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#1405631
Topic
<strong>Star Wars (1977)</strong> - 'Behind The Scenes / Making Of' <strong>images</strong> thread
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ZkinandBonez said:

benduwan said:

is there a hd version from “the making of star wars” available?
the same from the empire making of´s…

TN1’s working on a restoration of a 16mm print of “The Making of Star Wars”, but as for right now there’s only an upscale version available. They’re also working on a 16mm print of “SPFX: The Empire Strikes Back.”

Do you know how to get a hold of the “The Making of Star Wars” Upscale I cannot seem to find it… THANKS

Word to the Spookies!

RiK

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#1405094
Topic
PROJECT EWOK: Caravan of Courage &amp; The Battle for Endor 1080p Blu-Ray covers v.1
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swornerd said:

Curious if you can make a dual one that has both movies on the cover and disc art I am working on my own version the blu ray disc will have both movies on it. Kinda Like the DVD COVER.

So sorry but that would be a negative. You could download the scan of the DVD cover and tweak it make it fit a Blu-ray case.

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#1381720
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Rikter's Guide: How to burn a DVD with a DVD-rom folder (or other folders)
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agr1170 said:

Im tryin to burn Harmys SW to dvd and its a m2ts file, which i am not familar with, I used nero and was just testing to see if it would work and burned it on a single layer dvd and all that burned was sound and only burned on a small portion of the dvd, i have a dual layer burner but before i waste a dual layer dvd i want to make sure im doing this right, any help?

Issue = A M2TS file is a unauthored Blu-ray format but it if the 7GB files your going to want to burn the disc as a AVCHD.

Question - Did you download the folders? If so you’ll need to just drag an drop the folders into ImgBurn under the build option and burn away.

https://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/burn_avchd_with_imgburn.cfm

BURN HAPPY!

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#1381434
Topic
Info &amp; Releases: The Un-Official Dark Jedi Laserdisc Preservation Mega-Thread
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I know that this is a REALLY old thread but I found my Dark Jedi DVD’s that have been in hiding for 10+ years!

I’ll start uploading the sets I have to “the organ” site.

Long live Dark Jedi!

FIRST UP

Jedi/Feta Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition (4 inc Bonus DVD)
Source - 1997 US NTSC Special Edition set

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#1378886
Topic
Yet another Holiday Special cover.
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Oswarez said:

So I made myself a Blu Ray of the Holiday Special, with a bunch of extras that I found online and of course I needed a cover for it. I also finally found the best copy so far I’ve seen of the original TV guide ad, still low res as hell but usable.

https://imgur.com/V71Xqjz

I have upload Oswarez BD25 to the organ site this morning!!!

Word to the Spookies!

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#1365595
Topic
Project 4K83 by Team Negative 1 - Blu-ray cover art for 4K83 1080p DNR v1.1
Time

Hey Gang!

This is the cover I just finished for Team Negative 1’s 4K83 35mm restoration. The specifications are for the 4K83 1080p DNR v1.1 ISO. I took inspiration from other covers but as always I try not to make them look like the retail versions. 4K80 is almost done just waiting for the release.

If you spot any errors please post here and I’ll correct them ASAP!

Word to the Spookies!
RiK

Samples…

4K83 1080p DNR v1.1 cover & disc


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#1363622
Topic
Project 4K77 by Team Negative 1 - Blu-ray cover art for 4K77 1080p DNR v1.1
Time

Hey Gang!

This is the cover I just finished for Team Negative 1’s 4K77 35mm restoration. The specifications are for the 4K77 1080p DNR v1.1 ISO. I took inspiration from other covers but as always I try not to make them look like the retail versions. 4K80 and 4K83 are coming soon

If you spot any errors please post here and I’ll correct them ASAP!

Word to the Spookies!
RiK

Samples…

4K77 1080p DNR v1.1 cover & disc (coming soon)


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#1363415
Topic
4K77 - Released
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billy14749 said:

First of all - The work you all have done and time spent on this is mind blowing. Not sure if a high-five or “awesome job” offers the proper amount of affirmation. On the UHD - burning/playing; strictly for the purpose of assembling a DEED collection I purchased a Blu-ray burner and made it capable for user friendly UHD burning and playing in standalone UHD players. Man, I even bought a Canon Pixma printer to print on the discs.(been obsessed lately). Anyway, I’ve created discs of Harmy’s and the 4Kxx 1080p versions. I’ve paused on the UHD versions due to confusing information out there on burning and playing the UHD made at home discs. I have XL Blu-rays ready to use. Can you expand on what you were mentioning about the burning and play-ability of UHD discs? I created ISO’s of the 4K versions using tsMuxer. What hiccups or speed bumps/roadblocks could I run into either burning the 4K iso’s of 77/83 and playing them via a player?

Billy

Same situation I’d also like to know if anyone as actually burned and played a 4K BD100.