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Darkshadow6400 last won the day on July 20 2016

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  1. I'm not sure sorry. I don't follow the boxes too much. Just do a search for Amlogic though and you should find the list of chipsets
  2. Pretty sure any of the $40 Android boxes floating around can do it. As long as it's got an Amlogic 905 or higher chipset I believe.
  3. Fairly certain I did a 1080p encode of Mystery of the Batwoman. It should be in my Batman TAS thread. Or I can upload the remux if you would prefer that?
  4. He's probably talking about dbproject or whatever it was. A few people here name dropped it a few times.
  5. Are you sure? Quoted straight from their product page. http://tascam.com/product/x-9/overview/: "Fully-parametric 3-band EQ on each input channel with 100 storable patterns" Then again, I don't know enough about DJ equipment, just trying to help.
  6. Tascam X9? Seems to be what you're after. Apparently discontinued though
  7. So much wrong with that sentence. Torrents don't make a computer slow, and you have a much higher chance of file corruption with a DDL as there is no way to verify the integrity of the file unless the uploader has included the CRC or hash for you to check against. Torrent clients run hash checks on every part of the torrent that gets downloaded to ensure the integrity of the file you're downloading.
  8. It was. Koby decided against making it private, which I agree with.
  9. Cheers. For an unrelated problem I had to reinstall Windows 10 Pro last night. So I'll give it another go today and see what happens. Edit: I've discovered why. It appears my copy has been compiled as a 16-bit application. 64-bit versions of Windows don't officially support 16-bit applications. Is your copy compiled as 32-bit or 64-bit? Would you mind sharing it?
  10. wvstream is pretty much dead at this point, but I'm trying to test an older show to see if I can still rip it, but am running into some trouble. wvstream apparently won't run on a 64-bit version of Windows. Short of installing 32-bit Windows or running a VM, is there anything else I can try to get it to work? Has anyone had success with wvstream on 64-bit Windows? "Getting the following error: wvstream.exe is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running. Check your computer's system information and then contact the software publisher."
  11. You don't need to convert it or encode it. When you're watching it on your computer, tv, media box, etc. Just select the crop option and choose 16:9. Problem solved.
  12. It's not necessarily a terrible idea. Justice League Season 1 was made in an open matte format, meaning it can be cropped to 16:9 without any loss of crucial information. This is because at the time it was animated, 4:3 was still the standard, but Bruce Timm and WB wanted to give the show a more cinematic feel, while still being able to display a correct 4:3 aspect ratio for those with CRT units. So either aspect ratio is fine for this show. I will not be encoding this again in 16:9. I've already made it available in 4:3 and if you really need it in 16:9, your player would be able to crop it upon playback.
  13. For new forum goers, the Live Action section, also known as the promised land, is but an urban legend they are told to help them sleep at night. "Be a good boy and get your post count up and one day you will be granted access." For many leechers, this remains but a fairy tale, but for the chosen few who are gifted with this great power, they are rewarded with their greatest desires.
  14. The source would most likely be iTunes. A while ago iTunes released a 1080p version of Season 1. There wasn't too much improvement over the 480p as far as I remember, but a welcome improvement none the less.
  15. Definitely not the best release... Shaanig is a mini encoder. Since I have no interest in the shows, I'm not sure what the best releases would be, but definitely not that one.