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BZiggyZ

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7-Sep-2011
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2-Nov-2012
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#558809
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Blu-Ray and other HD box size STAR WARS covers
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Cobra Kai said:

BZiggyZ said:

ESF- these are wonderful, thanks!  However, I can't get the file to open on my iMac.  I'm running OSX 10.6.8.  The .rar file tries to open automatically in iPhoto and doesn't recognize the format.  Are the individual jpegs available?

 

download stuffit expander if you dont have it already.  then you'll probably have to set stuffit as the default program for .rar files or you can simply right click on file and select the program manually.

Awesome, thanks!

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#538884
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 - MKV (Released)
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Finally got my discs up and running on my PS3.  Thanks all for the recommendations on using Toast 10 (plus BD plug in) to burn these on my iMac. Piece of cake with the right software.   

Harmy, you are a genius man!  I have never seen these original versions look so good, except perhaps 30 years ago in the theater!

This will keep me plenty satisfied while I wait for the blu-ray set to show up in the $10 bargain bin ;p 

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#535113
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 - MKV (Released)
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ROFLRICK said:

Does anyone have any advice on what I could do to make working ISO's for ANH and ESB?

I'm in the same boat and I think I'm going to end up buying software to get this done; either Toast or RevolverHD.  I did find a thread that talks about how to use UDF 2.50 with the Mac disk utility (OSX 10.5+), but it's a bit too technical for me. 

Post #28 by Nancy A

http://www.ifpic.com/forum/video-authoring/how-burn-avchd-dvd-r-high-definition-br-set-top-playback-92678-3.html