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Setting sun (Collection Version)
|Original Release Date||September 3, 2018|
|Release Date||September 3, 2018|
|Copyright||℗© 2018 aimiu music|
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
A REALM REBORN:FINAL FANTASY XIV Original Soundtrack (Blu-ray Disc Music) Blu-ray Disc Music Number of Music:119 Audio:96khz/24bit Time: 6 hours 40 minutes NOTE: The Bahamut Serial Code is NOT included.
If you know only one thing about Final Fantasy, it should be that it is a series with absolutely incredible music. FFXIV is no different. This soundtrack is fantastic. These are all songs from the base Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn game. That means patch 2.0 (A Realm Reborn, the re-launch of FFXIV) up to the end of the main story. It does NOT include songs from patches 2.1 through 2.55 (such as the extra primal fights), as those are on the "Before the Fall" album. It also, of course, doesn't contain any songs from Heavensward (3.0 onwards), those are on the Heavensward album.Anyway, this music is fantastic. Absolutely worth the purchase price.My only complaint is that the blu-ray music disc format is not ideal. You can download the mp3 versions of all the songs contained within this disc by inserting the disc into your Playstation console and doing something over your network, but that didn't work for me due to being on a school's network, unfortunately. Shouldn't be a problem if you have a blu-ray player in your computer though.I guess, really, my biggest complaint is that I had to buy a physical disc when really all I wanted was the mp3 files, but that's not a huge deal.Mine did not come with a wind-up Bahamut code unfortunately. It said it wouldn't, but I was still hoping. Oh well, no big deal.
This review is about the actual product and has no bearing on whether or not there's a minion code included (pretty sure they all expired last year anyway for this particular soundtrack). This blu-ray exceeded my expectations. I'm going to discuss the various FFXIV soundtracks under one review, because they're all more or less similar. They are Japanese imports, so be prepared for the literature with it to have a few meaningful snippets and a bunch of stuff you won't be able to read if you don't know Japanese. It does have the lyrics for the primal music in English, which I appreciated! The songs play with slideshows of the zone or battle where you'd hear it in game, which is something I love about it (the older soundtracks are more concept art than anything, but the more recent ones are screenshots of the actual battle). You can't select songs individually to play, but they do have the option to play all of the music, or to play music by area (The Black Shroud, Thanalan, etc., and the Heavensward disc even has an option to play daytime and nighttime music). Bear in mind that this is a blu-ray, and it is a video disc, so if you're planning on copying the mp3 files, you need to have your blu-ray player on a network connection if you don't have a blu-ray drive on your computer. There are no clear instructions on how to do this in English on most of the discs, so make your way to the special features "Extras" section, and there's a spot in there to copy mp3 files. It will give you an IP address and port that you put in your computer's browser, and it will let you download zipped folders of the music files. I used my PS4 to play the disc and was able to download the music onto my laptop, and upload from there to my NAS and Amazon Prime Music so I can access the music from anywhere I have an internet connection. The data on the mp3 files shows the track title in both English and Japanese, and the order varies from soundtrack to soundtrack, so some are easier to find what you're looking for than others (I suppose you could manually remove the Japanese from the file properties, but I haven't felt the need, as I usually have my gigantic Final Fantasy playlist on shuffle anyway). There are some bonus tracks on some (but not all) of the soundtracks, and to get the password to unlock the zip files, do an internet search, because they're all on Reddit somewhere.
Soundtrack is great, only reason I removed 2 stars was because the product is advertised to have the Wind-up Bahamut code and mine did not with it. Otherwise phenomenal soundtrack.
I've always enjoyed the music in Final Fantasy, and XIV is no exception. There is plenty to love on this album, including rock(ish) and orchestra. If you have a PS4 or PS3, it's easy to transfer the music to your computer, as well, so you can take it on the go.
As expected, and was the first batch of production as well. Not sure if subsequent orders will still have the minion key.
Great CD, just be fore warned that only a Blu-Ray compatible device can play / read this. If not there is a way to download the songs through the CD
I thought it was just going to be a soundtrack, but it's so much more than that. It's got amazing menus and videos with the music and beautiful artwork.. With everything that's on the disc I feel like I paid too little!
I am so excited about this CD for almost 2 mouths, but finally I recieve a broken one. For this case, 1 star is enough.
