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#897740
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team negative1 - star wars 1977 - 35mm theatrical version (release details and updates)
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I only ask because I asked in April, and got

team_negative1 said:

No, there will not be an intro to the main movie. There will be some trailers as an extra.

Feel free to add whatever intro’s and other parts to it, if you prefer that.

Team Negative1

Again, I’m all for it, it doesn’t take anything away from the movie. I was just curious.

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#897676
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team negative1 - star wars 1977 - 35mm theatrical version (release details and updates)
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I’m sure this has been asked before, but just for curiosity’s sake, are all future releases going to have the Negative-1 logo and the message before the movie starts? Not that I’m against giving credit to the artists, of course, just wondering. Also, is there any chance for somebody to sync the 5.1 mix to this?

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#786481
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Blu-Ray and other HD box size STAR WARS covers
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Zepp1978 said:

Hello, long time lurker who finally decided to register. Figured I'd share others artwork that I used to make my bluray covers set. The inside is ronwlim's criterion set and the outside are from a user named shealambert on Deviant Art. Thanks to both gentlemen for their work.

 Those are really impressive! Two questions: What size blu-ray case do you use, and do you have a link for the art? Never mind, I figured it out

Thanks for sharing!

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#770744
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StarWarsLegacy.com - The Official Thread
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TV's Frink said:

Does it definitely exist?  Is it definitely the OOT?

I thought these were the kinds of questions that the ridiculous 4k thread utterly failed to answer.

 I'm fairly certain it exists, but whether it's the OOT or not is, in mine and Disney's eyes, not important. They have something they can call STAR WARS 4K and, as history would show us, no amount of signatures on a petition will matter to them to such an extent that they would go and get another one just for appeasement's sake.

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#766725
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team negative1 - star wars 1977 - 35mm theatrical version (release details and updates)
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So looking at the first post and another one that's linked to in the first post, reference is made to using the following as the audio mixes:

  • (partially restored) mono mix
  • 35mm theatrical [presumably the stereo mix]
  • 35mm Spanish theatrical
  • 70mm theatrical (recreation)

I don't know if anything's changed for these but if not, my question is: For these tracks, are you using the ones made by users like hairy_hen and belbucus? I just wonder what the post means by "partially restored" and "recreation."

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#766680
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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Okay, now I have the MKV. I tried using ImgBurn and all I got was a disc that wouldn't play on a conventional player, but would, when opened on my computer, act like a data disc with the MKV file for the movie on it, which could then be clicked to open. How do I burn the movie on a disc in a way that will work?  Any help would be appreciated.

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#766596
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 MKV IS OUT NOW
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Darth Lucas said:

SteveE said:

Seems like I downloaded MKV versions of ESB and ANH...but I read somewhere that it's best to get the AVHD version? (unsure if I have the acronym right there)

Which version is best for the intended use to put it on Blu-Ray?

 If u intend to put it on a blu-Ray disc then u have the right version.

 The MKV is best for blu-ray? I thought AVCHD was the .iso that was designed specifically for putting it onto a blu-ray disc. Please correct me if I'm wrong.