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Post Posted: May 21st 2005 8:00 am
 
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First off you can use WINRAR to unpack .iso

Then use http://videolan.org/vlc/ to play the .vobs located in the video folder.


Alrighty I have one super-compressed version @ 150mb divx .avi. Yes the filesize is only 150mb but it is very blotchy/pixelated. Currently I'm working another version now, one that is small in size with no picture quality loss. This version should be in the 300mb to 500mb filesize range. The new version should be completed late Saturday night (US EST time).

Once the new version is finished, some YouSendIts will be in order. :chewbacca:


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 8:36 am
 
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Awesome dp, that worked for me!! One more thing, if you please and then I'll leave you guys alone. Can I correct the aspect ratio with vlc? Or some other way?


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 9:49 am
 
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I finished downloading it but it finishes 5 minutes early :mad:


OPEN UP THE SECOND .VOB NAMED VTS_01_2.VOB FUCKO


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Awesome dp, that worked for me!! One more thing, if you please and then I'll leave you guys alone. Can I correct the aspect ratio with vlc? Or some other way?


Preferences, under 'video', click 'advanced', scroll down, enter '2.35:1' in the aspect ratio field.


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 3:45 pm
 
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My friend next door tells me...

Hey have you seen the new Star Wars movie yet? He knows I'm a huge fan, I tell him 3 times so far, he then shows me this bootleg of the movie with cover and shit, it's the same version that you guys downloaded, but the sound is AWESOME, I mean not DLP awesome but very very good. I tell him to get me a copy for me, he then tells me keep that one it was only 10 box. He got it from a guy outside the mall. :meatwad:


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 3:46 pm
 

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whoever wrote out those directions on using it in zoomplayer with the FFDshow scaling, you fucking rule.

The raw vob looks stunning, but it is true that it held up less when run through a 42". I can't even imagine how bad it is on 50".

However, on a 27", it looks like a perfect DVD.

Overall, this is an amazing quality bootleg for so soon after release, if you play the raw vob instead of converting it.


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Can anyone post that Divx to DVD program on a different link here? THe goverment network Im on blocks me from going to download.com! ARGH!!!! Iraq sucks. ( Of course SOME internet is better than none...)


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 9:04 pm
 
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Can anyone post the .IFO and .BUP files that make the .VOB truely 2:35:1 or corrected 16:9 ratios?


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BearnBird wrote:
Can anyone post the .IFO and .BUP files that make the .VOB truely 2:35:1 or corrected 16:9 ratios?


It doesn't exist. There was a fix that made it 1:85 but of course that's wrong.


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 9:46 pm
 
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I'm so glad I have a 63 inch widescreen hdtv to watch this on later :heavymetal:


i imagine on such a large screen the pixilation will be horrible.


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 9:49 pm
 
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red5standingby wrote:
the cry that the Boga lets out whilst falling to it's death is heartbreaking.


i was hoping Boga just swam away.
at least in my own little world.


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 10:50 pm
 

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Is it just me, or is some music missing? I've skimmed through it, so I might have come in at times there wasn't much music, but it still seemed a bit dull. Also, there seems to be different sounds. Yoda kept making grunts while fighting at the Jedi temple. I'm just noticing tons of things I didn't notice at the movies. So it could be that I missed them, or that this isn't the final edit (which I don't think it is).


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:05 pm
 

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Just finished downloading and it turned out great. I only need help with one thing now. How do I put it on a DVD so I can watch it on my DVD player? The files I have now for the movie are VOB files. I tried this one DVD program I have but it only is for mov. and avi. files. So I need to find another program that can write and encode the dvd so I can play it. Any help would greatly be appreciated.


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:12 pm
 
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update: Just got home to find DrDivx gave me a fucking awesome 630mb divx avi :cool:

ps many posters lost there their accounts due to this thread :mad: :chewbacca:


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:13 pm
 
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http://www.dvdidle.com/dvd-fab-express.htm


30 day demo & can compress to single dvd.


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:16 pm
 

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Thank you for the help. Going to try them out now.


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:20 pm
 

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Any torrents for this 630 mb avi?


