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    Question-2 Lord of th Rings The Two Towers

    I downloaded the lord of the rings the two towers but it doesnt work. It is an .avi file. Please someone tell me a program that can be used to watch this!

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    1. Open the file in Virtualdub
    2. Go to File -> File Information
    3. Post what information you see here

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    file size: 480x260
    24.006fps

    #of frames: 88530 (1:01:27)

    Decompressor: DivX 5.0.2

    anything wlse?

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    Can you post a more complete information of the file, including the sound? A screenshot would be convenient.

    By the way, is the movie really that short at only an hour and a few minutes?

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    [Avi2vcd 1.4.2 encode log file]
    Operating System: Windows XP
    Version: 5.1
    Build Number: 2600
    CSD Version: Service Pack 1
    DirectX Version: 8.1 (or later)
    CPU Vendor: Intel
    Model: Pentium 4
    L2 Cache Size: 512K
    Stepping: 4
    MMX Capable: Yes, SSE Capable: Yes, SSE2 Capable: Yes, OS SSE Capable: Yes
    Speed: 1999 MHz (approximate)
    Number of processors: 1
    Installed Memory: 256 MB (aprox)

    Source file: C:\Documents and Settings\Mass Ssaratu\My Documents\GTA3 User Files\New Folder\Pics\More\more\(tmW)Lord.Of.The.Rings.--.The.Two.Towers.(CD1of3).avi
    Source file is 119 Mb
    Source File Details:

    ERROR: DirectShow could not open source file to validate parameters.

    VFW DETAILS:
    Frames per second: 3.000000
    Frame rate: 3
    Frame scale: 1
    Starting frame: 0
    Length: 9834
    Codec Code = DIB
    Format Change Count: 0
    Stream descriptor: (tmW)Lord.Of.The.Rings.--.The.Two.Towers.(CD1of3).avi Video #1
    INDIVIDUAL FRAME DETAILS:
    Width: 352
    Height: 288
    Bit Count: 1
    Compression: 0
    No audio stream present
    ERROR: Can't handle VFW pixel bit size.

    Could not open file with Video-For-Windows API!

    Could not open file with either DirectShow or VFW API!!
    Input video could not be opened or does not have acceptable parameters

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    Originally posted by Enki
    file size: 480x260
    24.006fps

    #of frames: 88530 (1:01:27)
    Originally posted by Enki

    VFW DETAILS:
    Frames per second: 3.000000
    Frame rate: 3
    Frame scale: 1
    Starting frame: 0
    Length: 9834
    Codec Code = DIB
    Format Change Count: 0
    Stream descriptor: (tmW)Lord.Of.The.Rings.--.The.Two.Towers.(CD1of3).avi Video #1
    INDIVIDUAL FRAME DETAILS:
    Width: 352
    Height: 288
    Bit Count: 1
    Compression: 0
    No audio stream present
    The two sets of information don't quite agree with each others, don't you think? However, let's suppose the second set (the more recent one) is true, you have got yourself a fake movie, judging from the slideshow-like frame rate of 3, no video compression and the absence of any audio stream.

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    I would just like to add that even if the file were real, it would have been bad quality, considering the rips of LOTR:TTT are only cams.
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    I would just like to add that even if the file were real, it would have been bad quality, considering the rips of LOTR:TTT are only cams.
    This isn't necessarily true.

    While most rips are cams, you will sometimes find a rip that is the actual movie - the academy receives copies of the movie for screening before the awards, and sometimes (most of the time) these get leaked.

    This happened with the first LOTR movie.

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    Originally posted by HDRed
    This isn't necessarily true.

    While most rips are cams, you will sometimes find a rip that is the actual movie - the academy receives copies of the movie for screening before the awards, and sometimes (most of the time) these get leaked.

    This happened with the first LOTR movie.
    Yes indeed, but when IT IS a good quality screener (mostly dvd-screeners) they have "screener" somewhere in the name, and they most certainly do not have a (tmW) prefix.
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    My friend has the dvd version of this movie on cd, and when he brought it to my house, it would not right on my 16x9 Widescreen HDTV, but then on a full screen tv it worked fine. I am taking that it was not encoded to work right on my type of tv. IS there a way I can take these 4 discs, and spend the time so I can make it work on a Widescreen TV. I really want to take out the time to do this please help me.

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    we are not talking about WAREZ here, are we?

    if so: http://forum.digital-digest.com/anno...?s=&forumid=21

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    Well I have other SVCD cds (I own the dvd also). in bin .cue and have this same problem. any ideas? not warez at all

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    when the filesize = 119 MB
    dont expect to have a descent movie
    really.....

    good quality divx = 1.5 hour in 700 MB
    good quality mpg = 1.0 hour in 800 Mb (700 Mb cd)

    otherwise dont bother getting it

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    Originally posted by Enchanter

    By the way, is the movie really that short at only an hour and a few minutes?
    Most likely it is only part 1 or part 2.

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    Originally posted by DPOverlord
    Well I have other SVCD cds (I own the dvd also). in bin .cue and have this same problem. any ideas? not warez at all
    How is it NOT warez? I know which copy of TTT you're talking about, and the real dvd release is coming out after august. Unless you're talking about the fellowship of the ring dvd, although this thread is about the two towers.

    @redjack "Most likely it is only part 1 or part 2."

    It is indeed part 1of3, thus the name **(tmW)Lord.Of.The.Rings.--.The.Two.Towers.(CD1of3).avi**
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