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Alright, finally made the thread. So, as I've been browsing and reading through many of the forums, in particular the entire thread of "The reference list of bass movies", there are several, several, scenes and little moments of LFE bliss that many people would love to have all on one disc. Or maybe not, but oh well.

So, I have started to compile all of the many scenes that folks have said represent the ultimate in low-freq and bring inadvertent smiles across the room when played/felt. So here's the list of scenes that will be included as of right now:


Volume 1:


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  Batman Under the Red Hood – 1st Five Minutes
  Battle LA – Final Battle
  Battle LA – Gas Station Scene
  Battle LA – Heli Ride to Santa Monica
  Black Hawk Down – ****in Irene
  Cloverfield – 1st Attack
  Cloverfield – Street Crossfire
  Fellowship of the Ring – Sauron Defeated
  Flight of the Phoenix – Plane Crash
  HP Deathly Hallows Part 2 – Stone Guardians
  Hellboy 2 – Elemental Battle
  HTTYD – Super Dragon
  Immortals – Mountain Destruction
  Immortals – Tidal Wave
  Inception – How did you get here
  iRobot – Spooner attack in his car
  Iron Man – Cave Escape
  Iron Man – Jericho Missile
  Iron Man 2 – Crerating a New Element
  Iron Man 2 – Intro Fly In
  Jurassic Park – TRex Appears
  Knowing – Plane Crash
  Kung Fu Panda – Skadoosh
  Last Airbender – Waterwall
  Live Free or Die Hard – Apartment Shootout
  Live Free or Die Hard – F35 Attacks
  Live Free or Die Hard – Tunnel Catastrophe
  LotR – Gandalf vs Balrog
  Master & Commander – Cannon Fire
  Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol – Kremlin Explosion
  Open Range – Showdown
  Pulse – Server Room
  Resident Evil Afterlife – Tokyo Purge
  Scott Pilgrim – The Twins Battle
  Serenity – Reaver Chase
  Terminator Salvation – Gas Station Attack
  The Dark Knight – Bank Robbery
  The Dark Knight – Hospital Explosion
  The Dark Knight – Lau’s Extraction
  The Hurt Locker – Beginning Explosion
  The Incredible Hulk – Sonic Cannons
  The Incredible Hulk – Street Fight
  The Matrix Revolutions – Burly Brawl
  The New Daughter – Into the Hole
  Toy Story 2 – Intro Scene
  Transformers – Base Attack
  Transformers – Ironhide Jump
  Tron Legacy – Disc Wars
  Tron Legacy – Entering the Grid
  Tron Legacy – Lightcycle Battle
  Tron Legacy – Plane Battle
  U-571 – 1st Depth Charge
  WotW – Lightning Strikes
  WotW – Military Fights Back
  WotW – Plane Crash
  WotW – Pods Emerge
  XMen First Class – Eric turns the Parabolic Dish
  XMen First Class – Little Eric
  Dolby – Bit Harvest
  Dolby – Countdown V2
  Dolby – Spheres
  DTS – SFX (Long Version)
  IMAX – Intro
  THX – Amazing Life
  THX – Broadway (Classic)
Volume 2 Scenes:

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9 - 9 awakens
9 - Blowing uUp The Factory
9 - The Beast
9 - The End
9 - Flying Beast
9 - The Machine Still lives
9 - When We Awoke, It Was Chaos
28 Weeks Later - City Firebombing
Dark Knight Rises - Crashing This Plane
Dark Knight Rises - The Bat
Dredd - Miniguns
Fight Club - Intro Scene
Fight Club - Why Wasn't I Told
Halo 4 - Capture The Flag
Halo 4 - Final Fight
Halo 4 - Intro
Halo 4 - The Attack Begins
Halo 4 - Warthog
Hitman - Cheap Guns
Hot Fuzz - Big Gun Battle
Hot Fuzz - Decapitated
Hot Fuzz - Fist Fight
Hot Fuzz - Preparing for War
Looper - Can't Kill Yourself
Looper - Intro
Looper - Future Joe Rampage
Looper - Telekenetic Explosion
Looper - The Rain Kid
Percy Jackson - Surprise at the Bonfire
Rambo - Old Bomb Explodes
Rambo - Final Fight
Redline - End of the 1st Race
Redline - Intro
Redline - Hyper Disentegrator Cannons
Return of the King - Destruction of Mt. Doom
SH A Game of Shadows - How Many Windows Must I Provide
SH A Game of Shadows - Moonlight Assassin
SH A Game of Shadows - Run Away from Moriarty
Skyfall - Destruction of Skyfall
Skyfall - Subway Train
Star Trek - Narada Emerges from the Black Hole
Super 8 - The Train Wreck
TASM - Ending Scene
TASM - Sewer Encounter
TASM - Subway Jump
The Expendables - Car Chase
The Expendables - Killing Pirates
Total Recall - Final Battle
Total Recall - Through the Core
Total Recall - You're a Damn Spy
Underworld Awakening - Intro
Underworld Awakening - Super Lycan Fight
Underworld Awakening - They Found Us
Underworld Awakening - Why So Angry
Volume 3:

Code:
  Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter - Horse Chase 
  Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter - Surprise 
  Apollo 13 - Re-Entry 
  Apollo 13 - The Launch 
  CA The Winter Soldier - Fury Attacked in the Car 
  CA The Winter Soldier - Helicarrier Goes Down 
  CA The Winter Soldier - Helicarrier Goes Up 
  CA The Winter Soldier - Street Fight 
  CITW - A Fool's Death 
  CITW - The Ancients Rise 
  CITW - The Basement 
  CITW - Tunnel Explosion 
  Edge of Tomorrow - The Blue Mimic 
  Edge of Tomorrow - The Invasion 
  Edge of Tomorrow - We Gotta Go 
  Edge of Tomorrow - You Already Have 
  Elysium - Going on the Offensive 
  Elysium - Shoot them Down 
  Ender's Game - How We Won 
  Ender's Game - Introducing the Little Doctor 
  Ender's Game - Launchies Launch 
  Ender's Game - Little Doctor Fire 1 
  Ender's Game - Little Doctor Fire 2 
  Ender's Game - The Mind Game 
  Godzilla - HALO Jump 
  Godzilla - The Bridge 
  Godzilla - The MUTO Awakens 
  Godzilla - The Roar 
  Godzilla - Tidal Wave 
  Gravity - Assistance Appreciated 
  Gravity - Catastrophe 
  Gravity - Getting on the ISS 
  Gravity - Re-Entry 
  Guardians of the Galaxy - Don't Touch It 
  Guardians of the Galaxy - Friends 
  Guardians of the Galaxy - I Said Don't Touch It 
  Guardians of the Galaxy - You Stand Accused 
  Hanna - Assualting the House 
  Hanna - C-130 Flyover 
  Hanna - Flashback Kill 
  Hanna - Lab Escape 
  Horton Hears a Who - Beginning 
  Horton Hears a Who - Charge up the Mountain 
  Horton Hears a Who - Make Some Noise! 
  Horton Hears a Who - Meet Horton 
  Hubble Launch 
  Jurassic Park - Must Go Faster
  Law Abiding Citizen - Car Explosions
  Lone Survivor - Gear Up 
  Lone Survivor - Hillside Fight 
  Lone Survivor - Let's Move 
  Monsters Inc - 2319 
  Monsters Inc - Boo's Scream
  Monsters University - The Library 
  Monsters University - Stop Being a Sullivan 
  Oblivion - **** You Sally 
  Oblivion - The Library 
  Olympus Has Fallen - C-130 Attack 
  Pacific Rim - Gypsy Danger vs Fatty 
  Pacific Rim - Gypsy Rescues Fishermen 
  Pacific Rim - Roll Out 
  Pacific Rim - Underwater Explosion 
  Pacific Rim - Use the Sword 
  Pompeii - Death from Above 
  Pompeii - Hillside Collapse 
  Pompeii - Volcano Erupts 
  Pompeii - We Must Leave Now 
  Sinister - Bump in the Night Round 1 
  Sinister - Bump in the Night Round 2 
  Sinister - Burning Car 
  Sinister - Drowning 
  Sinister - The Lawnmower Scene 
  Star Trek Into Darkness - Kahn Crashes 
  TASM2 - Electro Cometh 
  TASM2 - Happy Birthday 
  TASM2 - The Power Station
  The Conjuring - Floating Hair 
  The Conjuring - It's Not Nana 
  The Maze Runner - Escape the Griever 
  The Maze Runner - The Maze 
  The Maze Runner - We Opened a Door
  The Polar Express - Train Arrival 
  The Polar Express - Get Us the Blazes Outta Here
  The Raid Redemption - Contact 
  The Raid Redemption - Desperation 
  The Raid Redemption - Get the Door Open 
  The Raid Redemption - Kung Fu Hustle 1 
  The Raid Redemption - Kung Fu Hustle 2 
  Titan AE - Beginning Escape 
  Titan AE - Creating a Planet 
  Titan AE - Hyrdogen Plants 
  Titan AE - The Ice Rings 
  Top Gun - Maverick vs Jester 
  Top Gun - Maverick vs Viper
  World War Z - Grenade 
  World War Z - Helicopter Crash 
  Wreck it Ralph - Final Fight 
  Wreck it Ralph - Fireworks 
  Wreck it Ralph - The Big Race 
  X-Men DoFP - Rescuing Magneto 
  X-Men DoFP - Saving Raven 
  X-Men DoFP - Stadium Drop 
  X-Men DoFP - Stadium Lift
This compilation will be in .iso format so that it is impossible for the folder structure to get messed up.

