That movie was mad sick ass DOPE! I loved it best movie of the summer so far, much less dissapointing than some OTHER movie.... Definitely could tell that Douglas Adams had developed it, just hope there arent sequels that arent his screenplays!
bh001: Clapperboard - The Empire Strikes Back Special
Author: babyhum Video Format: MPEG2/704x576/4x3/PAL/Av.Bitrate 8959kbps Audio Format: Dolby Digital 2.0 256kbps Source: 1982 Betamax recording from analogue terrestrial broadcast Duration: 25m56s Size: 1.73 GB Artwork: No
Originally broadcast in 1980, this edition of Clapperboard (a weekly film show hosted by Chris Kelly on the UK ITV network) was filmed during the Empire Strikes Back exhibition at Selfridges in London (a further exhibition was held at Harrods for Return Of The Jedi in 1983). Interviewed on the programme are Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), David Prowse (Darth Vader) and Brian Johnson (Special Visual Effects).
Source equipment: Sony SL-F25UB video recorder Capture equipment (for digital cleanup in Adobe Premiere): Sony DCR-PC110E Digital Handycam Capture equipment: Panasonic DMR-E100H HDD/DVD Recorder
Originally posted by: Darth Simon Couple questions.
I just got around to puting the EditDroid and Tremors Vol 1 files on dvd but when i try to add the dvdrom folder (for tremors) and the Jacket_P and Content folders (for EditDroid) Nero gives me an error message stating something along the lines of "No compatible file found".
so how do i put these files on the dvd? ive burnt other dvds before but they've all just been vob files so they went in the Video_TS file with no problems, but i dont know how to burn these other files.
Simon try this
1) set up nero to burn a DVD-video / IF you use Nero Express switch to Nero Burning Rom by clicking the little burn icon on the bottom of the control panel right between the ? mark (help) button and the MORE>> button
2) You should now have NERO BURNING ROM Open
3) Now on your left hand side (under DVDVideo1_DVD then below in the dialogue box) you should see a silver disc icon then branched under it an AUDIO_TS and then under that a VIDEO_TS
4) Just drag the DVD files into the VIDEO_TS folder THEN UNDER the VIDEO_TS folder drag and drop whatever folder you want to add (be it a Content folder, DVD-rom folder or whatever folder)