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Star Wars: The Complete Saga (1977-2005)

Posted By : Someonelse | Date : 01 Oct 2011 08:58:00 | Comments : 86 |
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Star Wars: The Complete Saga (1977-2005)
17 x Full BluRays + 3 x Bonus Full BluRays | 1080p MPEG-4 AVC Video | 804 Mins
Audio and Subtitles: for details see below in 'BluRay Info' | Total size: ~700 Gb
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | USA

It’s an event that seems to happen in the “Star Wars” world about as often as Wookiees celebrate Life Day, and which fans await with just as much dread. New versions of George Lucas’s space-fantasy films are released, and with them come changes to the movies – alterations to audio and video, characters’ actions and even dialogue that is very different from what fans remember seeing in theaters a long time ago and far, far away.

So it goes for the latest editions of the six “Star Wars” live-action features that are being prepared for a Blu-ray home video release on Sept. 16. Previously, it was reported that the version of “Star Wars – Episode I: The Phantom Menace” included in this release would replace the puppet version of the Yoda character with a computer-generated creation. Then on Tuesday, an online report by Devin Faraci suggested a revelation almost as troubling as the news that Luke and Leia had been brother and sister all along: in a climactic scene from “Return of the Jedi,” when Darth Vader hurls the evil Emperor to his demise on the Death Star, he would now shout “No!” (In all previous versions of “Jedi,” Vader has committed this crucial deed in silence.)

On Wednesday, a press representative for Lucasfilm confirmed that this change will be included in the Blu-ray release, writing in an e-mail: “Yes — Darth says NO.”

Though it may sound like a minor detail among the millions in the “Star Wars” movies, this alteration has not sat well with many admirers of the film franchise. Among the angered fans is Simon Pegg, the “Shaun of the Dead” star and geek-culture icon, who wrote on his Twitter account that he always “loved Vader’s wordless self sacrifice” and called the change a “clueless revision.”

The Blu-ray releases include some dialogue and visual effects changes. Click the links for the videos on YouTube.

1. ANH: Ben Kenobi Krayt Dragon call audio replaced.
2. ANH: R2-D2 hides behind magical rocks that disappear as soon as the Jawas zap him.
3. ROTJ: A Dug is added to Jabba's Palace
4. ROTJ: Jabba's door is enhanced to look much larger.
5. ROTJ: The Ewoks have eyes that blink.
6. ROTJ: Darth Vader yells "No!...Noooo!" as Luke is being electrocuted by the Emperor.
7. TPM: Puppet Yoda replaced with CGI.

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Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
Full BluRay | 1080p MPEG-4 AVC | 02:16:10 | US - 46,88 Gb; CEE - 43,80 Gb
Audio and Subtitles: for details see below in the appropriate 'BluRay Info'
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | Nominated for 3 Oscars + 11 wins | USA

The evil Trade Federation, led by Nute Gunray is planning to take over the peaceful world of Naboo. Jedi's Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi are sent to confront the leaders. But not everything goes to plan. The two Jedis escape, and along with their new Gungan friend, Jar Jar Binks head to Naboo to warn Queen Amidala, but droids have already started to capture Naboo and the Queen is not safe there. Eventually they land on Tatooine, where they become friends with a young boy known as Anakin Skywalker. Qui-Gon is curious about the boy, and sees a bright future for him. The group must now find a way of getting to Coruscant and to finally solve this trade dispute, but there is someone else hiding in the shadows. Are the sith really extinct? Is the Queen who she really says she is? and what's so special about this young boy?






US BluRay Info

Disc Info:
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Length: 2:16:10
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Audio: French / DTS Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit
Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Audio: French / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Audio: Portuguese / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Audio: Spanish / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps
Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps

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Subtitle: English / 0.369 kbps
Subtitle: English / 90.883 kbps
Subtitle: English / 2.426 kbps
Subtitle: English / 117.257 kbps
Subtitle: English / 2.466 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 39.140 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 104.532 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 84.476 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 35.676 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 83.821 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 75.296 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 37.519 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 107.173 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 78.722 kbps
Subtitle: French / 0.704 kbps
Subtitle: French / 38.150 kbps
Subtitle: French / 105.887 kbps
Subtitle: French / 82.312 kbps
Subtitle: Norwegian / 36.490 kbps
Subtitle: Norwegian / 105.526 kbps
Subtitle: Norwegian / 88.733 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 39.342 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 94.683 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 70.371 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 44.112 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 109.898 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 78.491 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 35.437 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 98.979 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 62.469 kbps

CEE BluRay Info

Disc Title: SW_I_THE_PHANTOM_MENACE_BLUEBIRD
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DTS Audio Russian 768 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit
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Dolby Digital Audio Turkish 448 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
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Disc Features:
- Audio Commentary with George Lucas, Rick McCallum, Ben Burtt, Rob Coleman, John Knoll, Dennis Muren and Scott Squires
- Audio Commentary from Archival Interviews with Cast and Crew


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Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)
Full BluRay | 1080p MPEG-4 AVC | 02:22:27 | Asian - 41,57 Gb; US - 47,30 Gb; CEE - 44,72 Gb
Audio and Subtitles: for details see below in the appropriate 'BluRay Info'
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | Nominated for Oscar + 10 wins | USA

Ten years after the 'Phantom Menace' threatened the planet Naboo, Padmé Amidala is now a Senator representing her homeworld. A faction of political separatists, led by Count Dooku, attempts to assassinate her. There aren't enough Jedi to defend the Republic against the threat, so Chancellor Palpatine enlists the aid of Jango Fett, who promises that his army of clones will handle the situation. Meanwhile, Obi-Wan Kenobi continues to train the young Jedi Anakin Skywalker, who fears that the Jedi code will forbid his growing romance with Amidala.






Asian BluRay Info

Star Wars Episode 2 Attack of the Clones 2002 BluRay 1080p AVC DTS-HD MA6.1

Disc Info:
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BD-Java: Yes
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Length: 2:22:27
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Audio: Chinese / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Audio: Thai / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps
Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps

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Subtitle: English / 36.910 kbps
Subtitle: English / 0.249 kbps
Subtitle: English / 2.040 kbps
Subtitle: Chinese / 33.106 kbps
Subtitle: Chinese / 38.846 kbps
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* Subtitle: Japanese / 0.254 kbps
* Subtitle: Japanese / 36.051 kbps
* Subtitle: Japanese / 34.147 kbps
Subtitle: Korean / 30.741 kbps
Subtitle: Korean / 78.911 kbps
Subtitle: Korean / 66.590 kbps
Subtitle: Thai / 31.261 kbps

US BluRay Info

Disc Title: STAR_WARS_ATTACK_OF_THE_CLONES_2002_1080p_AVC_Shadowman
Disc Size: 49,279,158,206 bytes
Protection: AACS
BD-Java: Yes
Playlist: 00800.MPLS
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Length: 2:22:27
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Audio: Spanish / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Audio: French / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
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Audio: Portuguese / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps
Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps
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Subtitle: Spanish / 35.370 kbps
Subtitle: French / 0.514 kbps
Subtitle: French / 33.758 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 30.671 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 34.762 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 30.533 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 31.859 kbps
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Subtitle: English / 90.915 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 89.411 kbps
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Subtitle: French / 87.357 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 85.110 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 75.829 kbps
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Subtitle: Portuguese / 81.210 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 94.171 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 79.624 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 91.377 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 63.276 kbps
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Subtitle: Norwegian / 88.384 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 97.871 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 78.933 kbps
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Subtitle: English / 2.040 kbps
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CEE BluRay Info

Disc Title: SW_II_ATTACK_OF_THE_CLONES_BLUEBIRD
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DTS Audio Russian 768 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit
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Dolby Digital Audio Turkish 448 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
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Disc Features:
- Audio Commentary with George Lucas, Rick McCallum, Ben Burtt, Rob Coleman, Pablo Helman, John Knoll and Ben Snow
- Audio Commentary from Archival Interviews with Cast and Crew


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Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)
Full BluRay | 1080p MPEG-4 AVC | 02:24:13 | Asian - 41,60 Gb; US - 46,74 Gb; CEE - 44,67 Gb
Audio and Subtitles: for details see below in the appropriate 'BluRay Info'
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | Nominated for Oscar + 13 wins | USA

It is three years after the Clone Wars. The leader of the droid army, General Grievous, has captured Chancellor Palpatine on board his ship, the Invisible Hand. Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker must fly through Coruscant safely, and enter the Invisible Hand so that they can rescue the captive Chancellor. Just when Palpatine is about to be released, Count Dooku shows up. Obi-Wan and Anakin both battle it out with him, but Obi-Wan ends up unconscious. Anakin slices off his head and kills him. Anakin carries Obi-Wan, and Palpatine follows him. They meet General Grievous face to face, and Anakin tries to fly the last half of the ship so that they can safely land on Coruscant. Later, Palpatine starts acting strange, constantly manipulating Anakin into believing that the Jedi Council is against him. Eventually, it is found out that he is the Dark Lord of the Sith. Jedi Master Mace Windu fights him, along with three other Jedi that accompany Windu. They all fail. Anakin becomes Darth Vader, believing that he can save Padme from death by becoming evil. After a fierce battle between Obi-Wan and Anakin, Anakin gets fried by the lava at Mustafar. Palpatine takes him to a medical facility, where he gets fake legs and a fake arm attached to him, along with a breath mask, and a helmet. And thus, Darth Vader was born...the Death Star is shown under construction, a weapon of mass destruction that is sure to be used in the future.






