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Thread: Where Can I Find Planet Earth?

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    The Documentary.

    With English subtitles, NTSC DVD, and file size less than or equal to 4.37 gigabytes (DVD-5)

    Prefereably with good speeds. No public trackers

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    tl

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    its everywhere, but i can advise the HD version of it, its damn good, and this docu is definitely worth watching.

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    I'd like to watch it on my TV, and my DVDs are only 4.37 gigabytes. Yeah I stated 4.7 in the OP but that's what it says with every megabyte being 1000 bytes, not 1024.

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    so write it in 2 dvds, i was just staring like an idiot when i watched an episode in hd, unbelievable.

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    Hm. How can I write it in 2 DVDs?

    Plus I don't have an HD-DVD player so I can't download HD-DVDs

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    I have it in hdrips, it costs wtice as much hdd then the simple dvdrip, but its better imho. They are just avi files, you can write them into 2.

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    Maghushun-

    But is there some way for me to watch HD on my TV even if I don't have an HD-DVD player?

    Do you download HD-DVD rips and then convert them to DVD since they're avi files? What if they were x264?

    And so I just split up the video into 2 segments and use one for each disc?

    Because say I downloaded a DVD-R version of it, and the files were in an iso / vob files. How can I split that up?

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    I don't know how could you split up the DVDr s, but i guess somebody knows here, maybe they come in.

    HD rips are the similar avi files like DVD rips, but as you say, im not sure that the ordinary DVD player can play it on the telly. well... i dunno

  10. BitTorrent   -   #10
    TL and TDC has them...

    From your equipment description, just stick to the DVD versions, but the HD versions are better.

    For HD, you have two options:

    1. For the HD encodes (~24 GB), you play them from your computer and transfer the video/audio signal to your HDTV.
    2. For the HD source (80 to 85 GB), you can view them like above, or burn them and watch them from your HD player connected to your HDTV. (More expensive)

    You cannot play x264 encodes from a regular DVD player.

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