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  DTS capture issues (converting from WAV to DTS)
Posted by: alinskey - 2020-10-25, 03:24 PM - Forum: Converting, encoding, authoring - Replies (6)

Hey everyone! I'm having a simply frustrating time trying to capture DTS from my LDs.

I followed Bronan's bit-perfect Test and was able to capture the DTS CD to WAV which then was successfully converted to DTS in DTS Parser. I've done this in BOTH of my LD players that have a digital out. I should be "bit-perfect" then.

The problem is that I have not been able to successfully convert any DTS LDs I've captured in WAV to DTS files. I capture the disc and the WAV is able to be played back in Foobar (with a plug-in that pulls the 5.1 DTS sound out of the 2-channel WAV). The problem comes when trying to convert that WAV into a DTS file.

DTS Parser converts the WAV but seems to speed up the file in some way. The resulting DTS file plays at about 2x speed. Even though it was fed a 44.1/16 bit WAV, in the info, it claims the bitrate is TWICE what it should be and that the DTS file is 32 bits. I've had this issue with multiple players and multiple discs.

I'm currently using Reaper to record my audio. Has anyone had success capturing DTS using this and outputting perfect DTS files? Otherwise, I'm definitely open to suggestions on why my players and capture device are "bit-perfect", can capture a DTS CD but CAN'T seem to accurately capture a DTS LD.

If this should be in a different forum, please move it. While it IS about capturing, I think that the converting may be the issue.

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  Raw Deal (1986) - Remastered Trailer
Posted by: bendermac - 2020-10-25, 11:12 AM - Forum: Released - No Replies

The trailer on home video is in really bad shape, so another remastered had to be done. I wasn't the first to do this for this movie. But the other creater didn't do a proper job. Wrong framerate, graphics didn't match to how it should been. So here we go again with my take on the matter.

I tried to re-create the trailer as close as possible. Decide for yourself if I succeed  Tongue

Here is the trailer from other user. At least I think he made it because it's the oldest version I've found on Youtube

And for shits and giggles, the original untouched trailer, to give you a real comparison.

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  Hey everybody!
Posted by: clunesy - 2020-10-24, 08:59 PM - Forum: Presentation - Replies (2)

I'm in the editing business, working for a major software manufacturer. I got interested in the 4k77 restoration, and found my way here after I realised the issues with the Exorcist BluRay. 

Looking forward to helping how I can, and checking out some of your fine work.

I don't know if this is breaking a fight club rule, apologies if so - 
There doesn't seem to be anything in the rules and etiquette about accessing member's projects in general, is it common practice to send a pm to the restorer themselves?



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  Back to the Future Trilogy 4K Laserdisc PCM Syncs
Posted by: crampedmisfit1990 - 2020-10-24, 11:02 AM - Forum: Requests, proposals, help - Replies (1)

I was wondering if anyone has the 3 BTTF LD PCM (bit perfect) tracks at least synced to the older BDs? I was waiting for someone to sync these tracks to the new 4K releases but haven't heard anything as of yet. The new transfers look gorgeous and a hell of a step up from the BDs from years ago and I really wanted to watch the 4K versions with the original stereo tracks. Thanx.

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  Hulk Workprint
Posted by: Kbrown20 - 2020-10-24, 03:10 AM - Forum: Official and unofficial releases - No Replies

Does anybody else have the Hulk Workprint?

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  A Clockwork Orange (1971) DVD Mono synced to Blu-ray
Posted by: sertoli - 2020-10-23, 02:46 AM - Forum: Released - Replies (4)

A Clockwork Orange (1971) DVD Mono synced to Blu-ray
DVD R1 Mono

I made a new sync of this audio.
Excellent sync.

More info:


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  Full Metal Jacket (1987) DVD mono synced to UHD
Posted by: sertoli - 2020-10-22, 09:40 PM - Forum: Released - Replies (4)

Full Metal Jacket (1987) DVD mono synced to UHD
DVD R1 Mono (1999 Warner DVD)

I made a new sync of this audio.
Excellent sync.

More info:


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  Die Hard 2 Workprint
Posted by: Kbrown20 - 2020-10-20, 09:28 PM - Forum: Official and unofficial releases - Replies (1)

Hello. I’m looking for the Die Hard 2 workprint. If anyone could forward me the workprint, that would be great.

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  Total Recall (1990) - Remastered Trailer
Posted by: bendermac - 2020-10-20, 07:16 PM - Forum: Released - Replies (1)

I finished this project around 2012 in SD. Today I've upgraded it to HD and make this new version available.
I used a couple of shots from the 35mm scan provided by FT Depot to make this trailer true HD, since they aren't in the final movie or alternate angle was used

- Opening Logo
- a shot of Arnold (Don't worry it's self guiding)
- Melina and Arnold fire some shots
- Title Sequence + End Credits

There might be a v2 coming with new created credit sequence, if I find the correct font Wink

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  The Godfather Part II (1974) Laserdisc audio synced to Bluray
Posted by: sertoli - 2020-10-20, 02:13 PM - Forum: Released - Replies (5)

The Godfather Part II (1974) Laserdisc audio synced to US Bluray [LV 84592-WS[url=https://www.lddb.com/search.php?reference=LV+84592-WS%2A&discard=false&sort=ref][/url]]

Title: The Godfather Part II (1974)
Format/Catalog#: Paramount Home Video LV 84592-WS
Synced to: Paramount Home Video
Input Soundtrack: 16-bit, 44.1khz, Stereo (bit perfect)
Output Soundtrack: 16-bit, 44.1khz, Stereo
Sourced by: BDgeek
Ripped by: alinskey
Synced by: sertoli

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