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#1112673
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Stephen King's IT (1990) - Original two-part version! [RELEASED]
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I know it plays Blu-ray discs. Does it play UHD or is that the PS4 Pro or Cheeheadmullet or what?

IDK anything about that kind of stuff. lol

Do you have access to a Blu burner? If so, I’d simply grab a cheap pack of 25GB blanks and burn a menuless Blu-ray movie folder structure & be good to go. TSmuxer spits those right out easy as pie.

I always buy spindles (50 count) of Optical Quantum 25GB 6x logo top. Runs me around $27 and they’re very great quality if you store them correctly. Have always made sure to use Verification/Verify with IMGBurn and burns in about 30 minutes. After I create an ISO from the Blu-ray disc folder with IMGBurn, I re-use IMGBurn to just burn the disc. BDRebuilder helps too if you don’t want a BD50, unnecessary audio/subtitle tracks which some fan preservationists and fan edits have.

I have a Blu-ray burner, but I’m kind of broke at the moment. I wanted to buy a blank Blu-ray disc or two and burn it on there, but as I said I don’t have money. I ended up converting the whole movie to an 8gb mp4 file. It kept the subtitles, but when I burned it to a DVD I guess the program I was using doesn’t recognize subtitles. Oh well it works for now. I’ll figure it out later.

Thanks for the ideas guys. I’ll have to re-read when I try later because to me it’s a bit confusing. lol

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#1112629
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Stephen King's IT (1990) - Original two-part version! [RELEASED]
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The UHD disc format, still Blu-ray disc but different 0 and 1, uses HEVC/H.265 for the video codec and uses a better compression algorithm. AVC is H.264 and is widely used on Blu-ray disc amongst other digital formats.
The Blu-ray disc released by WB for Stephen King’s IT (1990) uses the AVC codec. As obviously stated in this thread it’s the edited 187 minute version compared to unedited sans commercials as was broadcast.

Well the PS4 plays Blu-Rays, but idk about HEVC. I would imagine so.

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#1109343
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Stephen King's IT (1990) - Original two-part version! [RELEASED]
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TheHutt said:

Animeman1000 said:

Would you be willing to make it two parts for people like me who might want it? Especially if I want to burn it on a DVD for personal use. I can’t really with a 22gb file. Would be greatly appreciated. If not, it’s fine. I’ll stick with what I have.
Great work man. Thanks!!

No, no such thing is planned.
However, you can just take MKVtoolnix, load the MKV file into MKVtoolnix GUI and specify the following:

Tab: Output
Split mode: After specific timecodes
Timecodes: 01:35:22.645

This will split the MKV into two at the exact location of the Part 1/2 split.

Damn. Doing it myself is such a pain. 😕
I usually fuck it up somehow.
Alrighty then.

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#1109101
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Stephen King's IT (1990) - Original two-part version! [RELEASED]
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Would you be willing to make it two parts for people like me who might want it? Especially if I want to burn it on a DVD for personal use. I can’t really with a 22gb file. Would be greatly appreciated. If not, it’s fine. I’ll stick with what I have.
Great work man. Thanks!!

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#1104338
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Stephen King's IT (1990) - Original two-part version! [RELEASED]
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Guten Abend.
Is this project still being updated? I’ve never watched IT and have been looking for the original 2 part-er everywhere with no luck. I can’t even locate the 2 VHS tapes from the original release to buy.
I would LOVE to download and watch this version before watching the new film. 😃

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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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That_OT_Ruler said:

Hey Harmy, how would you recommend burning the movies on a blu-ray disc? Do I burn the MKV to a BD disc or what? I have a BD burner and the 18 GB mkv, so what do I do? What do you recommend?

I think the easiest way would be to download the AVCHD which comes with a RAR file and an ISO file. Then just burn the ISO file to a Blu-Ray disk? IDK. I don’t own a Blu-Ray burner. This is just my thought.

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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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Harmy said:

Well, I’d be like: “Oh, you want to watch the SE versions? Good for you guys, have fun, I’m going home to watch the real movies and I’ll see you at the cinema.” 😄

I no haz car. I take bus. It’s easier to go to his place. So while they’re watching the lame versions I’ll be in another room watching your versions. Then the next day we all go to the theater to watch The Force Awakens.

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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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Me and my friends are having a Star Wars Marathon on Monday then Tuesday we’re watching the Force Awakens.
CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT NOT OF THESE LOSERS WANNA WATCH THE DESPECIALIZED EDITIONS AND WOULD RATHER WATCH THE SPECIAL EDITIONS!?
What is this world coming to!!???
:’(

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#887138
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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Harmy said:

So, after watching the whole Despecialized trilogy this week, I saw that ROTJ and ESB v2.0 are already far ahead of SW v2.5, which has a lot of issues in comparison.

So here’s the new plan:

I decided that for v2.0 of ROTJ, I will only make the most necessary fixes from the workprint, so that I can have a official final 2.0 version soon to finally replace the comparatively subpar v1.0.

And then I will make v2.5 versions of both rather quickly with only minor fixes (kind of like what SW v2.5 actually did for v2.1) so that the entire trilogy is on the same version and so the difference between v2.5 of SW and the other two isn’t even more huge.

And then I will start working on v3.0 of the entire trilogy, because SW really needs it and the other two are already pretty close to what I’d consider as good as Despecialized is ever going to get (and will be even more so in v2.5) but can be improved with a little extra love.

Nice!! Can’t wait. 😃

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