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The Matrix Revolutions Decoded Version 2 NOW AVAILABLE

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Thanks. I don't blame you of course. Thanks again for your great work !
I just hope somebody can commit to the subtitle task. It would mean lots more of possible viewers around the globe :)

My written english is OK because I have time to think, but my oral comprehension is not, so I can't watch a whole movie without subtitles, sorry. :(

BTW some fan edits include custom subtitles (e.g. the amazing Hal9000's Star Wars edits).
 

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is there a smaller version under 1 gig available?

edit:
the vimeo can select 360 resolution
 

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I don't think your going to find any edits under 1 GB that was made in the last 10 years.
 

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10GB is a pretty average size for fan edits, just as a heads up. Many come in much larger, Blu-Ray (25-50GB) sizes as well, though those usually have a lower-quality option (which is usually in the 5-10GB range).

Of course, this is all generalizing, and many editors (like Hal 9000) do provide tiny encode options, but that comes at a high visual quality cost.
 

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Threads merged.
 

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Frank1 said:
got the dlc.
theres like 20 parts to it at 500megs each?
10gigs in size??

do smaller versions exist?
what do i search for?

Hi Frank1, I just noticed this comment. There's a 5GB version of Decoded I can give you the link for just send me a pm if you still need it.
 
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