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#1520529
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 - MKV (Released)
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AdmiralWasabi10191 said:

popmac said:

Sorry if this has been brought up before, trying to find stuff in the 680 pages is difficult…

Lost a hard drive recently so I just redownloaded all the despecialized editions. Trying to save some space for now so I’m stripping out audio files I don’t care about, but the audio tracks don’t match up with the list here. For example, instead of track one being 5.1 and track two being stereo, both track one and two are showing as 5.1…

I don’t have a surround sound setup to see if this is just a weird mislabel/misreading from the software. Can anybody confirm what the audio tracks actually are?

Use MediaInfo.

That doesn’t really help. It confirms what the other programs say - tracks one and two are six channels, and also that rest of the tracks are out of order compared to whats listed in the first post (for example, Harmys first post says track 15 is Hungarian, according to MediaInfo track 15 Japanese)

So thats way off. The english ones all just say 2.0 english - how do I know whats 1993 laserdisc, 1985 laserdisc, 1977 35mm stereo, etc?

Edit: ahh okay, I see the problem. Main post says 2.7 is out, but all the audio info is for 2.5… 2.7 (if I’m understanding correctly) is regraded 2.6, with additional audio tracks added and some removed… but no info - at least not in the first post - of whats what. So i guess I have to dig through another 46 pages of this and hope somebody has info https://originaltrilogy.com/topic/Harmys-Despecialized-Star-Wars-1977-Color-Adjustment-Project-for-v27-released/id/48257

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#1519983
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Harmy's STAR WARS Despecialized Edition HD - V2.7 - MKV (Released)
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Sorry if this has been brought up before, trying to find stuff in the 680 pages is difficult…

Lost a hard drive recently so I just redownloaded all the despecialized editions. Trying to save some space for now so I’m stripping out audio files I don’t care about, but the audio tracks don’t match up with the list here. For example, instead of track one being 5.1 and track two being stereo, both track one and two are showing as 5.1…

I don’t have a surround sound setup to see if this is just a weird mislabel/misreading from the software. Can anybody confirm what the audio tracks actually are?