Asian BluRay Info

DISC INFO:

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US BluRay Info

Disc Title: STAR_WARS_REVENGE_OF_THE_SITH_2005_1080p_AVC_Shadowman
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Protection: AACS
BD-Java: Yes
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Audio: French / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
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Subtitle: English / 92.485 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 101.990 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 81.155 kbps
Subtitle: French / 103.543 kbps
Subtitle: French / 86.446 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 89.435 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 69.245 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 98.571 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 75.082 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 82.274 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 83.881 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 95.871 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 76.899 kbps
Subtitle: Norwegian / 88.311 kbps
Subtitle: Norwegian / 84.093 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 96.559 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 84.273 kbps
Subtitle: English / 2.733 kbps
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CEE BluRay Info

Disc Title: SW_III_REVENGE_OF_THE_SITH_BLUEBIRD
Disc Size: 46 536 875 667 bytes
Protection: AACS
BD-Java: Yes
BDInfo: 0.5.6

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DTS Audio Russian 768 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit
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Dolby Digital Audio Turkish 448 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
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Presentation Graphics Russian 35,112 kbps
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Presentation Graphics Czech 33,745 kbps
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Presentation Graphics Romanian 36,275 kbps
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Presentation Graphics Italian 80,071 kbps
Presentation Graphics Russian 122,681 kbps
Presentation Graphics Russian 95,369 kbps
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Presentation Graphics English 3,316 kbps

Disc Features:
- Audio Commentary with George Lucas, Rick McCallum, Rob Coleman, John Knoll and Roger Guyett
- Audio Commentary from Archival Interviews with Cast and Crew


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Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
Full BluRay | 1080p MPEG-4 AVC | 02:04:44 | Asian - 39,00 Gb; US - 46,48 Gb; CEE - 40,16 Gb
Audio and Subtitles: for details see below in the appropriate 'BluRay Info'
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | Won 6 Oscars + 27 wins | USA

Luke Skywalker stays with his foster aunt and uncle on a farm on Tatooine. He is desperate to get off this planet and get to the Academy like his friends, but his uncle needs him for the next harvest. Meanwhile, an evil emperor has taken over the galaxy, and has constructed a formidable "Death Star" capable of destroying whole planets. Princess Leia, a leader in the resistance movement, acquires plans of the Death Star, places them in R2D2, a droid, and sends him off to find Obi-Wan Kenobi. Before he finds him, R2D2 ends up on Skywalkers' farm with his friend C3PO. R2 then wanders into the desert, and when Luke follows, they eventually come across Obi-Wan. Will Luke, Obi-Wan, and the two droids be able to destroy the Death Star, or will the Emperor rule forever?

IMDB - Top 250 #16





Asian BluRay Info

DISC INFO:

Disc Title: A_NEW_HOPE
Disc Size: 40,628,764,401 bytes
Protection: AACS
BD-Java: Yes
BDInfo: 0.5.6

PLAYLIST REPORT:

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AUDIO:

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Dolby Digital Audio English 224 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps

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US BluRay Info

Disc Title: STAR_WARS_A_NEW_HOPE_1977_1080p_AVC_Shadowman
Disc Size: 48,422,361,016 bytes
Protection: AACS
BD-Java: Yes
Playlist: 00800.MPLS
Size: 41,562,218,496 bytes
Length: 2:04:44
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Video: MPEG-4 AVC Video (8) / 594 (30277) kbps / 1080p / 23.976 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1
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Audio: Spanish / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
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Audio: Portuguese / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
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Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps
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Subtitle: French / 44.658 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 34.548 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 49.957 kbps
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Subtitle: Spanish / 84.905 kbps
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Subtitle: French / 88.169 kbps
Subtitle: French / 88.567 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 76.382 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 76.783 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 82.692 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 86.470 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 75.779 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 83.986 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 81.989 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 74.093 kbps
Subtitle: Norwegian / 81.659 kbps
Subtitle: Norwegian / 82.185 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 87.138 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 88.783 kbps
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CEE BluRay Info

Disc Title: SW_IV_A_NEW_HOPE_BLUEBIRD
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Protection: AACS
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Presentation Graphics Russian 111,350 kbps
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Disc Features:
- Audio Commentary with George Lucas, Carrie Fisher, Ben Burtt and Dennis Muren
- Audio Commentary from Archival Interviews with Cast and Crew


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Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Full BluRay | 1080p MPEG-4 AVC | 02:07:21 | Asian - 41,39 Gb; US - 46,46 Gb; CEE - 40,19 Gb
Audio and Subtitles: for details see below in the appropriate 'BluRay Info'
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | Won Oscar + 11 wins | USA

The story of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia and the others didn't end with the destruction of the Death Star - it continues in THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK. Imperial forces have since driven the Rebels to hide on the ice world Hoth. But even on such an icy, backwater world, they cannot escape the wicked Darth Vader's eye for long, and he devastates the Rebel base in an assault with the horrible AT-AT walkers. Luke flees to Dagobah to begin Jedi Knight training with Yoda, while Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia and C-3PO run the blockade of Imperial Star Destroyers in the Millenium Falcon. The Imperials pursue them across the galaxy and eventually catch up with them at Bespin. Now Darth Vader plans to use them as bait to lure Luke Skywalker to him, and turns Han Solo over to Boba Fett as a prize to be delivered to crime lord Jabba the Hutt. Luke learns a terrible family secret after losing a swordfight with Vader. Will he - and the others - escape the Empire's clutches?

IMDB - Top 250 #12





Asian BluRay Info

DISC INFO:

Disc Title: EMPIRE_STRIKES_BACK
Disc Size: 43,114,001,382 bytes
Protection: AACS
BD-Java: Yes
BDInfo: 0.5.6

PLAYLIST REPORT:

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Presentation Graphics Chinese 89.593 kbps
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US BluRay Info

Disc Title: STAR_WARS_EMPIRE_STRIKES_BACK_1980_1080p_AVC_Shadowman
Disc Size: 48,399,505,381 bytes
Protection: AACS
BD-Java: Yes
Playlist: 00800.MPLS
Size: 41,666,992,128 bytes
Length: 2:07:21
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Audio: Spanish / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
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Audio: Portuguese / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
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Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps
Subtitle: English / 42.351 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 34.984 kbps
Subtitle: French / 34.676 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 27.572 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 36.370 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 27.759 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 29.621 kbps
Subtitle: Norwegian / 25.533 kbps
Subtitle: Danish / 29.278 kbps
Subtitle: English / 99.876 kbps
Subtitle: English / 95.042 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 86.115 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 81.959 kbps
Subtitle: French / 93.328 kbps
Subtitle: French / 94.435 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 77.792 kbps
Subtitle: Dutch / 79.921 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 89.190 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 77.486 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 78.033 kbps
Subtitle: Finnish / 78.293 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 81.472 kbps
Subtitle: Swedish / 75.316 kbps
Subtitle: Norwegian / 81.537 kbps
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Subtitle: Danish / 89.620 kbps
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Subtitle: English / 1.918 kbps

CEE BluRay Info

Disc Title: SW_V_EMPIRE_STRIKES_BACK_BLUEBIRD
Disc Size: 41 872 748 450 bytes
Protection: AACS
BD-Java: Yes
BDInfo: 0.5.6

PLAYLIST REPORT:

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AUDIO:

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DTS Audio Russian 768 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit
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Dolby Digital Audio English 224 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps

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Presentation Graphics Czech 31,987 kbps
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Presentation Graphics Italian 84,825 kbps
Presentation Graphics Russian 107,808 kbps
Presentation Graphics Russian 102,964 kbps
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Presentation Graphics English 1,918 kbps

