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PublicHD - High-Definition Bittorrent Community Star.Trek.Into.Darkness.2013.1080p.BluRay.AVC.TrueHD.7.1-PublicHD Disc Title: Star.Trek.Into.Darkness.2013.1080p.BluRay.AVC.TrueHD.7.1-PublicHDDisc Size: 37,566,929,195 bytesProtection: AACSBD-Java: YesPlaylist: 00800.MPLSSize: 36,668,841,984 bytesLength: 2:12:05.959Total Bitrate: 37.01 MbpsVideo: MPEG-4 AVC Video / 26267 kbps / 1080p / 23.976 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1Audio: English / Dolby TrueHD Audio / 7.1 / 48 kHz / 4342 kbps / 24-bit (AC3 Embedded: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dB)Audio: French / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dBAudio: Spanish / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dBAudio: Portuguese / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dBAudio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dBSubtitle: English / 38.530 kbpsSubtitle: English / 43.753 kbpsSubtitle: French / 36.925 kbpsSubtitle: Spanish / 31.942 kbpsSubtitle: Portuguese / 30.531 kbps S C R E E N S : DISC INFO:Disc Title: Star.Trek.Into.Darkness.2013.1080p.BluRay.AVC.TrueHD.7.1-PublicHDDisc Size: 37,566,929,195 bytesProtection: AACSBD-Java: YesBDInfo: 0.5.8PLAYLIST REPORT:Name: 00800.MPLSLength: 2:12:05.959 ( 36,668,841,984 bytesTotal Bitrate: 37.01 MbpsVIDEO:Codec Bitrate Description ----- ------- ----------- MPEG-4 AVC Video 26267 kbps 1080p / 23.976 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1AUDIO:Codec Language Bitrate Description ----- -------- ------- ----------- Dolby TrueHD Audio English 4342 kbps 7.1 / 48 kHz / 4342 kbps / 24-bit (AC3 Embedded: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dB)Dolby Digital Audio French 640 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dBDolby Digital Audio Spanish 640 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dBDolby Digital Audio Portuguese 640 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dBDolby Digital Audio English 640 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dBSUBTITLES:Codec Language Bitrate Description ----- -------- ------- ----------- Presentation Graphics English 38.530 kbps Presentation Graphics English 43.753 kbps Presentation Graphics French 36.925 kbps Presentation Graphics Spanish 31.942 kbps Presentation Graphics Portuguese 30.531 kbps

The new Star trek Into darkness 3D blu-ray won't play correctly on my Sony blu-ray BDP-S490. On insertion it ask for a firmware update and apon re-insertion it plays but the sound keeps cutting out every few minutes. I checked but i am up to date on my network updates, I guess Sony has been caught on the hop by this one. I guess quite a few people will need this update shortly. Or is there some other sound setting I could use as a work round Help

I'm having problems with Star Trek Into Darkness too. I've tried it on my Sony S490 and my Samsung BD-C5900 and it either refuses to load, partially loads and gets to the Paramount logo screen, or gets as far as the movie and then stops, starts & freezes up . So two different players and I've tried three different copies of the 3D Bluray. There is serious security encryption on this disc that some players are unable to read even running the latest firmware. Frankly, I've just about had enough of these film companies continually doing this type of thing. It leaves you not knowing whether your next purchase is going to play or not. Most people rip and pirate DVD and Bluray, not 3D movies, so why all the security on the 3D version of the film and not on Bluray and DVD I'm getting to the point where I'm just not going to bother buying them anymore if this is the way customers get treated, because there is no way the manufacturers of 3d and Bluray players can keep up with all the latest encryption. I might just as well join the millions who download free from the torrent websites and let these stupid studios go to hell.

Dougald Anson was big even for a Terrestrial; his tawny head rode at full two meters and his wide shoulders strained the chain mail he wore. He was young, but his face had had the youth burned out of it by strange suns and wild winds around the world, was lean and brown and marked with an old scar across the forehead. His eyes were almost intolerably bright and direct in their blue stare, the eyes of a bird of prey.

The courtyard was filled with Khazaki warriors, standing silently in the slow heavy rain. It was the darkness of early morning, and only an occasional wan lightning flash, gleaming on spears and axes, broke the chill gloom. Anse was aware of softly-moving supple bodies pressing around him, of night-seeing eyes watching him with an impassive stare. It was he and Janazik who had the plan, and who had the most experience in warfare, and the rest looked to them for leadership. It was not easy to stand under that cool, judging scrutiny, and Anse strode forth into the street with a feeling of relief at the prospect of action.

