that would be great!
i just did a simple 2DVD>1DVD conversion (de-interlaced, PCM>AC3) on linux with avidemux... are these screens from my 1DVD or the source 2DVD?
yes. DL at myspleen.
mono remasters are sounding pretty good...
i bit more blurry than other laserdisc transfers, but very watchable and enjoyable. yes - from laserdisc.
saw lawrence of arabia in 70mm at the cinerama in seattle in recent years, so that shit is still goin' on.
(and was AMAZING by the way)
is that lowercase Dayv related to uppercase DAYV in any way?
there are also healthy torrents where the demons roam.
are y'all really asking about the original THX from laserdisc???
rikter released this years ago and it is still available via torrents
yeah. will have to check the mono remasters for sure.
sounds like a paradox for sure.
the mono mixes are defnitely the set to get, btw.
comparisons between dr. ebbets mono mixes will be inevitable...
why not just download 1 album and compare? or even a few single tracks?
...on my way. thanks throw.
that is indead the deal and you both have PMs with your account info.
RS has a deal going on for cheap RS premium accounts.
I switched to a collector account and cashed in all my points.
if you would like one, PM ME. I have 2 to give out.
your best bet is to get "raid edition" drives, which are designed for more usage regardless if you use them for raid or not (i.e. WD RE3 drive, NOT RE4-GP which is a green/low power model). the seagate 7200.12 drives are good, too, but i wouldn't be surprised if you are opposed to them...
someone should upload this to RS or something.
doesn't besweet use aften? it's pretty good. i just use ffmpeg's ac3 encoder and that turns out good >=224kbps.
i would think entering the exact time to modify would be better than entering in a percentage if you can get down to the milliseconds.
there is leonenut's edit which, imho, works great at adding in extra footage: http://fanedit.org/513/
interested as well.
does anyone have info on this?
this is true. but the problem could INCLUDE corrupt/etc. data on the platters that a new firmware may be able to ignore and boot successfully.