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Harmy has completed work on his v2.5 Despecialized Edition and it is superb. The MKV file is available now and a Blu-Ray w/ Bonus Disc should be available late 2014. Decoded hash haval192,4: faadcd48d52871f0f03a5e2d3bbc7f74c5b118bd78acd39d: CRC32: 42A67CC6 (unhashed, decoded, lookup, decrypted, decoded). .note. this is only if you own a copy of the special editions on blu-ray. I do not claim ownership of these movies or of the despecialized editions!!!!! This is a reconstruction of the 1977 theatrical version of STAR WARS. The original shots were painstakingly restored using various sources (listed below) and the film received an extensive shot. The extraordinary lengths a group of fans -with skills-went to, to de-construct Star Wars back to its original form, and ended up doing a better job than Lucasfilm: Star Wars: Despecialized Edition.
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for Windows NT(2000,XP,2003)
RapidCRC 0.6.1 Installer for Windows 95,98,ME (Experimental)(*)
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|Sources||Since version 0.5 the sources are available via CVS. If you don't know how to use the CVS system please feel free to drop me a note in the forum; I will send you an exported version.|
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Star Wars Despecialized Edition Blu Ray
(*) Before a new release I do a brief test of the Windows 9x version under VMware. But that is not really enough to be sure that it works as expected. If you want to use a similar program that is tested more intensely under Windows 9x then I recommend QuickSFV; it's not open source but at least freeware.