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BBCA has a show Top Gear coming up (the 7th maybe) with Rupert Grint. I don't have that channel in HD so if someone can record it.
Also BIO is doing showing the Harry Potter Kids (which is out in dvd but not BR) and they are also doing two shows on the Making of Wizardry World of HP. (14th and 15th I think) I don't have this channel on HD either so if someone can get these that would be great.
Hub, formerly Discovery Kids, will be running the classic 1966 Batman TV series starring Adam West and Burt Ward starting Monday night 10/11 at 11:30pm with re-runs at 5:30am. This is the PERFECT opportunity to get caps of all 120 episodes in HD (assuming they'll be running new HD transfers, of course.)
Great, thanks Shades. I'm sure the copy I'd be able to get from my father in-law will be similar in quality to the one he recorded for me on Half-Blood Prince. Its an analog cable source, so the quality isn't that great, but its decent for SD. It aired in fullscreen, but once the TV listings were cropped out, it looked decent in widescreen. This will be on one of the main features on the next yr6 disc I put together.
Anyway, would love to get a good copy for Deathly Hallows part 1. Its an interesting special.
I'd be interested to see yours. Is it formatted exactly the same as my copy? Apparently the TV Guide channel is a bit different for different providers. I think the way it was formatted worked out perfectly for me because I was able to reframe it to a nice widescreen presentation with no scrolling of times or announcements over the actual video footage.
thanks paul. its on HULU too, and I found some software to grab the videos out of HULU streams (its called StreamTransport). Too bad this isnt online in HD. Though the HULU (at least while its streaming) looks a bit better than youtube. The HULU resolution is 640x360