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Feels like a really good price here for the entire series - 225 episodes in the series, works out a shade over 6p an episode Amazon at £16.57 for prime members is the closest price I could find.

IMDB Rating of 8.1 imdb.com/tit…76/

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Get in on the twisted fun and watch all 14 seasons of Family Guy. Join dimwitted (but big–hearted) Peter, his adoring wife Lois, silly siblings Chris and Meg, genius baby brother Stewie (the maniacal 1-year-old bent on world domination), and of course, Brian the dog-perhaps the only sane member of the family, even though he licks himself.

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I really wish Google play had the boxset for this price. Cost this much for one season!
Roadhouse, brown house .
Thanks @matwalaboy

ZanyAngel22/02/2020 19:57


It was in Quaho-tswana where my great, great grandfather Griffin Peterson.....
Epic . Heat anyway for the price
ZanyAngel22/02/2020 19:57

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You are most welcome zany - hope all is well with you?
For roughly £1 a season, that is insane value for money.

Can't wait until my son grows up so I can watch him watch them all for the first time haha
Decent deal considering since season 14 it’s certainly not been its best
MJtayloronline22/02/2020 18:52

I really wish Google play had the boxset for this price. Cost this much …I really wish Google play had the boxset for this price. Cost this much for one season!


Just buy them and rip them then watch on your media player of choice. Nothing worse than swapping discs in this age of streaming media
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Nice! Think I got the last one
The seller is on vacation now 😳
jouster23/02/2020 11:55

Just buy them and rip them then watch on your media player of choice. …Just buy them and rip them then watch on your media player of choice. Nothing worse than swapping discs in this age of streaming media


Yes changing disc, who has got time for such complicated tasks.
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Think I've seen most episodes on BBC Three/ITV2, although ITV2 seem to be repeating a lot of episodes (in the same week) recently
deleted155984523/02/2020 20:04

Think I've seen most episodes on BBC Three/ITV2, although ITV2 seem to be …Think I've seen most episodes on BBC Three/ITV2, although ITV2 seem to be repeating a lot of episodes (in the same week) recently


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jouster23/02/2020 11:55

Just buy them and rip them then watch on your media player of choice. …Just buy them and rip them then watch on your media player of choice. Nothing worse than swapping discs in this age of streaming media


I used to do this and have still thought about doing it again but just seems a big waste of money and best just watch from the good old trusted disc or pay premium cost from Google or apple.

To have a half decent system to rip and stream would cost atleast £350 with a blu ray drive then you would need add hard drives and another back up Hard drive.

Your be up to £500 before you get started. Then all the time and hassle backing up media you mite only ever watch once anyway.
Alf.Garnett23/02/2020 20:49

I used to do this and have still thought about doing it again but just …I used to do this and have still thought about doing it again but just seems a big waste of money and best just watch from the good old trusted disc or pay premium cost from Google or apple.To have a half decent system to rip and stream would cost atleast £350 with a blu ray drive then you would need add hard drives and another back up Hard drive.Your be up to £500 before you get started. Then all the time and hassle backing up media you mite only ever watch once anyway.


Yeah I’ll admit buying extra to watch is a bit much. That said all you need is it stored in a computer and then any tv streamer box can watch them. Most people have that setup already so could be zero extra cost.

If you’ve got the discs you don’t really need a backup.
Edited by: "jouster" 23rd Feb
peak198523/02/2020 18:10

Yes changing disc, who has got time for such complicated tasks.


I don’t even have a DV player anymore and if I did it would be a pain changing discs yes. 5000+ films accessible by Apple TV without getting of a seat is far better no matter how you dress it up
jouster23/02/2020 20:53

I don’t even have a DV player anymore and if I did it would be a pain c …I don’t even have a DV player anymore and if I did it would be a pain changing discs yes. 5000+ films accessible by Apple TV without getting of a seat is far better no matter how you dress it up


I loving watching physical media but have to agree with you and streaming quality is only going to improve in the future.

I have a really nice collection of about 300 films on physical media no fillers but seriously thinking moving over to apple / Google.

The one big reason for me is ther will be many films I love that will never get a 4k release on physical media many of the arrow video films are on 4k on streaming now it's just to expensive for arrow to do 4k Disc and even if they did it woul lf cost the Collector very high cost.

