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So I got a USB earlier today...


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And it was supposed to be blank. But no, instead it's got 2 folders on it;

THE-PIRATES_TLRB-2D_F_EN-XX_UK-U_51_2K_SPE_20120131_DUK_OV

THE-PIRATES_TLRB-3D_F_EN-XX_UK-U_51_48_SPE_20120131_DUK_i3D_OV

So, inside the '2D' folder is a 2GB file and inside the '3D' folder is a 3.2GB file, both MXF files... VLC says they're both about 2 minutes and 20 seconds long, is that honestly correct, 2GB for a mere 2 and a half minutes of video/audio!?

Also, what the hell are these files and what can I do with them, hah?

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just guessing they are prolly the 3D information of a 3D bluray, and cant really do anything with them.

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*shrugs*

2D folder:

ASSETMAP

CPL_7fc8be2d-40ba-482f-99a2-8a2d9ad7b303.xml

jp2k_24f_black_flat_24fps_1421dc49-abf1-4246-bcf5-18015d19bf87_video.mxf

jp2k_pirates_u_cert_tlr_b_rev_24fps_5e6bf7ab-5bf6-4871-8a29-596b936eeba9_video.mxf

PKL_db20cf7a-7736-4b03-910d-a3330ac09181.xml

VOLINDEX

wav_20_secs_silence_51_24fps_5736d224-b4b0-4dc2-afbd-f297e127574b_audio.mxf

wav_pirates_trlb_uk_51_24fps_d129a501-c83d-4d64-b236-98fa04fece29_audio.mxf

3D folder:

ASSETMAP

CPL_758e3c8a-78a2-45e6-a695-4cf7c03630e6.xml

jp2k_24f_black_flat_3D_24fps_1333b9fd-96bc-46ec-9c7f-dd3835d9ed25_video.mxf

jp2k_pirates_u_cert_tlr_b_rev_3D_24fps_16948422-22cd-4a41-bd32-66f627221853_video.mxf

PKL_876f0262-4a7e-472d-a5fc-e53d3b14a488.xml

VOLINDEX

wav_20_secs_silence_51_24fps_5736d224-b4b0-4dc2-afbd-f297e127574b_audio.mxf

wav_pirates_trlb_uk_51_24fps_d129a501-c83d-4d64-b236-98fa04fece29_audio.mxf

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Someone forgot to clean up ;)

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hmm.. Pirates is a porno, a pretty good one at that, be funny if that's what it was.

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Tried running a data recovery on it?

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Most likely a fake running in loopback mode.

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