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Harmy's STAR WARS Respecialized Edition '97 - AVCHD and MKV now out! — Page 14

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Handman said:

I can see why you’d want Empire '97, but I can’t for the life of me think of why you’d want Jedi '97.

No Hayden? Shorter victory celebration? Completionism?

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Darth Lucas said:

Handman said:

I can see why you’d want Empire '97, but I can’t for the life of me think of why you’d want Jedi '97.

No Hayden? Shorter victory celebration? Completionism?

Completionism, yeah sure, but I never want to sit through Jedi Rocks ever again.

“After a time, you may find that having, is not so pleasing a thing after all, as wanting. It is not logical, but it is often true.” - Spock

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So This Is Harmy’s STAR WARS Respecialized Edition '97, But What About Harmy’s STAR WARS Respecialized Edition '97 v2.0, Harmy’s THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK Respecialized Edition '97, & Harmy’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Respecialized Edition '97, I Hope Harmy Can Make Them

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BrightestDayFan2814 said:

So This Is Harmy’s STAR WARS Respecialized Edition '97, But What About Harmy’s STAR WARS Respecialized Edition '97 v2.0, Harmy’s THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK Respecialized Edition '97, & Harmy’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Respecialized Edition '97, I Hope Harmy Can Make Them

Adywan has done a “The Empire Strikes Back 1997 Special Edition” which might be worth getting. Don’t know of any RotJ 1997 Special Edition HD preservations/restorations though.

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alloneword said:

Adywan has done a “The Empire Strikes Back 1997 Special Edition” which might be worth getting.

I’ve been looking for this version, but all I could find was his ESB:Revisited.

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Chris358cp said:

alloneword said:

Adywan has done a “The Empire Strikes Back 1997 Special Edition” which might be worth getting.

I’ve been looking for this version, but all I could find was his ESB:Revisited.

I’m not sure how or where you’re searching for it but if you simply search “Adywan”, you should be able to find it. There’s a 14gb version and a 8gb version. They may not be obviously labelled as the 1997 SE’s so best read the file descriptions.

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Of the 4 usenet search engines I’ve tried, the 8 GB and 14 GB versions of Adywan’s 1997 ESB only seem to show up under NZBKing. This site’s NZB files changed format for some reason a year or two ago immediately after their servers crashed for a few days, and ever since then my usenet software (alt.binz 3.94 - free and portable) hasn’t pulled in their data correctly whether the file was uploaded before or after the crash. It seems to think the individual rar file sizes are only 250 kB, for example.

You may have better luck with more up to date software. As for a news server, free-usenet is great albeit slow.

Bluto

JEDIT: I’ve just tested these popular newsreaders for Usenet: NZBGet and SABnzbd. Both are also free, and have the advantage of being fully compatible with NZBKing as well as more user friendly than alt.binz.

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Hello. I’m just wondering if you have to own the official Blu-Ray release of the original trilogy to get the Respecialized Edition '97, just like in the case of the Despecialized Edition. Thank you.

P.S. Can’t wait for the Respecialized Edition '97 of both The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. I’m kinda excited for those.

UncutIsSuperior

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On this subject, folks…now that Disney owns Fox, there is a small, small chance that the 2020 reissue of the classic six films will bear the Fox opening logo.

As we know, the digital versions of all original six episodes (except Episode IV) do not have the Fox logo at the beginning, and the end title music to EMPIRE tracked onto the Lucasfilm logo.

It is important that every fan-made restoration of the original films should include the opening Fox logo in order to preserve the integrity of the original presentations.

Harmy, I hope you get this.

“Hear you nothing that I say?”
-Yoda

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Harmy understands this, the 20th Century Fox logo is present on all Despecialized Editions.