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24.S05E16.HDTV.XviD.PROPER-LOL
Type:
Video > TV shows
Files:
28
Size:
355.18 MiB (372430861 Bytes)
Spoken language(s):
English
Uploaded:
2006-04-04 05:20:12 GMT
By:
hanz_of_the_ocean
Seeders:
0
Leechers:
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Comments
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Info Hash:
4B41249EE0649B32D9D4A5DC4F7F3FF3E3B3A875




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Proper notes:

Can we all say 'havent this been tried and failed before'?

When we checked their sample, and tried making a sample at the same spot, theirs is
9mb, ours is 17mb.  

Taking up the grand tradition of quality, xor's 24 was mostly done at a constant 
bitrate, with the last part presumably adjusted to fit the 350mb size.  See pic.

shitty encode, shitty quality from a shitty group.

Here's a properly encoded 2 pass release.

Comments

Does not work in windows mediaplayer get somekinda error and it closes down explorer, does work with VLC though. Thanx
Works perfectly!! thanx alot
thank you very much :)
Keep e`m coming!
Great job guys
:-)

thanks guys great job
Yeah this release rocks!!!
Yep, doesn't work here either. Get Windows error no matter what viewer I use.
Jack Bauer is extremly male..:D
For fuck sake... dont write anything about the episode !
Do you guys think its fun to us to read this shitt?
I'm mad! ;(
thanks m8
Why are these new 24 shows turning out nuked!
GrodaNNN,
who have write somthing abaout the episode?
and what have been writing about the episode?....
When i tried to open this *.avi fail, my BS player crashed. Windows Explorer crashed too.
The system is Win XP pro with SP2.
Then i try rendered the file with my GSpot v.2 and got a message:

Warning: DirectShow crashed while attempting to render this file.
This is usually due to damaged, misconfigured, conflicting, or poorly written codec drivers. It is possible, perhaps even likely, that other media players will crash when they attempt to play this file as well, as most of them will also use DirectShow. GSpot was able to intercept the crash, and has attempted to identify the codec or filter involved; uninstalling or reinstalling this codec or filter may solve the problem.
The codec was tentatively identified as:
D:WINDOWSsystem32mpeg2dmx.ax
This file is a Direct Show Filter
I took off this file from WINDOWSsystem32 with: cut and paste and put it in my own place.
For now the BS player and Windows Explorer is working OK on this and others files.
A BIG THANK YOU EngineerJD !! That solved my problem playing this file in MediaPlayer....Now.......what will happen when this file is missing from the system folder later ??,, have moved it though, not deleted it, so could be easly'd restored..thanx again EngineerJD !
Excellent quality work, thanks !
Jack Bauer doesn't die of VX-nerve gas - He exhales it!
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