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Thread: Timeline The Movie Downloaded From Supanova

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    hi guys

    i downloaded timeline from s/n an it was this version

    Timeline.WS.2003.DVDRip.XviD-ALLiANCE_[BT-GM]_[EFNET]

    now i know about most compression and stuff but this has got me stumped

    its got 49 files , with names "alliance-timeline-xvid.001" to "alliance-timeline-xvid.049"

    and the a files "alliance-timeline-xvid.sfv"

    and an nfo file that doesnt say how it was compressed


    i know somewhere in the forum i did read something about the sfv file but i did a search and nothing came up

    so if you could tell me what to use to get this movie back in one peice

    i would be exstatic , thanks

    ps this is the only info in the nfo

    R E L E A S E - I N F O

    Movie Name : Timeline
    Release Date : 30 March 2004
    Theatre Date : 19 November 2003
    DVD Date : 13 April 2004
    CDInfo : 1CD, XViD, Mp3 Audio
    Runtime : 116mins
    Rating : 5.2/10 (1594 votes)
    IMDB : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0300556/
    Plot Outline : A group of archaelogical students become trapped in the
    past when they go there to retrieve their professor. The
    group must survive in 14th century Fance long enough to be
    rescued.

    E X T R A - N O T E S

    Budget
    $80,000,000

    Opening Weekend
    $8,440,629 (USA) (30 November) (2,787 Screens)
    279,505 (UK) (7 December) (270 Screens)
    625,104 (Spain) (7 December) (279 Screens)

    Note: We had to cut the credits for increase video quality.

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  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    thanks ike , just need to know what that sfv file does , i do remember it so sort of quality thing but for the life of me cant remember what lol

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    Originally posted by delphin460@2 April 2004 - 15:42
    thanks ike , just need to know what that sfv file does , i do remember it so sort of quality thing but for the life of me cant remember what lol
    forget the .sfv I always delete it..
    With some tool (dunno what tool) you can check with the .sfv if all files are complete...

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    You need hkSFV which is free and here.

    http://www.big-o-software.com/

  6. Movies & TV   -   #6
    cool , thanks boys

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