Disc Features:
- Audio Commentary with George Lucas, Irvin Kershner, Carrie Fisher, Ben Burtt and Dennis Muren
- Audio Commentary from Archival Interviews with Cast and Crew


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Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983)
Full BluRay | 1080p MPEG-4 AVC | 02:14:47 | Asian - 39,47 Gb; US - 46,90 Gb; CEE - 40,61 Gb
Audio and Subtitles: for details see below in the appropriate 'BluRay Info'
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | Nominated for 4 Oscars + 11 wins | USA

The Empire is more than halfway through construction of a new Death Star - almost twice as big, but more than twice as powerful. When completed, it will spell certain doom for Luke Skywalker and the Rebels. Han Solo is a prisoner of crime lord Jabba the Hutt, and Princess Leia soon finds herself in the gangster's hands. Luke Skywalker, aided by C-3PO and R2-D2, makes his way into Jabba's palace, hoping to secure his friends' freedom. But the Hutt has no intention of doing so and tries to kill them all. After escaping from Jabba and the sands of Tatooine, they regroup with the Rebel fleet, which is massing for an attack against the new satellite battle station at Endor. Lando Calrissian is pressed into action to lead the Rebel fighter attack, while Han is put in charge of a group of soldiers to take out the shield generator protecting the Death Star. Luke, however, surrenders to Vader's soldiers on Endor, and is taken in front of Vader's boss - the Galactic Emperor - on the Death Star for final corruption to the Dark Side of the Force. The fleet of Imperial Star Destroyers ambushes the Rebels, cutting them off. Worse, the new Death Star begins turning its giant laser on the Rebel carriers. It appears that nothing will stop the Empire's triumph - unless things start to change quickly...

IMDB - Top 250 #100





Asian BluRay Info

DISC INFO:

Disc Title: RETURN_OF_THE_JEDI
Disc Size: 41,119,560,508 bytes
Protection: AACS
BD-Java: Yes
BDInfo: 0.5.6

PLAYLIST REPORT:

Name: 00800.MPLS
Length: 2:14:47 (h:m:s)
Size: 39,698,903,040 bytes
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(*) Indicates included stream hidden by this playlist.

VIDEO:

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AUDIO:

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----- -------- ------- -----------
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Audio Commentary with George Lucas, Carrie Fisher, Ben Burtt and Dennis Muren
Audio Commentary from Archival Interviews with Cast and Crew


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Star Wars: Bonus Discs
3 x Full BluRays | Disc 1 - 31.68 Gb; Disc 2 - 20,32 Gb; Disc 3 - 40,03 Gb

Do note that discs one and two include English SDH, Spanish, French, Dutch, and Portuguese subtitles, while the features on disc three include subs in those languages, plus Brazilian Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, and Greek.

Bonus Disc 1: Prequel Features

Episode I - Naboo

* Interviews
o Naboo Overview (4:52): Design Director Doug Chiang and others discuss the the look/style of Naboo and the CGI battle.
o Liam Neeson Interview (2:21): Neeson talks about the message of the film.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Trash-Talking Droids (00:36)
o The Battle Is Over (00:29): Look out for The Wire's Dominic West!
o Anakin's Return (00:26)
* The Collection: Includes sections for Jar Jar Maquette, Trade Federation Battleship Model, Republic Cruiser Model, Queen Amidala Throne Room Costume, Full-Sized Battle Droid, Naboo Starfighter Model, Sando Aqua Monster Maquette, Darth Maul Costume, and Palpatine's Shuttle Model.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode I - Tatooine

* Interviews
o Tatooine Overview (3:41): A look at the franchise's return to Tatooine.
o Rick McCallum Interview - Podracers (1:04)
o Rick McCallum Interview - Filming in Tunisia (2:32)
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Battle on the Boarding Ramp (00:28)
o Extended Podrace Wager (1:35)
* The Collection: Includes sections for Queens Royal Starship Model, Eopie with Anakin Maquette, Watto Maquette, Sebulba Maquette, Dud Bolt Puppet, Anakin's Podracer Model, and the Sith Speeder Model.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode I - Coruscant

* Interviews
o Coruscant Overview (4:35): An intro to the design of the home planet of the Republic.
o George Lucas on Preparing to Write Episode I - 1994 (3:05): Lucas talks about the technological advances that allows him to portray new things on screen.
* Deleted/Extended Scene
o Bail Organa of Alderaan (00:28)
* The Collection: Includes sections for Coruscant Air Taxi Model, Queen Amidala Senate Costume, Pre-Senate Address Costume, and Senate Guard Costume.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode II - Coruscant

* Interviews
o Coruscant Overview (3:56): A look at the process of going down to "street level" on Coruscant.
o Ewan McGregor Interview (1:12): Ewan talks about how Episode IV was the first film he saw in the cinema.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Extended Speeder Chase (1:10)
o The Lost Twenty (1:05): An interesting scene where the librarian on Coruscant tells Obi-Wan why Count Dooku left the Jedi council.
* The Collection: Includes sections for Dexter Jettster Maquette, Zam Wesell Speeder Model, Youngling Outfit, and Zam Wesell Costume.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode II - Naboo

* Naboo Overview (3:09): A look at the evolution of the planet since the previous film.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Anakin's Nightmares (1:07): Anakin dreams about his mother in danger.
o Anakin and Ruwee (00:54): Anakin talks with Padme's father.
* The Collection: Includes Sections for Shaak Maquette, Anakin Peasant Costume (with and without cloak), and Padme Peasant Costume (with and without cloak).
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode II - Tatooine

* Tatooine Overview (3:55): A discussion about the design philosophy for Tatooine.
* The Collection: Includes sections for C-3PO Costume, Tusken Raider Woman Costume, and Tusken Raider Child Costume.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode II - Geonosis

* Interviews
o Geonosis Overview (3:35): Here we learn how termite dwellings were the basis for the architecture of the Geonosians.
o Hayden Christensen Interview (1:29): Christensen talks about fight choreography.
o Blue Screen Acting (3:38): Christopher Lee and Hayden Christensen explain the process of acting in front of blue screen.
* Deleted/Extended Scene
o Raid on the Droid Control Ship and Extended Arena Fight
* The Collection: Includes sections for Geonosian Maquette, Acklay Maquette, Nexu Maquette, Reek Maquette, Padme Trip to Geonosis Costume, Jango Fett Costume, Super Battle Droid Maquette, Geonosis Arena, Republic Gunship Model, and Clone Trooper Model.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode III - Coruscant

* Interviews
o Coruscant Overview (5:19): A discussion of the space battle above Coruscant and the cameos that the supervisors and producers make in the opera box next to the Emperor's.
o Samuel L. Jackson Interview (2:34): Samuel L. talks about how George Lucas let him have a purple lightsaber.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Elevator Antics (1:39): Banter between Anakin and Obi-Wan.
o Escape Through the Hangar (2:39)
o Changes to the Constitution (2:04)
* The Collection: Includes sections for Separatist Cruiser Model, ARC-170 Model, Jedi Starfighter Model, Count Dooku Lightsaber, Palpatine Trade Federation Costume, and Anakin Costume.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode III - Utapau

* Utapau Overview (4:52): Visual Effects Supervisor John Knoll discusses some of the particular challenges of the Utapau location, include model work and CGI backgrounds.
* Deleted/Extended Scene
o Utapau Chase Animatic (8:34): This much longer version of the Utapau chase was actually supervised by Steven Spielberg, who wanted to get firsthand experience with the animatic process.
* The Collection: Includes sections for Boga with Obi-Wan Maquette, Utapau Sinkhole Maquette, Landing Platform Maquette, General Grievous Maquette, and Tion Medon Costume.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode III - Mustafar

* Interviews
o Mustafar Overview (4:29): Concept design supervisor Ryan Church talks about the process of designing the lava world.
o Natalie Portman Interview (2:11): Portman discusses her character.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Mustafar Duel Animatic (3:37)
o Mustafar Duel/Lava River Animatic (3:49)
* The Collection: Includes sections for Obi-Wan Lightsaber, Anakin Lightsaber, Mustafar Landscape Maquette, and Burnt Anakin Head.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode III - Kashyyyk and Order 66

* Kashyyyk and Order 66 Overview (5:43): Ryan Church discusses how his team was actually directly inspired by the Star Wars Christmas Special for the design of Kashyyyk.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Kashyyyk Attack and Order 66 Animatic (6:47): A long animatic that explores the fates of some of the additional Jedi.
o Anakin Kills Shaak Ti (00:37): Here, Anakin stabs master Shaak Ti with his lightsaber at the Jedi Temple.
o Jedi Imposters at the Temple (00:47)
o Senate Duel Animatic (5:34): An altered version of the duel between Yoda and the Emperor.
o Yoda Communes with Qui-Gon (1:00): Qui-Gon teaches Yoda to merge with the Force.
* The Collection: Includes sections for Wookie Tree Maquette, Felucia Maquettes, Chewbacca Costume, Darth Vader Costume, and Imperial Officer Costume.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery


Bonus Disc 2: Original Trilogy Features

Episode IV - Tatooine

* Interviews
o Tatooine Overview (3:49): Production illustrator Ralph McQuarrie talks about some of his initial paintings/drawings for George Lucas, 2nd Cameraman Dennis Muren discusses the Tunisian shoot, and sound effect artist Ben Burtt describes how he came up with the Jawa language.
o Mark Hamill Interview (2:15): Hamill briefly discusses working with Lucas, meeting Alec Guiness, and having fun on set.
o Anthony Daniels Interview (1:21): Daniels talks about the odd couple relationship between C-3PO and R2.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Tosche Station (5:21): Awesome. Ever wonder what Tosche Station is? Turns out it's the local hangout for Luke and his buddies. There's a great scene here where Biggs reveals to Luke his plan to join the rebellion. You can see why this was cut--it would definitely slow down the film-- but it's a great piece of previously unseen Star Wars history.
o Old Woman on Tatooine (00:24): An elderly woman tells Luke to drive safely.
o Aunt Beru's Blue Milk (00:31): A shot of Beru filling up her pitcher with that gross-looking gray/blue liquid they drink at the dinner table.
o The Search for R2-D2 (00:42): Lucas cut this scene because he thought the rear projection visual effects weren't up to snuff.
o Cantina Rough Cut (7:18): A preliminary version of the Cantina sequence. Look out for Han-Solo hanging out with a local lady friend!
o Stormtrooper Search (00:54): Some of this unused footage found its way into the Star Wars Holiday Special.
* The Collection: Includes sections for Landspeeder Prototype Model, Millenium Falcon Prototype Model, R2-D2, Tatooine From Orbit Matte Painting, Jawa Costume, Tusken Raider Mask, and Ketwol Mask.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode IV - Aboard the Death Star

* Interviews
o Aboard the Death Star Overview (5:47): Sound effects designer Ben Burtt talks about how he had a "field day" making sounds for the Death Star.
o Carrie Fisher Interview (1:45): Fischer discusses the audition process and her reaction to her theme in the score.
* Deleted/Extended Scene
o Darth Vader Widens the Search (00:36): Additional footage that made its way into the holiday special.
* The Collection: Includes sections for Death Star Prototype Model, Holo-Chess Set, Bridge Power Trench Matte Painting, and Luke's Stormtrooper Torso.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode IV - The Battle of Yavin

* Battle of Yavin Overview (4:22): Dennis Muren discusses the process of filming the Death Star trench run sequence.
* Deleted/Extended Scene
o Alternate Biggs and Luke Reunion (00:36): An extended version of the scene, including a reference to Anakin.
* The Collection: Includes sections for X-Wing Fighter Prototype and Final Models, Y-Wing Prototype and Final Models, TIE Fighter Prototype and Final Models, Darth Vader's TIE Fighter Model, X-Wing Pilot Costume, Death Star Laster Tower Model, and Yavin 4 Matte Painting.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode V - Hoth

* Interviews
o Hoth Overview (3:31): Dennis Muren explains how he tried to do as many of the effects in-camera to avoid having to do complicated composite work. There's some great footage here of the filming of some stop-motion sequences.
o George Lucas on Editing The Empire Strikes Back, 1979 (3:25): A vintage interview with George, who compares editing to constructing a house.
o Irvin Kershner Interview (3:02): Kershner gives his thoughts on Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Han and Leia: Extended Echo Base Argument (1:43): Nice. In this long version of their arguement, Han tells Leia, "You're as cold as this planet."
o Luke's Recovery (1:16): Additional footage of Luke in the medical tank.
o Luke and Leia: Medical Center (2:15): Luke and Leia very nearly end up making out, only to be interrupted by R2.
o Deleted Wampa Scenes (2:43): In the script, the Wampa was supposed to rampage through the Hoth base, but Lucas was unimpressed with the effects work--it's not hard to see why, the Wampa looks like a guy wearing a shag carpet--and the subplot was cut.
o The Fate of General Veers (00:31): Here, General Veers suffers a kamikaze attack from a snowspeeder.
* The Collection: Includes sections for AT-AT Walker Fallen Model, Snowspeeder Model, Tauntaun Maquette, Rebel Transport Model, Hoth Landscape Matte Painting, Leia Hoth Costume, and Han Solo Interior Hoth Costume.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode V - Dagobah

* Interviews
o Dagobah Overview (4:29): A behind-the-scenes look at the Dagobah set, which presented some unique challenges to shooting. Frank Oz also discusses Yoda's speech syntax.
o George Lucas on the Force, 2010 (5:20): Lucas talks about the philosophy of the Force in what looks to be a writer's room.
* Deleted/Extended Scene
o Yoda's Test (1:21): The special effects were never completed on this sequence, which has Yoda levitating a silver bar and having Luke try to slice it in half.
* The Collection: Includes sections for Yoda Model, Luke's Severed Head, Dagobah Bog Matte Painting, Dagobah Matte Painting, and Luke's Tan Costume.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode V - Pursued by the Imperial Fleet

* Pursued by the Imperial Fleet Overview (3:25): Muren talks about the execution of the astroid chase sequence.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Hiding in the Astroid (1:06): Here we see Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher reacting to "explosions," which were really just the cameraman shaking the camera.
o Alternate Han and Leia Kiss (1:59): A longer version of the Han/Leia kiss, with C-3PO ruining the moment.
* The Collection: Includes sections for Star Destroyer Model, Millennium Falcon Model, Space Slug, Darth Vader's Star Destroyer Model, Star Destroyer Hull Model, Executor Bridge Matte Painting, Boba Fett Prototype Costume, Imperial Officer Costume, and Rebel Cruiser Model.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode V - Cloud City

* Cloud City Overview (2:54): Production designer Norman Reynolds talks about the influence of the Bauhaus school of architecture on Cloud City.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Lobot's Capture (00:57): Here, Lando's aide, Lobot, is captured for his role in the rebel escape.
o Leia Tends to Luke (1:03): Leia works on Luke's arm and talks about how Han was taken by Boba Fett.
* The Collection: Includes sections for Twin-Pod Cloud Car Model, Cloud City Models, Cloud City Matte Painting, Cloud City Landing Platform Matte Painting, Cloud City Core Vane Matte Painting, Core Vane Platform Matte Painting, Lando Bespin Costume, and Slave I Matte Painting.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode VI - Tatooine

* Tatooine Overview: A look at the production design for Jabba's palace.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Vader's Arrival and Reaching Out to Luke (2:50): A nearly complete sequence that almost made it into the final cut, with Vader contacting Luke via the Force while Luke builds his new lightsaber.
o Tatooine Sandstorm (2:15): An impressive sandstorm sequence that never made it into the film. With big goggles and a scarf blowing in the wind, Han Solo looks like a badass here.
* The Collection: Includes sections for Rancor Maquette, EV-9D9, Salacious B. Crumb, C-3PO's Head, Jabba's Palace Matte Painting, Sarlacc Pit Matte Painting, Leia's Boushh Costume, Leia's Slave Costume, Lando Skiff Guard Costume, and Jabba's Radio Controlled Eyes.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode VI - Endor

* Interviews
o Endor Overview (4:52): Dennis Muren explains how he initially planed out the speeder-bike chase using G.I. Joe models, and how he simulated 100mph speeds by shooting one frame per second.
o Harrison Ford Interview (1:34): Ford talks about Lucas' vision and process.
* Deleted/Extended Scene
o Rebel Raid on the Bunker (2:22): In this extended sequence, the rebels encounter more resistance as they storm the bunker.
* The Collection: Includes sections for AT-ST Walker Model, Speeder Bike, Imperial Shuttle Model, Ewok Hang Glider Maquette, Imperial Shuttle Landing Matte Painting, Endor Landing Platform Matte Painting, Ewok Costume, and Biker Scout Costume.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery