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Phod wrote:
Any torrents for this 630 mb avi?


Coming soon I imagine!


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:23 pm
 

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I forgot one other thing with the DVD copying. Do I need to burn the whole folder on the DVD or do I just burn the VOB files?


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:24 pm
 

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Burn both the Audio/Video folders or just burn the .iso file


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:25 pm
 

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If DP is posting it to yousendit (as he said last night) it's probably going to be a few hours, at least.


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:31 pm
 
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darthpsychotic wrote:
update: Just got home to find DrDivx gave me a fucking awesome 630mb divx avi


Awesome man, if I can get a copy I will upload more links for everyone.


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:37 pm
 

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many posters lost there their accounts due to this thread


So how did this happen? Did they act like major league buttholes, or was there something else?

Just trying to make sure I'm not on the enemies list here... :)


Post Posted: May 21st 2005 11:41 pm
 

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Updated my first post with instructions to play .ISO files.


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Is there any way to watch it without having a DVD drive?


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Yeah check out my instructions :roll:


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Your instructions say "without a dvd burner" so I wasnt sure if it was for no DVD drive at all or not.

Thanks for the info though.


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"Is there a way to convert the ISO file to something like, .avi, DivX, or .mov?"

Yes.









And if you'd followed any of the advice so far in this thread, you would already know that, and where to find tutorials and tools to do so.

Alternatively, you could simply go find one of the bazillion conversions which have already been done in XVID, SVCD, VCD...however what you're proposing is going to look like crap in any event, and probably be more distracting than the lower quality and timecode.


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Just wanted to thank everybody who contributed their time to help people like me. I was able to get the movie and put it on DVD to watch on a regular player and not on my pc.


Post Posted: May 22nd 2005 5:12 am
 

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For those that want to change the aspect ratio to the correct 16:9 do this:

1. Use Alcohol or Demon to mount the .ISO on a virtural drive

3. Use Dvd Shrink to create vob files

4. Download this free proggy here: http://www.vso-software.fr/divxtodvd/divxtodvd.htm

5. Open the newly created .VOB's withdivxtodvd
(files are in VIDEO_TS folder).

6. *Important - select "Force 16:9" in the Aspect drop down menu.

7. Click covert and let it reencode!

You'll have a 720 x 480 .VOB when done - (the image will be widescreen).

The sound will be somewhat improved as well.


Thank you so very very much! :chewbacca:


Post Posted: May 22nd 2005 8:27 am
 
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I have just sent Revenge of the Sith to our troops in Iraq


Post Posted: May 22nd 2005 9:59 am
 
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What's with the whining about the timecodes? That's the beauty and uniqueness of a workprint! :D I couldn't even list all the timecoded films I have... ;)

Anyway, this is definitely the best leaked workprint I've seen yet, even better than the high quality Halloween workprints... and compared to what is still considered the "standard workprint quality" among collectors (the jumping Spinal Tap workprint, the ugly Ricky 6, the unwatchable Pet Sematary, etc.), it's more than perfect.


Post Posted: May 22nd 2005 10:01 am
 

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Bizarrely, my freshly downloaded .iso refuses to be recognised by Windows or WinRAR - the file seems in order (it's correct size) and it mounts through Nero, but Windows refuses to acknowledge it's existence, saying it's either 'corrupted or in a format windows doesn't recognise'.

I gather it's just a botched download, so I'm getting it a second time, but thought I'd toss it out here to see if anyone had a similar problem and overcame it.


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good show DP. they need something like that, even if it is only a 2 hour vacation.

thx for doing that.


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Its funny... we are all sitting around this laptop watching the download manager countdown.... kind've like our own way of waiting in line....

I'll be sure to post pics of our "screening" for the MF boards.... you guys are awesome.... espescially DP


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keep your head down, be safe and enjoy the flick.


i been watching my download manager for over 28 hours now :bankheadbounce2:


Post Posted: May 22nd 2005 11:56 am
 

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Detour wrote:
For those that want to change the aspect ratio to the correct 16:9 do this:

1. Use Alcohol or Demon to mount the .ISO on a virtural drive

3. Use Dvd Shrink to create vob files

4. Download this free proggy here: http://www.vso-software.fr/divxtodvd/divxtodvd.htm

5. Open the newly created .VOB's withdivxtodvd
(files are in VIDEO_TS folder).

6. *Important - select "Force 16:9" in the Aspect drop down menu.