For a moment he stood inside, breathing heavily, the drawn sword in his hand. There was a corridor stretching beyond this room, on into a darkness lit by the ghostly blue fungus-glow. He saw and heard nothing of the Xanthi, but something scuttled across the floor and crouched in a shadowed corner, watching him.

It whispered to him. The brush rustled and something wailed in darkness and the wind blew with a wild mournful sound over faintly starlit cliffs, and it was as if they all somehow had voice, as if the whole world muttered and threatened him in the night. Dimly, he wondered if man would ever subdue Mars, if the human race had not finally run across something bigger than itself.

Kane made a smooth takeoff. In minutes we were beyond the atmosphere, Earth was a great glowing shield of cloudy blue behind us, and the stars were bitter bright against darkness. We sent a coded call signal and got a directional beam from the ship. Before long we were approaching it.

My own, more private education went on apace. I found where we were. It was a forgotten red dwarf star out near the shadowy border of the Empire, listed in the catalogues as having one Class III planet of no interest or value. That was a good choice; no spaceship would ever happen into this system by accident or exploration. The anarchs had built their hopes on the one lonely planet, and had named it Boreas after the god of the north wind in one of their mythologies. My company called it less complimentary things.

The set hummed, warming up. I lifted my eyes and stared into the naked face of Boreas. The shack was above ground, itself dominated by the skeletal tower of the transmitter, and a broad port revealed land and sky.

We came out into the central chamber where the prisoners were gathering to be herded up to the ships. Armed Valgolian guards stood under the glare of improvised lights. Other Imperials were going through the city, flushing out those who might be hiding and removing whatever our armed forces could use. The equipment would do no one any good here, and Boreas would be left to its darkness.

The manhole opened into one of the ruinous abandoned districts, crumbling structures and shards of stone half buried by the drifting sand. Three guardsmen stood watching, spears at the ready. Otherwise there were only the moons and the wind and the silently watching stars.

He shall come riding alone and friendless, riding a gray hengist into Valkarion on the evening of that night. A heathen from the north is he, a worshipper of the wind and the stars, a storm which shall blow out the last guttering candles of the Empire. From the boundless wastes of the desert shall he ride, ruin and darkness in his train, and the last long night of the Empire will fall when he comes.

Rumor ran before them on frightened feet, and peasants often fled as they advanced. But never had they met such emptiness as now. They had passed deserted houses, gutted farmsteads, and the bones of the newly slain, and had shifted their course eastward to get into wilder country where there should at least be game. But such talk as they had heard of the invaders of Ryvan made them march warily. And when one of their scouts galloped back to tell of an army advancing out of the darkness against them, the great horns screamed and the wagons were drawn together.

He fell, toppling into a roaring darkness while they clubbed him again. Down and down and down, whirling into a chasm of night. Dimly, just before blankness came, he saw the white beard and the mask-like face of the prince from Ganasth.

The city loomed dark before him reaching with stony fingers for the ever-glittering stars. Of black stone it was, mountainous walls ringing in the narrow streets and the high gaunt houses. A city of night, city of darkness. Kery shivered.

The gates were closed before him, but Kery played them down. Then he turned and faced the city and played it a song of the wrath of the gods. He played them up rain and cold and scouring wind, glaciers marching from the north in a blind whirl of snow, lightning aflame in the heavens and cities ground to dust. He played them a world gone crazy, sundering continents and tidal waves marching over the shores and mountains flaming into a sky of rain and fire. He played them whirlwinds and dust storms and the relentless sleety blast from the north. He sang them ruin and death and the sun burning out to darkness.

Donovan had not watched the Black Nebula grow over the days, swell to a monstrous thing that blotted out half the sky, lightlessness fringed with the cold glory of the stars. Now that the ship was entering its tenuous outer fringes, the heavens on either side were blurring and dimming, and the blackness yawned before. Even the densest nebula is a hard vacuum; but tons upon incredible tons of cosmic dust and gas, reaching planetary and interstellar distances on every hand, will blot out the sky. It was like rushing into an endless, bottomless hole, the ship was falling and falling into the pit of Hell. 153554b96e

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