Apple prices are reasonable for films but TV shows can be very pricing
Alf.Garnett23/02/2020 21:10

I loving watching physical media but have to agree with you and streaming …I loving watching physical media but have to agree with you and streaming quality is only going to improve in the future.I have a really nice collection of about 300 films on physical media no fillers but seriously thinking moving over to apple / Google.The one big reason for me is ther will be many films I love that will never get a 4k release on physical media many of the arrow video films are on 4k on streaming now it's just to expensive for arrow to do 4k Disc and even if they did it woul lf cost the Collector very high cost.Apple prices are reasonable for films but TV shows can be very pricing


I don’t compress anything which certainly helps with the quality. All DVDs in the past and Blurays and 4K now are ripped full quality.

Obviously that’s not going to doable by most but with a home built 100TB server space has never been an issue.

I can stream my whole collection to any TV, computer, tablet or phone around the home and stop and carry on on different devices/rooms.

Far more convenient than discs for me. It’s like just using the multitude of streaming services except I’ve got a better selection that never get a pulled and can be watch in and out of the home for free but me and anyone in my family. Also very easily to sync to any of my mobile devices too. ((100mb upload speed certainly helps)
jouster23/02/2020 21:14

I don’t compress anything which certainly helps with the quality. All D …I don’t compress anything which certainly helps with the quality. All DVDs in the past and Blurays and 4K now are ripped full quality. Obviously that’s not going to doable by most but with a home built 100TB server space has never been an issue. I can stream my whole collection to any TV, computer, tablet or phone around the home and stop and carry on on different devices/rooms. Far more convenient than discs for me. It’s like just using the multitude of streaming services except I’ve got a better selection that never get a pulled and can be watch in and out of the home for free but me and anyone in my family. Also very easily to sync to any of my mobile devices too. ((100mb upload speed certainly helps)


Yes having that 100mb upload would probably make it worth while I think be good 5 years untill my street gets 100mb upload.,😡. Stuck on 20 at the mo which is not to bad



100tb must cost quite a bit? Your server must be amazing .
Alf.Garnett23/02/2020 21:24

Yes having that 100mb upload would probably make it worth while I think be …Yes having that 100mb upload would probably make it worth while I think be good 5 years untill my street gets 100mb upload.,😡. Stuck on 20 at the mo which is not to bad100tb must cost quite a bit? Your server must be amazing .


20MB is probably ok for most stuff with a lo wish bitrate, it’s more about the speed at the other end and what it’s playing on really.

Server was built over ten years ago now. Probably cost around 5K all in but has Ben worth every penny for ME. For most people it’s a hugely ridiculous thing to have but that’s my thing. Don’t smoke or drink and it’s amazing how much spare cash that leaves over time.

Here’s the server (at the bottom of the rack).

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Alf.Garnett23/02/2020 21:24

Yes having that 100mb upload would probably make it worth while I think be …Yes having that 100mb upload would probably make it worth while I think be good 5 years untill my street gets 100mb upload.,😡. Stuck on 20 at the mo which is not to bad100tb must cost quite a bit? Your server must be amazing .


100mb upload is far from the norm.

A friend with 300mb down only has 30mb up. 10/1 down/up ratio is the norm for for most ISPs. I’m on WiFi ethernet with 100 up/down.
peak198523/02/2020 18:10

Yes changing disc, who has got time for such complicated tasks.


I suppose you still print photos out too. Cos why would you just look at them on your phone.
jouster23/02/2020 21:28

20MB is probably ok for most stuff with a lo wish bitrate, it’s more about …20MB is probably ok for most stuff with a lo wish bitrate, it’s more about the speed at the other end and what it’s playing on really. Server was built over ten years ago now. Probably cost around 5K all in but has Ben worth every penny for ME. For most people it’s a hugely ridiculous thing to have but that’s my thing. Don’t smoke or drink and it’s amazing how much spare cash that leaves over time. Here’s the server (at the bottom of the rack). [Image]


Looks amazing I used to be in to streaming to family years ago Plex used be nice little hobby but gave it up, but having thoughts of starting out again.

I used a raspberry pi as server once worked really well for direct play.

Ideally for now for my tight budget I need a pc that I would use to play my media on my TV as I want connect the pc to my Logitech z960 speakers to get best possible sound from them instead of using optical from my 4k player. Which only gives me DTS core at best.

