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[color=red]Posts:[/color] "What a crap format" "Get into the 21st Century" "AVI is so much simplier" "Quality sucks!!"
[color=red]Answer:[/color] Simple I'm not asking you to download any of my torrents, why waste your time posting just to
to tell us that you personally don't like KVCDs. Do you really think I give a f*** what you like!! I
upload KVCDs for people that want that format end of.
[color=red]Posts:[/color] "No sound in VLC" "No picture in VLC" "how can I watch .bin file on PC" "Quality is crap on my PC"
[color=red]Answer:[/color] KVCDs are encoded to be burned to a CD-R disc and then watched on your Stand-Alone DVD player, if
you have burned one of my torrents to a CD-R disc and are not happy with the quality then by all means complain.
To all you people that download my torrents then watch them on your PC, please don't bother to complain about
quality or that it doesn't work in VLC or Media Player or you get no sound, I'm not interested download the proper
format to watch on your PC ie: AVI
PLEASE!! If you still can't understand what KVCDs are intended for and go ahead and watch on your PC don't complain about QUALITY!!
[color=red]Please Note:[/color]How to watch a KVCD:
If you wish to view on your PC (NOT RECOMMENDED) then use a media player
called VLC OR Windows Media Player Classic which supports Cue and Bin format movies,
the quality varies conciderbly watching on a PC, also known to get no sound or
pictures when trying to watch on VLC or Media player Classic with a Kvcd.
You can however download the VLC media player from www.videolan.org but it's (NOT RECOMMENED)
to view KVCD's on your PC as they're specifically encoded to be burned to a CD-R
disc and viewed on your standalone DVD Player and TV.
If you wanted to watch on your PC then you've downloaded the wrong release,
you want a DIVX or XVID version. If you are still planning on watching your
KVCD on your PC then please don't moan about quality as you have been warned.
If you don't have Nero then download either of the below both are free, you will then be
able to burn your .cue .bin file to a CD-R.
Holloway in North London is the largest women’s prison in Europe and, according to figures on the HM Prison Service website,
holds up to 500 female inmates at a time. It was opened in 1852 as a mixed prison but became single sex in about 1902 due
to increasing demand for females spaces. Those incarcerated range from petty thieves to high profile murderers, many of whom
are seasoned re-offenders.
A new three part series, simply entitled Holloway, is to be shown on ITV1 in the coming weeks and will follow the lives of
not only the prisoners but officers and medical staff in order you give the viewer an insight into the day-to-day goings on
inside the famous prison.
The Different People of Holloway
The documentary will delve into the female criminality of today and examine the way in which the management at Holloway serves
the lives of the inmates – from the fear of first time offenders to its use as a free drug rehab facility. As it also acts as
a holding prison for those on their way to court or are placed there until they move on to other jails the average stay of a
Holloway inmate is just 45 days.
Like all documentaries it’s about the people, their personalities and the situation they are in or eventually find themselves
in. Some women are violent or self harm and need to be segregated whilst others need all the support they can get to manage
their stint. Either way it's about charting personal journeys and their outcomes.
Sue Saunders, Governor of Holloway, says: “Our actual duty is not only to make sure these damaged women are held safely in
our custody but it is also to make sure that they are treated humanely and encouraged to reduce their re-offending and successfully
reintegrate back into society.”
Some Women enter Holloway to get Clean of Drugs
The series also reinforces the shocking treatment of drug addicts in modern society, given that many repeat offenders want to
be incarcerated in Holloway because for them it’s the only way of getting off drugs. It is revealed that most new arrivals go
straight to “Ivor Ward” - the prison’s specialist rehab unit - which has success in helping some women stay clean and the
programme states that up to 80 per cent of the inmates have drug related problems.
During the first episode one inmate, called May, reveals that she committed a crime on purpose after applying many times for
detox treatment for heroin and being told she was not a priority. She is serving a six week sentence and desperately wants to
be drug-free before her release so that she can take care of her five-year-old daughter.
She says during the show: “I want to be clean when I get out of here. I don’t even want to be on a tablet, a Nurofen, anything.
If you get released when you are still on Methadone you will use. I just want to be totally clean.”