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Post Posted: May 24th 2005 6:32 pm
 
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I just finished downloading "Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith Visa to RMVB XXX2.rmvb", which is pretty good version of the workprint. It cuts out the extra beginning at the end, but unfortunately, it won't burn to a VCD or DVD.

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Lol did you just download a file for Real Player? Ahahahaha


Yep. Laugh it up fuzz ball. I just saw the 300MB torrent file hoping it would be a file that would burn to a VCD easy, and it turns out that it was a god damn real player file. :oops:


Post Posted: May 24th 2005 6:58 pm
 

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So has anyone seen the decompressed revised workprint, the 4+ gb version?


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Can someone recommend the best DVD recordable disc?

I used the cheap CompUSA ones that I brought at 100/$15 and sometimes they don't play, sometimes they jump all over the place.

And, sometimes they Play fine.


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Can someone recommend the best DVD recordable disc?

I used the cheap CompUSA ones that I brought at 100/$15 and sometimes they don't play, sometimes they jump all over the place.

And, sometimes they Play fine.


Memorex


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I don't think you can get the speed higher than 5-12kb/s. That's how fast mine was too. It took FOREVER LOL!


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There is a new release floating around - Star.Wars.Episode.3.Revenge.Of.The.Sith.INTERNAL.TC.AC3.5.1.XviD-CRDS

After checking out the sample it is obvious this release is either a new encode of the same source that TUN released (overcropped & dark) or simply TUN's release re-encoded as an xvid with the inclusion of a new sound source (most likely).

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Post the .nfo if you could


crds-sw3-tc-xvid.nfo (Rapidshare)


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Post the .nfo if you could


Post Posted: May 24th 2005 9:26 pm
 
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DJMutant22 wrote:
Can someone recommend the best DVD recordable disc?



Verbatim all the way man! They use AZO dye; it's the best available.
Never had a coaster. NEVER.

Here's a guide: http://www.digitalfaq.com/media/dvdmedia.htm


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There is a new release floating around - Star.Wars.Episode.3.Revenge.Of.The.Sith.INTERNAL.TC.AC3.5.1.XviD-CRDS


Where can one find this? I have seached everywhere it seems :oops:


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So all the copies floating around are just bittorrent? Or are there mov or avi versions floating around?


Post Posted: May 25th 2005 3:39 pm
 
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RI Dawg v.2 wrote:
So all the copies floating around are just bittorrent? Or are there mov or avi versions floating around?


torrent is just the method of downloading, has nothing to do with what format the file is (avi, mov, mpeg ect.)


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RI Dawg v.2 wrote:
So all the copies floating around are just bittorrent? Or are there mov or avi versions floating around?

Exmortem wrote:
torrent is just the method of downloading, has nothing to do with what format the file is (avi, mov, mpeg ect.)


Yes, i understand that -- communication error on my part...in an attempt to be clearer, I was trying to ask if the only way to get this file was via a bittorrent. That is to say, if I want the workprint, do I have to use a bittorrent to get it, or is there a ready-made file that someone could rapidshare, etc. Hope that is clearer...


Post Posted: May 26th 2005 8:37 am
 
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I was trying to convert the tun version to a dvd, and ended up with a PAL dvd that won't play in my over priced player. I'm on a mac, and tried converting to to NTSC but then the audio was WAY of synch. Is this due to dropping of frames from PAL to NTSC? And does anyone know of a fix?

Thanks.


Post Posted: May 26th 2005 8:42 am
 
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i'm having the same problem. i work with a guy that's very well known for video editing, and even he's having trouble getting the TUN version to combine and play well on one dvd. first of all, it's a funky aspect ratio, then there's the issue with the frame rate. we've downloaded and played with so many different conversion programs and nothing has worked yet. the mpegs that get extracted from the svcd's are too corrupt at parts. you're generally not supposed to go from a vcd back to something better, it works more from the other way around. hopefully these guys will release an uncompressed version in the next couple of weeks


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giftoflight wrote:
EPISODE III

A New Bootleg

It is a period of mediocre movies.
Pirate hackers, working from within
LucasFilm, have won a great victory
against the evil Hollywood FILM INDUSTRY.

Before its release date, movie pirates managed
to steal a secret workprint to the FILM INDUSTRY'S
ultimate movie, EPISODE III, a special effects
blockbuster with enough power to make sheep
EJACULATE across the entire internet.

Pursued by the FILM INDUSTRY's sinister lawyers, savvy
pirate editors argue over how to create a better bootleg on
their message forum, custodian of the movie's BIT TORRENT urls
that can save people money from movie tickets and expensive popcorn
throughout the planet....