7. Click covert and let it reencode!

You'll have a 720 x 480 .VOB when done - (the image will be widescreen).

The sound will be somewhat improved as well.

There should be NO audio sync problems with this method. Do not use Nero Vision, or you WILL have them.



Ok, so I've done this and all looks good.

However I'm not sure where to go from here. The movie is split into 3 vob files in the video_TS folder. I tried burning the video_TS folder to DVD and when I try to play from it, it plays only the first vob file and not the other two (therefore it stops after the first hour).

Alternatively if I try to run my computer to the television to watch the files, only the first one can be seen on the TV, and the other two will not play (only audio comes through).

What options do I have? How can I get the DVD player (I'm using PowerDVD) to automatically move from the first .vob to the second to the third? Or how do I get the 2nd and 3rd vob to be seen on the TV (when the first works fine)?

Thanks guys!


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Ok... of course I dont want to sound like a bastard for this... but unfortunately the divx version I got was about 4 seconds ahead on the sound before the video.. I converted to DVD but still no dice... a little better, but not matching up. I guess we're back to square one.. unless someone else has a solution.


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Unfortunately, I cant do that. My TV doesnt really let me fiddle with aspect ratio that much.

From what I can gather, the issue is .ifo files. I used ifoedit to make fresh ones, and that helped a little. Now I can get two of the three .vob files to run consecutively on the burned DVD.

I guess next step is to try again and see what I can do with the ifo files.


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Well when he messaged me he said he hadnt tested it yet and said he was worried that he might have over compressed it..... I do have a xdrive.com storage that could be used to upload the larger file you have...


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Telecine is out.


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Decent quality, a little darkish, seems tinted a little red but that's fixable on any nice TV. 3 discs, SVCD, PAL, proper aspect ratio. And a little grainy. Someone needs to get that DLP 80gb thing.

edited with more info


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Eh, I'd say better. This will hold a lot of people over until Fall. Heavy macroblocking looks way worse than slight grain.


Post Posted: May 22nd 2005 2:49 pm
 
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Regarding my version of the workprint it appears I have been mistaken on the quality - the audio is seriously out of synch with the video. It appears that I had "nth pass" selected instead of "two-pass". Right now I'm working on a 2-pass divx. Should be ready to go by early am tomorrow morning.

If you one of the resident video experts and want to take a stab at correcting the audio issues or have suggestions on how I can correct with say vdub feel free to contact me. I have a link ready to go.


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Is the quality on the telecine one good enough that I should download it and try to use that copy to lay over the time code of the DVD rip?

The DVD rip is OUTSTANDING quality when you don't watch that VCD of it, but just watch the raw vob. It's likely as good as can be gotten.

But it might be kind of cool to use a keying program to put the telecine over the timecode. I haven't minded the timecode at all, but to do without it, even at an inevitable discoloration and quality difference over the code, would be cool.


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It'd probably take color correction, feathering and a whole lot of fucking time but it's possible. What's the raw vob look like? Take a screen shot of a high action sequence (preferably an explosion), please. I'm interested.

edit: so as not to double post
http://s05.imagehost.org/1140/id52313.jpg


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pimponwater wrote:
Telecine is out.


Subpar for a Telecine I think.

The VCDQuality guys are rating this a 9 for video, I say it's more like an 8, colors aren't very vibrant.


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I think they're being less critical because they've been waiting on TUN since opening day.


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Pimp - when I try to take a screenshot of the vob, it comes out blank. do you know a good software for screencapping something like that?


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Pimp - when I try to take a screenshot of the vob, it comes out blank. do you know a good software for screencapping something like that?

load it in VirtualDubMOD. Link

Scan with the scrollbar to a good shot, click the Video tab and select "Copy source frame to clipboard". Paste it in something better than paint (Paintshop or Photoshop) and upload somewhere.


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