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Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby Muz » Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:08 pm

When you downloaded a film from the internet, do you delete them after you watch it?
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby XTENDEAD » Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:15 pm

for me i don't delete because i love to keep them if ever i want to watch it again and i do love to share it on my friends

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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby SleepyFist » Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:19 pm

No, because I want other people to see them too, It never goes well.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby CBThatGuy » Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:26 pm

I can't bing myself to delete them. I have a 3TB network drive for storage full of movies I probably won't ever watch again.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby itsonlyleggy » Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:33 pm

It depends how the film leaves me feeling! Either "that was fun, I'll never watch it again though" delete. "That was awesome, it's going in the movies folder" Save. Or "That wasn't half as good as I thought it would be" Delete!

Looking back through my saved folder is an eye-opener. I've got one of the Futurama movies, the Breakfast Club remake, The Condemned with Stone Cold Steve Austin/Vinnie Jones and Road Trip 2: Beer Pong :lol:

I've a film is THAT good though, it gets deleted and bought on Blu-Ray. I'm all for sharing and sampling, but if I'm REALLY into something, it deserved to be paid for. Plus it's safe from HDD failure 8-)
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby Tierwad » Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:55 pm

I generally only keep movies that I know I'll watch again, everything else gets erased.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby sasapinjic » Wed Feb 21, 2018 3:07 pm

Usually not, because i dont have lot of space on HDD, but ones that are good enough stays.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby stillcool » Wed Feb 21, 2018 3:13 pm

I delete them only when I know my girlfriend isn't interested in watching them, for a while I hoarded them on HDD but they never get watched from there and it was easier to re-download it from somewhere rather than find the drive, plug in the drive and copy it to a USB stick.

If it meets the grade I'll buy it on DVD dirt cheap or Blu-Ray, recently I bought Prevenge from Poundland new as it was very good and I got it for it's audio commentary, I'll do the same for Bladerunner 2049 when it's Blu-Ray hits the £8 mark new as I'd seen my download 3 times now.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby Gamerone » Wed Feb 21, 2018 4:55 pm

No, I try to find to way keep them, so others can enjoy
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby eugenerobinhood1 » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:07 pm

I keep all the movies because I'll watch them again at some point in time.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby ZX81v2 » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:21 pm

If a film is worthy of being watched again (or series) I'll buy the DVD.
otherwise, I'll wait till it get aired on TV.

I'm not a big film lover and avoid the latest "super sheep" stuff..
I actually watch more cartoons and series than films. ...and besides, all the good movies have been done already....and RETRO REMAKE Films often suck,,,
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby Sabkahn » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:48 pm

I stopped caring about downloading movies a long time ago. Unless you grab a full BD Rip or at least a direct DVD Rip the quality usualy sucks too much for me to even bother. And even with a good DVD Rip you still need a Software with a good scaling ability for a decent picture (though that is true for physical DVD´s too).

Either the picture has blocky artifacts, the sound is only in Stereo and / or the sound is compressed to a terrible degree. Even Streaming on paid services like Amazon Prime or Netflix sucks for pretty much the same reason. I recently watched the 2017 Ghost in the Shell movie on Amazon, 1080p Stream, and in pretty much all dark scenes it was loaded with compression artifacts.

I´m certainly no Audiophile Idiot or Image Quality Snob but I didn´t invest in a decent A/V Setup to deal with sub par content.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby mistamontiel » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:52 pm

I always seed no less than upping it twice

Besides I hate flicks .. haaaate . WHISPER all whisperfests I can the fuck do that too ! Supposed to be on edge but all acting means is fucking whisper . Yehhhh. Shhhhhh
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby FFTHEWINNER » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:54 pm

XTENDEAD wrote:for me i don't delete because i love to keep them if ever i want to watch it again and i do love to share it on my friends

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this. i keep them on an external hard drives. same with anime. having pretty damn low download speed is also a reason lol :lol:
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby CurbsidePharmacist » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:55 pm

I stream all my movies on a TV box, but have the option to download them to my 4TB external connected to my TV box that has thousands of hours of TV shows and movies from past file grabs.
I only keep stuff I would enjoy watching again you never know when you may lose internet or suffer a power outage and be unable to connect to the WWW for media.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby Moandain » Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:28 pm

Normally I keep them. I have a Plex server with 14TB of space.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby Dildo_Schwaggins » Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:32 pm

Not unless they suck ass, like one with Natalie Portman or Liam Neeson LOL, or both OMFG talk about horrible
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby Massamo » Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:36 pm

Never lol

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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby Dildo_Schwaggins » Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:40 pm

He's right no one deletes them unless they are are huge size.
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Re: Do you delete films after you watch them?

Postby rodion » Wed Feb 21, 2018 7:18 pm

I only delete if the movie was really bad and I want to forget I ever watched it, for example Prometheus or Terminator Gensys.

Sabkahn wrote:I stopped caring about downloading movies a long time ago. Unless you grab a full BD Rip or at least a direct DVD Rip the quality usualy sucks too much for me to even bother. And even with a good DVD Rip you still need a Software with a good scaling ability for a decent picture (though that is true for physical DVD´s too).

Either the picture has blocky artifacts, the sound is only in Stereo and / or the sound is compressed to a terrible degree. Even Streaming on paid services like Amazon Prime or Netflix sucks for pretty much the same reason. I recently watched the 2017 Ghost in the Shell movie on Amazon, 1080p Stream, and in pretty much all dark scenes it was loaded with compression artifacts.


Dude, you seriously need to look into HEVC/x265 encodes, it is new technology and still very rare on torrents. I just downloaded few from UTR group,Tigole and GetSchwifty and quality is mind blowing. Since I dont have a BluRay this is first time I saw such image quality.

You get double the quality compared to old x264 at same file size. I downloaded a full BluRay of Avatar around 20 GB and compared it to a 5 GB hevc encode and I could not tell the difference, only when I stopped and compared fame by frame, and even then it is hard. Really, even sliced bread is shit compared to hevc.
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