Episode VI - Death Star II Space Battle

* Death Star II Space Battle Overview (4:04): Model maker Bill George discusses the added complexities of shooting this attack on the second Death Star.
* Deleted/Extended Scenes
o Jerjerrod's Conflict (2:28): Minor character Commander Jerjerrod was featured in a few additional shots that were ultimately cut from the film. Here, we see his reluctance to carry out the attack on the Endor moon.
o Battle of Endor: The Lost Rebels (9:40): Nine minutes of footage of rebel pilots who never made it into the film, including two female pilots and an Admiral Ackbar-type creature who, at one point, yells out, "Fried calamari tonight!"
* The Collection: Includes sections for B-Wing Fighter Model, TIE Interceptor Fighter Model, Death Star Under Construction Model, Imperial Shuttle Bay Matte Painting, Admiral Ackbar Costume, Death Star Docking Bay Matte Painting, and Millennium Falcon in Hangar Matte Painting.
o 360 Degree Turnarounds
o Video Commentaries
* Concept Art Gallery


Bonus Disc 3: The Star Wars Documentaries

* The Making of Star Wars (1977, SD, 49:01): A retro making-of documentary and promo piece that came out shortly after the first film's release. Includes interviews with George Lucas and appearances by Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher.
* The Empire Strikes Back: SPFX (1980, SD, 48:05): Similarly, a making-of doc for Empire, which looks specifically at the then- innovative visual effects.
* Classic Creatures: The Return of the Jedi (1983, SD, 48:07): An exploration of the menagerie of Star Wars creatures, compared to and contrasted against the grand tradition of movie monsters. Hosted by Carrie Fisher and Billy Dee Williams.
* Anatomy of a Dewback (1997, SD, 26:17): A look at the process of turning the rubber puppet dewbacks of the original trilogy into moving CGI creatures for the special edition release of A New Hope.
* Star Warriors (2007, SD, 1:24:00): A tribute to the 501st Legion, an international group of Star Wars cos-play enthusiasts who hold "armor parties" and do volunteer work. The cruel part of me wants to ask some of these people, "Aren't you a little fat for a stormtrooper?" This is the first time this doc has been included on a Star Wars home video release.
* Star Wars Tech (2007, 1080p, 45:36): Another first-time-on-video doc, this one exploring the plausibility of the science in Star Wars, including interviews with "leading scientists in the fields of physics, prosthetics, lasers, engineering, and astronomy." Pretty cool.
* A Conversation with the Masters: The Empire Strikes Back 30 Years Later (2010, 1080i, 25:11): This new retrospective will probably be of most interest to fans, as it features George Lucas, the late Irvin Kershner, Lawrence Kasdan, and John Williams looking back on Empire.
* Star Wars Spoofs (2011, 1080i, 1:37:32): An hour and a half long collection of Star Wars parodies in pop culture, from a vintage Candid Camera clip from 1977 to the adorable "Young Vader" Volkswagon commercial that aired during the 2011 Super Bowl. Includes segments from SNL, Robot Chicken, That 70s Show, Fanboys, Chad Vader, and more.


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The Best on Blu-ray: Restoring the Star Wars Saga for the HD Generation

Though the Star Wars movies were created for the big screen, George Lucas and his production team have made efforts to ensure they look and sound as good as possible for their home video releases. With the Saga's long-awaited release on high-definition Blu-ray disc this September, it will be arriving in the best looking and best sounding home video format ever, a release that required meticulous optimization of picture and sound.

It's not without precedent. The 1993 Laserdisc set saw the inclusion of a new sound mix that took from the best of what had come before. The 1995 VHS release underwent the scrutiny of a then-new THX home video review process. The 2004 DVD launch of Episodes IV, V and VI saw a concerted restorative effort to bring the picture and sound up to the digital clarity that audiences now expect from Star Wars. The unprecedented quality of the Blu-ray experience required even more investment.

After numerous tests and comparisons of different conversions of the filmed Star Wars movies, the restored high-definition masters were selected as a starting point for artistic preferences. But even with these carefully restored masters, there was still room for restoration to ensure the best quality Blu-ray presentation from these.

The Phantom Menace Revisited
Surprisingly, one of the more recent Star Wars movies benefits the most from Blu-ray. When Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace arrived in theaters in 1999, it presaged the birth of digital cinema. Though it boasts over 2,000 visual effects shots featuring digital animation, environments and compositing, Episode I was captured and released on film. Its 2001 DVD release -- the first Star Wars movie released in the DVD format -- was acclaimed for its picture and sound quality at the time. But the expectations for home video picture quality a decade later are so much higher that Episode I now looks the most dated on DVD.

"When they did the transfer from film for the previous DVD, they wanted to make sure they got rid of frame edges, artifacts, splices or what have you," says Dorne Huebler, an Associate Visual Effects Supervisor at ILM involved in the Blu-ray restoration. "So they were pretty aggressive about the blow-up."

A blow-up is a magnification of the film image done to avoid displaying the edges of the frame. The Episode I home video magnifies the image to such an extent that approximately 8 percent of the picture is missing. In certain shots in Episode I, there are characters from the edge of frame that are gone in the DVD release, and have now been restored for the Blu-ray.

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"When we started restoring the film at this stage, we went back to the original digital files rather than the film-outs," continues Huebler. "And because of that, we could be much more selective about minimizing the blow-up. You're seeing more of the image. It's cleaner and crisper. Throughout the film, it's a lot more pristine. It's probably the best it's looked."

Expanding the picture and revisiting it in high-definition also surfaced some longstanding visual effects and technical errors that had gone undetected in the past. Though not every shot has been revisited (there are 2,000 after all), some have been corrected for this release.

"Ironically when you see things in HD, it's not forgiving in the way film can be," explains Huebler. "Flicker, grain and projector weave naturally disguise certain nuances when viewing film. We've really gone over shots with a fine-toothed comb and discovered issues we could improve with a bit of TLC."

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Fode and Beed, the two-headed announcer of the Podrace, for instance, suffers an anatomical anomaly unique to digital characters. At one point, his hand intersects with his body. This was corrected frame-by-frame for the Blu-ray edition.

Episodes II and III
Episodes II and III had the least amount of correction and restoration required, as they were captured and released in high-definition digital video from the start. The team at Lucasfilm is better positioned to directly transfer the image and sound from their source to Blu-ray for Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. Though the movies were meticulously reviewed, there weren't as many surprise picture defects that required addressing.

"The pipeline really changed between Episode I, which was more of a conventional process early in the era of digital filmmaking, and Episodes II and III," recalls Huebler. "I remember, because Episode I was the first project I worked on here at ILM. At the time, our technology and our pipeline allowed us to see dailies on video at a lower resolution. When a shot was approved, we usually went straight to film. That changed when we went to HD for Episodes II and III. In that sense, it was much more of a what-you-see is what-you-get in dailies. You could scrutinize it. With film, you can't stop on a frame as easily, or zoom into it to take a look at things. But with digital, you can."

Episodes IV, V and VI
The older films of Episode IV, V and VI required special care and attention. Already, for the 2004 release, the movies underwent significant digital restoration to have them align with George Lucas' vision of the six Star Wars movies being a single, seamless presentation. However, that is not to say that that work done for the 2004 release was simply ported over to Blu-ray.

"It went through three phases of QC (quality control) processes," describes Diane Caliva, Production Manager for Media Operations at ILM. "In addition to Lucasfilm reviewing, there were outside companies hired as well. The first was Blu-focus/THX QCing our masters. Then it went through Deluxe and their QC process. And at last was the emulation phase, by the Deluxe team . We would get 'kickback notes', and then Dorne and our team we would assess the shots, and go in and clean up the files."

The copious QC notes would identify subtle defects in the picture and sound. Most of the work done on Episodes IV, V and VI are subtle restorative touches -- the correction of blemishes and warping on the image, dirt removal from old transfers and such. Side-effects of the optical compositing process -- like the gray "garbage matte" boxes that occasionally surround the TIE fighters of Episode IV, for example, were reviewed on a case-by-case basis. And, like Episode I, there would be a few surprises that had remained hidden in the movies for decades.

A longstanding picture error that occurs during the TIE fighter attack on the Millennium Falcon was finally fixed. Right before Han nails the last TIE fighter dogging his ship, his laser blasts zap into the empty spaces between the TIE's wings. But as the TIE flies toward camera, nearly a third of the frame has been left black and empty. "It has always been missing," says Huebler. "Looking at it, what I think we were seeing was an image that had been flopped way back at the time, and you were seeing off into the soundtrack area [of the frame]. Because it was star-fields on black, it was subtle enough that it didn't catch people's eye. That one was kind of fun to do: we tracked in a star-field to match, and extended the laser-fire so it didn't get chopped off."

Before:

After:

There are a handful of such technical shot corrections in addition to the cleanups throughout the films. For The Empire Strikes Back, there was less work required, but one nitpicky error has been addressed. The very edge of frame makes it evident that the wampa arm that attacks Luke is mounted on a puppeteer's arm. This has been corrected.

