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Devil’s Due – Cut 6 09.01.15

Devil's Due TapeIt’s been a while since the last release but finally, here is the last of my Star Trek TNG tapes. It is pre-final cut of Devil’s Due, an episode of season 4. It’s 44 minutes long and it contains some extra material compared to the public version of the episode. It’s fun to watch if you enjoy seeing how this kind of TV episodes are made by the studios. It doesn’t have music, sound effects, some scenes are not finished yet, etc…

Click here to see the full video. For more information about the additional scenes, visit the site of my friends at Trek Core.

NB-Retention 1.30 02.01.14

Happy New Year!

Let’s start 2014 with a software update: NB-Retention 1.30 for NovaBackup has been released and along with it, support for NovaBackup 14 and 15. This software can be used to apply various retention policies on your backup sets. That’s it for now :-).

New Year 2014

Media Center Themer 1.50 16.11.13

A new version of Media Center Themer has been released to add compatibility with Windows 8.1.

You can download it on the usual page: Media Center Themer 1.50.

Sweet Doughnuts 07.10.13

ServersPatchou.com has a new home! This blog along with all the other sites and services that I host on this server are now on a new server. More memory, more disk space, more speed, latest version of everything and Windows Server 2012. Between that and my new exceptional BlackBerry Q10, you could say that my life is pretty much complete (that + my wife & my 2 girls of course). If you’re searching for a hosting company, I recommend Soft Layer: great price and great service.

Evolution – Director’s Cut 29.05.13

Almost a month since the last release, here is yet another Star Trek TNG tape. It is a Director’s Cut of Evolution, the first episode of season 3. It’s 52 minutes long and contains lots of extra material compared to the public version of the episode (good and bad scenes alike). It’s really a must see for any trekkie out there and for others who would like to learn more about how TV episodes are processed and assembled.

Click here to see the full video. For more information about the additional scenes, visit the first review that my friends at Trek Core have released. A second one will soon be posted to review the other scenes that were not covered in the first article.

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