:lol:


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YAY! Someone actually read my sudden bout of humour... At first I was thinking, "Wow, that joke just fell flat on its face."

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there is a re-rip of the TUN telecine looks much better

http://www.vcdquality.com/sample/id52361.jpg


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great quality. ;)


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torrent sites are either being shut down or are removing Star Wars from their trackers. suggest you find another method of download.


I read a news article today saying that the FBI has cracked down the original site that was serving up the workprint and is going after ten other ones across the U.S. that is serving them up. Here's the article from Reuter's. Head's up.


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i now realise that they hadn't actually done anything to the video in that new TUN release....its just audio and sync problems that have been fixed....

i only assumed the video was fixed beause it seemed alot clearer than the sample of the previous TUN release....


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Where to get this new version, harder to answer than first appears. Found it nowhere have I. Gladly appreciated, any help would be.


Of luck shit out are you.


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Courtosy of Slyck.com :

The DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) is a powerful tool for both ISPs and copyright holders. While it protects ISPs from being sued, it also gives copyright holders the right to inform ISPs that infringing material exists on their servers. ISPs are then obligated to remove such material.

Although some consider torrent files to exist in a gray area when it comes to the copyright law, it appears the copyright industry has the support of the U.S. government in its enforcement efforts. This proved to be the case today as TorrentSpy.com was compelled by the DMCA to remove any and all references to "Star Wars" from its indexing services.

Upon searching for Star Wars, one is confronted with the following message:

"There has been an error with your search"

"This search query has been blocked at the request of the copyright holder, in compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA")"

Compared to EliteTorrents.org, it appears TorrentSpy.com is being treated with considerable leniency. This appears to be a tactical maneuver by the MPAA, as EliteTorrents.org was most likely used as an example. Now that all other torrent administrators realize the severity of the situation, expect the remaining sites to quickly fall in line.


Post Posted: May 27th 2005 8:28 am
 
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I think the Workprint version does have some minor audio differences in it from the Theatrical release. I saw the movie at a Digital theatre last night, and noticed a few missing things I had heard while scanning through the workprint. Maybe I'm just not hearing/remembering things right, so someone double check me...

On the Workprint, in the Elevator when R2 sends it down with Anakin on top (he jumps to the ledge) and Obi Wan is still in it, you hear Obi Wan shout "R2!" and it kind of echos as the elvator falls. I don't recall that in the theatre.

Also, one of the scenes in workprint had the Destroyer Driods saying something, I think it was when they were in the ray shield trap. I'll have to double check that one, but I don't recall the Destroyers saying anything in the release version.

I'll go back and re-listen when I have time, there may be other audio tweaks.


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How can i watch the whole movie instead of watching pieces of it???

drive to your local theater and buy a ticket.

and make sure you go to the bathroom BEFORE the movie starts.


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for this version:
Star.Wars.Episode.3.Revenge.Of.The.Sith.INTERNAL.TC.AC3.5.1.XviD-CRDS

the .nfo file with the passwords to unpack the .avi files was corrupted. anyone have the passwords? came from torrentspy- the link posted above by Flyous. the link, along with most others, is now gone.

thanks


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playersnexxus wrote:
for this version:
Star.Wars.Episode.3.Revenge.Of.The.Sith.INTERNAL.TC.AC3.5.1.XviD-CRDS

the .nfo file with the passwords to unpack the .avi files was corrupted. anyone have the passwords? came from torrentspy- the link posted above by Flyous. the link, along with most others, is now gone.

thanks


I think that release may have been a fake.


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Next load Nero Burning Rom and choose File, Burn Image....


Load the CUE-sheet in Nero
Choose the Files of Type: dropdown menu and select All Files *.*. Next just locate the .CUE file, select it and click Open. Make sure you select the .CUE -file, not the .BIN -file.


Burn the image
All you have to do then is choose the writing speed, select the Disc-At-Once Write Method, and click Write.

That's it! After a couple of minutes you'll have a CD with the BIN/CUE Image written on it.


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http://www.vcdreview.com/info.php/i-52325.html

Fuck yeah!!! :heavymetal: :heavymetal: :jammin:


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I downloaded a part of the Telecine rerip and some of it is still out of sync :mad:


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Well, I guess 'the man' got to torrentspy. When you search for Star Wars or Revenge of the Sith you get this message:

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There has been an error with your search

This search query has been blocked at the request of the copyright holder, in compliance with
the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA")


It's cool, though, since you all have that vcdquality site, which I don't understand and won't ask about because this isn't a help board.


