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post #871 of 873 Old 07-24-2015, 02:28 PM
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I need seeders if possible! Thanks guys!

I'm excited about getting this demo disc, and I appreciate everyone that has put effort into it!

Dude, are you made of leprechauns? Cause that was awesome!

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Thanks, everyone! I'll seed as long as I can.

Looking forward to giving this a spin!

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Tip of the hat and tks to those who built this great resource. I don't have a single one of the titles nor do I have the experience to know what's good/bad so it was great to reap the benefit of other people's advice/recommendations.

I don't use torrent or rar at all but had enough Windows skill to stumble through the download process. I do have a pretty good 64bit video editor (PowerDirector) capable of editing/assembling HD video but I found it interesting that every time I dropped one of the files into it, it said it was an invalid type and crashed .. maybe there was some imbedded HDCP code but I would have expected a warning not a crash. However, I was able to just point my burner to the Ref2 BD-R directory and the burn went fine as did my initial testing of the disks.

For what it's worth, just thought I'd mention that I have a Blu-ray burner but only 25GB disks so I ended up splitting the content onto 2 disks. I successfully used the "get all files" torrent to get the files but I couldn't figure out where the basic disk structure was. So, I used the BD9 to BD50 torrent to get the structure and then copied over the files into the Stream part of the structure. If you copy over files 2 to 34, you'll get the entire Surround, Bass, and Visual sections and it will fit fine on a 25GB disk. Then if you replace 2 thru 34 with 35 thru 69, you can create the second disk with Animation, Music and Superheroes. Leave files 0000 and 0001 the same for both disks. The full disk menu will appear for both .. you'll just have to remember to just use the appropriate 3 sections (first 3 or last 3) for each disk. I tried selecting a non-existent file and my player just locked up and I had to power it off/on to get it back.

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