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  1. Closed: Actually, come to think of it, the RPi solution...

    Actually, come to think of it, the RPi solution can give you a boss media center PC for playing fanedits and movies as well for no extra cost. You'd have to install OSMC instead of Pi Music Box and...
  2. Closed: Bluetooth audio sucks. For car streaming it's...

    Bluetooth audio sucks. For car streaming it's okay (since it often works in tandem with hands-free phone features (answering with a dashboard button), but it compresses the sound output in addition...
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    Closed: On Linux there are several choices, all capable...

    On Linux there are several choices, all capable and yet still terrible. Cinelerra is pro-level, features-wise, but a complete mess. Blender is amazing, but it's really not an NLE as much as a great...
  4. Thread: Blu Ray Copy

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    Closed: There is no question here. The rip time alone is...

    There is no question here. The rip time alone is answer that no transcoding (just remuxing) is taking place. Rule of thumb: if the ripping process is 10 times faster than a rip/encode usually is,...
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    Closed: AAARGH! I can't unhear it now! :D

    AAARGH! I can't unhear it now! :D
  6. Thread: Blu Ray Copy

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    Closed: MakeMKV can indeed rip blurays losslessly to an...

    MakeMKV can indeed rip blurays losslessly to an MKV file. I've done this in the past and done all the usual steps of EAC3to and the like afterwards. Worked just as well as any other method, and it's...
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    Closed: Average moviegoers were already confused by the...

    Average moviegoers were already confused by the last reboot because Tobey Maguire was still fresh, relatively speaking, in the public imagination. Ditching Garfield so soon is a big mistake. I...
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    Closed: Haha, that's good.

    Haha, that's good.
  9. Closed: I enjoyed the Daredevil trailer a lot more than I...

    I enjoyed the Daredevil trailer a lot more than I thought I would. I think it could work!

    Also: Scott Glenn is in my top 5 actors ever - spectacularly underrated man - and him as Stick could be...
  10. Closed: It really depends on what you want from a comic....

    It really depends on what you want from a comic. Personally, I hate to sift through 40 pages of motivational villain backstory to get to the meat of the story. I also hate it when a story has a...
  11. Closed: Oh, jeez, there's more than one Collector, isn't...

    Oh, jeez, there's more than one Collector, isn't there? I knew it. :)

    I'm talking about The Collector of Worlds (aka Brainiac). This guy (still green, but now more reptilian/centipedean in...
  12. Closed: Gaith It's interesting you should Action Comics...

    Gaith It's interesting you should Action Comics as an example, because that series was meant to be completely off-the-wall bonkers with very little time for character moments. But we are still told...
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    Closed: Interesting!

    Interesting!
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    Closed: Actually, the official source for JDownloader...

    Actually, the official source for JDownloader also contains adware/spyware, and there's even some unwanted software installed if you do everything right during installation (if not, you get toolbars...
  15. Closed: Agree 100 percent. As cool as Adywan's project is...

    Agree 100 percent. As cool as Adywan's project is (and it truly is), I think the original trilogy is fine the way it is. It just needs a release. And since that's not gonna happen any time soon, we...
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    Closed: To get back on topic: I hate this trend with...

    To get back on topic:

    I hate this trend with a glowing passion. I've been hoping for a release of The Wire on bluray for years, and now that it finally happens, it's in bloody 16:9. Someone is...
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    Closed: Nothing boring about quality! :) I like that...

    Nothing boring about quality! :)

    I like that there are three heist movies in your list, btw. Rififi in particular is great, but I love The Killing and The Asphalt Jungle too.

    Heist movies...
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    Closed: I'll limit myself to five (in no particular...

    I'll limit myself to five (in no particular order):

    1. McCabe & Mrs Miller
    2. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
    3. Vertigo
    4. Gold Diggers of 1933
    5. The Wicker Man

    McCabe & Mrs Miller is...
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    Closed: I know you're answering your own question and...

    I know you're answering your own question and all, but this question has never been relevant to anyone who actually knows women. Even people who don't should be aware of this phenomenon. Most of the...
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    Closed: It sounds a bit generic, sure, but not as bad as...

    It sounds a bit generic, sure, but not as bad as Return of the Jedi or A New Hope. The Empire Strikes Back is a decent title, but it sounds really campy, like it's two hours of dastardly...
  21. Closed: I'll definitely do that.

    I'll definitely do that.
  22. Closed: What is this I don't even. Aguirre-Sacasa is a...

    What is this I don't even.

    Aguirre-Sacasa is a great writer - his comics adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand is top notch stuff - but the idea of him and Francesco Francavilla (possibly my...
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    Closed: Frost is a very solid writer. I haven't read any...

    Frost is a very solid writer. I haven't read any of them, but his first novel The List of Seven (1993) was mostly very well received. (The sequel slightly less so.) It's a piece of the kind of retro...
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    Closed: I agree with that article in theory, but what it...

    I agree with that article in theory, but what it fails to mention is that no one cared one iota about Wonder Woman before Brian Azzarello changed the origin story, and now WW is universally accepted...
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    Closed: This is insane news. I've always been against a...

    This is insane news. I've always been against a revival because it never felt necessary, but since it's happening because Lynch and Frost really want to tell a new Twin Peaks story, I'm all for it. I...
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