Just posted at fh.org. If your wondering, this is far higher quality than the DVD. Its a big avi file and your not going to see a better quality copy of this film... , even if the film totally does suck donkey balls.
microbioz wrote:As most high definition material, the quality is amazing.
Judging by the size I think it's the same copy I have downloaded some time ago.
size: 3.82 GB (or 3,921 MB or 4,015,232 KB or 4,111,597,568 bytes)
video: Windows Media Video V9 720p (1280x720 pixels)
audio: AC3, 48000Hz 384 kb/s total (5 chnls)
yidaki wrote:you can use your computer and output to highresolution projector, or just watch it on your monitor directly.Superman wrote:looks very cool!
if only I had an HDTV..
no need for an expensive hdtv.
but, superhighbitrate stuff like this kills most cpu's, so a hardware mpeg2 decoding card is always appreciated
(hdtv is broadcasted in mpeg2, so if it's anything else, it's a transcoded/re-encoded copy, in which case alot of information has been lost and the high resolution isnt come to it's favour)
microbioz wrote:In fact, Microsoft recomends exactly that :
Minimal Configuration (Play 720p video)
2.4 GHz processor or equivalent
384 MB of RAM
64 MB video card
1024 Ã— 768 screen resolution
16-bit sound card
Optimum Configuration (Play 1080p video with 5.1 surround sound)
3.0 GHz processor or equivalent
512 MB of RAM
128 MB video card
1920 Ã— 1440 screen resolution
24-bit 96 kHz multichannel sound card
5.1 surround speaker system
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Media Type : HDTV Rip
Resolution : 1280x720
Framerate : 23,976
Video Bitrate : 1805,76 kb/s
Audio Codec : AC3 - Dolby Laboratories, Inc
Audio Bitrate : 375kb/s
Audio Channel : 6
Size : 3,82 GB ~ (4.111.597.568 byte)
Its a Microsoft codec, and you need a decent PC to playback this file.