Avengers Endgame 2019 1080p & 2160p BluRaY & AMZN & WEB-DL-MIXED

Avengers: Endgame (2019)

Director: Array
Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth

Runtime: 181 minutes (taken from iMDB)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

Rating: 8.7* (may differ)
Votes: 477608 (may differ)

Release Date: 2019-04-26 (taken from IMDb)
Viewer Rating (TV/MPAA): PG-13 (taken from IMDb)

Summary: After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), the universe is in ruins. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers assemble once more in order to reverse Thanos’ actions and restore balance to the universe.

Links: iMDB

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19 Responses

  1. private says:

    Any change for: Avengers Endgame 2019 2160p UHD BluRay x265-TERMiNAL

    Thanks!

  2. tyler says:

    For whatever reason, placing the 2160p HDR file on my external drive, it doesn’t show HDR content. Is there a place I can find the HDR version?

  3. Tomchr says:

    AMAZON vs SPARKS, Which one is the best in terms of quality (i.e. sharpness, film grain, low-contrast details)?

    • nooneinparticular says:

      Statistics-wise, AMAZON uses 10 MBPS CBR (constant rate) with Atmos where SPARKS uses ~9 MBPS VBR (variable rate) with standard DTS. The SPARKS release will have an increase in bitrate in scenes with high action, so the quality may be better as it can adjust to bandwidth needs of the specific scenes.

    • Tony Stark says:

      Sparks is better because of the blu ray source but Amazon has higher bitrate. I say download the Sparks one. always go with the Blu-ray source

      • Paulie says:

        Tony Stark
        All digital platform releases are derived from the same HD master as the blu-ray, so bitrate and encoding settings aside, that aspect is a wash. Depending on the relative quality of the two encodes, an encode from Amazon or another platform could conceivably be *better* than an encode from blu-ray, since the web-dl is encoded straight from the highest quality source. In practice that’s pretty inconsequential though. Sparks will virtually always get the audio nod at least for including the lossy DTS core whenever available vs Amazon’s lower bitrate DD/DD+

    • ggez says:

      i have downloaded and compared both, i think amzn web dl have brighter color spark have a bit washout color. amzn also look a bit sharp but spark was smooth. i think i prefer amzn version more. It depend on screen monitor tho.

  4. anon89 says:

    Thank You dorukhan for the new edition of the AMZN release, solves a few issues from the other releases and is the one to get if anyone was wondering, also TY for the extras too. Look forward to the remux and or 4k BluRay in a week or so but till then I shall enjoy this one, thank you.

  5. tend says:

    It’s funny how objective comments are deleted.

    Be aware that the release is just an upscale and NOT 4k at all. It also has forced black bars in it, like of these amateurishly upscaled versions.

    • anon89 says:

      You do know that the “editors” add releases that they probably grab off torrents etc… so we don’t have to IE: they add what gets released by the release groups and are not responsible for the actual technicalities of files themselves. The files are what they are and any NFO that accompanies those files are taken from the original releases off the torrents. PLEASE be respectful of the editors whom add what gets released from release groups, if you can do better from sauce then go do it, files are what they are, if there is an issues editors like dorukhan look to resolve best they can and comes across as a genuine guy who goes out of his way to remedy any issues where possible. Possibly comments where removed due to this being a “new” post not an edited one from the other so I seen no objective comment removals due to that reason. (Just sayin’ it as it is)

      • Mark says:

        Disagree, anon89. A commenter (don’t remember the name) provided helpful info about the file (HDR vs SDR). That comment received no response and was removed. That was the wrong way to handle that. No getting around that.

        • marblerye says:

          For clarification, the 2160p DEFLFATE copy has the filename of HDR but when extracted it’s the SDR video inside the rar file. The specs of the video is exactly as dorukhan posted in his comment at BT.709 which is SDR.

          The correct HDR specs from DEFLATE release should read below:

          DEFLATE HDR
          File size : 31.9 GiB
          Duration : 3 h 1:09 min
          Bit rate : 23.9 Mb/s
          Width : 3 840 pixels
          Height : 1 608 pixels
          Frame rate : 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS
          Stream size : 30.4 GiB (95%)
          Color range : Limited
          Color primaries : BT.2020
          Matrix coefficients : BT.2020 non-constant
          Mastering display color primar : BT.2020

          • Paulie says:

            No doubt, there continues to be mass confusion about the inclusion of HDR in 4k content from all platforms/sources, and this confusion offen extends seeningly to the encoder groups themselves, hence the HDR labeling here.

            The short list:
            NOT all 4k content includes HDR metadata. Ditto for H265/HEVC. Some people seem to be under the impression anything encoded via HEVC includes HDR. No.

            The expanded BT2020 color space used in UHD and some other 4k content does NOT inherently include HDR either. Some people seem to be under the impression BT2020 expanded gamut is synonynous with HDR. They are not the same and are not mutually inclusive. You can have BT2020 SDR content without HDR enhancement. Confused yet?

            In fairness the industry has only itself to blame for doing an absolutely TERRIBLE job of enlightening the general public of these basic elements, and if anything has been guilty of being deliberately deceptive (what else is new).

            /essay

            • marblerye says:

              Uhhh.. I don’t know why it needs to be so complicated. Ok let me try again to clear any confusion..

              The file name on the rar file above says HDR version.
              The file INSIDE the rar file above is the SDR version.
              How do I know for sure?

              I downloaded the 2160p file offered here.
              I downloaded the 2160p SDR file from a different place on the internet.
              I compared the all 2 files and they are identical. BT.709 is the SDR release.
              I downloaded the 2160p HDR file from a different place on the internet.
              The HDR release is BT.2020.

              All that happened was someone misplaced the files and all I wanted to do was inform people before they download to save them some bandwidth and time.

  6. dorukhan says:

    DEFLATE

    Duration : 03:01:51.200000
    Video : H265 (10 bit, BT.709, 4:2:0)
    Resolution : 3840×1608 (2.388:1 / 160:67) @ 24,000/1,001 fps
    Audio : AC3++Atmos @ 640 kb/s (5.1)
    Language : English
    Subtitles : English (Forced), English, English (SDH), Spanish

  7. dorukhan says:

    SOURCE: iTunes

    ViDEO: 4990 Kbps – Untouched iTunes file

    RESOLUTiON: 1920×800

    RUNTiME: 3h 1m 43s

    SUBTiTLES: No.

    AUDiO: 384 Kbps AC3 5.1

    LANGUAGE: ENGLiSH

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