It’s been probably five months after I talked about the glitch here on this board (don’t bother looking for it, I deleted twice, since no one understood me), and I still don’t understand how it works.
Projectile Super Cancel Glitch
What is it: A glitch that allows projectiles to move during super freeze animation time, when they regularly should freeze, thus making it a glitch (I seriously doubt Capcom would program such a thing like this). During super freeze time, characters are invincible, thus no one gets hit during super freeze time. Evidence of this is when you perform this glitch on Oro’s SAII, which moves too slow so that at the end of super freeze time, the character who performed the glitch gets hit by Oro’s projectile, since after invincibilty the projectile is in the middle of the character’s hitbox.
Restrictions: Only characters who can cancel their projectiles into a super art can do this. Also, the glitch can only be done on multi-hit projectiles like super arts and ex moves. Akuma’s red fireball (HCB+any punch) will not work since his fireball can be diminished by one-hit projectiles.
How to execute it: When an enemy throws a multi-hit projectile (excluding Akuma’s), throw a special move projectile or ex projectile, then immediately do a super art (use buffering to achieve this).
Explanation: This is what I am currently trying to figure out. I have no idea how it works, but I am guessing that it involves something to do with the collision of the fireballs, and when that collision is interrupted by the super freeze (the interruption of the collision seems to happen in an instant).
Why I believe this might be the case is because when you do this glitch when someone does something like hadouken xx Shinku Hadouken, the hadouken freezes while Shinku Hadouken flies through the character that performed the glitch, and goes off the screen. The collision only happens to Ryu’s SAI and the glitcher’s projectile. The opponent’s hadouken appears nowhere near Ryu’s SAI, because it travels fast than a regular hadouken.