World War Z (2013) 1080p – RETAiL-BRRiP – x265-HEVC-DD5.1 – 1.35GB – scOrp

[IMDb Rating]: 7.0/10 (584,045 votes)
[Metascore]: 63/100
[Awards]: 3 wins & 24 nominations
[Genre]: Action | Adventure | Horror | Sci-Fi
[Type]: Movie
[MPAA/Certificate]: Rated PG-13 for intense frightening zombie sequences, violence and disturbing images
[Format]: mkv x.265-HEVC
[Audio]: 5.1 Channel
[Resolution]: 1920×800
[Language]: English | Spanish | Hebrew | Arabic
[Country]: USA | UK | Malta
[Release Date]: 21 June 2013 (USA)
[Subtitles]: muxed
[Release Runtime]: 1h 56min
[Source]: 1080p-SPARKS
[Sample]: None





Plot Outline

Directed by Marc Forster. With Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge Dale. Former United Nations employee Gerry Lane traverses the world in a race against time to stop a zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatens to destroy humanity itself.





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Thank you scOrp. I can now replace my 10 bits HEVC encode with this one.
I have no idea why people are so obsessed with 10 bits even with 720p resolution. If they are so quality conscious, shouldn’t they be upgrading their monitors to FHD or 4K instead of this 10 bit BS ?

Last edited 14 days ago by Hess

You nailed it scOrp. Exactly as you said it “just by concept”
The stupidity at the tech awareness of the masses is breathtaking.
The learning impaired don’t have a slightest of clue what 10bit means, what it does and what it needs to do it’s thing but see the comments section on any boards or private tracker, 80% of the commentators would be crying “waiting for 10bit
Now you know why Android (where you’re not admin of your device) is the most successful OS
When I was interviewer on, 90% of time I encountered the dimwits who thought 320 > V0 though they didn’t have slightest of idea what CBR/VBR is and how it works but because 320 > ~245 = Better. In the beginning I tried educating a few but very soon I realized it’s a futile exercise.
Here however, the blame rests solely on the shoulders of encoders. 90% of those who are encoding x265 are doing 10 bits. I look for lot’s of older titles I missed when I was in prison but Alas! they’re all 10 Bits. Just a handful of the people are doing 8 bits. I’m “safely” assuming these handful of the people know their stuff unlike those 10 bit encoders.
The difference of the resource usage between 8 bits and 10 bits is the same that is between x264 and x265 (8 bits) so basically, in layman terms for the resource usage you can say:
x264 < x265 < x266 (x265 10 bits)
Read the line and the first reaction is Hay! now it looks just idiotic.
All I can say, God bless those 10 Bit encoders.

Last edited 13 days ago by Hess

Hay scOrp, did anyone ever told you how awesome you are ?
I’m only gonna ask for the ones I think others will benefit from too. The premium titles.
Hobbit trilogy (extended)
Lord of The rings (extended)
Tropic Thunder 2008
Asura City of madness 2016
Prince of Persia 2010
Okay I think I got little greedy there.
scOrp, do whatever you like or ignore them altogether, you owe us nothing and we owe you everything. Your work is highly appreciated. I’m glad encoders of your calibre decided to stick with the 8 bits encode and the best part is you have constant updates irrespective of what’s coming out from the studios.
Much respect for your work.