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    File: Dawn Of The Dead.SVCD.TS-Centropy.(XviD.ReEnc.DTM).asf
    Length: 227858223 Bytes, 222518KB
    UUHash: =nXHuI/kFOehtRpXHunx66xl1ft0=

    im downloading that rite now.

    is it a real file, and what resoloution can i expect?


    o lol forgot the point of this post when im done dling it, wut do i use to play it0


    whoops i posted this in music world, my bad


    o and btw, it was was a really hi reseloution trailer.?

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    ASF files are Microsoft files use WWMP

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    Use "VideoLan" to preview it, and u wont be able to seek them once download is finished u need a program called "ASFTools" to make them seekable

    about the movie iam sure it wont be the real file cuz thoes kind of movie always come in Avi format


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    File: Dawn Of The Dead.SVCD.TS-Centropy.(XviD.ReEnc.DTM).asf
    Length: 227858223 Bytes, 222518KB
    UUHash: =nXHuI/kFOehtRpXHunx66xl1ft0=
    Looks like a very "professionally" named fake.

    First of all, who encodes in .asf?

    And secondly, I don't think you can use a seperate codec with one of Microsoft's formats.

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    check out vcdquality.com and check the release group to see what it was originally encoded as. (xvid divx vcd svcd) people rate the quality and usually has a sample image you can view.

    sometimes people reencode to .asf because its smaller but the quality is usually worse then compared to the orginal

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