James Bond Filmography 2160p STAN WEB-DL AAC 5.1 H.265-playWEB

Dr. No (1962)

Director: Terence Young
Stars: Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Joseph Wiseman, Jack Lord

Runtime: 110 minutes (taken from iMDB)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Thriller

Rating: 7.3* (may differ)
Votes: 131399 (may differ)

Release Date: 1962-10-07 (taken from IMDb)
Viewer Rating (TV/MPAA): PG (taken from IMDb)

Summary: James Bond (007) is Britain’s top agent and is on an exciting mission, to solve the mysterious murder of a fellow agent. The task sends him to Jamaica, where he joins forces with Quarrel and a loyal CIA agent, Felix Leiter. While dodging tarantulas, “fire breathing dragons” and a trio of assassins, known as the three blind mice. Bond meets up with the beautiful Honey Ryder and goes face to face with the evil Dr. No.

Links: iMDB

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9 Responses

  1. yohan says:

    Dr. No (1962) is missing. Can you please post this. Also any difference between these web-dl and DEFLATE ones posted a while back?


    • dorukhan says:

      I found AMZN rip only..



      Filename…….: A.View.to.a.Kill.1985.2160p.STAN.WEB-DL.AAC.5.1.H.265-playWEB
      Container……: Matroska
      Duration…….: 2 h 11 min
      Size………..: 14.1 GiB

      Codec……….: HEVC Main @ L5 @ High 8 bits
      Resolution…..: 3840×2160
      Bit rate…….: 15.0 Mb/s
      Frame rate…..: 23.976 (23976/1000) FPS

      Format………: AAC LC
      Channels…….: 6 channels
      Bit rate…….: 445 kb/s
      Language…….: English

      Language…….: English


      Duration : 02:11:23.738000
      Video : H265 (10 bit, BT.709, 4:2:0)
      Resolution : 3840×1627 (2.360:1 / 3840:1627) @ 2,997/125 fps
      Audio : DTS-HD (5.1) [English]
      AC3 @ 224 kb/s (2.0) [English]
      Language : English
      Subtitles : [SRT]: English, English (SDH)
      [PGS]: English (SDH), Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian,
      Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Commentary with Host David Naylor, director
      John Glen, and various members of the cast and crew, Commentary with
      Roger Moore

    • That guy says:

      DEFLATE is better quality IMHO.
      Example: DEFLATE audio is DTS-HD MA v. playWEB being AAC

      • Amna says:

        Agreed only about the sound . BUT video quality wise these ones are MUCH better.
        To the author : Thank you very much ! These are very rare and this website is the only one to present them ! You are UNIQUE , thanks again !

        • That guy says:

          Have a screen compare?
          Maybe I’ll download these and try to make Hybrids (playWEB video with DEFLATE audio and subs).

        • That guy says:

          I downloaded and compared both versions of A View to a Kill and in Media Info they are identical in every aspect except DEFLATE is 10bit and playWEB is 8bit.
          Did a screen shot comparison and at full screen they are indistinguishable.
          Did a 100% crop zoom in and could see a slight difference in facial textures.
          I want to say slightly better on the playWEB version MAYBE…. MAYBE.

          ID : 1
          Format : HEVC
          Format/Info : High Efficiency Video Coding
          Format profile : Main [email protected]@Main
          Codec ID : V_MPEGH/ISO/HEVC
          Duration : 2 h 11 min
          Bit rate : 15.0 Mb/s
          Width : 3 840 pixels
          Height : 1 627 pixels
          Original height : 2 160 pixels
          Display aspect ratio : 16:9
          Frame rate mode : Constant
          Frame rate : 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS
          Original frame rate : 23.976 (23976/1000) FPS
          Color space : YUV
          Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
          Bit depth : 10 bits
          Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.100
          Stream size : 13.7 GiB (78%)
          Language : English
          Default : Yes
          Forced : No
          Color range : Limited
          Color primaries : BT.709
          Transfer characteristics : BT.709
          Matrix coefficients : BT.709

