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#706074
Topic
Sound Trailer Preservation
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borisanddoris said:

I was actually thinking more along the lines of Dolby, DTS, THX, etc. trailers but if while we're at it, normal trailers would be great.  My dream would be the original theatrical trailer for Pearl Harbor with the music from the Thin Red Line.  It was never released on any format.  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqeitdH5FX0

I've got the DTS trailer disc with the audio on it somewhere.  Getting a better picture would be a little bit more of a problem.  

 

 you might wanna contact bendermac. afaik he has the trailer in high quality. if you say you have the original mix in 5.1, i'm sure you guys can come to arrangement :)

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#703607
Topic
The Audio Preservation Thread
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Movie: An American Werewolf in London
Format: Laserdisc LD 15101-WS
Input Soundtrack: PCM 2.0 Mono 44.1 khz, 16-bit, bit perfect
Output Soundtrack: PCM 2.0 Mono 44.1 khz, 16-bit
Synced To: To be synced
Ripped: Andrea
Notes: Contains the original Theatrical Mono soundtrack, which isn't available on DVD and Blu-ray.

Movie: Full Metal Jacket
Format: Laserdisc NJL-11760
Input Soundtrack: PCM 2.0 Mono 44.1 khz, 16-bit, bit perfect
Output Soundtrack: PCM 2.0 Mono 44.1 khz, 16-bit
Synced To: To be synced
Ripped: Buster D
Notes: Contains the original Theatrical Mono soundtrack, which isn't available on Blu-ray.

Movie: Blade Runner (International Cut)
Format: Laserdisc NJL-20089
Input Soundtrack: PCM 2.0 Dolby Stereo Surround 44.1 khz, 16-bit, bit perfect
Output Soundtrack: PCM 2.0 Dolby Stereo Surround 44.1 khz, 16-bit
Synced To: To be synced
Ripped by: Buster D
Notes: Ripped from Japanese LD. Not Criterion Collection LD

Movie: Carrie
Format: Laserdisc CC1322L
Input Soundtrack: PCM 2.0 Mono 44.1 khz, 16-bit, bit perfect
Output Soundtrack: PCM 2.0 Mono 44.1 khz, 16-bit
Synced To: To be synced
Ripped: Buster D
Notes: DVD & Blu-ray contain the original Mono mix, but only in lossy format. Ripped from Criterion Collection LD

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#703603
Topic
I'm looking for a few LaserDisc Audio Tracks
Time

blade runner international cut (not from the criterion ld) and full metal jacket scratched of the list. well, if blade runner on criterion ld is different in terms of quality, compared the japanese ld audio provided by Buster D, the request for the criterion edition stays open.

nonetheless special thanks to Buster D for sharing :-)

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#703270
Topic
The Abyss - Special Edition (1989) BluRay Project *BD-50* x2 *DELETED*
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_,,,^..^,,,_ said:

The best commercial available version of the Special Edition is the Chinese R6 DVD; anamorphic with 1536kbps DTS; until the BD will be out, or someone will do a new preservation... (^^,)

 that may be. i have to watch in the next days... well, i'll try to do it it. anyway, i still recommend to preserve the laserdisc audio of both cuts. i doubt fox and lightstorm entertainment will include the original dolby stereo mixes.

does anyone have them?

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#699448
Topic
The Abyss - Special Edition (1989) BluRay Project *BD-50* x2 *DELETED*
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Feallan said:

zeropc said:

Stamper said:

The rip of the new HDTV is available on a well known site, in case anyone is interested. Compressed to 2.1gb but still a progress over all previous versions.

 there is also a 14gb version

 On TPB? I don't see it.

 no, not there. i was merely stating that a 14gb version is available.

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#695680
Topic
THX WOW! HD 1080p Lucasfilm Demo Clip Reconstruction 5.1 & dts-HD 6.1
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pjvader said:

digitalfreaknyc said:

pjvader said:


i have done a version 2.0 with the best quality sebastian shaw footage i could find and a 6.1 dts-hd master audio track added

if anyone is interested just let me know and i could post it (you would need a player capable of playing the hd sound tho, i.e. powerdvd, total media theatre or burned to blu)



Is the sync any better on it? With all due respect, it's a bit off in several places.

 ha ha no probs! plays fine here can u pinpoint where its off?

i know "its gonna be close" is a bit out

i had alot of problems with the fact that the 5.1 track was 29.97fps and the blu-ray footage is 23.97fps! 

 the audio went out of sync quit a lot after the second half.

film based dvd 29.97fps and blu-ray 23.976fps shouldn't have any sync issues, besides missing frames, if the dvd video was properly inverses telecined (pulldown removal).

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#695674
Topic
Back to the Future - without DNR & EE (Help Wanted)
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drngr said:

zeropc said:

a little update on the so called dcp release

it's all a lie. this is a release from 2011 and seams not been shared outside a certain forum until now. i compared the nfo files and they are exactly the same.

Doesn't the NFO state DCP? http://originaltrilogy.com/forum/topic.cfm/Back-to-the-Future-without-DNR-EE-Help-Wanted/post/683575/#TopicPost683575

How do you explain the images on AVS from the "DCP" source that are in 2K 1.85 resolution (1996x1080) rather than HD (1920x1040)?

 the nfo is bullshit. the original source for this so called dcp sourced bd was created/released in april 2011. at the time, back to the future wasn't shown in theaters, at least not from a dcp file. also, dcp hasn't been cracked. it's very doubtful that universal would release any movie, new or old, these days unencrypted as dcp in theaters.

the actual source might be a studio master tape that was used for the broadcast or even for the creation of the original universal studios blu-ray, prior to be destroyed by adding of heavy dnr. this is a much more believable story, then the dcp source for this movie.

i can't explain anything without a link. i've searched for said information on avs, but i couldn't find it. other then that, blowing up a picture from 1920x... to 1996x... is rather easy.

besides, why would ONLY this movie sourced from a dcp? why not others, including older movies that are shown in theaters digitally? the answer: dcp hasn't been cracked, nor was any movie released unprotected.