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Did anyone find the Prequel .TS files from the Cinemax broadcast?

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Found interesting news lately...

  • It seems there is a 1997SE recording of an Australian broadcast; hope to find more info on this
  • There were WOWOW broadcasts of all the episodes, in 5.1; even if in "mere" MPEG2, these files (if found) could potentially maybe better than any other ones available until now - according to other WOWOW caps like ROTLA trilogy, Aliens etc.

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All I know of WOWOW is their airing of the xxxHoLic movie which I turned into a multilingual version, and that's in damn good quality for a satellite rip.

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_,,,^..^,,,_ said:

Found interesting news lately...

  • It seems there is a 1997SE recording of an Australian broadcast; hope to find more info on this
  • There were WOWOW broadcasts of all the episodes, in 5.1; even if in "mere" MPEG2, these files (if found) could potentially maybe better than any other ones available until now - according to other WOWOW caps like ROTLA trilogy, Aliens etc.

 and....  WOWOW cap Back to the Future Part I

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stretch009 said:

_,,,^..^,,,_ said:

Found interesting news lately...

  • It seems there is a 1997SE recording of an Australian broadcast; hope to find more info on this
  • There were WOWOW broadcasts of all the episodes, in 5.1; even if in "mere" MPEG2, these files (if found) could potentially maybe better than any other ones available until now - according to other WOWOW caps like ROTLA trilogy, Aliens etc.

 and....  WOWOW cap Back to the Future Part I

Yep, forgot about that!

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UPDATE: added some WOWOW info - don't know how much useful this can be, though... any Japanese speaker here that would like to perform an accurate search to see if these files are available anywhere?!?

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To whom it may concern: I have now in my HDD a PRO7 recording of EP1; don’t know if it’s the theatrical version, because it was recorded using an online service, and the file extention is .otrkey; sadly, don’t know how to decrypt it… any hint?

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Onlinetvrecorder.com
You have to get an account and download their decrypter.

The date should be in the file name. Could you post the file name here?

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Actually, I have two files:

Star_Wars__Episode_I_Die_dunkle_Bedrohung_15.02.20_20-15_pro7_165_TVOON_DE.mpg.HQ.avi.otrkey (1.35GB) I don’t know which version is this

Star_Wars_Episode_I__Die_dunkle_Bedrohung_13.06.07_00-25_orf1_120_TVOON_DE.mpg.HQ.avi.otrkey (918MB) this is theatrical version

I tried to decrypt them via the software found on the site, but I’m able to decode only recorded programs broadcasted after the date I registered there, today… if someone was registered before one of the previous file date, and would like to send me their login data via PM, I will be able to decrypt the files, and will release them into myinternalorganthatisnotmyliverbutanotherthatyouknowforsure
Thanks!

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