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Star Wars Holiday Special - Zion Hybrid v2 — Page 5

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Is it still possible to get a link to the download for this? Thanks in advance.

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Can you send me a link to the download as well? I would be very grateful!

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Likewise for me, if it’s not too much trouble 😄

TIA!

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Aw man, thx for this! the menus are super fun, you made a great job. Thx for sharing.
I love the Boba Fett cartoon!

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I’m sure you did. Your dedication is well appreciated.

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Hey I was wondering if anyone can help me with a download link. Sadly I am not a member of MySpleen, but I would like to get my hands on this project. Thank you.

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How is this version different from the regular version?

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Thank you Zion,
It is great to watch it again.
In 1978 I was 11 years old… It was the French version of it!

You did a very very great job with this edition.
Thank you

John Williams & Star Wars fan !

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Can someone provide me with a link please?

Thanks much in advance!

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I’d also love a link to download this as well - if anyone could be so kind? Thank you in advance.

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Just stumbled across this thread in my search for decent quality rips of the Holiday Special. If download links are still available, I’d love to get ahold of one. Much appreciated!

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Any chance I could get a link?

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Haven’t downloaded it yet, but did Zion replace the clip of Darth Vader and Death Star officer from the VHS with the Blu Ray sourced deleted scene? It’s much higher quality. https://youtu.be/f00IkrWvur4?t=451

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VintageMan94 said:

I Did Stumble Across The YouTube Video That Was In 60FPS and it was The Star Wars Holiday Special.
Link Below
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxtSX1lg8rE

What the hell is that?

<Alexei Sayle>
I mean, I may be a bit stupid, but…
60i to my knowledge does not mean 60 frames per second but 60 fields per second (and 30 frames per second), in the same way the 720i would not mean 720 frames per second…yes?
(jumps around waving arms maniacally and making ridiculous noises and faces)
</Alexei Sayle>

I don’t know who this person is, or what they did to this video, or what their source was exactly (although I can guess), but it looks pretty nice regardless. I’d like to hear from them.

–SKot

Projects:
Return Of The Ewok and Other Short Films (with OCPmovie) [COMPLETED]
Preserving the…cringe…Star Wars Holiday Special [COMPLETED]
The Star Wars TV Commercials Project [DORMANT]
Felix the Cat 1919-1930 early film shorts preservation [ONGOING]
Lights Out! (lost TV anthology shows) [ONGOING]
Iznogoud (1995 animated series) English audio preservation [ONGOING]

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60i (or more accuratly 59.94i) basically means 60 frames of motion crammed into a 30fps signal. The odd lines are recorded first then half a frame later the even lines are recorded and so on and so forth. thanks to magic science stuff that was worked out back in the 50s.

Interlacing doesn’t work well on web video so upscaling a 60i to a 60p preserves all 60 half frames of motion as full frames, giving that nice smooth motion effect. This is what it would have looked like on CRT TVs back in the day.

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Chewielewis said:

60i (or more accuratly 59.94i) basically means 60 frames of motion crammed into a 30fps signal. The odd lines are recorded first then half a frame later the even lines are recorded and so on and so forth. thanks to magic science stuff that was worked out back in the 50s.

Interlacing doesn’t work well on web video so upscaling a 60i to a 60p preserves all 60 half frames of motion as full frames, giving that nice smooth motion effect. This is what it would have looked like on CRT TVs back in the day.

I’m lost. How can something shot at 30 fps (interlaced) run at 60 fps (progressive) without just duplicating every frame?

Edit: nevermind I understand now.

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Also want to know why do people always include the WMAR commercials and not the original WCBS ones.

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Morphzero said:

Also want to know why do people always include the WMAR commercials and not the original WCBS ones.

I believe it’s because the WMAR commercials are in good quality, and it’s not common to find a copy of the WCBS broadcast with commercials in any decent quality.

–SKot

Projects:
Return Of The Ewok and Other Short Films (with OCPmovie) [COMPLETED]
Preserving the…cringe…Star Wars Holiday Special [COMPLETED]
The Star Wars TV Commercials Project [DORMANT]
Felix the Cat 1919-1930 early film shorts preservation [ONGOING]
Lights Out! (lost TV anthology shows) [ONGOING]
Iznogoud (1995 animated series) English audio preservation [ONGOING]