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MOTP
07-20-2012, 09:41 AM
I bought the Deluxe Edition from Hdtracks.com in 192khz/24Bit Quality, and made a DVD-Video Disc in DTS 96khz/24 bit compatible with all DVD Players with DTS Decoding and all DTS receivers (HDMI or S/PDIF). I upsampled the remaining 3 songs in MP3 to the same specs for consistency. DTS decoders that can't decode 96/24 will playback in 48/24 instead.
Burn the MDS file and play on your normal DVD/Blu-ray Player, I created a Menu to select the songs, you can skip songs using fast forward. The menu is not perfect to navigate but you can access every song easily with a little patience.
I chose this format because 192khz/24 FLACs are too big for me to upload and DTS is much more supported by stand-alone players and receivers, even the older ones.

Hope You ENJOY!

EXCLUSIVE PDF BOOKLET ADDED!

(DTS Stereo 96/24 from 192/24 FLAC)
No. Title Length
1. "A Storm is Coming" 0:37
2. "On Thin Ice" 2:55
3. "Gotham’s Reckoning" 4:08
4. "Mind if I Cut in?" 3:27
5. "Underground Army" 3:12
6. "Born in Darkness" 1:57
7. "The Fire Rises" 5:33
8. "Nothing Out There" 2:51
9. "Despair" 3:14
10. "Fear Will Find You" 3:08
11. "Why Do We Fall?" 2:03
12. "Death By Exile" 0:23
13. "Imagine the Fire" 7:25
14. "Necessary Evil" 3:16
15. "Rise" 7:11
Total length:
51:20
Digital Bonus Tracks (DTS Stereo 96/24 from 192/24 FLAC)
No. Title Length
16. "Bombers Over Ibiza" (Junkie XL Remix) 5:51
17. "The Shadows Betray You" 5:20
18. "The End" 6:13
Amazon enhanced CD bonus tracks (DTS Stereo 96/24 upsampled from Mp3 256 kb/s 44.1/16 )
No. Title Length
19. "No Stone Unturned" 7:29
20. "Risen from Darkness" 4:27
Movie Tickets.com Exclusive Track (DTS Stereo 96/24 upsampled from Mp3 (128 kb/s 44.1/16)
No. Title Length
21. "All Out War" 3:17


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martymarin
07-20-2012, 10:18 AM
OMG, thank you !!

mattsey
07-20-2012, 10:33 AM
Great !!! thanks !!!

(MAT)themes
07-20-2012, 10:35 AM
Thanx! Nice upload! Very good sound quality. I've a 7.1 system and it really blew me away. :D

chiefbigsnake
07-20-2012, 11:32 AM
Sweet Thanks!

DingDongSenior
07-20-2012, 12:08 PM
WHOA THIS IS COOL!! I wonder if there is actually a complete recording session of The Dark Knight Rises!!

AWESOME!!

Rick Hunter
07-20-2012, 01:07 PM
That's trully epic! Thak you!

MasterZPrime
07-20-2012, 04:19 PM
WHOA THIS IS COOL!! I wonder if there is actually a complete recording session of The Dark Knight Rises!!

AWESOME!!

Well of course there IS, its just a matter of obtaining it and having it released to the public lol

placoboy
07-20-2012, 05:41 PM
Good job "but" what about regular FLAC 24-96 files? would use same space and much easier to read on Foobar or portable player? Have you tried to use Foobar2000 to convert your 192K files into 96? fairly easy. If you do thanks in advance.
BTW isnt DTS compressed? arent we losing quality into the conversion process?

DAKoftheOTA
07-20-2012, 05:42 PM
Well of course there IS, its just a matter of obtaining it and having it released to the public lol

What is it with people thinking that not every film has a complete score and / or sessions?? Is today "let's all be stupid day?" Did you see my comment over in the request for the sessions? Some idiot said, "for the record, I'm pretty sure there is one" no shit lol

soundtrackers
07-20-2012, 05:51 PM
Your 100% right any movie that was ever made has a complete score, most sadly are left to sit in vaults and never heard!
In some cases some have even been destroyed, or are in such poor condition that they are lost forever!

scorepranos
07-20-2012, 05:53 PM
WHOA THIS IS COOL!! I wonder if there is actually a complete recording session of The Dark Knight Rises!!

