I’m a little surprised that, yesterday being Father’s Day and all, nobody mentioned needing it for a present for thier dads.
Did you remove the editable PDF’s? When I click your link, no files are appearing. Thank you!
Everything is still there. Are you clicking the right link? This one?:
It’s not a direct download link. It leads to folders with cover art files inside them
Also, do you think you might remove the quoted part of your question? The reappearance of the phildesfr’s entire first post kinda clutters the thread.
Thanks, and welcome to the forum! 😃
Doesn’t seem so redundant when you consider how many different color regrades of the actual films there are floating about. 😉
Would the guide to the multi-rar version be found in the intro guide?
The “How-To Guide”, so to speak is here:
Ultimate Introductory Guide
The link to the page with all the links you need for for downloading is here:
Multi RAR Download Links
My question is, has anyone successfully downloaded the movie through an app on their phones and been able to view the movie? Or am I better off doing it through a computer?
Welcome to the forum!
First off, I’ve noticed that the manual download version tends to to be more problematic for people than the multi-rar version. If all else below fails, I’d try downloading it instead.
That said, sticking with what you already have, in my humble opinion, you’ll be much better off extracting the file on a laptop or desktop computer. My experience is that they still handle extraction of large files a lot better than mobile devices. Once that is done, you’ll have the film as a really big MKV file.
Now, it can be a bit of a headache to try to play an MKV file on a phone.
However, if that’s a problem, there’s still a pretty simple way around it. If the computer you use to extract the MKV is a Windows machine, there is a free program called “Kirara”. (I don’t know if it will work on a Mac.) What it does is to change the MVK container to MP4. It’s very quick, because it doesn’t have to re-encode the file. More like taking a book out of a dust jacket and putting it into a different cover, rather than re-writing the book.
Once that’s done, it will be in an MP4 format that’s pretty easy for most phones to read. Just transfer the finished file back to the phone with a USB cable.
The link below will get you to the download page for “Kirara”. The link you want on that page will be near the top of the page, between two banners. Ignore the stuff about “ShanaEncoder” below it.
Here’s the link to the software download page.
And here’s a good Kirara tutorial video.
Best of luck!
I have had good experience with a Pioneer BDR-XD05S drive
Here’s the manufacturer’s website.
And if you click “Specs” at the bottom of the page, then “Other Specifications” (the 5th of 6 options) at the left, it takes you to a graph labeled as such. In the lower right box of the graph, it lists Windows Vista as a supported operating system.
Do you have any USB 3.0 ports? If not, you may need to have two USB 2.0 ports available. You can look at some of the specifics on page 9 of the manual.
Ah, OK. Nevermind.
If the “Despecializers” won’t have a use for it, then disregard.
Perhaps something could be set up where multiple users chip in to cover the cost. Like when Harmy needed some help with the licence renewal of some video editing software.
Since the site update some time ago, the topic page navigation bar has been gone from the top of the first pages. This makes it clunky to jump to a certain page (or the last page) of a thread with a long first post. This is because the navigation bar can only be found by scrolling to the middle of the screen.
Is there a reason that it’s been removed from the first pages? Because I’d love to see it return to its position at the top of the initial thread post as well as the end of it and the top of other pages.
That’s cool. Thanks anyway!
Cool. If the 25 Gig versions are available outside of torrents, and you wouldn’t mind doing so, could you send me that information as well via a PM?
I don’t think I’ll be interested in saving copies for myself, but if someone else asks about a 25 Gig version, I’ll be able to point them in the right direction.
Thanks in advance.
And btw, you don’t need to worry about my believing you own official blu-rays. I’ll take your word for it.
Don’t get me wrong, it is very important that you do own official copies. But when people ask for help, unless I have reason not too, I give them the benefit of the doubt. 😃
Welcome to the forum!
The 25GB versions will probably be a lot harder to track down.
