Edge of Darkness 720p (MKV + BD5) English/Spanish Lat 5.1

Type:Video > Highres - Movies
Size:4.1 GB
Tag(s):720pAVCHDBD5DramaTrillerAction
Spoken language(s):English, Spanish
Uploaded:Oct 11th, 2010
By:omao86Trusted
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EDGE OF DARKNESS (2010)

As homicide detective Thomas Craven investigates the death of
his activist daughter, he uncovers not only her secret life,
but a corporate cover-up and government collusion that attracts
an agent tasked with cleaning up the evidence.

R I P P E R ' S N O T E S


Main Movie :
--> Movie - 116 min, PG-13, Widescreen 2.35
--> Video - x264 Core 89 r1724M, 3.7 Mbps, 720p,
23.976 fps, Level 4.0 (DVXA Compatible)
--> Audio - English 5.1 AC3 576 Kbps, Latin Spanish
5.1 AC3 640 Kbps
--> Subs - English, Spanish, Forced Spanish
--> Size - 4.03 GBs
(4.36 GBs after lossless BD5/BD9 conversion)
--> Note - "EoDSubs" folder is needeed for BD5/BD9 conversion.
New TSmuxer version (1.10.6) is used for
conversion, may affect compatibility with
certain players.


ABOUT BD5/BD9


Where does this play?

-> BD5/BD9 is meant for playback on pc/popcorn/htpc/ps3/bluray-player

How does it work?


-> For playback on pc simply extract and play the mkv in your favorite player.
another option is to create the bluray/image for playback with powerdvd.
-> For playback on ps3/bluray-player run "Convert to BD5.exe" and chose "B".
This will convert the mkv to bluray and create an image that will play
in the PS3 or a Bluray Player.

How's the quality?

-> Qualiy is to be considered the same as BluRay releases.

Why is BD5/BD9 "undersized"?

-> The conversion to bluray takes up some 200-300MB (500-600MB for BD9)
space which is the bluray overhead. Because of this the mkv is sligthly
"undersized".

Why doesn't everything get released as BD5/BD9?

-> We don't know and there is no logical reason. However, as time goes on other
groups cannot continue to ignore the bluray community by stubbornly releasing
incompatible BluRay releases. It's like releasing DVDR's that don't run in
DVD Players.


Tested and working on these players:

Denon DVD-3800BDCI
DVico TViX (mixed results on tvix 6500 as mkv, m2ts works)
DXVA (DirectX Video Acceleration)
Insignia N5-BRDVD
LG BH200 (pre 0602 firmware)
Magnavox NB500MG9
Microsoft XBOX360 (AAC 2.0 audio in mp4 container)
Panasonic DMP-BD30
Panasonic DMP-BD35
Panasonic DMP-BD50
Panasonic DMP-BD55
Popcorn Hour
Samsung BD-P1400
Samsung BD-P1500
Sony Playstation 3
Sony BDP-BX1
Sony BDP-S300
Sony BDP-S350
Sony BDP-S500
Sony BDP-S550

Not working on:

Sharp BD-HP20
Files:

Comments

is b-pyramid strict wprking? Yes, but only on RAW output from x264, after that you can use MKVMerge to generate a MKV file fully compatible with tsmuxer.

 omao86Oct 27th, 2010