AWESOME!!

Maybe

mgm5215
07-20-2012, 05:58 PM
Your 100% right any movie that was ever made has a complete score, most sadly are left to sit in vaults and never heard!
In some cases some have even been destroyed, or are in such poor condition that they are lost forever!



:( Like it happened to JW's Jane Eyre.

placoboy
07-20-2012, 06:25 PM
Good job "but" what about regular FLAC 24-96 files? would use same space and much easier to read on Foobar or portable player? Have you tried to use Foobar2000 to convert your 192K files into 96? fairly easy. If you do thanks in advance.
BTW isnt DTS compressed? arent we losing quality into the conversion process?
Update > I managed to extract audio but since it is DVD format I am getting DTS and 48KHz, not that "Hi Res" and one big file but thats ok ...

El Cid
07-20-2012, 06:42 PM
I don't see the point of DTS. It's not surround sound. Just convert to 24/48 or 24/96, and FLAC compress it.

DAKoftheOTA
07-20-2012, 07:23 PM
Maybe

Lol

Drunkenmunkey
07-20-2012, 07:33 PM
Lol

:fap:

MOTP
07-21-2012, 10:17 AM
I don't see the point of DTS. It's not surround sound. Just convert to 24/48 or 24/96, and FLAC compress it.

I chose DTS to make it DVD-Video Compatible, I couldn't use FLAC.

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Update > I managed to extract audio but since it is DVD format I am getting DTS and 48KHz, not that "Hi Res" and one big file but thats ok ...

Something Wrong On Your Part, the tracks are DTS 96/24. what have you used to extract?

DTS is compressed but stereo DTS at 1.5 Mb/S is transparent!

Matt_Lambertson
07-21-2012, 11:24 AM
You are seriously going to make me buy the original files because you somehow managed to create this file in a way that it is impossible to extract the original tracks back to FLAC. I've just wasted 2 hours trying to do it. Plus an hour to download the thing in the first place. Please, never do it this way again. If you're doing something for audiophiles, you need to use an accepted audiophile format. We like FLAC for a reason...not to mention I want to put this in my library and play it just like everything else, with ratings and play history and tags and everything...not boot up some special program just for one album. This is so important to me that I spend whole DAYS figuring out how to rip the lossless DTS from the Lord of the Rings Complete Recordings so I could play them from my PC in foobar.

Thank you for your effort though...without you I wouldn't have even known there WAS an audiophile version of the score to lust after... :)

MOTP
07-21-2012, 12:47 PM
You are seriously going to make me buy the original files because you somehow managed to create this file in a way that it is impossible to extract the original tracks back to FLAC. I've just wasted 2 hours trying to do it. Plus an hour to download the thing in the first place. Please, never do it this way again. If you're doing something for audiophiles, you need to use an accepted audiophile format. We like FLAC for a reason...not to mention I want to put this in my library and play it just like everything else, with ratings and play history and tags and everything...not boot up some special program just for one album. This is so important to me that I spend whole DAYS figuring out how to rip the lossless DTS from the Lord of the Rings Complete Recordings so I could play them from my PC in foobar.

Thank you for your effort though...without you I wouldn't have even known there WAS an audiophile version of the score to lust after... :)

Sorry But I posted the specs of my upload, I tried to make a good disc....