Basic Kayak Selection & Outfitting - In The Spread Fishing
|Number of discs||1|
|Rated||Unrated Not Rated|
|Studio||In The Spread|
|Run Time||50.00 minutes|
In this In The Spread video, learn everything you need to know prior to hitting the water about selecting the ideal kayak for fishing and how to outfit your kayak. Professional kayak fishing guide David Posey, of Kayak Fishing Destin, has years of experience selling, outfitting and running kayaks along Florida's panhandle. Learn from a pro, so your kayak fishing adventure is the best possible.
Setting the Record Straight: American History in Black & White
|Format||Multiple Formats, Dolby, NTSC|
|Region||Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)|
|Number of discs||1|
|DVD Release Date||January 16, 2006|
|Run Time||156 minutes|
Setting the Record Straight is a unique view of the religious and moral heritage of black Americans, with an emphasis on the untold yet significant stories from our rich political history. The material presented is ground-breaking and revolutionary, leaving viewers amazed and inspired.
First I received the DVD in quick time, and when I sat down to watch it the quality was obviously low budget, but the information was so amazingly important, I couldn't stop til it was over. I knew a good bit of what was discussed, but the reenactments from congressional speeches were priceless explanation of the times. The violent history of the Democratic party is laid out in stunning detail straight from the congressional record. From before the Civil War right up until the 60's Democrats made it their business to keep blacks under foot, and under strong DEMOCRAT control. And that hasn't changed much since then. Since murder and intimidation fell out of favor in the 60s they turned to classic Democrat techniques or bribery and corruption (not covered in the DVD.) I could go on for ever, but the DVD is far more informative than I could be in this review.
Many were surprised about the real FACTS of history...not that this information wasn’t available in BIG libraries; but this renowned historian made the facts readily available.NOW we can see the despicable nature of the Democrats via scholar exposition.
Never heard of any of these men except Fredrick Douglas until I saw this DVD. I never knew there were black representatives and senators that served in early America!Setting the Record Straight is a unique view of the religious and moral heritage of black Americans, with an emphasis on the untold yet significant stories from our rich political history. The material presented is ground-breaking and revolutionary, leaving viewers amazed and inspired.
I own the book but I was curious to see it presented on film. It hurts, perhaps even angers, me a little when I see celebrations of African Americans... and celebrities, athletes, and activists are put up on a pedestal... while so many historical figures (...regardless of political party affiliation!) are ignored. The African American men discussed in this book/film need to be brought to the attention of our young students as well as their educators!
Excellent. Should be required reading in all high schools, especially in Black Studies classes in college. This history is deliberately kept away from students so as to hide the history of the Democrat Party.
This is a very important book AND VIDEO! I strongly urge all to read it and share it! Why any African American or ANY American would still remain a registered Democrat after learning the truth of this book is beyond my comprehension! David Barton smartly lays out the facts and backs up what he has written with a complete set of footnotes and bibliography that are almost as lengthy as the book itself. The companion DVD is about 2 hours long and follows the book closely. The history it re-enacts is riveting and will stir your soul! I wish I could personally put this book and DVD in the hands of every American especially those still loyal to Democrats and Liberals! It should be required reading in every American school! Republicans from Lincoln's day to the Republicans of today can be proud of their consistent stand against slavery and for being in favor of civil rights for all people! I am so glad that I read this book and watched the DVD! -Craig A. Crawford
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Interesting story. Every American and potential immigrant should get a copy.
Technical Manual - Setting The Video Compression And Video File Formats
|Release Date||December 11, 2010|
|Copyright||(C) 2011 Video Advertising|
|Genres||Miscellaneous > Poetry, Spoken Word & Interviews|
My own fault - didn't pay attention to what I was buying, and my memory isn't anywhere near good enough to listen to someone rattle off a list of file formats for five minutes and get much out of it. In written form, this would be worth several times its cost. It should be in pdf format not mp3.
Stone on Stone Setting
|Number of discs||1|
|Run Time||50 minutes|
I've always enjoyed Michael Boyd's work and got some great tips on this video. With today's technology I was surprised by the production values. It became tedious and drawn out in parts. I would like a bit more clarity on one or two items such as which types of solder is being used. Nice use of beautiful stones and materials.