Before:

After:

"Some of the issues come from these movies being finished for film and projected for film, and that's how people saw them. A lot of things that look a little different on HD or DVD are really the nature of how video treats color space," explains Huebler. A dramatic example of this came up in the 2004 DVD release, with the dimming of the lightsaber cores throughout the trilogy, even to the point where Luke's lightsaber aboard the Millennium Falcon shifted from blue to green in Episode IV.

Before:

After:

"We're trying to get back to the intention of the original film experience," says Huebler. "That's really what's going on with the lightsabers. You want that hot white core, and it was just right for film, but on video, that was dampened."

Issues such as these have been corrected, most notably in Return of the Jedi, when Luke and Vader's lightsabers cross in front of the Emperor's face. With the blades dimmed, the hand-animated nature of the lightsabers became too apparent, and the sabers failed to register properly at their intersection point.

Before:

After:

Revisiting the lightsabers in Return of the Jedi gave ILM the opportunity to fix a longstanding visual defect from the 1983 release. During the filming of Jedi, there was something unsatisfactory about the final close-ups of the Emperor -- something objectionable about the way Ian McDiarmid's makeup looked or the light played on the side of his hood. So, George Lucas opted to "fix it in post," a risky move in the pre-digital days. A hand-animated shadow was drawn during all of the Emperor's close-up, an odd black blob that danced on the edge of his cowl.

In the theatrical release, the light of the darkened theater experience did not make these blobs look too apparent, but the eventual home video release of Episode VI made them very obvious. Home televisions couldn't be calibrated as finely to hide these animated shadows, and many viewers who watched and rewatched Return of the Jedi on VHS or DVD couldn't help but notice what came to be nicknamed in the fan community "the Emperor's slugs." These visual defects have been eliminated with a digital shadow that better matches the surrounding frame.

"When you're reviewing shots as they were meant to be in a theater in real-time, you don't see these things," says Caliva. "But now that people have Blu-ray and they can go frame-by-frame, you see more issues."

"There is a lot of what ends up being 'invisible' fixes," agrees Huebler. "That's the goal: when it's invisible that you don't notice that something glitched or there was a mistake. That could be very challenging to get to, as each one has its own creative decisions."



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Posted By: retan Date: 12 Sep 2011 20:25:45
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!
Posted By: armanialberto Date: 12 Sep 2011 21:08:30
Heyyy. upload more slow. Thank you so much.
Posted By: Rorque Date: 12 Sep 2011 23:41:50
Fuck man, just, fuck.
I'd love 'em but it'd take over a week for me to get them all!
You're one of the greats on here; there's a couple of others but you
are right up there with 'em.
Just fantastic. If I could afford to buy these I would but ah well, maybe
I should set aside a week!!
Phew! Keep it up!
Be well.
Posted By: smorrissey Date: 12 Sep 2011 23:49:22
bonus discs?
Posted By: cronopio Date: 13 Sep 2011 00:15:33
WOW, awesome upload !!! 1Gb links.... I don't think I'm going to download this but I have to give you thanks for such an outstanding job.
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 13 Sep 2011 01:09:06
@smorrissey

As I'll find it, I'll immediately upload it to here.
I want to see it too :)
Posted By: smorrissey Date: 13 Sep 2011 02:17:07
@Someonelse thanks mate all those movies i watched them last week.
Posted By: Liquid Silver Date: 13 Sep 2011 02:17:53
Thanks a million!!! This post is just awesome!
Posted By: cabroncito Date: 13 Sep 2011 07:05:47
f@cking awesome, you are the man!
thx for them!
Posted By: berke_tr Date: 13 Sep 2011 07:10:17
You are doing an awesome job! Special thanks for The Criterion Collection...
Posted By: twylightsync Date: 13 Sep 2011 07:24:25
Isd like these bumped down to like 1 or 2 gig size.... that would be doable,

but i never understood links this large, at this much time, size used, and hassle, why not buy it?
Posted By: ra1apm Date: 13 Sep 2011 14:56:09
Sorprendido por el enorme esfuerzo y apenado por el atraso de velocidad del servicio de internet en la america latina, aqui aun tenemos demasiadas limitaciones de velocidad. Gracias.
Posted By: ultraneonoirantihero Date: 13 Sep 2011 20:36:50
These aren't the new ones. The new blu-ray releases are a few days away. These are the old German SkyTV HD rips. That TV station broadcasted HD Star Wars movies, and people recorded it in HD. But the title scroll and audio were in Deutch, so they spliced it with the 2004 DVD title scroll (upscaled to 1080p) and audio (which is in excellent 44100KHz). But these custom blu-ray versions are gonna be better than these new altered ones. So this is actually the best possible star wars hd version you can have.
Posted By: smorrissey Date: 13 Sep 2011 23:23:33
@ ultraneonoirantihero can't you read? they are the bluray ones the're out since the last week. I didn't have to pay a penny for them, Thanks God, Lucas hope you learn we want the original trilogy.
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 14 Sep 2011 00:13:34
@ultraneonoirantihero

You are wrong!!
These are real BluRay discs, European and Asian releases...
Reencoding movies to BluRay format are quite hard and pointless work which is not worth it.

At first the release was scheduled on September 12, then it was moved to September 16, so these discs were ready long before, and don't forget about such phenomenon as "leak", it's a quite popular phenomenon in our time.

Do not mislead people, please.
Posted By: Shamu Date: 14 Sep 2011 01:08:49
@ultraneonoirantihero

Ultra Fail. Why would Someonelse make the ewoks blink, or add the "strange" dragon call from obi-wan on episode 4. This was "leaked" ages ago. I only trust Someonelse release when it comes to 1080 rips. @ ultraneonoirantihero May your light saber grow fungus waiting for the US release. Good job Someonelse.
Posted By: TinyBear Date: 14 Sep 2011 05:28:28
@ultraneonoirantihero:
What you said was about the officially US release. On the other regions, you may get the blu-rays/DVDs a few days before the official releases. I got the REAL Star Wars Original Trilogy (IV, V, VI) blu-rays even 2 weeks ago:-)
Posted By: galmuchet Date: 14 Sep 2011 07:18:25
Hello :-)
Sure it's good quality, but I can't understand how only one poster can offer 10 or 15 topics a day (Bluray (25/45 Gb) Criterion collection, full DVD9 ...) is he a superman, what's his DSL connection, is it a team ... which member can download all this production???
It looks like a competition only, I appreciate when choice is judicious: rarity, reedition ... but I'm afraid it's too much and not really personal, can we really speak about "share" or something else.
And what about hosting services, where is MU or RS really free and reliable ...
Waiting for explanation thanx :-)
Posted By: Shamu Date: 14 Sep 2011 07:43:08
@ galmuchet

I don't know about "superman" but he is some thing else. I've known him for some time now and if there is one thing you can count on , it's his ability to reupload any link in a blink of an eye. (lets not get started with RS and MU. If you want those links there are other sites that host them. I got myself a premium account just to keep up with him)

The only reason i hang around this post is because of the illusive "BONUS DISC"!!!. Should be any time soon... :P
Posted By: galmuchet Date: 14 Sep 2011 08:04:23
Hi Shamu,

I'm sure about capacity and ability about someonelse, and nothing to do with other sites, avax was all these years something different ... but a lot of old members and historic contributors are away now (Fnb47, Scalisto ... ) what a pity! They gave us marvellous movies to uncover: directors, international pearls, lot of information, rich comments in a normal rythm.
Now we speak only about BluDisk ... sometimes I buy one to test ... not sure about the interest to have a new burner, a new BluDisk reader, a new TV until the next format. I prefer to go to a Theater for the reality and I have too an Interesting Videothek (only DVD I offer in rip from time to time).
I only want to say repeatition doesn't make reputation.
All the best :-)

For nostalgia ...
http://www.avaxhome.ws/blogs/fnb47
http://www.avaxhome.ws/blogs/scalisto
... and some others
Posted By: he01man Date: 14 Sep 2011 08:43:33
galmuchet,are you trying to promote your own blog?

talking about not being personal: i have never seen someone fulfill so many (huge) requests for people like someonelse,plus he always answers within hours if there is a problem with a link or something.it cant get more personal than this.

if you dont like his posting style then nobody forces you to be here,so why leave such a (pointless) comment?maybe you just envy him because he gets way more comments and well deserved praise than you do? talking about competition...

comments like yours upset me,but well,lets not get into this.

your comments only prove one thing: the better someone is the more haters there will be around.its sad,but thats how people are.

and now back to topic:thanks someonelse for another amazing post!
Posted By: galmuchet Date: 14 Sep 2011 08:49:51
@he01man
Who are you? don't find any post on avax ...
No agressivity from me just waiting for an answer ... sure it will come :-)
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 14 Sep 2011 09:11:09
Hi galmuchet!