I will reupload this because some tracks have been cut by DVD-Lab pro.
I Will try to post FLAC 96/24 too

Matt_Lambertson
07-21-2012, 03:03 PM
It is a good idea for people that like discs rather than individual files, I didn't mean to say it wasn't a good job, it is :) It was just frustrating cause I thought I could get the individual tracks extracted out of the image and I couldn't. But hdtracks thanks you for your advertising cause I have bought the disc from them :)

gmp1809
07-21-2012, 05:03 PM
First of all thanks for taking so much efforts for this. By any means is there any chance of uploading the original 192khz/24Bit Flac copies of the soundtrack which you downloaded from HDTracks. Thanks Once again.

MOTP
07-21-2012, 05:10 PM
First of all thanks for taking so much efforts for this. By any means is there any chance of uploading the original 192khz/24Bit Flac copies of the soundtrack which you downloaded from HDTracks. Thanks Once again.

My upload speed is awful, and the Files are huge! I will try 96/24 but it's very difficult for me to upload the original files!

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
07-21-2012, 05:48 PM
Maybe

:swoon: I like the cut of your jib.


DTS is compressed but stereo DTS at 1.5 Mb/S is transparent!

Is this DTS-HD Master Audio? :erm: Sounds more like just the DTS-core audio. Which is lossy.
Transparent yes. But lossy.
1.5Mbps is the general bitrate for the core.
3-5Mbps is more the lossless DTS formats.
Depending on how many channels there are.

768kbps per channel.

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Which for all of you trying to rip the audio is just plain...
I don't know.
Just plain something. Use your imagination.


You are seriously going to make me buy the original files

Yeah, so?


because you somehow managed to create this file in a way that it is impossible to extract the original tracks back to FLAC.

:rofldata: The technology isn't that hard to figure out. The right tools are out there.
Which you don't have.
Which is why you find it "impossible". :laugh:


I've just wasted 2 hours trying to do it. Plus an hour to download the thing in the first place. Please, never do it this way again. If you're doing something for audiophiles, you need to use an accepted audiophile format. We like FLAC for a reason...not to mention I want to put this in my library and play it just like everything else, with ratings and play history and tags and everything...not boot up some special program just for one album. This is so important to me that I spend whole DAYS figuring out how to rip the lossless DTS from the Lord of the Rings Complete Recordings so I could play them from my PC in foobar.

:laugh: You remind me of a younger me before I learned of the proper way of doing things :laugh:

Just burn it to disc and listen to it on the DVD/BD machine, mister.

If you really want to archive this and jerk off to the "audiophile" version, go buy it.
Unless this was coverted to DTS-HD Master Audio and not just a regular DTS file (which is the core of DTS-HD Master Audio and lossy), you did waste your whole time not only downloading, trying to learn something new but also bitching for something that doesn't really apply to your audiophile needs.

windon krull
07-21-2012, 05:48 PM
If you're doing something for audiophiles, you need to use an accepted audiophile format.

Is Hans Zimmer an audiophile ? His music's like delicatessen. But not delicatessen from Corse. Thanx anyway MOTP :-)

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
07-21-2012, 06:11 PM
I don't see the point of DTS. It's not surround sound.

:rdj: You guys! Stop it! I'm starting to get a hard on from all this laughing :rofldata:

DTS doesn't have to be surround sound.
There are so many movies with different setups.
There's mono, stereo, 3.0, 3.1, 4.0, 4.1, 5.0, 5.1, 6.1, 7.1, 8.1, 9.1...

Honestly, I find anything over 5.1 utter useless.
For a movie to be 6.1 or 7.1 proper, it must be filmed/engineered in the extra channels.
You can't just add echos and call it "magic".
Typical hollywood nonsense.

Hollywood loves to upscale things, whether it's audio or 3D. :notgood:
:erm: I like 3D though....

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Good job "but" what about regular FLAC 24-96 files? would use same space and much easier to read on Foobar or portable player? Have you tried to use Foobar2000 to convert your 192K files into 96? fairly easy. If you do thanks in advance.
BTW isnt DTS compressed? arent we losing quality into the conversion process?

Downsampling is not as easy or simple as people think.
It really depends on the software you use.
+100 internets if you have the hardware for it.

