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# 83033 9-May-2011 15:29
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Found this browsing another forum and thought I'd share. I did a quick search and couldn't find this posted here before so hopefully no repost... These seem to be freely available so hopefully not breaking any rules either :)

The website has an archive of HD film studio trailers and things like THX and Dolby Digital trailers as well as those HD videos they use to demo HDTVs in stores. There are heaps of them and all are in 1080p and most in Dolby 5.1.

So if you want to give your HDTV a workout, impress some mates or just always wanted a copy of those HD videos then here they are. Click on the part numbers to download.


http://www.demo-world.eu/trailers/high-definition-trailers.php


(Mods feel free to move to another forum, I just put it here as they are downloadable computer files so most likely to be played on an HTPC)

Enjoy :)

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  # 467163 9-May-2011 15:53
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They don't seem to be allowing me to download. Says java void as the link....

Cancel that, working fine after a page refresh.

Thanks! Smile



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  # 467165 9-May-2011 16:00
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Hmmmm worked for me last night. I can't do it at work but will try again tonight. I used firefox with no prob

 
 
 
 


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  # 467168 9-May-2011 16:05
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Looks like you need to click on the Part# to download and not the name.



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  # 467175 9-May-2011 16:19
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Yup, click part number not name. Should work a treat.

They suggest using a download manager for the multipart files

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