The Unwritten Rule Trilogy DVD is now available!
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 12:15am
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To celebrate the completion of "The Unwritten Rule Trilogy" and the official announcement of its feature-length sequel, "Return of the French Guy", I have created a DVD containing all three chapters, teaser trailers and outtakes, including special features such as audio commentary and extended/deleted outtakes from "Ex".
You can get your hands on this Limited Edition DVD in 2 ways:Download the .ISO file (via Bit Torrent Client)
Send me a private message begging me to send you a copy of the DVD
I'd like to say thanks again to the FXhome staff, our fans and everybody else who downloaded our movies. I hope you enjoy the DVD.
NOTE: If torrents don't work straight away, don't worry, they will. This is my first attempt at creating torrent files so bear with me while I try to figure it out, lol.
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 1:14am
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PMing TAKES TOO LONG!!! PLEASE GIVE ME IT TO IT NOW!!!
ok waser, calm down, I am very interested. This looks sweet. my adress is APAndreas31@hotmail.com
. How much is the beauty going to cost?
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 1:58am
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I'm interested in this too, and a torrent is indeed a good way to distribute it, however, I'm having a problem downlading the file. If I click the link, all I get is a page of code, and if I try to Save As... I get an html file.
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 3:03am
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What is an .ISO file?
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 5:09am
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I think it's like a ZIP file, only you open it with a program called WinISO instead.
And Aculag, do you have the program BitTorrent? Or else you will only get this code.
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 6:20am
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Redhawksrymmer wrote:And Aculag, do you have the program BitTorrent? Or else you will only get this code.
No, I'm just completely retarded.
I have the program, and I only get code. Someone hop on AIM and send me the torrent file. Or email it to me.
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 6:42am
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Uhoh...torrents? from what i HEAR, this program is almost only used for downloading.."Less than purchased" software and music....
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 6:54am
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ISO is a vd image. you use a program like Alcohol 120% to burn it.
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 7:51am
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The torrent file definately is not working, as Aculag says is just a load of code. Which torrent site did you upload it to?
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 10:55am
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Go to http://www.torrentbox.com/index.php
and you'll find the DVD and individual parts of the trilogy there. If you can't see them on the front page, do a search.
it's just me uploading right now so be patient
oh and a .ISO file is an image file. You can burn it onto a DVD-R/+R or RW using a program like Nero. You can also mount the image onto a Virtual CD drive like Nero Image Drive.
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 1:41pm
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The torrent that I linked before now works, however the webserver they're hosted on don't support torrent files, so right-click and save as a .torrent file instead of a .html file and it should work.
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 1:44pm
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sidewinder wrote:ISO is a vd image.
Stepladder - any chance of us seeing the movies back in the FXhome cinema at any point?
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 2:19pm
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definitely, we just need somewhere to host them.
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 9:59pm
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Now just waiting patiently to download them...
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 10:13pm
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torrent is a little ropey
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 10:16pm
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That's just because right now I'm the only one hosting the files, and I can't host them 24/7.
Posted: Tue, 24th Aug 2004, 11:06pm
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I can host them so long as they are a reasonable size. Preferably .mov or .wmv. AIM me at spidey ben3308 and send the files thru Direct Connection
Posted: Wed, 25th Aug 2004, 8:13am
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Thanks for the offer, but I don't have AIM :o( Is there anywhere I can upload the files to? Or perhaps someone else who already has them could AIM them to you on my behalf?
Posted: Wed, 25th Aug 2004, 11:03pm
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I'm downloading it on my home system right now... had it running all night and was at 850mb when I left the house this morning. I didn't notice how much had uploaded from my system but I'll leave bittorrent running even after I've finished downloading to help out with speed and bandwidth for others copying the file...
Posted: Wed, 25th Aug 2004, 11:10pm
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I hope you enjoy the DVD, and thanks for helping out other people who want to download it.
Posted: Wed, 25th Aug 2004, 11:44pm
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If you still need hosting, Stepladder, I'd still be glad to help. You could send the files to me at email@example.com
. This applies to anyone else who needs hosting. While there is no charge, force is appreicated
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Posted: Thu, 26th Aug 2004, 10:48am
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Thanks again Ben, but seeing as how I've been seeding the files for a few days it'll now be faster for you to use Bit Torrent to get them, as I'm not the only one seeding anymore :o)
Posted: Thu, 26th Aug 2004, 1:05pm
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Posted: Thu, 26th Aug 2004, 2:00pm
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I do appreciate the offer, I just think that'll be the fastest way of getting them to you, since you'll be downloading from multiple people and I can only upload at 20k.
Thanks again mate.
Posted: Thu, 26th Aug 2004, 5:11pm
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It's neat that you actully have an .ISO file for download, it's to bad you can't host them at a normal server instead of bit torrent, which always runs slow!
I'll get this this downloaded sometime!
oh btw.. great!
Posted: Thu, 26th Aug 2004, 8:48pm
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you can open iso files with deamon tools to and burn with copy2DVD
just a tip deamon tools is free but copy 2 dvd isn'thttp://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/portal/portal.php
for deamon tools
if you have nero just open the isofile with deamon and burn the files in the virtural drive. Dtools is easier than alcohol
one more thing that cover is really cool!
Posted: Wed, 1st Sep 2004, 1:36pm
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Do you have a printable version of the DVD cover art and disc art that we can download?
Posted: Wed, 1st Sep 2004, 1:44pm
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No, sorry, it's just not in the right format. It was created in Nero Cover Designer and it can't be exported to an image file. The example I used in this thread is just a screenshot of it.
Hope everyone's enjoying the DVD!