Sign In

THE STAR WARS SAGA - 1080P AVCHD DVD-9 for PS3 & Blu-Ray players - Episodes 1, 4 & 5 available now — Page 59

Author
Time
 (Edited)

Hello Adywan,

Did you ever release the higher bitrate .mkv file of star wars? I can only find Empire.

 

Fez: I am so excited about Star Whores.
Hyde: Fezzy, man, it's Star Wars.
Author
Time

Arnie.d said:

Hello Adywan,

Did you ever release the higher bitrate .mkv file of star wars? I can only find Empire.

 

The answer is on the previous page, but it is no unfortunately.

Author
Time

Chewtobacca said:

Arnie.d said:

Hello Adywan,

Did you ever release the higher bitrate .mkv file of star wars? I can only find Empire.

 

The answer is on the previous page, but it is no unfortunately.

 Well, I started reading the thread from the wrong side then. Thanks for the answer :)

Fez: I am so excited about Star Whores.
Hyde: Fezzy, man, it's Star Wars.
Author
Time

Arnie.d said: Well, I started reading the thread from the wrong side then. Thanks for the answer :)

You are welcome.  As far as I know, the reasons for an mkv of ANH not being released have only recently been discussed, so I am not surprised you did not realize.

Author
Time

In an effort to be as cryptic as possible to avoid offending anyone or break any rules, can anyone seed TPM on TPB?  We're stuck at around 90% for a day or so.  :/

Author
Time

Wow.  Some asshole at Blu-ray.com has actually resorted to calling me a Nazi just because I am for the preservation of the Original Trilogy.

I reminded him that it was George who is actually acting Hitler-esque by revising history and pretending they don't exist.  Sheesh.

Author
Time
 (Edited)

Well it was actually in response to the debate raging there and how the only hope for seeing them in HD is the AVCHD's.

Sorry.

Author
Time
 (Edited)

Ok, well just a reminder that these aren't the OOT - they're the SE with some modifications.

Author
Time

Would someone mind PMing me and telling me where I could get these? Thanks :)

Author
Time

Can someone pls PM the link for the NTSC version of Episode IV? I'm downloading the ANH Revisited, but would dearly love to see the AVCHD version, too!

Thanks in advance!

Dalejamin

Author
Time

There is no NTSC for AVCHD; nonetheless, PM sent. 

Author
Time

Adywan, I know you're very busy with ESB:R but is there any chance you'll do a basic colour corrected 1080p RotJ with Sebastian Shaw's ghost?

It would give us the ability to watch RotJ in HD and with good colour until either RotJ:R or the blu-rays arrive.

Children in the backseat of a car can cause accidents, but accidents in the backseat of a car can cause children.

Author
Time

He's already said he won't be doing anything on ROTJ until ESB:R is done.

You might want to check out Harmy's HD ROTJ in the meantime.

Author
Time

Has anyone been able to test these on a Samsung BD-P3600?

Author
Time

Kurgan said:

Has anyone been able to test these on a Samsung BD-P3600?

My Samsung BD-P3600 played it just fine....they do accept AVCHD if that is what you're asking.

:) 

Author
Time

Are you saying you have burned it on a blu-ray disc?

Author
Time
 (Edited)

Sluggo said:

Are you saying you have burned it on a blu-ray disc?

If you are asking me, the answer is no.  Referencing the title of this thread, I burned an AVCHD DVD9 and I had no issue with the disc I made. 

As long as the disc is burnt properly I don't see any reason why a Blu-Ray disc wouldn't do the same. 

If the question is in reference to compatibility, the Samsung BD-P3600 handles the AVCHD file format on a DVD9 like a champ.  It will also do .MKV file format.  This particular Blu-ray machine is quite versatile....I've been a proud owner ever since it arrived at my home. 

The only thing I don't like is that you can't make it "all-region" for DVD...though there is an "all-region" version of this machine with it's own nice-sized hard drive, it tends to run a bit more expensive and this one wasn't cheap to begin with. 

Chewtobacca said:

There is no NTSC for AVCHD; nonetheless, PM sent. 

I'm watching an NTSC (or at least a Region 0) AVCHD version of this right now....

;)

 

Author
Time
 (Edited)

NTSC and PAL have no meaning outside of standard def.  It's one standard, with uniform size (1920x1080 or 1280x720), and accepts different framerates, whereas PAL is 720x576(?) and 25fps, and NTSC is 720x486 (or 720x480) and 29.97fps.

Region coding is something different entirely.  With Blu-Ray, there's three (Regions A, B, and C), with DVD, there are more, and some are PAL while some are NTSC (I don't know if any DVD regions are SECAM).

Author
Time

@ ChainsawAsh,

Thanks for the clarification on that.  It can sometimes be difficult to follow other members posts because they may not always realize they are answering a question asked by someone who may not know the differences/specs on these things....with all that goes on here...it's just the nature of the beast I suspect.

;)

Author
Time

Jetrell Fo said:

Chewtobacca said:

There is no NTSC for AVCHD; nonetheless, PM sent. 

I'm watching an NTSC (or at least a Region 0) AVCHD version of this right now...  ;)

No; you are not.

Author
Time

Chewtobacca said:

Jetrell Fo said:

Chewtobacca said:

There is no NTSC for AVCHD; nonetheless, PM sent. 

I'm watching an NTSC (or at least a Region 0) AVCHD version of this right now...  ;)

No; you are not.

Chewtobacca,

Thanks for the clarification....I I was obviously mistaken.

;)