fanedit. Support studios, filmmakers, and fanedit.org by purchasing movies. No copyright infringment intended and all work belongs to Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox.

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Questions:



1. Why?

There are many including myself who enjoyed James Cameron's film - the sets, the design, the history, the attention to detail, the music, the special effects - but found the 'Romeo & Juliet' love story at times distracting, annoying and sometimes quite simply embarrasing. It also takes at least half the running time. Many have asked why James Cameron had to create fictional characters in the first place. Some Titanic Facebook groups have banned any mention of "Jack and Rose" due to movie fatigue and frustration. I have often wondered if anyone had created an edit that removed the love story, leaving just the history. I found nothing and so decided to do it myself as a "fanedit".

 

2. What is a fanedit?

A "fanedit" is a new version of a film in which an editor is typically attempting to clean-up or otherwise modify the original so as to make it a more enjoyable viewing experience. In some cases the new edit attempts to modify the story so drastically as to make it a new and unique movie experience.

 

3. Can I legally watch it?

In accordance with the rules of fanedit.org and the Fan edit database, "Faneditors and viewers of fanedits must own a copy of the source material at equal or greater resolution than the fanedit." So if you have purchased or legally own a Blu-ray version of James Cameron's Titanic film then you can legally watch this new edit. A link will either be on this page or contact me directly for a link.

4. How can I watch it?

The best way to watch the film is to download the mp4 file (it is about 5GB) either via the link on this page (above in the red box) or send me a message via the contact page. Play it back on your preferred playback device that offers the best quality. If you have a 5.1 or 7.1 surround system then make sure to play it on that as it has been mastered in 5.1.

5. Do Jack and Rose appear at all in this version?

I have not completely removed Jack and Rose from the film - they are now 'supporting cast' and appear at some moments during the film reacting to events (such as the iceberg collision). But their love story is now non-existent and the drama is focused on the sinking.

6. Do you see the wreck in this edit?

Yes you do see one or two shots of the wreck at the beginning and end of the film - as James Cameron created in the origial movie, to provide context and a transition device into the story. Otherwise it takes place entirely in April 1912 and all scenes with the modern day diamond recovery storyline have been removed.

7. Have you also corrected other historical inaccuracies in the film?

This is director James Cameron's dramatised portrayal of the sinking, and there will always be inaccuracies or clarifications as more information is recovered from the wreck site etc.  Even he has released documentaries showing where he got it wrong!

Some key inaccuracies:
- passengers being allowed on the prow of the ship
- central propellor shown with four instead of three blades
- the lighting of the funnels
- Molly Brown was not known as "Molly" until after the sinking
- Ismay's involvement with wanting to set a speed record
- Lightoller's accent
- the full astern order (did not happen)
- locked gates in third class
- shocked, confused and defeated portrayal of Captain Smith
- the angle of the split/ final plunge
- Captain Smith's last moments

But my intent is to remove the 100% fictional Jack and Rose story and leave the rest as a dramatisation of the disaster as made in 1997. Actually, all things considered, James Cameron did an amazing job of recreating the ship and her story - considering the number of financial and logistical constraints he was under, his attention to detail is astounding.

8. What is the purpose of the new colour grade?

For some reason there is a blanket green tint that is present on the Blu-ray version of the film that I have removed by using a LUT supplied by a Fanedit user named "hbenthow". He wrote to me: "I based the LUTs on photo samples of two different "Titanic" regrades by a prolific fan-regrader known as KingKong650 (or KK650 for short). As a result, the amount of work that I had to put in to create the LUTs was minimal. If anyone deserves credit, it's KK650."

To compare the original blu-ray grade (left) and the new LUT grade (right), use the slider below on the following images:



Please note: You must own an officially released copy of a film to legally watch a fanedit. Support studios, filmmakers, and fanedit.org by purchasing movies. No copyright infringment intended and all work belongs to Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox.