It was bound to become a problem sooner or later, people have been selling illegal copies of “song of the south” and “the keep” for the same old profit based rule supply and demand. Unfortunately there’s not a whole lot that we can do about it though.
We’d be more interested if it was a smaller file that doesn’t take up like a 1/4th of hard-drive space.
I wasn’t talking about the uncompressed version, this will fit onto a single layer bluray, although I might make an even smaller version for avchd discs at some point.
Sita Sings the Blues is 2008 independent animated feature by Nina Paley. The dvd sound is stereo and near as I can find the only surround sound version is in 35mm. The best bluray compatible download at present is 1080x1440p mpeg2.
Fortunately, the film’s creator has generously made the working materials needed available for anyone to work with. This version will feature a fresh encode at 1080x1920 h264 from a 210 gigabyte master and both stereo and surround mixes.
Anyone interested? If so I’ll upload it.
epson xp-630 for me, it’s bit of an ink eater though.
what a load of badly written pointless dribble. I haven’t heard anyone praise the prequels since they came out, and then it was the same crowd who could watch a movie in black and white. Now some of my friend who were going on about how great they were then, won’t even consider watching them.
thanks good stuff, I’ll let you know when I get it working, sita sings the blues could use a 10th anniverary update like this.
trying to come up with some programs to create a lossless audio track from 6 .wav files(16bit) each. I can get it working with ac3 from audacity but lossless doesn’t work after muxing it into the movie with mkvmerge. What programs do you use?
It would fun to do, last I checked there’s not much stopping people from making documentaries about movies, I think that would be considered fair use?
I guess that explain why we don’t see very many rodians in that movie, they’ve all been chopped up by soylent corp.
originally it looked like chinese cabbage and other fairly normal food. IN the force awakens they eat soylent green.
just as batman? robert lowery
As bruce wayne? lewis wilson
best as both? probably christian bale
we used to call it deep space slime, only thing redeeming about that show was quark and odo’s amusing antics.
I think the only way disney is going to do anything is if original trilogy fans decided to become a left-wing-style activist group of some kind, then they’ll bend over a lightsaber to release it.
George isn’t going to last forever, and while Kathleen Kennedy owes him her entire career and is forever in his pocket, she’s probably going to be gone too with time. What she must have like 50 years left in her? Have some patience, jeez. Set your clocks for 2070 you guys, that’s the date. You just gotta wait, it’s definitely coming. They’re just holding out on us for the 80th anniversary. Maybe the 100th. I can’t believe anyone would think it won’t ever happen.
yeah, theoretically by the 100th anniversary the copyright will have expired and it’ll be public domain. Then there will be dozens of different releases. Too bad half of us will be dead by then.
a decent printer with disc printing ability doesn’t cost hundreds of dollars my epson xp-630 was only about $140. there are probably other photo printers for less than that, it’s a common feature on photo printers.
archive.org would be a good place to set up a download page for this.
those green crackers, what Charlton Heston film does that that remind me of?
what programs are available to do this efficiently without paying through the nose? the purpose here is to deal with some hue issues of the Muppet Classic Theater VHS, some minor shifts around the top of the screen, any suggestions?
I saw an hdtv rip of it for download awhile ago but didn’t get it. it was coming to bluray,
here it is listed as Early 2017.
I wasn’t sure where to post this topic but here it is. I’m planning to brew some ale for the star wars anniversary. I can brew virtually any ale, but I need any references to go on, color, strength, anything, any information at all about it from would be helpful. If there’s any other star wars ales I don’t know of let me know. Thanks.
anyone know of any shirley temple films in HD aside from fort apache, which only made bluray because of john wayne?
good point, i don’t think it was politically correct unil the TNG and later era, another one would be the money issue and it’s potentially communist implications, Gene would never have been able to pull that off when star trek was invented in the sixties during the cold war environment.
they altered the exorcist? is there a breakdown of the changes? it’s been awhile since ive seen it.
these are just my favorites
Born Free, limited edition bluray
long John silver Return to Treasure island, widescreen edition
Beneath the 12 mile reef, fox archive edition
The New Barbarians, bluray
The Brain that wouldn’t die, Bluray
Space Rangers, dvd
Captian Z-ro, dvd