Ken Burns: The National Parks - America's Best Idea
Ken Burns is of course, a great documentary filmmaker, perhaps the greatest ever. (What other documentary filmmaker has an “effect” named after him?) But with “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea,” Burns is transcendent. It is not only a great, great documentary, it needs to be seen by every American. In Utah, where I live, there is a current furor over President Obama possibly declaring a new National Monument at Bear’s Ears. This is a situation where environmentalists want it, Native Americans want it, but the state government, certain locals and certain corporate interests are dead set against it, claiming it will cost jobs, damage the economy, violate state rights, impede needed development etc. How extraordinary to find that these same competing viewpoints have been going on for over 150 years ever since Abraham Lincoln set aside Yosemite as the Nation’s first protected area. The 12-hour documentary has astounding footage of the parks and their fauna and flora. It has heroes and villains galore. I suppose what is truly astonishing is how the heroes, like John Muir, Charles Young, George Bird Grinnell, Stephen Mather, Harold Ickes, Stuart Yudall, Adolph Murie, and Presidents Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Jimmy Carter, could face down such powerful opposition and persevere. It is a good reminder to us to neither be shocked by greedy ignorance, nor to give up our efforts. The documentary also brilliantly interweaves history and peoples’ stories as the Park system evolves. It covers almost 200 years of history, but if there is one take home point it is this: the National Parks remind us that we are Americans first, not Utahns, not Texans, not New Yorkers – we are Americans. This is OUR country and we must preserve it. I have had a fortunate life. I have been to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and seen new land being created from molten lava. I have taken river trips through the Grand Canyon, Canyonlands, and Dinosaur National Monument. I have done extensive hiking from the rivers in those parks. I have seen the great redwoods and sequoias, I have seen the Tetons, and yet as I watched this documentary, I find myself wishing that I had spent more time when I was younger, truly immersing myself in as many parks as I could. Not driving through them, but walking, sitting, being. I can only wish that my children and grandchildren can experience this unique heritage that Ken Burns has shown us so beautifully.
I'm unsure why this wonderous film was not recorded on high definition film of some kind. I'm sure I've got DVDs with better resolution. Obviously the old black and white pictures and footage won't hold up, but when current scenes are filmed, the results are no better than VHS. I see no reason at all to spring for the Blu-ray version. Compared to Planet Earth one or two, this film might as well have been filmed on 16mm stock in the 1980's. I'm seriously disappointed enough to send it back. Maybe. $61 is a lot to cough up for so-so visuals.Otherwise it's a typical top notch documentary by Ken Burns as others have more eloquently stated.
Ken Burns and his team do another great job, this time on telling the history of how the National Park system got started in the US and how it's evolved over the years. Six generously-long episodes give detail that's almost staggering. They interview Park Rangers, people who visited the parks, people who knew or are related to some of the key figures in the making of the parks. Many of the names were completely new to me -- sure, who hasn't heard of John Muir, or at least heard of Theodore Roosevelt's help in making the Park system? But most of the people behind the saving of one place or another by getting it added to the Park system were just private citizens who believed enough to work hard for a long time to see that it was saved. The photography, as always, is superb and the story is something you won't want to miss.
After reading its description I expected to learn a lot about the history of the National Parks, and it really delivered. Don't be fooled into thinking each film is about one park and what you would see there, or something else that has been done a thousand times before. This is all about how the National Parks came to be. As an added bonus, the folks they interviewed were fantastic, and have some really engaging and captivating stories about the parks, or their own personal experiences. There are a lot of stirring and impassioned moments, and the stories are as gripping as the actual information about the parks. This adds to the already very interesting information you came for, so you end up walking away with a little something extra.
Watching (and listening to) Ken Burns's The National Parks is a fantastic way to begin your own celebration of the National Park Service's 100th anniversary -- and to learn of the heroes (well known and otherwise) who have fought greed and indifference to make certain that these world-class natural and cultural treasures are safeguarded for "our children and our children's children."Be sure and watch the series with your children or grandchildren, compare notes, make lists, and then get out and discover your own national park.SPECIAL NOTE: to celebrate their centennial the NPS is offering free admission to all parks for 4th graders and their families during 2016!Photo: view from Walter's Wiggles, Zion NP (my husband during his tenure as 2015 Artist-in-Residence.)
“The National Parks - America’s Best Idea” is a wonderful six-episode documentary series from filmmaker Ken Burns and his longtime colleague Dayton Duncan. It chronicles the inception, development, continuing expansion, and tremendous popularity of the American National Park System. The United States of America has been bestowed with spectacular natural scenery, which includes mountains, hills, canyons, rock formations, forests, plains, rivers, lakes, waterfalls, and geysers, to name a few. The fundamental mission of the National Park System is the preservation of the natural beauty of the American landscape, in order that future generations would be able to marvel at its majesty and splendor. “The National Parks - America’s Best Idea” is an absolutely outstanding documentary series by Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan, which definitely merits a five-star rating, along with a very enthusiastic recommendation.