I see one question: which member can download all this production??? :)

It's me. I'm one person, no any teams. So I don't see a problem to post 4-5-6 posts in one day. Moreover, sometimes I have vacations, weekends etc.

I don't want to use RS or MU, at least they doesn't have ftp....
Posted By: galmuchet Date: 14 Sep 2011 09:18:59
Hi someonelse, thx for answering ... :-)

What's your DSL connexion ... it's so surprising (250 Gb for this post) do you have a premium on each hosting service? and how can you offer 4 or 5 different (filesonic, wupload ...) each time?
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 14 Sep 2011 09:59:09
Yes, I have premium on all of four services. Using ftp it's very easy to upload on 4 or 5 hosters.
My DSL connection.... hmm, sometimes perfect, sometimes no :)
Posted By: mickey_57 Date: 14 Sep 2011 10:43:56
i'm a guy from VHS era , an eastern guy with eastern nostalgic philosophy.
most of flicks, which influenced me heavily, had poor qualities in the first watching ( great examples are angel heart(1987), phantom of liberty & once upon a time in the west).

nowadays, tnx 2 the advanced technology, availability dominates & all of movie buffs can watch various kinds of flicks ( from classic pearls to 2011) in a way we(from previous generation) could not even dream about. ( and i'm not a Dinosaur , just around 30 years old)

what some1else does, is much appreciated & i hope the new generation ( whom generally consider a movie made in 2008 as a classic!) do understand their brilliant time period!

@he01man

i'm afraid the tone of ur comment is not right. maybe i'm not agree with galmuchet in this particular matter too , but he is one of constant posters in avax for a very long time (he is really a guy with good taste ) & yes..he always post rips. the guys who download rips & who download 9's & BRs are quite different, so the mentioned promote matter is meaningless.
Posted By: Shamu Date: 14 Sep 2011 12:11:43
@ galmuchet

Where I live, Blurays are a luxury items. I only collect hard to find Anime's. The rest I download and hook up to my HDTV. I keep my PS3 strictly for games (modern warfare) and media player strictly for movies. I splurge on tv and sound. Never for a burner or a bluray player. I'm not really hot on 3d either. (making you sit in that position all through a movie is a form of torture) I'm old school like mickey 57. The high regard someonelse has was earned through hard work. I worship his blog everyday before i go to work. Its all about the quality for me. Strictly 1080 rips. (ever watch porn in HD... like eating bread straight from the oven) Keep up the good work. :P
Posted By: Morocco Date: 14 Sep 2011 17:26:19
@galmuchet : It seems "Someonelse" is doing HUGE posts thanks to ... Remote Upload ! ;-}

@he01man : Galmuchet's blog doesn't need to be promoted...
Posted By: rokosh Date: 14 Sep 2011 17:31:21
To me, both posters (Someonelse/Galmuchet) are giants; still remember the time when Galmuchet went far out of his way to find me links (A l'origine, if I recall correctly) of a deleted movie which I was then able to thoroughly enjoy.
Someonelse has always impressed me with his range and taste- where else would you find a guy who posts both Jane Eyre and Tinto Brass ;-)))
So, thanks guys, for all your efforts- much, much appreciated!
Posted By: matchpoint Date: 14 Sep 2011 20:05:44
...very much appreciative of all your efforts and shares Someonelse - thank you!
Posted By: tioac Date: 15 Sep 2011 01:11:47
Great post, many thanks
Posted By: mondo cane Date: 15 Sep 2011 01:20:00
I too agree with Galmuchet here. I miss Fnb47 and Scalisto since they posted things that you either couldn't rent, videostream or were unobtainable in my DVD region. In other words, rare unseen films that just don't get the time of day elsewhere.

250GB Blu-Ray downloads are too big and too ridiculous. With bandwidth caps and limitations, 25-40GB downloads are like dangling a carrot in front of a lot of people.
Posted By: dmlkvb Date: 15 Sep 2011 02:19:46
Just like to say Thank You. This is an incredible post, don't know if I'll be able to get it all. I don't want to seem ungrateful, but like another poster, I was wondering if the Bonus Discs might be in the plans? Perhaps not as full discs, maybe re-encodes would be easier...although I imagine that might be even more work? I have no idea...

Anyway Thanks for this!
Posted By: Polderon Date: 15 Sep 2011 11:11:13
AWESOME!! IMPRESSIVE!! Thank you!!
Posted By: kostvi Date: 15 Sep 2011 16:52:49
Nice work, but in episode 1 the filesonic folder contains corrupted files. parts 16,18,19,22,23,26,29,30,34,43
Posted By: bertoldbrecht Date: 15 Sep 2011 17:33:32
Hmmm... Can anyone confirm that the rips contain subtitles for the alien language? That's all I really need, but when I encode say Episode 4, I don't get subtitles for Greedos text. And I don't speak Huteese either.

If it's an HandBrake problem - I'm recoding for Apple TV 2 - I'd be grateful for any pointers - or suitable SRT files. ._9
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 15 Sep 2011 20:43:09
@kostvi
What you mean 'corrupted'. I downloaded it without any problem.
Please, specify what the problem you got?
Posted By: eastbay Date: 16 Sep 2011 03:39:47
I must admit this is as good as it gets, either you got premium services or loads of time to get this all. This collection is off the hook. (Someonelse) you are to much (smiles). I can imagine what you gonna drop next? Now back to downloading (smiles)
Posted By: kostvi Date: 16 Sep 2011 07:52:46
when i try to decompress with winrar shows a message that says part 16,18,etc the volume is destroyed
Posted By: movie Date: 17 Sep 2011 01:30:42
@Someonelse
"I don't want to use RS or MU, at least they doesn't have ftp...."

yes, in the past. but for several months now RS have FTP:

"In the RapidShare Manager you can activate the FTP function. With this you have the possibility to use a so called ''FTP Bridge'', which enables you to use your RapidShare account as an FTP server...
After you configured the RapidShare Manager and activated FTP, you have to create a FTP folder on your computer...
Of course you are able to use the FTP function without difficulties if you use it with the FTP client tool...
For example with a program like FileZilla."

http://rsmhelp.rapidpages.com/

http://rsmftp.rapidpages.com/index_EN.html

i tested it (with FileZilla) and it works fine.

Posted By: Someonelse Date: 17 Sep 2011 07:19:15
Anyway :)
Last time when I used RS I didn't like their file-manager. It's terrible %)
Posted By: movie Date: 17 Sep 2011 14:16:43
you don't need to WORK with RSM. only start in the backround and then work with FileZilla or similar tool.

however.
it's a matter of taste. :)
Posted By: sssputnik Date: 19 Sep 2011 01:38:32
@bertoldbrecht

Here are the English Forced SRTs (<10KB):
http://www.divshare.com/download/15762561-c5d
extracted from the Amiable 720p MKV (so should be okay for any BD 24fps rip).
It is only EP I, II, IV, VI. The other two did not have forced subtitles.

Hope these are of use to someone :-).

PS. I may have changed the spelling from US English to proper English ;-).
Posted By: dmlkvb Date: 19 Sep 2011 03:45:21
@Someonelse

Thanks for the bonus discs too! Wow!
Posted By: kharanar Date: 19 Sep 2011 11:09:30
These days Someonelse has been a true gentleman and I thank him for all his wonderful uploads (regardless of how he/she does it). What can I say more ? When I don't have much time to check the new releases, I still find time just to see what Someonelse has posted to surprise us. Many, many thanks, Someonelse.

And, since this is a Star Wars topic and you seem to be the last good fairy left behind :-), I have a humble suggestion: The Clone Wars season Two full Blu-ray (it seems to have vanished from every other place on thje net). Yeah, I know, it's just the silly Clone Wars, but still... it would be nice to have that too on blu-ray.

Thank again and all the best.
Posted By: Griffo Date: 20 Sep 2011 03:53:43
A Fantastic Post. Very much appreciated.

Episode 5 Part 12 is coming up as "File Not Found" **http://www.filesonic.com/file/1931412521/Stwa5.Bluray.AH.part12.rar**
**

Would you be good enough to check it please. I do hope some fool has not deleted it!!

Thanks

Griffo

Posted By: Someonelse Date: 20 Sep 2011 10:58:19
Reupped.

Looks like it's Ok now.... I hope :)
Posted By: Griffo Date: 20 Sep 2011 12:43:57
Thanks for your prompt reply, however...

