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2006 AMA Supercross - Round 3 - Anaheim 2 - 700mb Torrent

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Hey everyone,

Here's the torrent for the 2006 AMA Supercross Round 3, Anaheim 2. This was broadcasted on CBS on January 22, 2006. The rip was made from a Motorola cable box streaming MPEG2 video to a PC which was then converted to an AVI using the XviD codec. File size is 700mb, resolution is 544x416, ~2000kbps, sound is 2 channel stereo, 192kbps. The torrent is here:

http://www.mininova.org/tor/206668

Like I said last time when I posted this, I can only seed for a day until I see a good number of people seeding themselves, then I have to stop. If I don't, I start getting phone calls from my ISP. So PLEASE help seed this after you've downloaded your copy! I consistently saw 30+ seeders from last week's Phoenix 250. I hope you'll all do the same for this 250 race!

To watch this video, you will need the XviD codec installed. Get that here:

http://download.divxmovies.com/XviD-1.1.0-30122005.exe

You may also need to install DivX. You can get that here:

http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXPlay.exe

Installing DivX and the XviD codec will take care of 99% of all AVI videos out there. An alternative to installing the separate codecs is to install this video player. I personally haven't tried it, but it was recommended to me, and it does have a TON of included codecs.

http://www.videolan.org/

If you're new to torrents, you'll need to download a torrent client. There are lots out there and most work great. My personal favorite is Azureus. Get it here:

http://azureus.sourceforge.net/download.php

Note that Azureus was written in Java, so you NEED to install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). You can get it from the same page that you got Azureus from. For ANY torrent software to work correctly, you need to make sure the TCP network ports 6881 to 6999 are open to the internet. If you don't know how to do that, go get a friend who does to help you or start using Google. There are a million different ways to open those ports, and I don't want to turn this thread into a port trouble shooter. There's lots of info other places to get that type of help.

Chris.

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Yea thx. i have a divx certified dvd player so the better quality is cool for watching on the tv, i just burn as a data file right on to a disk and start watching, keep it up. :thumbsup:

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Ditto the above...700MB is the way to go!

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Thanks for the HQ file, I downloaded a less than 300mb file last night and it skipped all over the place. Would hate to have that as my only copy of the greatest race so far this year.

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Yea thx. i have a divx certified dvd player so the better quality is cool for watching on the tv, i just burn as a data file right on to a disk and start watching, keep it up. :thumbsup:

Is it a LiteOn DVD player? I have one of those and i love it.

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Yes, if you have the whole thing, please leave your Bittorrent client open.

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The 1 seeder you see probably is Chrissa himself....

No one else already has it up to 100% so no one can seed but only leech this file.

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