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|Real Media? click here!||Written by: NovaKing [2012-04-01]|
with the recent change the scene have gone down with moving to x264,
and after reading all the comments people have been leaving on our
forums. we have decided to take the initiative to provide you, our
sole reason for existing with a more standard format when it comes
to our beloved tv shows.
so as of today, we have taken extra steps to provide every release
in the stable, most reliable format of real media. real media format
has been a solid codec for nearly two decades, it is widely supported
on every device known to man, and with its exceptional compression
format we can provide the same high quality shows you would expect!
we believe this change will benefit everyone and ease the pain.
to a bright future!
discussion about this new revolution can be had here
***** update *****
it appears a stuff up on our end just cause our releases to be purely renamed to .3gp and not actually re-encoded. i guess this kind of stuff tends to happen on april 1st. sorry for any inconvenience.
***** extended update *****
ok, so people seem to be confused. shame really... tv shows come out at night time, so doing an april fools joke before midday is pretty much impossible for us. so we did it on the night of april 1st. get over it. no files were re-encoded into real media, all you do is rename the file extension to the correct one (.avi, .mp4, .mkv) realistically the video player shouldn't care about the file extension and actually read the header information of the file to actually know what codec to use, but alas.
also, to the people who said "it's april 2nd where i am" now... have a look at the time display at the top of our page, this is the time we work off, our site is international so if you can't handle it then i suggest you change your times to be that of est so you won't get confused next time.
long live the iron fish