ReBoot Grasp Tapes Discovered for Beloved CGI Canadian TV Collection

The grasp tapes for the fan-favorite Canadian animated sequence ReBoot have been discovered, in response to a latest group of followers. (by way of Reddit)

This week, a Fb group titled ReBoot ReWind shared that it had taken a tour of Mainframe Leisure — the corporate that produced the animated sequence — and had discovered the unique PAL D1 masters for the whole lot of ReBoot’s run, together with each episode.

The group of followers additionally stated that there was additionally a library of further ReBoot content material, together with animation checks, toy commercials, footage from an Digital Arts online game, and IMAX content material.

Alongside the announcement, the group additionally requested for assistance on the way to transfer ahead. Their purpose, in response to the Fb put up, is to discover a working D1 tape deck to be able to seize the tapes and assist switch the masters of their authentic format.

What’s ReBoot?

ReBoot is a Canadian computer-animated TV sequence that ran from 1994-2001, and was created by Gavin Blair, Ian Pearson, Phil Mitchell, and John Grace. The sequence adopted the adventures of a Guardian named Bob and his companions Enzo and Dot Matrix, as they saved the Mainframe secure from various things.

In 2018, a reimagined sequence titled ReBoot: The Guardian Code premiered on Netflix, and aired for 20 episodes. It’s unclear whether or not or not Mainframe Leisure or YTV (the channel that initially broadcasted the sequence) has any plans to remaster the sequence themselves.

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