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  1. I have had troubles using the scenes given by HRP on MediaFire. I use a Mac, and I have to convert the files to MP4. Some of the videos has popping sounds when imported to Final Cut Pro. The video quality is poor. Also the download speed from MediaFire is slow.

    Could someone upload the HD Downfall scenes (with darker theme, the one HRP is using on his current parodies) in MP4 format to MEGA? It's faster, and it solves the format problem. Using XP or Vista is not an excuse.

    Thank you.

  2. Earl747
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    As you know it. You know how I behave in this Site. That is because of my Rule-Breaking Style. I try to act friendly but I realize it will only make my reputation worse. Some people don't understand me because I'm not from the U.S. Like when I said *Happy Father's Day* while America is still Sleeping. I'm from the Philippines and if it's day in America, then it's night on the Philippines. And Phillippines is part of Asia. North America and Asia have different time zones. But I think its best for me to leave, People have their own ways. I'm gonna throw the Unterganger Title and get back on my Mod Reviewing on Minecraft. And focus on my fourth year on high school. I will make sure that my life will not be Shattered Again.

    This is Earl747 "The Rebel" signing out on my Last Post. Yeeehaaaaw and Goodbye. I hope there are no Hard Feelings.

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    Social media websites are one of the top places to mobile market other than actual SMS. According to Forbes, offline marketing tactics such as SMS, TV, radio, and print ads still hold the record high for successful advertising, but the Internet is a close second. With technology advancing, and digital devices becoming a norm for most customers, companies should take advantage of mobile marketing through social media. It is true that social media advertising requires a lot of attention from the company, but if done right, companies will see great success.

    Adidas and Spotify team up through social media

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    Not only is marketing through social media a great way to get the word out about your company, it is also a simple way to collect consumer data. Social media gives consumers the ability to control how much they participate in mobile marketing, ultimately allowing companies to gain their trust. Forbes suggests that targeting customers through social media sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook can be a great way to reach the specific types of customers that companies are looking for. Also, companies can view what customers have to say about them through hash tag technologies allowing them to see where they need to improve. When using social media to market, companies should focus on drawing in as many followers as they can, and then monitor how many of those followers are active users of their sites. This will allow companies to see which marketing tactics work best. There are several rules and suggestions for mobile marketers who use social media, and if used correctly, companies cannot go wrong using social media as a marketing tactic.

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    I have no idea what to do. Maybe Hitler's Pencil of Airplane Crashes?

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    Delphox
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    Dear fellow Untergangers,

    I think a lot of you know about my recent behaviour on this forum and how disrespectful I was to a few members of this website yesterday night. What started as a friendly conversation quickly turned out to be several unfunny jokes that may have hurt one certain Unterganger's feelings. I would like to apologize for my disrespectful behaviour yesterday and for hurting one's feelings. I just wanted to keep the conversation up and tell a few jokes, but I certainly went too far, especially on my last one. I hope these 2 certain members can forgive my acts yesterday night. I really like to be everyone's friend on this website, but sometimes I can get carried away with what I do and say. Please consider forgiving me for the crap I said out of my mouth.

    Your friend,

    AlphaSkyRaider

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    With this new Downfall parodies website being up and having had some time to get accustomed to it, it is my belief that a new generation of Untergangers have arrived. It is quite clear that the new Untergangers of today are rather different to the Untergangers of my day, myself being referred to as a 'second-generation Unterganger'.

    To be quite honest, this 'third generation' hasn't made the world's best first impression on me, but there is great hope lying in there. Allow me to give my thoughts in detail...

    As a few of you may be quite aware, the actions of one new(-ish) Unterganger led me to question the originality of his ideas, and led to a bit of a debate on what was considered the correct usage of other people's work and/or ideas in their own parodies. As someone following the modding scene of a number of racing simulations, it is quite clear that different content creators will have different attitudes to how their stuff is used. The YouTube Content ID system is a perfect example of this. It is in your interest to take into account what kind of credit the original creator(s) of the content desire.

    A wider issue, and this mainly applies to the third Generation, stemming from this is the originality of parodies. A number of third-generation Untergangers appear to be under the illusion that they can't come up with anything original and/or have to take the ideas of other 'gangers in order to be a success. Well, let me tell you this - during the course of my Unterganging career, I never did it for anyone else's satisfaction, I did it for my own. It's nice that other people eventually grew to like my parodies but for a good long time I recieved very little attention to my parodies and I didn't care.

    Another thing - coming up with original ideas of your own is an extremely worthwhile thing to do. I, for one, have not been short on such things. From combining Persona 4, the Pink Panther and Downfall to a space outing visiting the Scissor Sisters, it's a journey that is only limited by one's imagination.

    ...and not by the software you use. I am aware that many new Untergangers have made extremely high-quality parodies with special effects and headpasting, but a few are left with Windows Movie Maker. This leaves these budding parodyists these days with the negative illusion that you can't do good things with WMM. My first parodies... well! They were not of a good quality but they quickly got better and I enjoyed myself for it. In my opinion, there is no better tool for starting out with, and then challenging yourself to test the limits of the software. The latter, in particular, leaves one with an extremely satisfying result, even if there's a lack of fancy special effects and no headpasting. In my opinion, I enjoyed myself most when I was doing all sorts of crazy things with Movie Maker. The message - don't be put off if you only have Movie Maker.

    And here is the main concern that I, among others, have about the third-generation of Untergangers. Attitude. Let's get this out of the way - in this community, you earn respect and subscribers by proving yourself in your parodies, not your ability to 'Sub4Sub'. That the respectable morals of this community have degenerated into Sub4Subbing is sad, and that's not all...

    Posting random Hitler quotes like "YA! YA! YA! FEGELEIN!! FEGELEIN!!" is neither funny, or an effective way to make one look mature. Neither is a flow of backchat to whoever points out that your unfunny attempt to make yourself look cool is, in fact, not cool at all. It's almost a reflection of the whole globe's society these days - as young 'uns gain less and less respect for their elders, their teachers, etc. it reflects here.

    There is, however, hope. As I have already said, it's a bit stunning actually to see newbies pick up headpasting and special effects so well, so quickly. With the launch of a new generation of games consoles, we should also look forward to a new generation of gaming parodies, and that's just one suggestion. The talented among you are keeping the action fresh and the punchlines golden - it just needs refinement, or else we may see the 'Downfall' of this meme once and for all.

  3. The Unterganger was created with the goal of making parodies that can be shared with most people. A higher standard doesn't mean great effects and overall quality of the parody, but the morale, clean sense. Most parodies out there have the f bomb every other second, and are riddled with swear words. The problem with that is that you restrict your audience, you suddenly cannot show your grandparents or parents if the parody is talking about obscene subjects. You cant show children (of an age who would actually be interested in a parody) if the swearing is too strong. The whole idea of TheUnterganger is to make family fun. Lol. The worst word you will ever see will probably be jackass. But it is intended to keep a G to PG-13 rating. Some might make fun of the idea, but that's why TheUnterganger was created and I'm sticking to that creed. You can still make a hilarious parody without the use of cussing!

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