          ID : 1
          Format : HEVC
          Format/Info : High Efficiency Video Coding
          Format profile : [email protected]@High
          Codec ID : V_MPEGH/ISO/HEVC
          Duration : 2 h 11 min
          Bit rate : 15.0 Mb/s
          Width : 3 840 pixels
          Height : 2 160 pixels
          Display aspect ratio : 16:9
          Frame rate mode : Constant
          Frame rate : 23.976 (23976/1000) FPS
          Original frame rate : 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS
          Color space : YUV
          Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
          Bit depth : 8 bits
          Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.075
          Stream size : 13.7 GiB (97%)
          Default : Yes
          Forced : No

          • Amna says:

            Hi , I’m not sure what hardware and system/player you’re using , but on my setup I see a HUGE difference in favour of playWEB !
            These ones are 8bit , that’s right , and they SHOULD be 8bit because SDR doesn’t need 10bit, otherwise one may see washed out/wrong colour representation. 10bit is for HDR content only. Also ,DEFLATE used heavy noise reduction on some films : The.Man.With.the.Golden.Gun.1974, for example.
            If you have anything newer than Windows Vista , you may not see a big difference though , because MS drastically change something in DXVA video processing and I did a full comparison
            using Vista , 7 , 8 and 10 with the same players , on Win Vista these ones look like I wanna jump into the movie !

            The only film which is absolutely identical – On.Her.Majestys.Secret.Service.1969 with heavy DNR.
            I vote for the other ones presented here (video-wise)
            A question to you , did you notice some pixelation on
            Licence to Kill ?
            Again , many thanks to sir DORUKHAN !

        • That guy says:

          Did an exact screen capture comparison with BD source as well.
          Having all three I have concluded that the DEFLATE loses some grain (noise reduction) and the playWEB preserves it.
          The playWEB literally looks identical to the BD, just upscaled.
          No gains in detail with the 2160p resolution at all.
          I have an LG OLED.
          Screen captures are taken from sources with MPC-HC with madVR with zero post processing.
          So for A View to a Kill I would recommend the BDRemux over both 2160p WEB sources since there are no gains in detail.
          If you insist on having the one of the WEB versions then you have to ask yourself what you are more likely to notice, a marginal difference in picture quality sitting six plus feet back from your TV or the audio difference.
          There may be other movies where the difference is very noticable.
          In that case you could download both and create a hybrid REMUX with playWEB video and DEFLATE audio.
          I did that with A View to a Kill and it was synced perfectly.
          But I’m deleting them both and my hybrid because the BD is best on this IMHO.

          I’d love to see screen comparisons for movies where the DEFLATE has very noticeable noise reduction.
          That definitely wouldn’t surprise me.

          For those interested, here are my screen shot comparisons.
          DEFLATE vs playWEB: https://www.screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/8032
          playWEB vs. Bluray: https://www.screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/8033

          • Amna says:

            I don’t understand why you’re so ungrateful !
            Guys are working for you for free and doing a FANTASTIC job ! I’m not even sure you ever made a donation .
            I told you already , you should be comparing on Windows Vista , yes , that’s not a joke. Later Windows changed the video processing completely (looks washed out) !
            Perhaps this is why you don’t see a big difference. Comparing this marvelous NEW encode with pitiful bluray (which has NO grain at all) is out of question completely , these are
            absolutely NEW transfers (you can see by the stream length , also they have NEW logo). You didn’t notice that too ??!?!?!
            In that case things to consider :
            1 – Switch to Windows Vista , like real movie fans do.
            2 – Go and buy something more expensive than LG , which considered to be for people on tight budget.
            Philips is OK , even though it’s not like the golden times.
            3 – Purchase another video card.
            4 – Use a better video player (maybe commercial).
            5 – Go and see an optometrist.
            About DTS , I agree , I told you before.

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