Spaceballs (1987) NTSC (DVDr)

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Spaceballs (1987) NTSC (DVDr)

Postby dinky on Sun May 30, 2004 12:48 am

all this talk about new Star Wars inspired me. to look at TPM and AotC on my shelf, then go with a better movie from that genre: Spaceballs! huh ha!

info:
imdb - Spaceballs (1987)
1:1 rip - file mode
archive method: winrar 3.30 700mb x 7; compression: 'store'
source was R1 DVD5
widescreen
standard extras: audio commentary, behind-the-scenes footage, theatrical trailers
audio: english 5.1, french 2ch, spanish mono (orig. language is english)
subs: french, spanish



links:
spcbllz-r1-dvdr.part1.rar<br />
spcbllz-r1-dvdr.part2.rar<br />
spcbllz-r1-dvdr.part3.rar<br />
spcbllz-r1-dvdr.part4.rar<br />
spcbllz-r1-dvdr.part5.rar<br />
spcbllz-r1-dvdr.part6.rar<br />
spcbllz-r1-dvdr.part7.rar

note: ripped in file mode for maximum customizability and so anyone else can rip the same disc, compress it the same or share only particular files. if you don't know what to do with the files, ask.

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Postby maxpayne2409 on Sun May 30, 2004 1:12 am

in these rars is it ripped as vobs etc? or is it a program specific file like a clone dvd file or what? coz id like this dvd :)
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Postby d0c on Sun May 30, 2004 1:28 am

is this the same crap i posted or is this new crap that have been posted thats the question... take a look at my spaceballs post here

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Postby dinky on Sun May 30, 2004 5:14 am

oh shite! didn't think to look in the avi section before I ripped it. it's not the same thing that you already posted.

it's my custom rip. same one that's on FH.

re: maxpane2409

it's all the files that go into the video_ts dir. before unraring, create two dirs: VIDEO_TS, AUDIO_TS. then place all the rar'd files in the VIDEO_TS dir., and use IMG TOOL Classic_0.91.2.zip to create an image of the two dirs. that's the best way cuz you can mount the image in alcohol 120% (or your favorite emulation software - daemon tools is popular) and make sure it plays properly before you burn any coasters. fyi: .img and .iso images are identical. different file extensions you can use interchangably. Burn image to disc with DVD Decryptor (or fav. image burning software).

or you can skip the image creation process and use your favorite burning program's dvd template. I know Nero does it for you. all you have to do is drag the .vob, .bup, and .ifo files into the VIDEO_TS dir that the program automatically creates.

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Postby maxpayne2409 on Sun May 30, 2004 1:52 pm

hehe i know how to burn dvdrs but thanks anyway, what i actually meant is, is it just the movie or does it include any/all extras aswell, i guess i shouldve made my first post a little clearer hehe :)
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Postby d0c on Sun May 30, 2004 2:17 pm

thank you dinky for clearing this up, keep on ripping them dvdr's ;)
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Postby dinky on Sun May 30, 2004 3:59 pm

maxpayne2409 wrote:hehe i know how to burn dvdrs but thanks anyway, what i actually meant is, is it just the movie or does it include any/all extras aswell, i guess i shouldve made my first post a little clearer hehe :)

:D

everything is there. source disc was DVD5

BTW: saw the first retail dual layer burner in paper today: SONY DRU-700A 8x +/- R/RW for $200.
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Postby spudthedestroyer on Sun May 30, 2004 7:06 pm

£150, and the NEC 5100a is £69.99 and out next month. They are DVD9+r :)
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Postby mw2merc on Sun May 30, 2004 7:31 pm

dinky wrote:BTW: saw the first retail dual layer burner in paper today: SONY DRU-700A 8x +/- R/RW for $200. 8)


spudthedestroyer wrote:£150, and the NEC 5100a is £69.99 and out next month. They are DVD9+r :)


Who cares while the media is still $50 a piece.
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Postby dinky on Mon May 31, 2004 3:49 am

I haven't even seen 8x media in stores, yet alone dual layer - forget about price. something's fishy.

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Postby spudthedestroyer on Mon May 31, 2004 3:54 am

dual layer burners aren't out yet, just double-layer but I haven't seen any media for that either (DVD9+r).
Apartantly its on sale in japan for £7.50 a pop:
http://www.dvd-recordable.net/modules.p ... =0&thold=0

8x media is everywhere here though, best place to buy in 'k is:
www.121cdr.co.uk
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Postby mw2merc on Mon May 31, 2004 8:17 am

4x DVD-Rs here as as low a $1 each w/ slim jewel case. I got mine, believe it or not, at CompUSA. I always call it Com PUSA. But really, I've had very very few bad burns with those, of wich ALL were program/burning related, not media.

What I'd like to see are some DOUBLE-SIDED DVD-Rs. :twisted:
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Postby spudthedestroyer on Mon May 31, 2004 8:26 am

I don't, just cellotape two DVD-rs together :wink:
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Postby mw2merc on Mon May 31, 2004 8:38 am

Ack!!! No way. And have my DVD-RW spew 2 DVD sets of shards out of the drive??? :twisted:
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Postby maxpayne2409 on Mon May 31, 2004 12:21 pm

PUSA


Presidents of The United States of America - gonna move into the country gonna eat a lotta peaches, got plans to move to the country gonna eat a heckuva lot of peaches, peaches come from a can they were put tehre by a man in a factory down tooooowwwwwn :lol:
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Postby dinky on Mon May 31, 2004 4:59 pm

CompUSA discs are inexpensive, but I haven't had much success with them in standalones. anway...

found sub & dub info on packaging for those interested:

audio: english 5.1, french 2ch, spanish mono(orig. language is english)
subs: french, spanish
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Postby mw2merc on Tue Jun 01, 2004 4:41 pm

Believe it or not, highest casulties in DVDRs that me & my buddy have had are 2x TDKs. Oh yeah, even though the CompUSA one are rather generic, they do work @4x & have been compatable on ALL set tops we've tried. What program are you using to burn & are you using -R or +R media? I know that RWs have problems playing in older set tops, like mine.
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Postby dinky on Tue Jun 01, 2004 5:55 pm

burned most of my coasters with 1x -r media on custom dvds (DVD Workshop, DVD Movie Factory, Studio 9, Media Studio, Premiere), but even DVD2One and DVDshrink jobs with Nero had read errors at predictable locations (I must have 10 shrek coasters :lol: ). I bought some imations on sale (4x -r), and they worked 100% of the time in my standalones and my friends' (which was the real problem - distributing the custom dvd). anyway, the next discs I buy will be at least 8x, hopefully dual/double-layer.

er...so how 'bout 'dem Yankees? see, there's a upside and a downside to every shwartz. noodles!

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Postby mw2merc on Tue Jun 01, 2004 6:01 pm

We've had NO success with Premiere burning DVDs. Haven't tried burning w/ Shrink. I like to stick with what I know works, & Nero is a dream as of the 6.3? update. They fixed the UDF compatability issue.
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Postby latin64 on Wed Jul 26, 2006 12:53 am

Hey!! What happened?

00000 sources :cry:

Please re-share!!! :lol:

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