Different programs use different Sample Rate Conversion (SRC) algorithms that could cause noise where there isn't or artifacts when there isn't.

DTS is compressed. FLAC is compressed too.
One can be lossy or lossless or both.
The other is just lossless.
Again, it depends on what software you use to create the DTS files.



:erm: I should have know from the start. :facepalm:

"DVD-Video". It's lossy DTS core audio.

DVD-Video cannot handle DTS-HD Master Audio or other DTS lossless formats.
The structure does not allow it.

There is a DVD structure out there that does offer compressed DTS audio formats to be lossless and burned to DVD.
"DVD-Audio". Not to be confused with a regular DVD.
The format is MLP. Meridian Lossless Packing.
Lossless DTS audio in a small size that can be burned to a DVD disc.
However, the playback is limited to players that can handle DVD-Audio discs.
Not all DVD players can. Not sure about Blu-Ray players. Check your manual.

IIRC, the Lord of the Rings extended trilogy soundtrack is available as DVD-Audio.

Since this format is extremely limited in demand, compatibility and understanding, it's not a very popular format.
The Social Network soundtrack released on Blu-Ray is a very reasonable way to deliver lossless audio and ensure maximum compatibility.

:rofldata: Scrambled eggs all over my face :laugh:

In conclusion: I suspect this to be the lossy format of the DTS structure.

Case solved.
*sigh of relief*
I luuurve a good mystery.
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That was fun. :bearclap: Another one!

placoboy
07-21-2012, 06:22 PM
My upload speed is awful, and the Files are huge! I will try 96/24 but it's very difficult for me to upload the original files!
Your DTS DVD is close to 1GB and I suspect a 24-96 downsampled FLAC version of your original files will be slightly less or about the same so you should be able to upload them, use Foobar for downsampling ;-) like this:

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tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
07-21-2012, 06:26 PM
On another technical note,

There has been complaints that this 96/24 mastering of the soundtrack really does not live up to its full potential.
The music itself does not exceed typcial CD/DVD frequency ranges.
It peaks around the 24kHz range and then stops.
Only a few signals exceed the standard rate and go beyond.
However, not so much that it would shake the house down.

If you convert the format to 48kHz/16-bit depth, you'll not be able to tell the difference in a blind ABX test.

Down converting audio files lies in the technique and discipline of the engineer and that of the software.

Since there isn't any discernible white noise in the background or acoustical noise, you don't need to dither the bit-depth when converting to 16bit.
You really only need to dither when there is noise.
Downsampling can be best achieved with programs like Sox, eac3to and a few others.

To find out what certain programs do when downsampling, check out this site.
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Select your software of choice and then pick either SoX, eac3to or Simple Sample Rate to compare results.
The cleanest one wins.

48/24 FLACs would suffice.
The extra 48kHz of nothing is just a waste. You gain nothing.

Because the word "audiophile" is attached doesn't necessarily make it so~
This is as much a gimmick as converting a 2D movie to 3D.

The 24bit-depth, mind you, isn't so bad. Great if you want to do any of your own edits.

El Cid
07-21-2012, 06:29 PM
FYI, DVD-V supports *uncompressed* 24/96. But please don't upload DVD-Vs. Upload FLACs and people can do whatever they want with them.

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
07-21-2012, 06:30 PM
use Foobar for downsampling ;-) like this

:nokick:

I posted too late :sad:

Foobar is shit for downsampling. See my novella posted above on SRC.

Sample Rate Conversions must be done with either: eac3to (uses Simple Sample Rate Conversion), Sox, Weiss SaRaCon (:erm: Saracon is hard to find and costs money).

SoX and eac3to are free and do perfect downsampling.

I'm not being biased.







































































Okay, I am. Because I like to do things the right way.

