When I saw Rogue One in the theater, I was a bit bored with it. Thought the pacing was off, being slow, and there were a few pointless characters. Everything I disliked about the film has been fixed, and I found the pacing very much improved. DigModiFicaTion edit is what should have been shown in the theaters.
Rouge One is probably up there as one of my favorite SW movie. However, I always found the pacing was off in the first 20 mins. The movie is all over the place as there is a lot of jumping around to different scenes. There are not a huge amount of changes in this edit but it definitely improves the pacing of the first 20 mins and it flows a lot better. I also like the fact we don't see Saw Gerrera at the beginning of the film and it is kept a mystery how Jyn was rescued. Overall, a very good edit that is worth watch and will be my go to Version of Rouge One.
A very recommended edit indeed! I quite liked the the theatrical release, but this is fanedit far superior. The cuts were seamless and helped improve issues in the narrative that bothered me - first and foremost the numerous and annoying scenes involving Forrest Whitaker. Thank you so much, DigModiFicaTion, for taking the time to create this wonderful fanedit.
Additionally, as others commented before me, the visual and audio editing are superb, and in some places even better than in the theatrical release (e.g., Tarkin and Leia).
This is a far better edit over the theatrical release. All the visual and audio edits are seamless and I didn't notice anything out of place or missing. The CGI Tarkin and Leia look so much better with the colour correction. The removal of some of the fanservice is much appreciated as its far less distracting.
This edit improves the story and makes the narrative seem tighter. It is a far more enjoyable experience than the theatrical release. However, through no fault of DigModiFicaTion, I'm one of the minority who thought Rogue One was a very average and slightly dull film and though this edit improves it, I still feel the same way. But it feels harsh to mark DigModiFicaTion down for this too much as the edit is certainly aimed at those who enjoyed the original and only wanted a light edit.
Still, this is a very impressive edit for those that enjoyed the original release to begin with.