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Damion wrote:
http://www.vcdreview.com/info.php/i-52325.html

Fuck yeah!!! :heavymetal: :heavymetal: :jammin:


Imagine having a really hot girlfriend and, after your first few times out, you pick her up at her house. Imagine that while you're sitting in her parents' living room, you see her mother walk out of the bathroom naked, with soft mushy shit running down her leg, a two foot long stretch of toilet paper still stuck in her ass. Her hair's in curlers and she has no makeup on. The only thing protruding out farther than her saggy breasts is her gut. And she's laughing.

That's what watching the Holiday Special is like. It won't make you stop liking Star Wars, but for fuck's sake, you don't ever want to see it again.


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Hi!

I just watched the workprint (Original DVD-ISO File). Besides the Aspect Ratio Issues that can easily be fixed there are audio issues, starting exactly with Title-Track 2 of the 5 avaiable Titles on the DVD-ISO.

It seems like the first Title (33min) is fully Dolby Surround encoded, but the 2nd title is not Dolby Surround encoded at all. I even fear, that the sound is upmixed from a mono-source. Or the Release-Group has screwed up the audio-signal somehow (only Title 2-5).

You can test (hear) it by yourself, if you listen to the repeated segment of the "Yoda & Anakin" Scene, where they talk about Anakins dream. The repeated lines are "Yourself you speak of or someone you know? Someone. Close to you? ..." Be sure to set your setup to Dolby Surround and just play. The first time (end of Title 1) you can cleary hear the background music in the surround channel. The second time (beginning of Title 2), the surround channel stays almost silent.

You can also spot a clear difference in the Front Left Channel, when in Dolby Surround Mode.

This is no way of complaining, I just wanted to inform everyone, that until november the best way is watching Title 2-5 in stereo-mode, while watching Title 1 in Dolby Surround Mode.

Can anybody check the Telecine-Release, if it has the same audio issues?
And is this AC3.5.1 Release fake or is it real?

Thanks, Klaus


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slider_klaus wrote:
Can anybody check the Telecine-Release, if it has the same audio issues?
And is this AC3.5.1 Release fake or is it real?


the only version that has stereo is the workprint and that as u say is only for the 1st reel then reverts to mono, all oher versions are in mono the 5.1 divx is also mono though it does light us a dolby ex!(but is still plain vanilla mono) usually when there is a russian TC doing the rounds there is a dvd-r with true 5.1 but this has not surfaced yet!
so..... there is no full version in stereo just the opening reel of the wokprint so far but it sounds fucking amazing in dolby pro logic IIx!!!


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Reecoh wrote:
I think the Workprint version does have some minor audio differences in it from the Theatrical release. I saw the movie at a Digital theatre last night, and noticed a few missing things I had heard while scanning through the workprint. Maybe I'm just not hearing/remembering things right, so someone double check me...

On the Workprint, in the Elevator when R2 sends it down with Anakin on top (he jumps to the ledge) and Obi Wan is still in it, you hear Obi Wan shout "R2!" and it kind of echos as the elvator falls. I don't recall that in the theatre.

Also, one of the scenes in workprint had the Destroyer Driods saying something, I think it was when they were in the ray shield trap. I'll have to double check that one, but I don't recall the Destroyers saying anything in the release version.

I'll go back and re-listen when I have time, there may be other audio tweaks.

There are two other instances I noticed. First on the Invisible Hand when Palpatine refers to the death of Annie's Mom on the theatrical version I remember hearing the Sand People's battle cry. Not on the work print. Also right after Obi Wan is told Padme is dying of a broken heart he goes over to the window and you hear a weird sounding machine. (The sound is also from the last bit of the trailer when Darth and the Emperor are standing together.) Did not hear that either on the work print.


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There are two other instances I noticed. First on the Invisible Hand when Palpatine refers to the death of Annie's Mom on the theatrical version I remember hearing the Sand People's battle cry. Not on the work print. Also right after Obi Wan is told Padme is dying of a broken heart he goes over to the window and you hear a weird sounding machine. (The sound is also from the last bit of the trailer when Darth and the Emperor are standing together.) Did not hear that either on the work print.


The Sand People scream is in the workprint, but it's more subdued then in the theatrical version.

About the "weird sounding machine", I'm not sure, how it was in the theatre, but in the workprint I hear without a problem a medical equipment sound when Obi comes to the window in the moment you described, but it's not the sound from the trailer, that one comes few seconds later, when we see Vader on the operation table and it's repeated constantly, like a large fan or something.


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Reecoh wrote:
I think the Workprint version does have some minor audio differences in it from the Theatrical release. I saw the movie at a Digital theatre last night, and noticed a few missing things I had heard while scanning through the workprint. Maybe I'm just not hearing/remembering things right, so someone double check me...

