Cool It - The Documentary - Bjorn Lomborg VOB-Ripped from funkengroovin DVDRip http://www.demonoid.me/files/details/2619048/ original DVD Rip. This VOB Rip includes main track as well as the 15 min. extras one. Careful compression has been applied to get the smallest file size without compromising image quality. Enjoy and if you like it consider contributing to help the author in is effort. The two m4v files have been zipped to keep file size even smaller.
Description: The documentary Cool It presents itself as the "alternative" view to Al Gore's award-winning An Inconvenient Truth on the issue of global warming. But the reality is that Cool It, which focuses on the boyish and controversial Danish scientist BjÃ¸rn Lomborg, presents solutions and theories on global warming that actually complement Gore's position, but without the "scare tactics" that Lomborg believes are breeding worldwide hysteria on the subject. Lomborg, author of The Skeptical Environmentalist, is apparently not skeptical at all when it comes to believing whether human impact and carbon emissions are causing the earth to warm. But Lomborg's proposals steer away from Gore's proposed caps on carbon emissions as being "completely un-cost-effective," and suggest several other tactics world and energy leaders might take. Lomborg is a fan of making alternative energy sources like solar, wind, and even wave power more affordable, and exploring more radical ideas like a revamped approach to nuclear energy. Cool It is slow to get traction, as it first lays the background of how controversial Lomborg's book is and how disliked Lomborg is among certain policymakers and academicians. It's only in the second half of Cool It that Lomborg finally delivers his own proposals about global warming, in lectures to students and in a series of interviews. And once he begins to unveil his suggestions, most of which he makes a fairly strong case for, the viewer becomes eager to hear a third party ask both Lomborg and Gore together what each thinks of the other's ideas, and how they might work on the same team. Whether the viewer ultimately agrees with Lomborg or not, Cool It is a must-see for anyone interested in the science--and politics--of global warming. --A.T. Hurley
That's odd... it worked fine for me shade42, but that's great that you made an alternate verion so those who experience the same problems can download that instead. Aside from that this was a Rip from a NTSC DVD so no it wasn't 24fps... wasn't a BD source. When film is placed on DVD the reverse telecine is already been applied when the master for the DVD is produced, so the jerky motion could be due to something other than the frame rate. I tested that video on different machines and devices before uploading and I had found no such issue... but like I said it's great to know that at least someone took the time to make an alternate version available. ;)
Hi radiohacktivity. Telecine is the process of converting a film to video. In this case 24fps was converted to 30fps, so for best results it's necessary to put it through a process to convert it back - "reverse telecine". To be specific in this case reverse 2:3 pulldown. Without it, it plays successfully, but with jerky motion. How noticeable this is depends on the scene, the playback equipment and the viewer. See the end credits for the most obvious example, but it's there throughout.
It's been so long I don't even have the smaller file I made from my DVD, but I trust what you said and thanks again for making an alternative version with better quality. If I had noticed the issue in a test playback I would have not posted the file.
By the way this was posted only for those who own a copy and ended up with a defective media that won't play back anymore. If you don't own cool it you should not get this one... if you do, support the author by buying the DVD, this is no hollicrap megabucks studio production. Besides DVD is sure to come witn no jerky motion of any kind ;D
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