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Downloading Old Trailers (5.1)

Hi there.

I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right place, but here goes!

I have set up my HTPC using Jriver + MADVR.

I'm putting the final touches on my set up and wanted to download some trailers to play before.

Right now I have a 'coming soon' video, followed by 3 random trailers, followed by a 'theater name feature presentation' video.

I am looking for older trailers, such as the original Jurassic Park, Lord of the Rings or the Hobbit movies. I cannot seem to find older trailers except on YouTube, but they're only in stereo.

Does anyone know where to download these and others from the 90s, 2000s?
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Hi there.

I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right place, but here goes!

I have set up my HTPC using Jriver + MADVR.

I'm putting the final touches on my set up and wanted to download some trailers to play before.

Right now I have a 'coming soon' video, followed by 3 random trailers, followed by a 'theater name feature presentation' video.

I am looking for older trailers, such as the original Jurassic Park, Lord of the Rings or the Hobbit movies. I cannot seem to find older trailers except on YouTube, but they're only in stereo.

Does anyone know where to download these and others from the 90s, 2000s?
I think a lot of older (and even more modern) trailers were actually only ever made in stereo to begin with. Most were meant for TV and TV was only stereo at best in those days (MTS). I even recall most DVDs using a DD 2.0 track on the previews, and that even applies to trailers on some BDs today.



Even streaming services...any time I play a trailer on Prime Video for example, it's in stereo.
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