Volume 1 Link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/47....1.ISO.torrent
Volume 2 Link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/fk..._Vol_2.torrent
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File Type: txt Volume 1 Mega.txt (673 Bytes, 72 views)
File Type: txt Volume 2 Mega.txt (673 Bytes, 44 views)
File Type: txt Volume 3 Mega.txt (673 Bytes, 80 views)

If one is going to make a simplistic assessment of the value of different alignments, it would be that sealed/IB goes the lowest, at the highest cost per dB; horns have the lowest cost per dB at the expense of size, and vented box characteristics lie in between the other two. None is inherently superior across the board, neither is any inherently inferior across the board. The one to use is the one that fits your response and output needs, available space and bank account. -BFM

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I'd love to see this come to fruition.

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Oh, it most definitely will. If no one can help provide scenes, then I will need to buy the rest of the movies, which I priced on Amazon to be around $300. Although, hopefully I might be able to find some of them at the library/redbox.


But what would also be a big help is with the titles that have ***'s next to them, I need people to suggest scene's from those particular movies. I wouldn't want to pick them myself only for someone later on down the road to say "Oh, but I wish this scene had been included" after the disc has already been made.

If one is going to make a simplistic assessment of the value of different alignments, it would be that sealed/IB goes the lowest, at the highest cost per dB; horns have the lowest cost per dB at the expense of size, and vented box characteristics lie in between the other two. None is inherently superior across the board, neither is any inherently inferior across the board. The one to use is the one that fits your response and output needs, available space and bank account. -BFM
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Oh, it most definitely will. If no one can help provide scenes, then I will need to buy the rest of the movies, which I priced on Amazon to be around $300. Although, hopefully I might be able to find some of them at the library/redbox.


But what would also be a big help is with the titles that have ***'s next to them, I need people to suggest scene's from those particular movies. I wouldn't want to pick them myself only for someone later on down the road to say "Oh, but I wish this scene had been included" after the disc has already been made.

I wouldnt worry too much about that cause there will always be someone. I have pretty much every movie you have on there but have no clue how to clip scenes otherwise I would help out. I have DVDfab so if you have instructions on how to do so let me know and I can see what I can do however I would have no clue how to get them to you either.

