Posted: Tue Jul 03, 2007 2:13 pm Post subject: A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991)
Master Of The Dead Donkey Joined: Mon Jun 19, 2006 4:01 pm Posts: 708
Plot Summary: One hundred years after Chinese Ghost Story I, a monk and his student are traveling to another temple to deliver a gold buddha statue. During their travel they run into some trouble in town and decide to make haste on their journey. When night falls they come across the Orchid Temple, they decide to take refuge even tho the temple is rumored to be haunted. During the night the Master monk senses evil spirits and decides to go hunt them leaving his student to protect the Buddha statue. While the master is gone a ghost visits the young student and tries to seduce him. She fails to have an effect on him and he scares her away with his prayers. During the events with the ghost the young student broke the Buddha statue, to avoid the wrath of his master he says he is ill to buy some time to try to repair the statue. In the coming days the Ghost and the student become friends but disaster strikes and the master monk falls into danger. The student hires a traveling mystic warrior (Jacky Cheung) to help him rescue his master.
Cast: Jacky Cheung .... Yin Shun Lau .... Fong's Master Siu-Ming Lau .... Tree Devil Tony Leung Chiu Wai .... Fong Nina Li Chi .... Butterfly Joey Wong .... Lotus
Title: A Chinese Ghost Story III (1991) Sien lui yau wan III: Do do do Source: DVD Retail / R3, NTSC / IVL Size: 1.564.299.283 bytes (1/3 DVDR) Runtime: 01:49:01 Format: MKV Video Codec: H264 (x264 rev.635) Video Bitrate: 1526 kbps Resolution: 720x384 Aspect Ratio: 1.875 Frame rate: 23.976 fps Audio Codec: AC3 (5.1 channels) Audio Bitrate: 384 Kbps Sampling Rate: 48 KHz Language: Cantonese Subtitles (SRT): English
I gather some rips don't play so well. What are people's experience of h264 on an XBOX?
i havent got an xbox myself, but pretty much all of my x264`s ive lent to friends who play back encodes on their xboxes came back with a remark they wouldnt work (properly).
keep hearing similar things from a few online buddies; so maybe u should always assume crappy playback and consider it fortunate if a x264 encode actually works nicely on the xbox
The Ancient One Joined: Sat Sep 20, 2003 9:40 pm Posts: 2523 Location: In a dark room...
Knokk TuRnoo wrote:
i havent got an xbox myself, but pretty much all of my x264`s ive lent to friends who play back encodes on their xboxes came back with a remark they wouldnt work (properly). keep hearing similar things from a few online buddies; so maybe u should always assume crappy playback and consider it fortunate if a x264 encode actually works nicely on the xbox
Thanks for the feedback, I think I'll pass on this then. It's been a long time since I watched anything on the PC.
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