[RELEASE] Home Theater Experience (Script) - Printable Version
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- azgul - 2009-12-25 12:46
v0lrath Wrote:Sure, but they're pretty big files. I don't know where I can host a several hundred MB file.use winrar, split them up in 200 mb files and rapidshare them
- azgul - 2009-12-25 14:11
please delete this and the below post
- azgul - 2009-12-25 18:39
- mccorkled - 2009-12-25 19:03
v0lrath Wrote:Awesome! Thank you.
- v0lrath - 2009-12-25 22:28
azgul Wrote:use winrar, split them up in 200 mb files and rapidshare them
Wouldn't it be just as easy to download them from that site? Maybe I'll talk to mccorkled about doing something with his mega pack.
mccorkled Wrote:any 720p?
Nope, just 1080p and 480p. Your computer won't play 1080p? These are m2ts files, they might be easier on your processor than x264 encoded files.
- mccorkled - 2009-12-25 22:43
yes my computer is amazingly fast. I only ask because between 720p and 1080p there isnt that much of a difference other then like double the file size.
- v0lrath - 2009-12-26 03:23
mccorkled Wrote:yes my computer is amazingly fast. I only ask because between 720p and 1080p there isnt that much of a difference other then like double the file size.
Then your TV is too small
Really though, the total size difference is only gonna be a few hundred MB max for all of those, so it doesn't bother me. In the grand scheme of things, it's not that much space.
- mccorkled - 2009-12-26 03:32
I understand where you are coming from.
My computer (HTPC) is the shiz. My TV (you were right) is old. Hitachi rear projection.
Ive been wanting a LED/LCD tv, but they come out with a new tv every day so Im holding out for now.
What program do you recommend for converting from .vob to .avi without losing quality? You talked me into getting the True HD ones
- v0lrath - 2009-12-26 04:48
mccorkled Wrote:I understand where you are coming from.
I prefer x264 to XviD (avi) and I use Handbrake when I want to be lazy and MeGUI and Avisynth when I want to do a really good job. Let me know if you actually get the TrueHD audio to play to your receiver, I think my HTPC can only send regular DTS and AC3 over HDMI.
Anyway, that's probably enough off-topic for now
MPAA Rating Screens - v0lrath - 2009-12-26 06:29
Been working on some MPAA ratings screens. I know the format for each rating is slightly different with capitalization and such, but I just copied exactly what I found here and keep each one the same width. The font is also not exactly the same as the real one used, but it's close. The letters for G, PG, etc should be exactly as the real ones are.
The PNG and PSD files can be found here: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=7dac1d95b0978b96e7ba8e3c6e11ce20a603fedff84b7c05d8c7c6998cb4ca21
Mediafire has been acting up, please let me know if there any problems downloading these.
PNG files can also be found HERE: http://www.filedropper.com/ratings (yes, that's the real URL)
Comments, suggestions? Should I change 'MOVIE' to 'FILM' and/or make it smaller or not? That's the only thing I see that might need changed.