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There is probably a way to do that, but I doubt it would be simple. I had asked something similar about swapping out 2.7 for 2.5, only because of a few color preferences on my part. I never actually got an answer, but I can show you that it isn’t as easy as taking one file out and inserting another. Take a look at the file structure of one of the ISOs that you’d want to adjust.

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You can swap out the video using multiAVCHD. This is the program I used to swap in Harmy’s video track and the DTS audio tracks, after building the blurays in Adobe Encore.

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Hey NJVC! Thanks! Ill give that a try when I can. And thank you for giving me the go ahead to make your projects available outside of torrents once more!

Nice to see you around again!

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I’m having trouble with Star Wars Despecialized 2.7 BD50 Part 59. It continually transfers as corrupted after several attempts. Do you have a fix for this?
Love the work you are doing. Keep it up! 😃

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Hmmm. That’s very strange. I just re-downloaded it from my link to run a hash check on the file posted there and it was fine.

Since it’s just the one file, have you tried downloading just it through your browser?

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Question. I’ve downloaded SW BD50 & BD25 documentaries with no problems. Same with Empire BD50, but the extras on the BD25 are taking about 11-12 HOURS each part. Is this normal? I’ve tried restarting, using different wifi networks, ethernet. Seems odd to me that the docs would take longer than the films.

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solkap said:

Hmmm. That’s very strange. I just re-downloaded it from my link to run a hash check on the file posted there and it was fine.

Since it’s just the one file, have you tried downloading just it through your browser?

I have not. I’ll give that a go. Thanks.

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ronwlim said:

Question. I’ve downloaded SW BD50 & BD25 documentaries with no problems. Same with Empire BD50, but the extras on the BD25 are taking about 11-12 HOURS each part. Is this normal? I’ve tried restarting, using different wifi networks, ethernet. Seems odd to me that the docs would take longer than the films.

Mega is finicky in my experience. Even before I granted public access, certain rars or file groups would be about 4-6 times slower for no reason I was able to discern. And of course, now, there is the issue of bandwidth, because there’s no way to know how many people are trying to access the file at any given moment.

But that said, the kind of slow down you’re describing sounds like the throttling effect that happens when you have downloaded a large amount of data.

Maybe try waiting a day or two to give your isp quota a chance to recharge?

And are you waiting about 6-8 hours between sets of ten files to prevent such throttling in the first place?

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solkap said:
But that said, the kind of slow down you’re describing sounds like the throttling effect that happens when you have downloaded a large amount of data.

Maybe try waiting a day or two to give your isp quota a chance to recharge?

And are you waiting about 6-8 hours between sets of ten files to prevent such throttling in the first place?

That could very well be it. I HAVE been downloading the files in order and since everything was fine until the TESB extras, it could be my ISP throttling my usage. Good call!

I only download during the day though, so I’ve been giving it at LEAST 8 hours rest every night… more during the week since I’m at work during the day. Perhaps they’re throttling based on overall usage?

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If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

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solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

Not ISO’s I think the BDMV files will play I have tested it in the past I just wanted the fancy menus
Avchd files won’t work

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solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have a friend with an Xbox one who was able to confirm this. The BDMV discs I made would not play in his Xbox, but they played just fine in his son’s PS3.

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Just a reminder that there are alternatives to using discs out there (buying the various materials - discs, quality paper, cases, burning the discs - and coasters, printing with all that expensive ink - the mistakes etc)…

The humble USB flash drive may be an option - a fair few blu ray players have a USB port, and more people have a computer next to or near their tv these days…

housed in a nice box or case - or just left on a shelf next to the dvd / blu ray collection - with more alternatives in here:-

http://originaltrilogy.com/topic/A-Star-Wars-USB-Drive-Box-Case-Tape-Tin-Frame-Figure-and-Cover-Thread/id/53879

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Oh sorry HerekittykittyX. TV’s Frink addressed the part of your question that I did not. He was indirectly my source of the files, so the only versions I have are the versions he had which are listed in step 10 of the first post of this thread.

Out of curiosity, where did you hear that the 25 gb version would work and the 50 gb would freeze?

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solkap said:

Out of curiosity, where did you hear that the 25 gb version would work and the 50 gb would freeze?

Probably from those damn Star Wars fans…😀

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Does anyone know how to get their BD-50s to play on PS4s? Whenever I put my disc in the PS4, it says Unrecognized Disc. Do you guys think it is because the videos are in .m2ts file formats?

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solkap said:

Oh sorry HerekittykittyX. TV’s Frink addressed the part of your question that I did not. He was indirectly my source of the files, so the only versions I have are the versions he had which are listed in step 10 of the first post of this thread.

Out of curiosity, where did you hear that the 25 gb version would work and the 50 gb would freeze?

In a YouTube comment section he made a entire video It would freeze up half way through also I torrented the 25gb version is there any chance I could get a strike i didn’t mask my IP

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solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

Update after lots of hours of research Xbox one do allow burned blu-rays https://www.vg247.com/2016/11/04/blu-ray-bd-r-and-bd-re-discs-now-work-on-both-xbox-one-and-xbox-one-s/

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HerekittykittyX said:

solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

Update after lots of hours of research Xbox one do allow burned blu-rays https://www.vg247.com/2016/11/04/blu-ray-bd-r-and-bd-re-discs-now-work-on-both-xbox-one-and-xbox-one-s/

Thanks. Guess that happened quite a while back now.

