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2010-04-11 09:51:28 GMT
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EXPERIMENTAL, just to demonstrate now small file-size could be.
DO NOT download if you watch on high resolution TV or monitors.
NOT for handhelds or phones, just computers. 
Playable in VLC, WMP and MPC with CoreCodec and DivX 7 AAC DShow filter, 
mplayer, KMplayer and of course, in QuckTime Player.
However, picture is better than 90% of CAMs and definitely watchable.
PLEASE, think about the ones who have Internet but cannot afford download of big files.
Every day I have 10% of my peers on dial-up and ancient hardware who need whole day to download a "normal" sized 350MB.
Please, I beg you for understanding of my work, let them through and if you can - help them by downloading and seeding afterward as long as you can. These people have slow download and it helps them a lot (please, be generous - on such file having ratio 14:1 is like 1:1 on normal-sized XviD).. 
Thank you.
Quarks are point particles (no size) unlike protons and neutrons. 
Protons and neutrons are made of quarks. Quarks come in different types. There are six different types: up, down, charm, strange, top and bottom. For example, a proton is comprised of two up quarks and one down quark. Quarks have electric charge, color charge, spin and mass. But they have no internal structure, they behave like mathematical points.
Electrons are members of the lepton family. Like the quarks, leptons are also point particles. 
[ About file ]
Name: Legend.of.the.Seeker.S02E16.H264[quark].mp4
Date: 11/04/2010 07:47:31
Size: 60,350,786 bytes (57.555 MB)
[ Generic infos ]
Play duration: 00:43:31 (2610.851666 s)
Container type: MP4/MOV
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Compatible brands: JVT AVC
Creation time: 10/04/2010 05:47:27 UTC
Modification time: 10/04/2010 05:47:27 UTC
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Hi 20-40,
Thank you for the encode/upload.

Quarks RULE!

are u going to leave this in 272p?
@hkoraddi: Nope, LOTS went out two weeks ago.
Quarked one is up just because of the gentlemen from the comment above.
I agree. Quarks r the best
Thanks a lot u decide to do Seeker again. Can you please quark episode 15.

Thanks again!
thank you.
Pretty much identical to the earlier rips at less than half size. Nice going. Seems to be a really good format for tv shows. Thanks.