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kommissar x
Posted: Mar 25 2008, 12:59 AM


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HPD -
Just to add to Skadog's comments - yes there is a learning curve, but it's pretty easy once you have your movie, the audio (.ac3) and your subtitle file (.sup).

I use the free IfoEdit.exe to author my DVDs (see the author mode in this program), where it's really easy to combine the video file, the audio, and add the .sup file (and chapters) into a burnable DVD. As far as I know, this program doesn't provide you with DVD menus (the movie just starts).

This program will then author the DVD and copy this to your hard-drive & then you can burn with whatever software you use (it's not that important to the overall process).

Ifoedit

It's really not that hard once you have your .srt (the text file) converted back into the .sup (the image file).

Subtitle workshop will allow you to change the timing for subs (I think it lets you add and subtract time overall in batch mode, so that you don't have to change each subtitle timing separately).

Marissa Mell yawns....
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Johan077
Posted: Apr 8 2008, 02:14 AM


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just saw that Wild east ir releasing Cobra on DVD soon
http://www.wildeast.net/catalog1.html

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skadog
Posted: Apr 9 2008, 06:41 PM


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Yes, and I just noticed that DFI has added the following to their films list:
Fuller Report
Man on the Spying Trapeze
Our Man in Jamaica
The Fantastic Argoman
Tiffany Memorandum

I know they've been talking about releases for Tiffany and Fuller for quite some time now (I am beginning to turn blue)... but didn't know they were doing the other three.

I sure hope they ain't teasing!

Cheers!

PS, Sorry if this is old news...
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Johan077
Posted: May 29 2008, 11:48 PM


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Just got back from Italy. Had a wonderful time. Great country. The findings were meager when it came to Eurospy movies. Only one in fact, James Tont Operazione D.U.O. Oddly enough there were showing it on TV one morning as I was on my way to the store and found the movie. Otherwise I found a bunch of SW and bought a lot of Fumetti's like Diabolik and Kiminal.

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skadog
Posted: May 30 2008, 04:19 PM


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Johan,

Welcome back! I am very very excited to hear you snagged a copy of James Tont 2. Does it have an English language option? My copy is straight Italian, no subs. (but it looks pretty good).

Cheers!

PS, Did you happen to find Arriva Dorellik???
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Johan077
Posted: Jun 11 2008, 03:06 AM


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skadog,
the james tont II only has italian audio but is a great copy. did not find dorrelik. looked all over the place but superhero/caper/spy movies were scarce.

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skadog
Posted: Jun 13 2008, 08:50 PM


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Johan,

Not a biggie... we'll get copies from somewhere. I have the avi rip for the Tont II release but have not checked it out.

Did you happen to ask a cabbie in Rome where the aforementioned disks could be found? Kinda like trying to find a hooker, they seem to know everything!

;-)

cheers!
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Johan077
Posted: Jun 14 2008, 12:17 AM


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yes, I did and he gav me the phone number of this amazing...wait, you were asking about DVD's, oh..right....of course...errrr....no, he didnt know where to get the DVD's, sorry.
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Johan077
Posted: Jun 24 2008, 02:09 PM


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just got the DV-R of eEurospy trailers from something weird. GHreat collection however some titles are new to me. Has anyone heard of "Jerk in Istanbul" Thought it was a comedy but looks like a serious spy thriller, or how about "Danger girls" and "scorpions and miniskirts"?

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Johan077
Posted: Jun 24 2008, 03:02 PM


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so the danger girls movie seems to be a south african made production. Jerk in Istanbul is a French production. anyone seen either?
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vjetorix
Posted: Jun 25 2008, 12:01 AM


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have not seen JERK but there's a poster image here.
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RICHARD RHYS DAVIES
Posted: Jun 27 2008, 09:38 PM


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PELIGRO!...MUJERES EN ACCIÓN is the original title of DANGER GIRLS - it's Mexican and fantastic. Very Eurospy in a latin style with a lot of girl on automatic weapon action. Highly recommended second installment of superspy Alex Dinamo's adventures who first appeared in equally fun SOS CONSPIRACY BIKINI. I'd love to see these in English - only have them in Spanish.

It did get an English language release in South Africa - perhaps Nausad has a copy. (What's happening with TOM DOLLAR?? - i'd also like to have looked at his trailer reel - I can't get anything going on the email front with Nausad)

Something Weird have reissued a stack of their Eurospy catalogue on dvd formerly only VHS. Going back to their 16mm print means best pictures around of classics like BECKETT AFFAIR, DEVIL'S AGENT and the forgotten and very weird sexy spy title HEAT OF MIDNIGHT aka ESPIONS A L'AFFUT by Max Pecas of DANIELA BY NIGHT fame.

Here's to something weird...

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Johan077
Posted: Jul 7 2008, 03:52 PM


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i saw that the fist austin powers movie has a spy genre overview as part os the specials on the DVD? anything good from an eurospy point of view?

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abs1nth3
Posted: Jul 11 2008, 10:03 AM


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This film will be out on German DVD in August but unfortunately no English language options...

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Johan077
Posted: Jul 11 2008, 01:06 PM


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thats red dragon, i believe. That is being released by Wild East later this year with an English sundtrack

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