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Custom blu-ray setfor the Despecialized Editions

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RE-UPDTATED POST The latest version of my set, now incmuding the Prelogy, TFA and Rogue One is available in this thread: http://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Phildesfrs-Blu-Ray-Complete-Set/id/56080

UPDATED POST ! Here is the latest version of my set, I removed the “despecialized edition” label, as many users on this forum asked for, updated the audio and subs options, especially for ROTJ on account of the release of v2.5. Here’s how it looks now :

http://s14.postimg.org/dtj5ht229/DISPLAY_slipcovers.jpg
http://s14.postimg.org/i1dxqk3ht/DISPLAY_cases.jpg
http://s14.postimg.org/uoyagt7sh/DISPLAY_discs.jpg

http://s14.postimg.org/l0pfrf2cx/DISPLAY_SW.jpg
http://s14.postimg.org/sferjso8h/DISPLAY_ESB.jpg
http://s14.postimg.org/gp0u2evg1/DISPLAY_ROTJ.jpg

For some reason, the blu-ray muxing is limited to 64 tracks (video, audio and subs), so I chose to exclude the russian voiceover audio track and some subs from Project Threepio, and keep “only” 3 english audio tracks for each film: 5.1 and 2.0 DTS-HD and 1993 LD DD, hoping to satisfy as much the purists as well as world-wide fans.

Here’s a link to a .txt of all the download links you may need:

  • the directions to download the Blu-ray ISOs
  • the printable PDFs of the blu-ray set
  • the editable AIs file of the blu-ray set
  • the templates, logos and cleaned artworks to design your own blu-ray set

http://mega.nz/#!owdRzYaQ!AkwyN6q54h9rmcl3oSNHXZ-Gw5xHb28S_zzOEuZaM64

I’ll be updating the ESB ISO as soon as Empire despecialized v2.5 is released, and in the meantime, I’ll also try to get my hands on the Team Negative 1 35mm restored version, and maybe mux a blu-ray out of it.

I’d also like to apologize for my very poor response rate on this forum, I’m just very not used to this kind of web communication and keeping up-to-date on the boards, but I try to take into account everything that’s being written here.

Cheers, and enjoy !

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Looks good! I assume those are slipcovers?

Worst May the 4th EVER.

Ol’ George has the GOUT, I see.

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Great stuff, phildesfr. I haven't yet printed disc labels for anything (have not convinced myself to spend money on a printer that can print to disc, and I learned my lesson about disc stickers in the CD-R days). But, if I do, I think I'd want to use yours. 

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These are great! Love everything about them! Good job on incorporating all the old logos and posters, while keeping it clean. The discs look awesome too!

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Very nice, looks awesome! Do you provide download links?

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Gorgeous set, I'll definitely be using these. If it's not too much trouble, would you mind posting the labels as images rather than the PDF? I am one of those neanderthals still using adhesive labels and image files are just so much easier to work with.

EDIT: Never mind, forgot I could export them as images with Preview on my own.

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What size paper am I supposed to print the slipcovers on to?

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The slipcovers are not easy to print, because of their size, they won't fit in a Letter or A4 format.

My solution (rather costly) was to use A3+ (13x19 inches) photo paper sheets. In the 19" side, I cut 2 13x8 inches (33x20 cm)  stripes, which are long enough for the slipcovers.

I recommend you use the thickest paper you can fin, at least 300g/m², to obtain a rigid enough slipcover.

I'd also recommend great caution if you're using a glossy finish photo paper, because it will easily be smeared when handled, and be very fragile when cut and creased, however the color will look deep and bright on it.

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Is there any possibility of getting a version printable on A4?

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My set looks fantastic. Any tips on printing the labels? Have never attempted such a task before and any advice would be appreciated.

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The disc labels are printed onto a special printable disc; you can't just put them onto any Blu-ray disc you have.

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actually that is not correct. Been using horbis label makers with an inkjet printer. Just print the stickers and place them on. 

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My first post 😃 I’ve been lurking around this forum for a while, and I love all of the awesome people here. Anyways, this set is sweet and I’ll definitely be using them. Do you plan on updating the audio track and subtitle info for ROTJ once 2.0 comes out? Or is that the final info for 2.0? I noticed that the mono mix said 1980 instead of 1983.

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I love this idea. I can’t wait to see what you put together with this.

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I’m sorry, but when I go to download I get nothing but ads or videos and no clear download link button? What am I doing wrong and can someone just link to the picture files? Thanks!

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Phil, do you happen to have those covers in a DVD aspect ratio?

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Beautiful designs! I really want to use these but I’m having trouble getting the hosting site to work. When I enter my email, I get no reply. Not in my junk mail.

Please help with a link! Anyone!! Need my fix before the Force awakens.

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OUTDATED POST, DEAD LINK, LATEST LINKS IN FIRST POST

Hi everybody !

I took some time at it, but here’s at last an updated version of the print files of my bly-ray set :

https://mega.nz/#!koMFCSpa!w0F4Sy4z6zx4o1BiakIw-KzIs_QczMaDAXr6r9urYaI

I have updated the specs list to fit with my own mkv-to-bd muxing, based on Harmy’s latest MVVs available :
2.5 for Star Wars, 2.0 for Empire, and the 2.0 workprint of Return, to which I added French and Italian audio tracks and chapters list from my GOUT dvds. I added as much of the Threepio Project subtitles as possible, and skipped a few audio tracks because of the limited numbers of tracks Ts-muxer allows in a BD structure, for some reason.
I can send you a link to my ROTJ mkv with these additional tracks, if required.

I created 3 ready-to-burn blu-ray ISOs, with some bonus materials as rom content, would anyone want them, and if so, would you recommend a fast and reliable file-hosting platform for about 70gb ?

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