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Titanic: The White Star Extended Edition

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I do have ADM's White Star Edition, but only the alternate ending. If this is acceptable, I'll try to make an AVI and upload it. Bear in mind, my upload speed is not great, so it will take a while. Alternatively, if you are in the UK, I can post you copies - which would probably be easier.
 

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How long is a while? Unfortunately I don't live in the UK; complete opposite side of the world, as a matter of fact (New Zealand). If it'd be a couple of days to convert and upload it would probably be easier to just get my mate to download the DVD's for me.
 

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Alright, don't worry bout it guys; I'm just downloading the DVD's. I found out today that my broadband provider's computers have screwed up, which means that until they fix the problem, every one of their customers gets free broadband (??) and, even if this weren't the case, the bandwith's going back up tomorrow so considering it's running quite fast at the moment, I thought I might take advantage of running out of speed :D
 

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Joelio said:
Alright, don't worry bout it guys; I'm just downloading the DVD's. I found out today that my broadband provider's computers have screwed up, which means that until they fix the problem, every one of their customers gets free broadband (??) and, even if this weren't the case, the bandwith's going back up tomorrow so considering it's running quite fast at the moment, I thought I might take advantage of running out of speed :D

Congrats man. Hope you like it as much as I do.
 

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Gus_Gus said:
Congrats man. Hope you like it as much as I do.

I hope so too haha. I tried looking for the deleted scenes on Youtube but all the clips I found had dodgy audio; the audio would stop for a moment while the video kept playing, then it'd start again and be seconds behind the video. All I've got on my 2-disc edition is the alternate ending, I should've got the 4-disc one lol.

But then, of course, it's always better to see the whole film in its entirety :D Such as I discovered from the Watchmen Ultimate Cut.
 

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Joelio said:
Gus_Gus said:
Congrats man. Hope you like it as much as I do.

I hope so too haha. I tried looking for the deleted scenes on Youtube but all the clips I found had dodgy audio; the audio would stop for a moment while the video kept playing, then it'd start again and be seconds behind the video. All I've got on my 2-disc edition is the alternate ending, I should've got the 4-disc one lol.

But then, of course, it's always better to see the whole film in its entirety :D Such as I discovered from the Watchmen Ultimate Cut.

Quite right, I can't believe how much the deleted scenes, when place back into the film itself, makes such a difference. It's quite amazing!
 

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Gus_Gus said:
Joelio said:
Gus_Gus said:
Congrats man. Hope you like it as much as I do.

I hope so too haha. I tried looking for the deleted scenes on Youtube but all the clips I found had dodgy audio; the audio would stop for a moment while the video kept playing, then it'd start again and be seconds behind the video. All I've got on my 2-disc edition is the alternate ending, I should've got the 4-disc one lol.

But then, of course, it's always better to see the whole film in its entirety :D Such as I discovered from the Watchmen Ultimate Cut.

Quite right, I can't believe how much the deleted scenes, when place back into the film itself, makes such a difference. It's quite amazing![/quote:2jv1srim]

Agreed :)

Although, it does depend on the movie, and the reasons for having the scenes deleted in the first place. Peter Jackson gives a nice detailed description on some of his reasoning for cutting all the scenes he removed in King Kong on the 3-disc extended edition; that box set includes the extended version of the film, which has 12 minutes added in, and also has 45 minutes worth of deleted scenes as special features. Each one has an introduction by Jackson which is pretty interesting; some of the stuff was deleted for pacing, some of it for budget reasons, and some of it was because they found a quicker way of having the same plot point integrated into the film. So there's some quite astonishing stuf on that boxset.
 

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Agreed :)

Although, it does depend on the movie, and the reasons for having the scenes deleted in the first place. Peter Jackson gives a nice detailed description on some of his reasoning for cutting all the scenes he removed in King Kong on the 3-disc extended edition; that box set includes the extended version of the film, which has 12 minutes added in, and also has 45 minutes worth of deleted scenes as special features. Each one has an introduction by Jackson which is pretty interesting; some of the stuff was deleted for pacing, some of it for budget reasons, and some of it was because they found a quicker way of having the same plot point integrated into the film. So there's some quite astonishing stuf on that boxset.

Oh, quite right, couldn't have said better myself. I just love the commentaries, especially if it's for a TV Show or Anime I'm really into. It's so much fun.
 

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Hey so just a noob question here - I've finished downloading disc 1, now do I basically just burn the ISO to a DVD? I'm not too flash at this stuff, hence why I would have preferred an AVI, but I guess this means I can watch it on my TV so I'm up for it haha.
 

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Hey so just a noob question here - I've finished downloading disc 1, now do I basically just burn the ISO to a DVD? I'm not too flash at this stuff, hence why I would have preferred an AVI, but I guess this means I can watch it on my TV so I'm up for it haha.

You can do one of two things.

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Get something to read the iso file (like Virtual Clonedrive or Deamon Tools), and it would read it like a normal CD/DVD and watch it on your machine or burn from there. But if it's a folder *Insert name here* and it has the VIDEO_TS folder inside with DVD files, you just need something like Media Player Classic to open the *Insert name here* folder to read it, and it'll read it like a normal DVD.

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You can burn it to Disc. If you know how to burn DVD's, than your methods can suffice. And you can watch it on the TV.

3) or 2b)
Burn to disc, and still watch it on your computer.

Enjoy. :3
 

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Thanks :D I'll prolly go with number 2, though it'll have to wait till tomorrow cos I need some single layer DVD's... I've only got Dual Layers atm, and I don't wanna waste them by using only half of one.

Cheers.
 

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Thanks :D I'll prolly go with number 2, though it'll have to wait till tomorrow cos I need some single layer DVD's... I've only got Dual Layers atm, and I don't wanna waste them by using only half of one.

Cheers.

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I know what you mean. This one time, I had 1 Dual Layer DVD left, and because it was the only one left, I didn't know what to use it on. So I saved it for 3 months... But in the end, I used it for Anime... Ouran High School Host Club to be exact.
 

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Forgive me for posting in such an old thread, but I just finished downloading this the other day from fanedit, but upon extracting the rar's and opening the resulting folders, I was met with five new .rar's in both folders (one folder for each of the two discs of the set). I tried extracting the first part in each of them (as I did the original .rar's to get the two folders), and it keeps asking for a Part 6 rar in each folder, but there are only five parts.

Help!
 

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hmm, I cant remember the specifics but I do remember this one being packed up multiple times (3 extracts IIRC)

did you manage to get any of the discs or are all of them failing due to the "missing part 6"?
 

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- download all the files
- start extraction with the 1A sequence to a 1A folder
- continue with 1B sequence to A 1B folder
- combine the DVD 1 files to extract them all.

do this with the other discs as well.
 

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this was the first title I viewed and I burned it to a dvd and I have to say I was HIGHLY IMPRESSED by the work only a small glitch here and there but the reincorporated scenes were flawlessly and seamlessly added in, I am very pleased. It was tough all these years watching the one I purchased in the store with all the deleted scenes. I am glad that someone took the time to do this. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
 

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Nope. Feel free to make some.

And perhaps you can explain something to me that i've long wondered. Why would there be a need for english subtitles in an english-speaking movie?
 

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I use subtitles so my 11 month old doesn't wake up.
 

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There is also the fact that non-native speakers are often able to read more of a language than they are able to understand aurally.
 
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