Subject: Where to find remove porn content
A couple years back I started buying subscriptions to porn sites, but didn't find all the content I had seen through galleries and streaming. It seems that a lot of older content got deleted throughout the years.
I know some websites still have the scenes available through streaming, but I'm looking for the original files as streams usually have a watermark and sub-SD content's framerate seems to get cut in half when converted to MP4.
Does anyone know where I should look for such content? I've already tried the public trackers and torrents, but most of it can't be found.
Subject: How to Quickly Unzip Files
Sometimes I’ll download a torrent file and every season of a show is in its own folder and then EVERY episode of that season is in its own folder, with every episode split up into like 13 zip files.
Is there a way to unzip all the files at the same time or is going episode by episode the only way to do this?
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Subject: Invite only streaming sites for tv/movie?
Subject: Weekly General Discussion Thread (November 06, 2022)
This thread is for the r/Piracy community to discuss whatever is on their mind, whether it is related to digital piracy or not.
Rules are still applicable so please do not request for specific pirated content (ie. specific movie, book, etc.) and definitely don't link to any. Do not mention specific media names asking for help in finding them.
Don't forget to check out the wiki, which contains a megathread with a list of sites/apps, tools, FAQ, and other useful resources.
Your question also may have been asked previously - you can search the subreddit via google - example: https://i.imgur.com/1jA767u.jpg
For previous weekly threads, click here.
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Subject: How to deal with almost unfindable torrents?
Hi, I've been torrenting for a while and just now it happened that I'm searching for a TV Show (available on Netflix) that I cannot download anywhere.
I mean, it's on Netflix. But fuck Netflix.
Although I cannot find the torrent anywhere.
Is there a way to rip/download off of Netflix? How do I go about this?
Thanks in advance!
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Subject: High Definition x264 and Ultra High Definition x265 Standards Addendum 1
Revision 5.0 Addendum 1 - 2022-10-18
[ Intro ]
When revision 5.0 was made, an attempt was made to write some rules for Dolby Vision and HDR10+ inclusion.
However these rules have been shown not to work, as things have just turned out differently than what was thought back in 2020.
We seem to have come to a point, where Dolby Vision (DV) can now be muxed into mkv files, but it can be done several ways,
which might look the same in mediainfo, but play very differently, depending on the player used.
This addendum is written to try to create a work flow, that will be used by all groups, and will ONLY cover the parts in the
rules, that are related to Dolby Vison and HDR10+. It will ensure that all releases will be done the same way, no matter which
group does the actual release.
FEL vs MEL (RPU)
Due to the size of the FEL, which can add up to 10-12GB to a release, with close to no gain in quality, it has been decided to
use just the RPU to make releases. The RPU typically adds 30-50 MB. The FEL can also not just be used on an x265 encode, since
the frame type and order must be the same in the BL and the EL. Encoding the BL will ruin the original frame order, and the
FEL will not work.
Dolby Vision Profile
From what various groups has experienced, it seems like Profile 8 currently has the best compatibility. Surely there will be
players or TV's that doesn't support Profile 8, but Profile 7 is supported by even less devices.
Only rule 24.2.x will be affected by this addendum, and the rule numbers is this addendum, has nothing to do with the rule
numbers in the current version of the rules.
Compliance with this document is optional as of its pre date, and mandatory as of 2022-11-01 00:00:00 UTC (1667260800 Unix time).
24.2.1) If a 4k BD contains DV, the final release must be Profile 8.1 (DV with HDR10 fallback) Suggested workflow: Demux the BL and EL layers Encode the BL layer with x265 following all the rules Use dovi_tool, or other available tools, to inject the RPU from the EL into the encoded BL Make sure to use Profile 8 and use --crop option, unless crop values used for the encode are 0 Mux the resulting file The final mkv file should show the following in mediainfo: Dolby Vision, Version 1.0, dvhe.08.06, BL+RPU, HDR10 compatible / SMPTE ST 2086, HDR10 compatible 24.2.2) If the movie contains changing AR, the release must be left uncropped. Don't crop when encoding and don't use the --crop option. This way the original "active area" data in the RPU will be maintained, and change accordingly when the AR changes. 24.2.3) If a 4k BD contains HDR10+, the HDR10+ metadata must be injected into the encode. Suggested workflow: Extract the HDR10+ metadata using hdr10plus_tool. The result should be a .json file Encode with x265 following all the rules and add "--dhdr10-opt --dhdr10-info <json file>" Mux the resulting file The final mkv file should show the following in mediainfo: SMPTE ST 2094 App 4, Version 1, HDR10+ Profile B compatible 24.2.4) If a 4k BD contains DV and HDR10+, first follow rule 24.2.3 and then rule 24.2.1 skipping the x265 encoding part. The resulting file must of course still be able to fall back to HDR10. The final file should show the following in mediainfo: Dolby Vision, Version 1.0, dvhe.08.06, BL+RPU, HDR10 compatible / SMPTE ST 2094 App 4, Version 1, HDR10+ Profile B compatible 24.2.5) Preing a release including DV/HDR10+ of a previous release pred before this addendum, is not allowed and will be considered a dupe of the previous release. Use INTERNAL for such releases. 24.2.6) It must be noted in the nfo, what the release contains. SDR/HDR10/HDR10+/DV.
[ Signed (in alphabetical order) - 28 Groups ]
AMIABLE ARCHiViST DAA B0MBARDIERS DoNE FACELESSCREW FLAME GAZPROM GMAY GreenBlade GUHZER HAiDEAF IcHoR IAMABLE iNGOT JustWatch
MiMiC OADG PSYCHD RCDiVX RedBlade REWARD SCOTLUHD SHORTBREHD SURCODE WATCHABLE WEST YAMG
[ Refused to Sign (in alphabetical order) - 0 Groups ]
[ Revisions ]
2007-04-28 - High.Def.x264.movie.standards.rls.1-NFO
2007-07-05 - High.Def.x264.Movie.Standards.Rev2
2008-10-13 - High.Definition.x264.Standards.Revision.3.0-HDX
2008-12-20 - High.Definition.x264.Standards.Revision.3.1-HDX
2009-01-27 - High.Definition.x264.Standards.Revision.3.1.Addendum.1-HDX
2011-01-29 - High.Definition.x264.Standards.Revision.4.0-HDX
2011-01-29 - High.Definition.x264.Standards.Revision.4.0.UPDATE-HDX
2020-04-15 - High.Definition.x264.and.Ultra.High.Definition.x265.Standards.Revision.5.0-HDX - Total rewrite, hardened all rules, switched to CRF, UHD and x265 are supported.
2022-10-18 - High.Definition.x264.and.Ultra.High.Definition.x265.Standards.Revision.5.0.Addendum.1-HDX - Rules concerning Dolby Vision and HDR10+ totally rewritten
Subject: iOS/iPhone piracy (non jailbroken)
Subject: So... how i can find .onion links to library/epub?