The File is showing as "Offline/File Not Found"

Also Episode 5 Part 41 has the same problem :(

I have checked these with two browsers as well a jDownloader. "File Not Found"

Filesonic states "File does not exist"

Griffo
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 20 Sep 2011 13:09:30
These ones works for me:
http://www.filesonic.com/file/2074270731/Stwa5.Bluray.AH.part12.rar
http://www.filesonic.com/file/2074397011/Stwa5.Bluray.AH.part12.rar

And I reupped part 41. Here are 'working-for-me' links:
http://www.filesonic.com/file/2075737624/Stwa5.Bluray.AH.part41.rar
http://www.filesonic.com/file/2075748771/Stwa5.Bluray.AH.part41.rar

Anyway, I think that is something wrong with filesonic today... Let me know if you can't download :)
Posted By: trlimt Date: 20 Sep 2011 19:07:11
GREAT WORK!!!!
Thanks a Lot Someonelse. Just a small request. especially for those who wants the entire download in a single click.
Since I use cryptload for bulk downloading, I wish you had provided the links in txt format, which we could have cut pasted it in our downloaders.
I have already done for filesonic. and if u wish to have them let me know. I can PM it 2 u.
Once again, THANKS A LOT FOR THIS SUPER DOWNLOAD!!!
Posted By: sssputnik Date: 21 Sep 2011 00:12:46
@trlimt

Try this Firefox plug-in, Multi Link:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/multi-links/
When it is enabled, you can right-click to draw a red box around all the hyperlinks, and it will copy the URLs to your clipboard. :-)
Posted By: jbua5150 Date: 21 Sep 2011 20:51:06
Thanks for the share!! i am getting error on the following Fileserve links:
Ep3 link 35
Ep4 link 11
Ep6 link 11
Can anyone verify or re-up?
Thanks
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 21 Sep 2011 21:20:59
I have no problems with Ep6 link 11, but with Ep3 link 35 and Ep4 link 11 something wrong.
I'll re-up it now.

EDIT. Reupped:
http://www.fileserve.com/file/AhRVYbP/Stwa3.Bluray.AH.part35.rar
http://www.fileserve.com/file/ydeE7G8/Stwa4.Bluray.AH.part11.rar

I changed links in Fileserve folder for these ones too.
Posted By: jbua5150 Date: 22 Sep 2011 00:42:13
Sweet! Super fast re-up!
THANKS!!
Posted By: jbua5150 Date: 22 Sep 2011 03:24:34
Stoopid noob question, is there a program that can play these as is?
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 22 Sep 2011 03:56:00
I use this one: http://avaxhome.ws/software/software_type/multimedia/Players/ArcsoftTotalMediaTheatre5.0.1.114Final.html
Posted By: jbua5150 Date: 22 Sep 2011 04:09:38
i have that program. do i have to create an .iso?
can the "files" be played by that program?
Thanks

edit:
I got it to play with TMT by creating an .iso. Is that the only way to do it?
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 22 Sep 2011 05:40:39
No, you can run this program and then just move a movie folder onto the program window
Posted By: jbua5150 Date: 22 Sep 2011 21:40:15
Just got an error on Fileserve:
Ep6 link 12.
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 23 Sep 2011 03:23:43
Renew Ep6 link 12:
http://www.fileserve.com/file/e6JJCsv/Stwa6.Bluray.AH.part12.rar
Posted By: Griffo Date: 23 Sep 2011 04:57:20
@ jbua5150... I use Media Player Classic from K-Lite Codec Pack to play all of these.
It is FREE & does an excellent job. There are others out there but this works well for me.

Regards

Griffo

@ Someonelse Thanks again for a fantastic post.

Those that complain or criticize can either post better stuff or shut up.
Posted By: Griffo Date: 23 Sep 2011 12:15:56
Sorry to keep finding glitches but have another problem with a FileSonic Link

WinRAR Report:

"! D:\Downloads\SW Disk 7\SW.Disc7.BonusEps.1.2.3.AH.part08.rar: CRC failed in SW_BONUS_01_ARCHIVES_EP_I_II_III-BB\BDMV\STREAM\00910.m2ts. The file is corrupt

Disk 7 File 08.

Downloaded it several times just to be sure. Same report :(

Thanks

Griffo

Posted By: Someonelse Date: 23 Sep 2011 13:28:43
Sometimes it's happened with big sizes files on any filehosters. But usually redownloading is enough....
Before uploading I always test all archives.

Try this one: http://www.filesonic.com/file/2125136901/SW.Disc7.BonusEps.1.2.3.AH.part08.rar
Posted By: smorrissey Date: 26 Sep 2011 05:11:03
Many thanks dude.

See George? you didn't get my money this time. i want the original trilogy in bluray without your "enhacements".
Posted By: kaktusfeige Date: 28 Sep 2011 11:28:32
who spoke ??
Posted By: dmlkvb Date: 30 Sep 2011 01:59:48
Just got done w/ Ep.1, was wondering...

In the same folder that holds the BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders there is one named 0012FA. Is that supposed to be there? Inside that folder there is a BACKUP folder and a disc.bbd, and another disc.bbd file inside the BACKUP folder.

I'm new to d/l-ing full blu-rays was under the impression that there was just a BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders.

While I'm asking, I have another move that has BDMV, CERTIFICATE, a couple of .zip files and a FilmIndex.xml file. Are those supposed to be there?

Thanks!
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 30 Sep 2011 03:13:51
All these files (except BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders of course) were made by ripping software. If you delete it nothing wrong happen.
Posted By: Goddess33 Date: 30 Sep 2011 08:34:52
You are just AWESOME Someonelse! billion thanks!!!!
Posted By: c309 Date: 30 Sep 2011 22:56:15
i finally got star wars 1 done. are there any downloaders that dont cause corrupt files? Or is there a way to not have to click each file and have firefox download these links..IDM produces several corrupt files.....any help thanks.
Posted By: dmlkvb Date: 01 Oct 2011 00:34:15
@Someonelse

Thanks for the info about the files/folders.
Posted By: sduran Date: 01 Oct 2011 03:23:48
Thanks a lot, I have downloaded all of them from filesonic, no one were corrupt, all OK without any problem.
Thanks again for these supreme post.
Posted By: anbrugger Date: 01 Oct 2011 12:40:03
please mkv dual audio in Portuguese for Brazil.
Posted By: FreddieCouples Date: 02 Oct 2011 16:20:19
All good - amazing effort, Someonelse!
Thank you!
Posted By: LUCIFUGUS Date: 04 Oct 2011 10:32:30
FUCK ONLY POLISH IN Asian BluRay EMPIRE_STRIKES_BACK Dolby Digital Audio Polish 448 kbps 5. FUCK ! PLEASE RE-UPLOAD ! TX !
Posted By: malzha Date: 03 Nov 2011 09:58:22
Thanks so much for the work invested, it must have been monumental! I'm curious, is this a one to one copy of the original BlueRay disc, or has it been Converted, or reduced in resolution, or any way? Thanks for any feedback...
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 03 Nov 2011 10:35:39
This is one to one copy of the BluRay discs.
Posted By: malzha Date: 03 Nov 2011 10:39:08
Ahh, Great I appreciate the info!
Posted By: clodobv Date: 27 Nov 2011 13:59:22
Well, what could one say to a upload that contains Star Wars, plus BluRay, plus multiple hosts, plus 700GB?! Amazing, just amazing! Thank you very much!
Posted By: beefnoodle Date: 28 Nov 2011 08:51:47
tqvm 4 the post. still on
Posted By: menofantomas Date: 06 Feb 2012 05:43:11
PLEASE REUPLOAD :(((((

Wupload server.
Posted By: columbia100 Date: 14 Feb 2012 17:13:39
Is any possibility to reupload ?
Posted By: jonoshling Date: 06 Mar 2012 17:59:50
Yeah....amazing post Someonelse, Unfortunately I came across this thread too late as well, any chance of a re-up? And thanks, really great stuff.
Posted By: dOwN_lOaD Date: 26 May 2012 04:17:54
Is any possibility to reupload ?

Filefactory...
Posted By: trlimt Date: 24 Aug 2012 10:51:36
Hey Someonelse, how about a re-up of this?
Its been a long time since I have been requesting you.
In fact I feel @galmuchet who has also downloaded this series can do it on RS if you permit.
This post of yours is like the crowning glory of this website.
Please, its time 2012 deserves this re-up again.
Posted By: Someonelse Date: 24 Aug 2012 11:39:21
If @galmuchet can, it's all in his hands :)
Posted By: galmuchet Date: 24 Aug 2012 12:05:53
@trlimt

I never downloaded this serie. And my only premium host is RS ...