On the Workprint, in the Elevator when R2 sends it down with Anakin on top (he jumps to the ledge) and Obi Wan is still in it, you hear Obi Wan shout "R2!" and it kind of echos as the elvator falls. I don't recall that in the theatre.

Also, one of the scenes in workprint had the Destroyer Driods saying something, I think it was when they were in the ray shield trap. I'll have to double check that one, but I don't recall the Destroyers saying anything in the release version.

I'll go back and re-listen when I have time, there may be other audio tweaks.


After posting this, I saw the movie again on Saturday (took my Mom & Daughter) and the sounds I had noticed in the workprint were in the film, although the yell Obi Wan makes as the elevator descends seemed to echo less. But that could be more due to the way the theatre's sound system was setup vs. the Workprint's audio mix or something than any real difference in the two edits.


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It's because the main sounds for the workprint is louder, and background sounds are not as present. For example the sand people yell in the beginning. Some say its not in the workprint, but it is. Just very low, as in the theaters it is played as a sound from the back. I think this only plays mono.


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I downloaded the movie and also downloaded that file that supposedly corrects the aspect ratio problem. But when I applied the fil to the movie, it made the picture all messed up. The entire picture now makes the funky motions like waves back and forth.

I have tried several way to take the thing off, but I can seem to figure out how to uninstall or whatever you call it, that file. Can some someone please help me out? Thanks in advance.


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ok, I just finished downloading the TUN version and Im a bit confused. The files that were on it are CD1, CD2, and CD3. They are all RAR files. So then I used WinRAR to extract them. Now what do I do?


You need to convert the .cue file to MPG.

Follow the instructions here (BIN/CUE VCD to MPG ):

Video Help


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This is why we have "admins only can create topics" in effect and admin activation for new users:

From: Dannyny2@aol.com <Dannyny2@aol.com>
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I'm still waiting for account confirmation so I can post, I'm trying to get the Revenge workprint. So i'd like to be able to log on.


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I have the Workprint DVD - watched it once

(Have heard of someone that has a version of the Workprint with TimeCodes smudged/subdued/blurred into the background - alot of work I imagine

I've seen the film 4 x (Once digitally - the best way to watch it!)

Will most definately see it in the future again (Friday in fact) - In the Theater (The only way to experience it

Will buy the Official DVD in November - No worries GL

IMO - Anybody that watches the workprint and is happy with that - Well .... deserves exactly what watching it on your TV/Big Screen/Plasma get's you - Works on all different levels - Depending on your point of view of course

Do yourself a favor - go see it in a theater (Preferably DLP)

Piracy really isn't the answer - Good for reference around the home, I guess

About all the bitchin' from the Hollywood suits of losing millions due to Piracy - Take care of things within first - Must be an Inside job


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I recommend the MoF Xvid telecine. I used Nero recode to convert to mpg, then put it through Vdub video filters to improve hue and contrast then cropped from 640x272 to 640x240 and authored it to dvd with menus and chapters. Perfect widescreen aspect, good ac3 sound and better than VHS quality. I'll prob stick with this until the official DVD.


Really... How 'bout an ISO of that baby?? Is that for single layer 4.7 DVD-R?


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http://www.vcdquality.com/index.php?genre=1&searchstring=sith

I recommend the MoF Xvid telecine. I used Nero recode to convert to mpg, then put it through Vdub video filters to improve hue and contrast then cropped from 640x272 to 640x240 and authored it to dvd with menus and chapters. Perfect widescreen aspect, good ac3 sound and better than VHS quality. I'll prob stick with this until the official DVD.

tlbauerle wrote:
Really... How 'bout an ISO of that baby?? Is that for single layer 4.7 DVD-R?


That sound like a good technique. I just used Divx to DVD but I imagine what you did makes it look even better!


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For those who've seen the MoF telecine: How is it with regards to compression artifacts? That's the one thing that kills the original workprint for me. The screenshots look nice, but how is it in motion?


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i don't think i've gotten the MoF Xvid telecine version, but i have downloaded about 3 diff telecine versions that are all missing about 20 min of the movie. i got a 3 vcd version that ran only 1 hour 57 min after spending all the time to convert it. i read someone's comment about it being sped up or something, but there's really just full scenes missing from it. does the MoF Xvid telecine version have the full movie?


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Anyone know if the Imhoteps TC version is missing anything?


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the mof telecine version plays a bit faster than normal i believe, ie everything is sped up


Yeah it's from a PAL source (European Video Format) so the speed plays at 30 frames per second instead of 24.


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I was just wondering if anyone else is having a problem with there media player. It worked at first but now everytime I try to play sith it gives me an micrsoft error send report. Any suggestings. Thanks a bunch

Happy days :chewbacca:


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