JDow13
07-21-2012, 06:30 PM
Only issue I have with zimmer's score is on the Itunes App bits there was a particular cue that honestly sounded like a true progression to the Batman theme....Really. It sounds great. But it wasn't used in the film at all....Probably it was a throwaway demo version cue, but man o man

What a waste of a good cue.

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
07-21-2012, 06:34 PM
FYI, DVD-V supports *uncompressed* 24/96.

:erm: LPCM... :ashine: I was on the topic of DVD-V's not supporting lossless DTS.
Of which this upload is DTS on a DVD-V.

gmp1809
07-21-2012, 07:45 PM
My upload speed is awful, and the Files are huge! I will try 96/24 but it's very difficult for me to upload the original files!

I understand your concern, I mean just take your time, if possible please upload the originals even if you upload small portion of the zip files every day. I am requesting this because you are the one with 192khz/24bit FLAC version and I am really looking forward to it. Thanks

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
07-21-2012, 07:58 PM
One track per day would make it exciting for people.

gmp1809
07-21-2012, 08:31 PM
Not just exciting; will make 'em jump in joy :)

goku3535
07-22-2012, 12:44 AM
Only issue I have with zimmer's score is on the Itunes App bits there was a particular cue that honestly sounded like a true progression to the Batman theme....Really. It sounds great. But it wasn't used in the film at all....Probably it was a throwaway demo version cue, but man o man

What a waste of a good cue.

Do you know the title of this track? I'm intrigued to hear what sounds like a fantastic, unused track.

Kadron
07-22-2012, 01:48 AM
are we talking about the endbit of 'Wayne Manor'?
Because that bit was awesome

placoboy
07-22-2012, 06:15 AM
I posted too late :sad:
Foobar is shit for downsampling. See my novella posted above on SRC.

Dully noted, didnt know that! ;-)
About to try this!
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MOTP
07-22-2012, 06:23 AM
I REUPLOADED MY DVD-VIDEO DISC BECAUSE MOST TRACKS WERE CUT BY DVD-LAB PRO, I Fixed it. NEW LINKS:

I ADDED THE EXCLUSIVE PDF BOOKLET TO THE PACKAGE!


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[/COLOR]I don't need explaning for resampling: I used foobar2000 with Sox Resampler to downsample 192khz to 96khz that seems to be the best, then I encoded with DTS HD MA Encoding Suite, a professional software

JDow13
07-22-2012, 09:10 AM
Yes its the Batman Two Note theme followed by a final third note that escalated with a beat. He should have used that at the end...Oh well.

Moviehobbyist
07-22-2012, 11:02 AM
What exactly did you fix? Because I just finished downloading the older files you posted and I don't want to download all again. Is it necessary?

MOTP
07-22-2012, 11:28 AM
What exactly did you fix? Because I just finished downloading the older files you posted and I don't want to download all again. Is it necessary?

Most of the tracks were cut shorter by a few seconds because of a bug of the DVD-Authoring Program, I fixed all of them, I would Re-Download but it's up to you to decide...

joypad
07-22-2012, 01:31 PM
All this fuss, All this effort, All this arguing over the most generic synth soundtrack I've ever heard. Zimmer mailed this. You can hum any generic Zimmer action style track and I bet it will match any track from this score.

DoDoRay9000
07-22-2012, 02:40 PM
Thank you.

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
07-22-2012, 05:00 PM
I don't need explaning for resampling: I used foobar2000 with Sox Resampler to downsample 192khz to 96khz that seems to be the best, then I encoded with DTS HD MA Encoding Suite, a professional software

But you could have saved this thread from turning into a fiasco had you posted those explicit details in the first place. :)

This is the Shrine, simply saying "i did it" doesn't mean much.

MOTP
07-22-2012, 05:58 PM
But you could have saved this thread from turning into a fiasco had you posted those explicit details in the first place. :)

This is the Shrine, simply saying "i did it" doesn't mean much.

I wrote the process of my encoding in the first post, if you don't like it, I can't do anything about it. When I wrote DTS Stereo 96/24 I meant it! there is nothing left to explain.

