Big_Fella wrote:

Did anybody see that Storyville film about trying to swindle the HMRC out of millions by pretending to make a British film. Quite amusing really.

I recorded that but haven't got round to watching it yet.

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Nick Sneddon wrote:
Diminished Responsibility wrote:

Been thoroughly enjoying Louis Theroux's documentaries.

Great TV, imo.

The Michael Jackson episode is a favourite of mine

The Jimmy Saville one is quite, erm, interesting....

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smallman1 wrote:

Titian adding another pair of horrendous trabs to the thread.

Fair play.

Consistent though smile

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chuffer wrote:

They remind me of David Dickinson

They're more pale red rather than orange, but I can see what you mean smile

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Damien Kingstar wrote:
TitianWarrior wrote:

Picking these up later today:
http://media.endclothing.com/media/catalog/product/cache/0/thumbnail/1000x1000/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/0/1/01-12-2015_adidas_jeans_mkii_red_navy___gum_1_sp.jpg

Nice. Good for kicking heads in, proper lairy those.

I doubt I'll be kicking anything with them, let alone heads!

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Picking these up later today:
http://media.endclothing.com/media/catalog/product/cache/0/thumbnail/1000x1000/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/0/1/01-12-2015_adidas_jeans_mkii_red_navy___gum_1_sp.jpg

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EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:
poirot wrote:

It does have to something that doesn't offend Muslims.


"First we had Minder, Then only fools and horses, and Now Citizen Khan!!!!"
@Bill turnbill @bbc breakfast

I'm ashamed to say that I know Adil who plays Citizen Khan. He's actually a lovely bloke, but the programme is fucking terrible.

However, if that weather was here, we'd have all fucked it off and stayed indoors!

Poor queuing skills compared to us Brits wink
I do like the orderly nature though

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OK, I've caved. Found out about our Christmas bonus today so I've bought:
1TB PS4 with Star Wars Battlefront, The Uncharted Collection and FIFA16. I've also picked up Batman: Arkham Knight, Infamous Second Son and Driveclub. Christmas sorted I think!

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dutchy101 wrote:

I got bored of it very quickly. Never understood the fuss about it at all.

Glad it's not just me!

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millsy23 wrote:
Wally wrote:

>> It's like watching a film in that respect, I don't have any issue with that at all Wally.

Yeah it's an odd thing to say for sure but games (for me anyway) are about your own journey or stamping your own mark on them where TLOU doesn't really allow you to do that - it's not your journey through the game, it's Joel and Ellies.

I think even NaughtyDog (the developers of TLOU) have recognised that as they've added dialogue trees to Uncharted 4.

It's why I like RPGs most of all but TLOU really showed what computer games can do with story and characters - whole new level - I honestly forgot I wasn't looking at real people when I was playing it a few times.

>> I assume we've all played Bioshock?

Of course. I played Bioshock:Infinite last year - really enjoyed that too.

Yeah, I enjoyed Infinite but the first and second Bioshocks are masterful games

I've never managed to get into Bioshock, should I give it another go?

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Presto wrote:

Key lock. Another thing I really am not a fan of (although I have used it in Ableton for a few things). Nothing like making a track sound like turd, just so you can pull off a key mix.

Key lock on a CDJ1000 = muddy sound.
Key lock on Ableton (using Complex Pro mode) = muddy kicks, and percussion, but the breakdowns aren't warbling about all over the place.
Key lock on Ableton (using Beats mode) = Kicks, percussion sound good. But breakdowns warble like someone trying to sing whilst gargling water.

I always thought it sounded rubbish on Traktor too, just sounds like the track is knackered.

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Wally wrote:
TitianWarrior wrote:

I was mulling over getting a PS4 this week (the new 1TB bundle with Uncharted, GOW III and The Last of Us), but then I realised that I've completed all of them multiple times on my PS3 (didn't do TLOU, tried the demo and found it far too tense roll). The only other games I want are Batman and Driveclub (already done GTAV on the PS3, I haven't quite finished it though, I'm sort of stuck at the last big heist/raid/whatever it is!).

I'll think I'll wait until the inevitable slim version.

PS.
I don't do multiplayer so unfortunately have no need for Star Wars

you need to buy some more records dude wink big_smile

lol

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I was mulling over getting a PS4 this week (the new 1TB bundle with Uncharted, GOW III and The Last of Us), but then I realised that I've completed all of them multiple times on my PS3 (didn't do TLOU, tried the demo and found it far too tense roll). The only other games I want are Batman and Driveclub (already done GTAV on the PS3, I haven't quite finished it though, I'm sort of stuck at the last big heist/raid/whatever it is!).

I'll think I'll wait until the inevitable slim version.

PS.
I don't do multiplayer so unfortunately have no need for Star Wars

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Wally wrote:

The fucking postman took my battlefront:SW back to the fucking postal depot instead of putting it through the door the useless cunt.

Can't pick it up until tomorrow earliest.

I'm rather unhappy at this.

Cunt.

You can't tell smile

I do love a bit of Ulrich smile

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Trick or Treating is basically begging. At any other time of year, knocking on strangers doors and asking for sweets would not be encouraged! smile

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roberto wrote:

ahh, soz, bit of a luddite...

No worries, I appreciate the effort smile

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It's also because I'm stuck at home with a bulging disc in my back, smacked up to the eyeballs on Tramadol and Naproxen. I've got a lot of time on my hands...

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roberto wrote:

more time this morning:

http://www.mp3tag.de/en/download.html

don't know if that's what you are after?

Thanks for looking smile but it's not mate, that's for mp3 not mkv (video). I found this:
http://mkvtoolnix.en.softonic.com/
which does what I want, but hasn't fixed my problem! The problem is basically my TV isn't pulling in the correct media details for the video files. It's really minor but bugging me quite a bit! It's nice when browsing to see the proper covers but I don't want to have to embed them manually.

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cheers Rob

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I was hoping someone might be able to help with a small problem? Does anyone know of an easy tool to edit mkv file tags? e.g. title. I've looked and can't find anything. There are people saying you can use VLC player, but it seems to forget the new tags.

Any suggestions greatly received cool

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steelydan wrote:

I'd keep that one a bit low at the moment

roll

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33 pages for me
http://www.bedrock.org.uk/socialise/vie … p?id=42989