Also, I made the mistake of looking at the comment section.

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Does anyone know how to get their BD-50s to play on PS4s? Whenever I put my disc in the PS4, it says Unrecognized Disc. Do you guys think it is because the videos are in .m2ts file formats?

If it’s a disc that works in another blu-ray player, it probably means your PS4 has a pickier laser than the other player. I’ve only used Verbatim discs and never had an issue. But lesser quality ones might have problems. My PS4 reads discs burned using the BD50 iso files.

m2ts files are part of the blu-ray video format.

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towne32 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

Update after lots of hours of research Xbox one do allow burned blu-rays https://www.vg247.com/2016/11/04/blu-ray-bd-r-and-bd-re-discs-now-work-on-both-xbox-one-and-xbox-one-s/

Thanks. Guess that happened quite a while back now.

Also, I made the mistake of looking at the comment section.

boxmonkey99 said:

Does anyone know how to get their BD-50s to play on PS4s? Whenever I put my disc in the PS4, it says Unrecognized Disc. Do you guys think it is because the videos are in .m2ts file formats?

If it’s a disc that works in another blu-ray player, it probably means your PS4 has a pickier laser than the other player. I’ve only used Verbatim discs and never had an issue. But lesser quality ones might have problems. My PS4 reads discs burned using the BD50 iso files.

m2ts files are part of the blu-ray video format.

Are you saying my discs are the problem with the PS4 not reading it? Should I buy a different brand like verbatim?

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boxmonkey99 said:

towne32 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

Update after lots of hours of research Xbox one do allow burned blu-rays https://www.vg247.com/2016/11/04/blu-ray-bd-r-and-bd-re-discs-now-work-on-both-xbox-one-and-xbox-one-s/

Thanks. Guess that happened quite a while back now.

Also, I made the mistake of looking at the comment section.

boxmonkey99 said:

Does anyone know how to get their BD-50s to play on PS4s? Whenever I put my disc in the PS4, it says Unrecognized Disc. Do you guys think it is because the videos are in .m2ts file formats?

If it’s a disc that works in another blu-ray player, it probably means your PS4 has a pickier laser than the other player. I’ve only used Verbatim discs and never had an issue. But lesser quality ones might have problems. My PS4 reads discs burned using the BD50 iso files.

m2ts files are part of the blu-ray video format.

Are you saying my discs are the problem with the PS4 not reading it? Should I buy a different brand like verbatim?

If they’re being read by other standalone players and giving you an error that the disc can’t be read, probably. There are occasionally other issues where certain methods of encoding give flickery video on PS4, but not disc read errors.

Verbatim discs are great, and you should pick those up next time either way IMO.

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towne32 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

Update after lots of hours of research Xbox one do allow burned blu-rays https://www.vg247.com/2016/11/04/blu-ray-bd-r-and-bd-re-discs-now-work-on-both-xbox-one-and-xbox-one-s/

Thanks. Guess that happened quite a while back now.

Also, I made the mistake of looking at the comment section.

boxmonkey99 said:

Does anyone know how to get their BD-50s to play on PS4s? Whenever I put my disc in the PS4, it says Unrecognized Disc. Do you guys think it is because the videos are in .m2ts file formats?

If it’s a disc that works in another blu-ray player, it probably means your PS4 has a pickier laser than the other player. I’ve only used Verbatim discs and never had an issue. But lesser quality ones might have problems. My PS4 reads discs burned using the BD50 iso files.

m2ts files are part of the blu-ray video format.

Do you know if the Xbox one can read ISO files burned onto a Blu-ray Disc

My edits
http://originaltrilogy.com/topic/The-Star-Wars-the-clone-wars-the-prequel-trilogy/id/57546

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HerekittykittyX said:

towne32 said:

HerekittykittyX said:

solkap said:

If you are talking about playing the blu-rays on Xbox one, you can’t. According to towne32 X-box Ones are specifically designed to not be able to play burrned media.

I have no idea what their capability for playing ISO files is. Perhaps Towne32 or another member does?

Update after lots of hours of research Xbox one do allow burned blu-rays https://www.vg247.com/2016/11/04/blu-ray-bd-r-and-bd-re-discs-now-work-on-both-xbox-one-and-xbox-one-s/

Thanks. Guess that happened quite a while back now.

Also, I made the mistake of looking at the comment section.

boxmonkey99 said:

Does anyone know how to get their BD-50s to play on PS4s? Whenever I put my disc in the PS4, it says Unrecognized Disc. Do you guys think it is because the videos are in .m2ts file formats?

If it’s a disc that works in another blu-ray player, it probably means your PS4 has a pickier laser than the other player. I’ve only used Verbatim discs and never had an issue. But lesser quality ones might have problems. My PS4 reads discs burned using the BD50 iso files.

m2ts files are part of the blu-ray video format.

Do you know if the Xbox one can read ISO files burned onto a Blu-ray Disc

Yes it can. I have played the DEED on it.

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