DoDoRay9000
07-22-2012, 06:25 PM
Downloading now. I didn't download because I was half expecting it to be slow, but it's actually just as fast as mediafire.

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
07-22-2012, 06:47 PM
I wrote the process of my encoding in the first post

You didn't include...

encoded with DTS HD MA Encoding Suite

Which is the ideal thing to say.
You went on about a lot of useless information.

samy013
07-22-2012, 07:54 PM
Thanks.

DerKlang
07-23-2012, 07:52 AM
Thanks!

DoDoRay9000
07-25-2012, 08:18 PM
All this fuss, All this effort, All this arguing over the most generic synth soundtrack I've ever heard. Zimmer mailed this. You can hum any generic Zimmer action style track and I bet it will match any track from this score.

It's still awesome to listen to, though.

mgm5215
07-25-2012, 08:22 PM
Thanks for the digital booklet!

kashmir_arg
07-25-2012, 10:36 PM
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Hans Zimmer "The Dark Knight Rises" (2012)

Tracklist:

01. A Storm Is Coming (0:36)
02. On Thin Ice (2:54)
03. Gotham's Reckoning (4:07)
04. Mind If I Cut In? (3:27)
05. Underground Army (3:11)
06. Born In Darkness (1:56)
07. The Fire Rises (5:33)
08. Nothing Out There (2:50)
09. Despair (3:14)
10. Fear Will Find You (3:08)
11. Why Do We Fall? (2:02)
12. Death By Exile (0:23)
13. Imagine The Fire (7:25)
14. Necessary Evil (3:16)
15. Rise (7:15)

Total Duration: 00:51:24

Digital Bonus Tracks :

Bombers Over Ibiza (Junkie XL Remix) (5:50)
The Shadows Betray You (5:20)
The End (6:11)

HZ-TDKR-Deluxe_Edition-24bit-2012
Deluxe Edition - 24bit - FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) 5500kbps
Size: 2.66 GB | 14 parts (*.rar 13x200MB _ 1x125MB - Include *.sfv and HD album art)

HZ-TDKR-OST-CD-FLAC-2012-FRAY
Hans_Zimmer-The_Dark_Knight_Rises-OST-CD-FLAC-2012-FRAY
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Size: 251 MB | 3 parts (*.rar 2x120MB _ 1x11.7MB - Include: *.nfo, proof.jpeg)

HZ-TDKR_OST-CD-2012-FRAY
Hans_Zimmer-The_Dark_Knight_Rises_OST-CD-2012-FRAY
NFO: Hans_Zimmer-The_Dark_Knight_Rises_OST-CD-2012-FRAY - Pastebin.com ([Only registered and activated users can see links])
Size: 84.4 MB

My Upload: 07/25/2012

Mediafire Folder

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NolanFan
12-12-2012, 09:56 AM
Thanks! :)

OscarRomelPR
12-12-2012, 08:28 PM
Hi,
files 3, 5, & 7 not works
:(

MOTP
12-13-2012, 08:02 AM
Hi,
files 3, 5, & 7 not works
:(

UPDATED LINKS: REUPLOAD DONE!

MrFantasy
12-13-2012, 12:15 PM
Music is to Movies what Women is to Men: WONDERFUL !

Thanks a lot !!!

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
12-13-2012, 12:38 PM
Music is to Movies what Women is to Men: WONDERFUL !

There's a whole community of LGBT that you just omitted...

:disgust:

Desplat13
03-22-2013, 01:36 PM
That mediafire link no longer appears to be working. Also, what sample rate is it? Thanks!

badwisdom
03-22-2013, 02:32 PM
Any chance of a re-up ? Thanks

mmax2
05-03-2013, 08:32 AM
Any chance of a re-up ? Thanks

thiban
10-30-2014, 08:10 AM
Hi, sorry. I missed it.
I'm very much interested to get these. Would you kindly give me the links?

Thanks in advance. :)