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one69chev

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#1113691
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Post in this thread to request an invite to MySpleen.org (you <em>MUST</em> read the first post) UPDATE 10/17 There are NO MySpleen invites being given out at this time.
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While I completely understand your frustration, buying/supporting bootlegs and pirated copies is never the answer; that reality is what caused NJCV to remove the Mega links in the first place, so to perpetuate that just to get the ISOs is just not a good idea. As was previously mentioned, none of us actually have any direct ties to spleen so we can’t speak to the reasons and length of time for the current invite embargo, we just have to live with the consequences like everyone else.
Perhaps there will be another solution in the future, but either way, patience and cooperation will be a much bigger benefit to the community than buying pirated materials.

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#1111823
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Last movie seen
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Logan Noir. An awesome take on the original film and very powerful in black and white. 8.5/10

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#1111391
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Last comic read
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I would have to disagree in one lone example…New 52 Batman was consistently the best book DC offered and iscwell worth checking out. But other than that, you’re 100% correct.

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#1109767
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Star Wars Despecialized Editions - Custom Bluray Set
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It is true that VLC cannot play commercially available Blu rays, I verified that today with The Hobbit, but in a pinch, it can be used to play the individual files in an iso if there are no other options. Personally, I typically use Powerdvd whenever I want to play a Blu ray, but use VLC for pretty much everything else. However, unfortunately for Bluto, it looks like VLC won’t work for him.

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#1109472
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Star Wars Despecialized Editions - Custom Bluray Set
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Bluto said:

one69chev said:

I have had success in using VLC for iso files, but they need to be mounted to a virtual drive first. After the iso is mounted, if you right click to open, go into the bdmv folder, open stream and then right click the largest file(if there is more than one) and click ‘open with VLC’. It works pretty well.

Thanks for the feedback, one69chev.
Have you tried VLC with NJVC’s ISOs, or with some other ISOs? I’d be interested to know if the NJVC ones work for you. I have mounted them virtually in Windows 10, and tried the following:

  • Open the largest m2ts file with VLC - nothing happens. But the other m2ts files (extras) open fine.
  • Open the mounted drive as a Blu-ray disk in VLC. Menu works fine, extras play ok, but the main movie won’t work. The timer zips forward really fast, but there is no video/audio.

Bluto

Hmm…wierd. I will check it out and see. I am using Windows 7 and have the 25gb versions.

Jedit…so yeah, I picked my 25gb ESB iso, mounted it to virtual drive, clicked the file, in this case #9 and it played with no issues in either audio or video in VLC.

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#1109232
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Indefinite Hiatus
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Bummer brother, I defintely can feel your pain. Hopefully, you will be up and running in short order.

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#1109230
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Star Wars Despecialized Editions - Custom Bluray Set
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I have had success in using VLC for iso files, but they need to be mounted to a virtual drive first. After the iso is mounted, if you right click to open, go into the bdmv folder, open stream and then right click the largest file(if there is more than one) and click ‘open with VLC’. It works pretty well.

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#1108813
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sorry to ask, but where do I find these fan edits?
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Did you read this thread from the beginning? The OP was sent a PM within a few days of his request.

In my experience here, what bothers people the most is when new comers ask previously asked questions without simply reading a few posts to find the info they were searching for. And if it was just a one time thing, people might let it slide, but this happens in virtually every thread related to edits, preservations and etc. The repitive nature of these requests is borderline crazy.

Could this community be a bit nicer to the newbies? Perhaps, but the respect relationship goes both ways and if someone really wants to be a part of this community, I believe they would be welcomed. If a person is just looking to hit and run when they get what they are after, well their stay may not be a pleasant one.

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#1108229
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The Original Trilogy restored from 35mm prints
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LordZerome1080 said:

ZigZig said:

LordZerome1080 said:

How do I get these?

Shame on you

Why shame on me?

Uhhh. Maybe because the guy in charge of the project, who has spent his personal funds and hours of his time trying to get this project completed just shared that a recent medical procedure left him unable to use one of his arms and the only thing you can contribute is to ask…“how can I get these”. That is just a guess tho…

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#1106074
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Last movie seen
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It. The movie tried a bit too hard to be scary at times, but the kid cast worked well together in a Stranger Things sort of way.

3 clowns out of 4 for me…

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