But you don’t have to buy a whole stack of 50GB discs just to get the 4 you need for NJVC’S set. I got mine by purchasing only 10 for about $25 at
this ebay listing.
I would recommend that seller based on my own experience. They saved me from having to buy a 25 or 50 pack.
Here is another very affordable listing. Though I haven’t purchased from them before personally, I would assume they would also be a good source.
You still will have a few extra discs, but that will also give you some breathing room in case of burn errors.
Best of luck!
Let’s take it step by step.
First, are you using the official uloz.to links provided in the guide at the link below?:
If so, what method are you using to download them?
Do you know how to compare checksums? I have SHA-1 checksums of those rars when they are confirmed working. I can send you that info via PM if it would be useful.
If all else fails, I have alternative mega.nz links to any of the parts to the ROTJ 2.5 MKV that I can also PM you if you like.
(Edit: Posted before I saw Bluto’s response)
I’ve got a list of SHA-1 hashes of rar files for the ESB 2.0 MKV that extracted without error.
If you are using a PC, you can use this Checksum Compare Program to generate SHA-1 hashes of all your files if you haven’t already got them. Just make sure to select SHA-1, then select the same directory for both sides of the window. It will obviously say everything matches since you are comparing the directory to itself, but it’s a quick way to get a copy-able list of checksums of the files you have.
I will PM you my list of SHA-1 hashes.
You can then use the list comparing site “https://www.quickdiff.com/” to compare my list of hashes with yours. Any differences would mean there is something wrong with your copy of the file from which the erroneous hash was generated, and a fresh download of the file(s) in question will likely fix the problem.
Hope it helps!
Have you tried using Leawo Media Player?
Even though VLC is my go to program for playing just about anything else, I’ve had better luck playing the ISO files with Leawo, and it’s free as well.
Windows version here.
Mac version here.
May I toss my hat in the ring for this PM from you as well?
Sure, sorry about the delay. I’ve been ill the last week or so. PM on the way.
I could be wrong, but my understanding is that he is like me, just a fan who wanted to help make the DEEDS more available and put up a guide to help. I don’t think he was involved in the actual reconstruction.
LordZerome1080, very few, if any, of the members here will know any more than you do.
Besides, even if we did, it would not be ok to give that information out online.
I like the flow of lines in your design, but it seems a little odd to have a picture of Vader with a Rebel Logo over his face.
Wonder if there is another way you could use the Rebel logo, either by putting it on the back with the Empire logo, or perhaps bringing it down a bit and include both on the front?
Could someone please tell me if there is a version of despecialized for mobile? I would like to be able to take those editions with me on the go.
You can also just change the MKV file container to MP4 with a tool called “Kirara”.
Here’s a spot to download Kirara software.
(Use the link that says “Download Kirara125.exe here [51.6MB]”
It’s near the top of the page, between the two ad banners. Ignore the stuff about ShanaEncoder farther down.)
And here’s a youtube video showing how to use it that’s pretty easy to follow.
Since the video and audio streams don’t need to be re-encoded, there’s less loss of quality and it takes much less time.
Sorry, no, that’s all I have. And you seem to have already found the alternative sources for SWR, PE, and WOTS:I&II that I’d have suggested. But you’re always welcome to try posting on other threads or messaging other users here to see if anyone else can help.
You are very welcome, breffasst!
Let us know if you need any help figuring out anything else.
Hi I want to help spanish spoken people and I wanna make a spanish the of the guide, whom do I need to contact?
Do you mean a Spanish version of this guide?
I guess HanDuet would be a good place to start, since he was the author.
I guess you are attempting to use the “Uloz.to Manual Download” method? From what I’ve seen, that method has always been a little buggy.
For what it’s worth, I recommend using the “Multipart RAR Download” method. Seems like people run into fewer problems with it, and you get the same product in the end result.
The guide with links to the rars for that is here:
Welcome to the forum!
Just so you know, there’s a different thread for reporting bootlegs. That is here.
And thanks for speaking up!