Release Title: Bananaman - Series 3 (A UKB-KvCD By BINGOWINGZ)
Release Date 1986
Genre: Comedy | Classic Cartoons
RunTime: 1 Hour 15 Minutes
The boy who lived at 29 Acacia Road... lived an incredible double life. As a nerdy schoolboy, and whenever he ate a Banana, he turned into Bananaman! Eric had a crush on Fiona, the newsreader, and as Bananaman had to fight against the evil plots of General Blight, Dr Gloom, and some aliens called Nerks. His allies were a crow, and Appleman.
If Bananaman needs extra power, bananas can be eaten for strength boosts, provided by his faithful pet crow; if he does not have enough strength to shatter an ice block, for example, after eating a banana, he will have enough. If he eats lots of bananas in one sitting, he quickly becomes obese in his transformation; if he eats bananas that are not full, he transforms with extra weight in the lower part of his body.
Video: MPEG1/PAL/352x288 / 25fps
Size Of BiN File: 794Mb
If you wish to View on your PC then use a media player called VLC IPB Image
which supports Cue and Bin format movies, but be warned, this and
Windows Media Player have been known to show incorrect movie runtimes
i.e. 37 minutes when the movie is actually 2 hours long.
You can download the VLC media player from www.videolan.org but it's NOT
recommended to view KVCD's on your PC as they're specifically encoded
to view on your standalone DVD Player and TV. If you are planning on
watching on your PC then please don't moan about quality as you have
been warned. If you wanted to watch on you PC then you've downloaded
the wrong release, You want a DIVX or XVID version so I'll say it
one more time, don't moan about quality as you have been warned.
To burn to disc using Nero just right click on the cue file which
will be the smallest of the 2 then choose Open With and browse to
your Nero.exe (possibly just called Nero) file. (Located in Program
Files / Ahead / Nero folder) Ensure the *Always use the selected
program to open this type of file* box is ticked, this way next time
all you have to do is double click the cue file and the burning
interface will open, now choose which speed you would like to burn
your disc at. It's recommended to burn at no more than 8x, Or 10x if you
burn at a faster speed this may impair the quality and make the
video pixelated. [Info By FFCcottage]