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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 - MKV (Released)

Hey folks.

This is probably the dumbest question you ever had to field and I think I already know the answer, but I don’t want to plough on ahead and do it only to discover I really did need them.

After you have extracted all the files and made the .mkv file of the respective despecialised version of the movie you are working with, must you hold onto the .rar files or is it safe to delete them? I’ve been holding onto them, but my gut says they are no longer needed and are now just hogging space on my HD. So can I delete the .rars and just hold onto the .mkv files?

Cheers the help.

#StarWars4D (A New Hope with a pop music soundtrack) (Released)

Hahaha, just watched it. That is too funny.

You’ve inspired our household.

Today we were discussing it further.


When you meet Lando for the 1st time, either:

Right Said Fred: I’m too Sexy or
Prince: Sexy MF


Just as Leia starts to strangle Jabba:
Timmy Mallet: Itsy bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini


The first time you see Anakin on screen

Chesney Hawkes: I am the one and only

Anakin lying in bits on Mustafar: Bowie, Changes

#StarWars4D (A New Hope with a pop music soundtrack) (Released)

Hahaha, this so much fun.

Gotta ask, but what O(+> Prince Track are you gonna use.

For Empire

You could have O(+> Prince’s: Daddy Pop in the “I am your father” scene. Totally alters the mood, but would be fun.

and for Dagobah training it would have to Eye of the Tiger

Loved both Vimeo clips, but the Jawwa one worked best of the two.

Return of the Jedi: The Destiny Edition v1.0 | Theatrical Reconstruction in 4K (Released)

I’m blown away by the folks on here. A couple of months ago I never knew that anyone was trying to preserve the holy trilogy in all its original glory. I thought it lost to time, never to see the light of day again. Then by chance on twitter I found out about the 4KXX project, which led me here.

When I got here, I learned that there are multiple projects on the go. In the last week I managed to get my head round and follow the crumbs to get a hold of Harmys Despecialised editions. Not seen them yet though, as I promised my lad we would watch them together with him. But just my luck, the week I figure it out, he is snowed under with project work at Uni.

Whilst following the crummbs to figure out how to access the 4KXX versions so I can compare and decide what version I would lean into as my goto, I discover this project as well. Damn you folks are dedicated and my mind blown as to how much talent and time is involved and being devoted to preserving the movies I grew up with.

Kudos to you folks, kudos!

Info Wanted: Star Wars 4k77? More info please...

Hey there.

I was today years old when I discovered that various teams are in the process of restoring the OT to how we saw it when it first came out. It was the 4K77 project that was brought to my attention (on twitter) and I see that with that forum you mention you need to be invited, so that you can register with it. Do you know how to go about getting an invite?


❕ <strong>Welcome to the |</strong> Introduce yourself in here | <strong>Useful info within</strong> ❕

Hey all

Don’t really use forums anymore, but I just found out on twitter that various people/groups are/have been working on restoring The Holy Trilogy to its original glory. In particular it was the 4K77 project I heard about and from reading their blog realised that various people have been restoring it to its proper theatrical glory.

Grew up watching SW as a kid. In fact I literally burned through several VHS copies of A New Hope over the years, as I would pop it into the player just about every day, as soon as I got home from school, which meant that each Xmas I had to record a new one off of the TV as the tape was just about dead by the time it screened again that year.

Still got my VHS copies of the OT from the last release before they were massacred by Lucas, although I no longer have a player to watch them on.