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New scene:

Live Free or Die Hard (The apartment shootout)
Star Wars 2 DVD (The opening scene)

If one is going to make a simplistic assessment of the value of different alignments, it would be that sealed/IB goes the lowest, at the highest cost per dB; horns have the lowest cost per dB at the expense of size, and vented box characteristics lie in between the other two. None is inherently superior across the board, neither is any inherently inferior across the board. The one to use is the one that fits your response and output needs, available space and bank account. -BFM
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If you mix DVD and bluray content you will run into issues. At the very least if the disc authors most projectors and display devices are going to have to handshake again which often takes a second or two, which doesn't sound like a big deal but when bouncing from menu to clip and back to menu it will prove to be undesirable. You can maybe reencode the DVD video to 1920x1080 at 23.976 fps to solve this but I don't know the impact on mixing it back with the audio. Another consideration will be the framerate of all your clips. You ideally want them the same.

Lastly how you are you authoring this? Leo and I used Scenarist, which isn't very accessible.

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I will be using multiAVCHD. On some BD's, they have both HD special features and SD and I haven't run into any problems with playback from them. The only reason I include the 3 DVD scenes is because for Titan AE, there is no Blu-Ray and for The Haunting, everyone raves for the DTS track.

But, those 3 could also just have their own little section on the disc. And how in the world do you 2 have the cash to get something like scenarist when it's not even for your job??


But, I suppose those crucial scenes could be cut.

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...and how in the world do you 2 have the cash to get something like scenarist when it's not even for your job?.



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I will be using multiAVCHD. On some BD's, they have both HD special features and SD and I haven't run into any problems with playback from them. The only reason I include the 3 DVD scenes is because for Titan AE, there is no Blu-Ray and for The Haunting, everyone raves for the DTS track.

But, those 3 could also just have their own little section on the disc. And how in the world do you 2 have the cash to get something like scenarist when it's not even for your job??

But, I suppose those crucial scenes could be cut.

HD/SD can be mixed, not sure if multiAVCHD will handle that though. Even then I don't think you can make "sections" like Leo and I had on our disc. MultiAVCHD doesn't have the ability to do full menu authoring. It's great for what it is, a tool, coded by one guy.

Scenarist is pretty much what you want. Even if you can get access to it the learning curve is pretty steep. You need to have and be familiar with photoshop as well. Going this route be prepared to dump a couple hundred hours into this project from clip collection to authoring to testing.

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I already have PhotoShop and am familiar with it. However, I cannot use Scenarist, as I simply cannot drop $5000 + just to one-time author a blu-ray. However, I am quite sure I can make something very nice to everyone without it If the DVD scenes do not work out, then they don't work out. I'll make 2 versions for me to test.

I can, however, use something like Adobe Encore or Sony's DVD Architect (Which can do Blu-Ray Authoring) if that helps.

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I already have PhotoShop and am familiar with it. However, I cannot use Scenarist, as I simply cannot drop $5000 + just to one-time author a blu-ray. However, I am quite sure I can make something very nice to everyone without it If the DVD scenes do not work out, then they don't work out. I'll make 2 versions for me to test.

I can, however, use something like Adobe Encore or Sony's DVD Architect (Which can do Blu-Ray Authoring) if that helps.

Encore and Architect won't handle the lossless audio tracks. Your choices are multiAVCHD, Sonic Scenarist, Sony's BluPrint ( also very expensive like Scenarist) and one more expensive piece (cheaper than BluPrint and scenarist though) of software. That piece has a 30 day evaluation, in the event that you have the time to throw at this and wrap your project up that fast. I'll try to dig up the name.

I'm just trying to help you see what you're getting into. Strangely bluray authoring isn't as accessible as DVD authoring if you want to retain lossless audio. Encore and some the other consumer level packages would be perfect for this project (and mine) if the lossless was handled. Unfortunately they weren't so that meant that I was forced to use a professional studio grade suite. Maybe things have changed since I last looked into and a consumer grade package now handles lossless.

