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Prog5000

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16-Aug-2017
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#592921
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 - MKV (Released)
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Harmy said:

The official AVCHD version should be available in about a week. This version will be encoded from the lossless source used to make the MKV, using a meticulously crafted script fitted directly to the needs of this particular film and will produce quality that simply cannot be matched by some one click automated software (if you don't believe me look at the video quality - not colour and such but detail and compression- difference between v1.0 and v2.0: 90% of that difference is due to a better encoding process; The better source is only like 10% of what makes the quality better).

The situation is very similar with Chewtobacca's DVD5 - no automated one-click software can hope to match it in quality.

Please consider this before doing your own re-encodes.

I'll wait. 

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#545232
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Help: looking for... a Return of the Jedi edit with only the ending changed?
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darth_ender said:

I can think of two solutions:

Solution 1: Someone with minimal skill (including myself) could probably make this change.  That includes Prog5000, I assume.

Solution 2: Get Dark_Jedi's V3 and one of the many '97 SE versions recently made available.  Watch DJ's up till you see Luke about to set his dad's corpse aflame.  Press the eject button on your DVD player.  Remove V3 and insert '97 SE.  Use the menu selections to find the scene you are looking for.  Press play, and watch from there.  It takes slightly more time, but it's probably faster than going through the trouble of editing a film for a 90 second clip right at the end. 

Your not far off, usually a youtube clip for me.