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post #91 of 103 Old 05-31-2019, 02:58 PM
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Wow. I’m just getting into trying to download demo clips and save them to my 128G flash drive. I’m gonna try a few of these. Thanks!
I can't download it, I am using BiglyBT (Vuze) Torrent App, how did you download it?
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Thank you OP for doing this. This is going to make it much easier to demo my new subs!

Is the download really slow for everyone else and any tips on how to speed it up? I am a complete newbie when it comes to torrents. I'm using uTorrent. Currently I should have the whole thing in a week and 6 days.

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Never mind on this... I didn't even realize that at the time my Shield hadn't recognized the HD. As soon as it did the clips showed up! Plugged it into my receiver and Oled to do some sound and video testing to see if I got Dolby out of it and sure enough the whole thing worked like a dream. Now one month till we move and I can use these clips to test out the new theater!!!!!
In SPMC, you may have to first create a source, particularly if you're using a NAS, through SYSTEM>FILE MANAGER. Once you specify a NAS share or similar, then it will show up in FILES when you want to open a movie file. Glad you got it sorted.

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If anyone knows of a way i can upload the files to somewhere and let everyone have access but also let me add new files (got a ton of new clips waiting, captain marvel atmos, black hawk down atmos etc) but i cant add them to a torrent without creating a new torrent from scratch there are cloud services i could use but i cant find any free ones that allow the 300gb etc

Have you looked at Mediafire, filehosting.org, or others listed here? https://hosting.review/file-storage/free-file-hosting/


I'd personally be excited to see an updated torrent with your new files. Current one has only two seeders sadly.

Also, FWIW, I'm a big fan of the "pile of files" approach, versus disc/image. Makes it so much easier to browse a directory and demo.
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All you had to do was ask: I'll seed all weekend and beyond.
Looks like there are a few others, too.
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Many Many Many thanks!!! This is an amazing collection, i now have everything needed to demo and test my home theater system. Amazing job thanks again
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Also another remark, I listened to Guns n Roses paradise city in truehd and then in the same volume on Spotify and the difference is chaotic, I thought it was broken
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Thanks, although not all files correspond to the description e.g.

Orianthi -Now Or Never dts-HD Master Audio, it's only DTS not HD Master


I recommend this version:

Full HD, video 80 Mbps, audio PCM 7.1, 96.0 KHz, 18.400 Kbps

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Thanks, although not all files correspond to the description e.g.

Orianthi -Now Or Never dts-HD Master Audio, it's only DTS not HD Master


I recommend this version:

Full HD, video 80 Mbps, audio PCM 7.1, 96.0 KHz, 18.400 Kbps

https://mega.nz/#F!t4dxDAZZ!iA04Jp9pDKFmZAb39wC24g"]https://mega.nz/#F!t4dxDAZZ!iA04Jp9pDKFmZAb39wC24g
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Thanks, although not all files correspond to the description e.g.

Orianthi -Now Or Never dts-HD Master Audio, it's only DTS not HD Master


I recommend this version:

Full HD, video 80 Mbps, audio PCM 7.1, 96.0 KHz, 18.400 Kbps

https://mega.nz/#F!t4dxDAZZ!iA04Jp9pDKFmZAb39wC24g"]https://mega.nz/#F!t4dxDAZZ!iA04Jp9pDKFmZAb39wC24g
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Thanks for this. I've just finished downloading, and I'll be seeding for a while. What's a good above-average ratio these days?

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Thanks for this. I've just finished downloading, and I'll be seeding for a while. What's a good above-average ratio these days?
1:1 is always ideal but the more the better
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1:1 is always ideal but the more the better
I put in a target of 5:1, but it might take 15 days. My upload pipe is 35 Mbps, but my peers are mostly international. Been getting 6 - 8 Mbps total. Anyway, I will be seeding for a while.

These files are great. I was surprised that Windows 10 native movie player could play these and send bitstream to my AVR. I have a ten year-old computer with a GeForce GTX 750 Ti, and it's been fine for 1080p. I can't wait to see how that dtsX object demo performs when I upgrade in a few years!

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