Also I want the pc to be able to stream to couple of family members online while I'm using it.

Which cpu do you recommend ? For my needs

Yes having that 100mb upload would probably make it worth while I think be good 5 years untill my street gets 100mb upload.,😡. Stuck on 20 at the mo which is not to bad



100tb must cost quite a bit? Your server must be amazing .
Alf.Garnett23/02/2020 21:39

Looks amazing I used to be in to streaming to family years ago Plex used …Looks amazing I used to be in to streaming to family years ago Plex used be nice little hobby but gave it up, but having thoughts of starting out again.I used a raspberry pi as server once worked really well for direct play. Ideally for now for my tight budget I need a pc that I would use to play my media on my TV as I want connect the pc to my Logitech z960 speakers to get best possible sound from them instead of using optical from my 4k player. Which only gives me DTS core at best. Also I want the pc to be able to stream to couple of family members online while I'm using it. Which cpu do you recommend ? For my needs Yes having that 100mb upload would probably make it worth while I think be good 5 years untill my street gets 100mb upload.,😡. Stuck on 20 at the mo which is not to bad100tb must cost quite a bit? Your server must be amazing .


To be honest my main server is viewed using KODI and I just have a 10 year old HTPC with an i5 and 8GB of memory and it plays just fine.

Plex is handled by a Synology NAS and then it’s really a case of using decent players. I’ve used cheaper Chinese android boxes in the past but now use all Apple TV 4Ks and they are bullet proof. Can stream 4K within the home nicely
jouster23/02/2020 21:41

To be honest my main server is viewed using KODI and I just have a 10 year …To be honest my main server is viewed using KODI and I just have a 10 year old HTPC with an i5 and 8GB of memory and it plays just fine. Plex is handled by a Synology NAS and then it’s really a case of using decent players. I’ve used cheaper Chinese android boxes in the past but now use all Apple TV 4Ks and they are bullet proof. Can stream 4K within the home nicely


What happens with 4k HDR content on your server when streamed online transcoding deal with the HDR to SDR conversion? Any problems
Alf.Garnett23/02/2020 21:45

What happens with 4k HDR content on your server when streamed online …What happens with 4k HDR content on your server when streamed online transcoding deal with the HDR to SDR conversion? Any problems


I have it do I don’t transcode.

Unlikely to be streaming 4K outside the home anytime soon so not an issue yet.

As I’ve slowly been replacing 1080p with 4K, anything I’ve wanted to be able to access externally, I keep the older smaller versions too.

I could always upgrade Synology NAS down the road which would allow on the fly transcoding of 4K but can’t see me ever really needing that

Never say never though
jouster23/02/2020 21:48

I have it do I don’t transcode. Unlikely to be streaming 4K outside the h …I have it do I don’t transcode. Unlikely to be streaming 4K outside the home anytime soon so not an issue yet. As I’ve slowly been replacing 1080p with 4K, anything I’ve wanted to be able to access externally, I keep the older smaller versions too. I could always upgrade Synology NAS down the road which would allow on the fly transcoding of 4K but can’t see me ever really needing that Never say never though


So you make a extra encode of your backups using handbrake? to stream externally direct play I guess.
Alf.Garnett23/02/2020 21:54

So you make a extra encode of your backups using handbrake? to stream …So you make a extra encode of your backups using handbrake? to stream externally direct play I guess.


No.

For any 4K Rips (not that many yet) I keep a second version on Plex/Synology.

Everything is ripped using MakeMKV which doesn’t compress at all. I actually have this setup duplicated at a second property which is my full off site backup.
jouster23/02/2020 21:56

No. For any 4K Rips (not that many yet) I keep a second version on …No. For any 4K Rips (not that many yet) I keep a second version on Plex/Synology. Everything is ripped using MakeMKV which doesn’t compress at all. I actually have this setup duplicated at a second property which is my full off site backup.


U have the 1080p blu ray version of the 4k rips on the Plex server

Thats the way I think I want go
Alf.Garnett23/02/2020 22:03

U have the 1080p blu ray version of the 4k rips on the Plex server Thats …U have the 1080p blu ray version of the 4k rips on the Plex server Thats the way I think I want go


No. I have 4K rips on Server for Plex and Kodi. I have 1080 and 4K rips on NAS for home and out of home playback. But I revolve the NAS library from time to time
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