Good news and bad news. The good news is that I have uploaded the trailers for The Force Awakens to mega.nz and provided the download links on The Force Awakens trailers page. There are now two download options for the Lossless and 3D iso files. This should solve the issue some have had with downloads disconnecting. That is the good news. The bad news is that the other trailer file I received sounded exactly as the first, except the dialogue was in French. If there is an interest in the French version please let me know and I can upload it. The other bit of bad news is that I completely ran out of time to do the Side by Side 3D conversions of the first two trailers. I will have to leave that to tomorrow. My wife is going away for the weekend, and demands that I spend some time with her. She has been very patient this evening.
I just received a new file for The Force Awakens Trailer 3. This one has 12 channels of which 2 are online stereo mixes, and 2 are broadcast stereo mixes. I will see if the dynamic range is different on this file for the 5.1 channels. It may since the first had all tracks as (Broadcast). This also appears to have originated from a different facility. I probably will not be able to do anything further with this for several hours.
To help with those who are having difficulty downloading the Star Wars trailers, I will be generating some additional download links to mega.nz for those files. I think there has just been too many people trying to access them at the same time. I am also going to do Side by Side conversions of the 3D .iso files since some have been asking for that. To recap, we have a new source for The Force Awakens Trailer 3, I am going to provide alternate links to hopefully get better download performance, and upload additional 3D trailers in Side By Side format. Look for that over the next 12 hours or so!
Star Wars week continues here at The Digital Theater. I just added a DTS-HD Master Audio encode of Trailer 3 to The Force Awakens trailers page. A special thanks to Rodrigo Faria, who was kind enough to do the DTS-HD MA encode.