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About kinglir28

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  1. Hi, anyone can get the awesome remastered blu-rays of these great educational series ? I am looking for a Remux or Full BDs. Once Upon a Time... Man - 3-Disc Box Set: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008FR3MU0/ Once Upon a Time... Life - 3-Disc Box Set: https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B071NMMKN4
  2. Yes, @Moodkiller method is what I am usually using. It means you need to specify the exact frame you are aiming for. like 00:16:18.254
  3. I see. I really don't recommend that to anyone. Use the original DVDs or DarkDream's new encode.
  4. It's just an upscale, and from quick compare, it doesn't looks like a good one - it seems they just used a filter that makes everything looks like wax (no texture). Can you find information on the process done to upscale it ?
  5. Cool. Do you think it will be possible for you to share it here untouched ? It's a big upload BD-50 .....
  6. Am I the only one excited about this ? http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=21548 Have anyone pre-ordered already ?
  7. Anyone have the blu-ray set or a remux ? It's 3 BD-50 discs. I only found rips and I like to get the originals. http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Star-Trek-The-Animated-Series-Blu-ray/152677/
  8. Sorry, can't help you with that. But you can still use the torrents I posted above.
  9. Look at the dates of the posts here. It was the old DarkDream release that was discussed - not the new DarkDream release (which is obviously better).
  10. Indeed. For this task, it's really good to use FFMPEG. Here is the command line: ffmpeg -i input.mkv -map 0 -c copy output.mp4 This will convert to mp4 without any re-encoding. If you have (in the MKV) subtitles tracks that MP4 doesn't support - you will need to remove them or convert them first. Same goes with FLAC audio - so you will need to convert it to AAC. If the subtitles are text-based (like SRT), you can add the following to the command line, at the end before "output.mp4" : -c:s mov_text
  11. I started uploading, except something cool soon
  12. How this is progressing ? Would you need help ? If there are already encoded (you wrote "dvd rips") - why not to upload theme as is ? EDIT: SORRY I just saw this:
  13. The "best" I could find is using ChapterGrabber for converting times by FPS. But it can't do: 1. Input in mkvmerge common XML file - only output. So extracting the base (in my case the NTSC) chapters needs to be extracted to TXT ("simple") format using mkvmerge and then output to XML (which ChapterGrabber does allow). 2. reverse shift in times - only positive delay and not negative delay. Meaning if you need to shift a bit backwards the chapter times, you need to use split function of mkvmerge before extracting the chapters.
  14. Anyone can guide me on the easiest procedure on syncing chapters timing ? I have a tv show DVDs of both PAL and NTSC versions. The PAL have better quality video, but no chapters - so I like to take the NTSC chapters and add them to the PAL version MKVs. I know I can do this manually for each episode using MKVTOOLNIX Chapter Editor, but I was hoping for a faster way....