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Encore and Architect won't handle the lossless audio tracks. Your choices are multiAVCHD, Sonic Scenarist, Sony's BluPrint ( also very expensive like Scenarist) and one more expensive piece (cheaper than BluPrint and scenarist though) of software. That piece has a 30 day evaluation, in the event that you have the time to throw at this and wrap your project up that fast. I'll try to dig up the name.

I'm just trying to help you see what you're getting into. Strangely bluray authoring isn't as accessible as DVD authoring if you want to retain lossless audio. Encore and some the other consumer level packages would be perfect for this project (and mine) if the lossless was handled. Unfortunately they weren't so that meant that I was forced to use a professional studio grade suite. Maybe things have changed since I last looked into and a consumer grade package now handles lossless.

Dostudio and Bluprunt have free trial periods.

And I believe Nero, whatever the current version is, can handled HD audio too, but is limited to templates when it comes to menus.

Also besides an authoring program you will need some different audio and video tools, things tend to get out of wack sometimes when the streams are clipped.

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Private Ryan ( Opening attack on the beaches of Omaha)

Master and the Commander ( When his ship is under attack)

Rango ( When he crosses the road in the beginning of the movie and the last action scene at the end of the movie... It may not be all bass but it is sounds incredible)

Just a few ideas if you wanted some extra material....

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Another one:
The Art of Flight (The first song – Alaska)

The Dolby TrueHD 7.1 is insane on this track, the visual is also spectacular.
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Anything happening here?

Just watched Super 8. I haven't check at the subs threads, but I'm sure some one must have the waterfall graphs for the train wreck scene. Very impressive!!!

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Yep, stuff is happening. Slow going, but trucking along. Added a few scenes where none were suggested. Removed Cloverfield from the list of "Scenes Needed", as there are already 2 scenes and that is plenty for Clover.

I might take The Incredibles off, as I haven't heard much from other people about scenes that stand out in this movie, just overall good bass.

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Updated. Several scenes have been collected, but still have a long ways to go.

If one is going to make a simplistic assessment of the value of different alignments, it would be that sealed/IB goes the lowest, at the highest cost per dB; horns have the lowest cost per dB at the expense of size, and vented box characteristics lie in between the other two. None is inherently superior across the board, neither is any inherently inferior across the board. The one to use is the one that fits your response and output needs, available space and bank account. -BFM
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Great idea.

A new movie that has impressed many: Underworld Awakening. The first appearance of the giant Lycan and later the scene when the elevator drops on Selene.

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I picked up the DTS Blu-Ray Demo Disc 2008 edition, at the Consumer Electronics Show
in Las Vegas, several years ago.

The folks at DTS were passing them out at there booth.
Never pass up freebies!

It has the best quality lossless audio that I have ever experienced on BD, with bass
so deep and powerful, that it will rattle the gold fillings in your teeth. smile.gif

Click here to see everything that's on the disc.

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Subscribe. smile.gif

I would really like to purchase the Dolby 2012 demo disc on BD. smile.gif

http://www.demo-world.eu/demo-dvds/dolby-the-sound-of-hd3.php
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I'm sure it'll be available on eBay one day. cool.gif

I don't understand why Dolby and DTS don't sell there demo disc to the general public.
They would make a killing!

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Another scene added:

The Matrix Revolutions - Burly Brawl

If one is going to make a simplistic assessment of the value of different alignments, it would be that sealed/IB goes the lowest, at the highest cost per dB; horns have the lowest cost per dB at the expense of size, and vented box characteristics lie in between the other two. None is inherently superior across the board, neither is any inherently inferior across the board. The one to use is the one that fits your response and output needs, available space and bank account. -BFM
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Ubergoober update. To start, here's the scenes I've added/gotten:

The Last Airbender - Water Wall
War of the Worlds (Lightning Strikes, Military Fighting Back, Plane Crash in Basement)
The Incredible Hulk (Sonic Cannons)
Battle: LA (Heli ride to Santa Monica, Final Battle)
Hellboy 2 (Elemental Battle)
Transformers (Base Attack at Beginning, Ironhide Jump)
Dark Knight (Lau's Extraction, Hospital Explosion, Bank Robbery)
Live Free or Die Hard (Apartment Shootout, F35 Attack)
Iron Man (Cave Escape)
Jurassic Park (T-rex Appears)
Tron Legacy (Disc Wars, Entering the Grid, Plane Battle)
The Hurt Locker (The beginning bomb Explosion)
Immortals (Tidal Wave, Mountain Destruction)
Batman: Under the Red Hood (First Five Minutes)
Toy Story 2 (Intro Scene)
Scott Pilgrim (The Twins Battle)
Iron Man 2 (Intro Scene, Creating a new element)
Resident Evil: Afterlife (Tokyo Purge)
Star Trek (Drilling Platform Fight, Narada emerges from the black hole)

Now, I have a problem. To many scenes frown.gif Right now, the folder is sitting at 51.4 GB, which is to much for a Dual Layer Blu-Ray, and I still don't have the Pulse - Server Room or Open Range - Showdown or the Thor - 1st Warp and Thor - Warp Tower Collapses scenes. So, I need some help in deciding which scenes to keep and which one's to throw out. I've already decided to not include the Super 8 - Train Wreck sequence and The Pacific - Iwo Jima battle. I've updated the 1st post so that it doesn't look as ugly/messy. Hopefully some of you guys'll chime in, otherwise I'll have to decide on my own which ones to keep, and I don't want to discard good ones frown.gif Right now, I'm thinking about getting rid of the HTTYD - Super Dragon scene, as it's over 2GB in size and most people have probably seen it and/or have the movie. The other one is Pearl Harbor - Surprise Attack, as that one is about 2.55GB in size. If both of those went out, then the total size would be around 46.85GB, which would be enough to get (I think) the Pulse and Open Range scenes. I'd really like to have those 2, as they are rather excellent ones that do a good job of showing off. But, after that, I should be good to go and could start immediate work on getting the menu's up and running.

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Great job.

I would maybe just use 1 clip from Dark Knight , 1 clip from Transformers and 1 clip from Iron man 2. That might give you enough space to add the clips you really want included in the ULTIMATE disc.

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I had also checked out

The Day After Tomorrow - Helicopters Freeze & New York gets Flooded
Wall-E
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

But they didn't have anything that was truly noteworthy. Good bass in Transformers, but not a whole lot below 25Hz for any reasonable amount of time. I'd also have liked to get Redline in here, but that would take up to much space. The Haunting DTS dvd is also out, as are Star Wars Episode 1 - Pod Race and Star Wars Episode 2 - Beginning Shot. After I get Pulse and Open Range scenes, I'll see if there's still room for Titan AE - Ice Nebula. I decided to get rid of Pearl Harbor. The 2 Iron Man scenes are both below 500MB each, so I believe they are just to small to get rid of.

Poo, if only there was such a thing as 60GB Blu Ray discs.

Edit: Book of Eli - Street Shootout is gone. Not good enough. Total folder is now at 48.8GB

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I had also checked out
The Day After Tomorrow - Helicopters Freeze & New York gets Flooded
Wall-E
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
But they didn't have anything that was truly noteworthy. Good bass in Transformers, but not a whole lot below 25Hz for any reasonable amount of time. I'd also have liked to get Redline in here, but that would take up to much space. The Haunting DTS dvd is also out, as are Star Wars Episode 1 - Pod Race and Star Wars Episode 2 - Beginning Shot. After I get Pulse and Open Range scenes, I'll see if there's still room for Titan AE - Ice Nebula. I decided to get rid of Pearl Harbor. The 2 Iron Man scenes are both below 500MB each, so I believe they are just to small to get rid of.
Poo, if only there was such a thing as 60GB Blu Ray discs.
Edit: Book of Eli - Street Shootout is gone. Not good enough. Total folder is now at 48.8GB

48.8 is probably too big. You gotta do the 1000 versus 1024 conversion. A kB according to windows is 1024 bytes but according to disc manufacturers it's 1000 bytes.

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