Hi-Definition Reference Disc 2008 COMPLETE BLURAY-iND

Release Group: iND
Release Name: Hi-Definition.Reference.Disc.2008.COMPLETE.BLURAY-iND
Release Date: 2008-09-16
Filename: ind-hdrd
Source: BD-25 Single Layer Disc
Size: 16.57 GB
Video: 1080i/AVC | .iso
Runtime: 52min.

Editor’s note: i’ve saw a few rips from this release but they can’t compare to this full size when it comes to quality and easyness to use!
If you really want to use it you’ll need this release!
Thanks iND for all your releases so far, whoever you “all” are;-)

Nfo: High definition reference disc for your hi-vision home theater. Footage compiled by Q-Tech Co. with thorough audio and visual checks for your home system. Check your own Blu-ray and HD DVD players, plasma and LCD displays, projectors, and other AV products with this reference disc.
Configure dark levels, color levels, movie resolution details through hi-vision camera footage during the video portion, then configure your audio system via 7.1 channel, Dolby Digital, dts, and linear PCM audio of new recordings from Kosuke Yamashita.

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11 comments

  1. Does that say 1080i Full HD?
    I don’t watch anything if the quality isn’t 1080″P”!

    J/K, I would watch a movie if it was at least 700mb DVD quality…

  2. Anonymous /

    ^ What a useless comment! haha

  3. Anonymous /

    ^ What a useless comment! x2

    Too bad they don’t have an 720p version… :/

  4. Anonymous /

    i’ll say

  5. coldsmoothie /

    is this a burner, converter or what?
    not so clear with the details
    can some explain ?

  6. Anonymous /

    @coldsmoothie
    It’s to setup your home theater

  7. Anonymous /

    if there was a 720p version – then how could it show you a check for 1080p video you jackasses – use your brains – but then again, this isn’t probably for you so go back to your rooms and play with your xbox.

  8. Anonymous /

    Oh god…

    First of all the video is 1080i. Use ur eyes.

    Secondly, many people own 720p TVs or LCD monitors, so it would be nice to check on that resolution too.

    Now go play with your PS3…

  9. Anonymous /

    Where I can find it?
    The link is “empty”…….

  10. this site suck ASS