How the heck do I determine the language?

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Hi everyone...

I’m somewhat new to all this, so please bear with mee. I’m wondering how you determine what the language is for a film/tv show. I’ve downloaded a few movies, and they’re all German or Italian. Is there anyway to confirm that my film will be in English before I commit to a huge DL?

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I say I (and most people I know) don’t care about damn ccrdomaersYes, just like people didn’t care about digital photography up to 2002. I am sure that if this was 2001, you would tell me the same thing about digicams. And besides, I CARE. My brother cares. My father in law cares. My friends care. That’s enough for me to mention video as an example here.Back to the original topic, if you don’t care about video editing, how about some music? iTunes is about 10 times more stable than Banshee/Rhythmbox, and oh, it supports PROPERLY the No1 mp3 player, the iPod. Plus it supports the iPhone.So yeah, people don’t care about video editing, sure. But I am also sure they care about their god damn iPods. So stop nit fucking picking on my examples and making the god damn topic completely off topic just because you can’t deal with my ORIGINAL sayings. The topic is: when you can pirate, you prefer to pirate the things you know, rather than going to unknown territories with Linux.First I mentioned photoshop, you say that no one uses photoshop. Then I mention video editing, then you say no one uses video editing. Well, then, go fucking buy yourself an internet tablet instead of a computer and leave the real business with serious software for us adults. If your only debunking is going to be “no one uses this or that”, and you use that argument to further get away from the main topic, then you can consider yourself blacklisted on my reply list. > and you go all “poor eastern european” on me. you should know better for a greekKnow what exactly? That people in these countries pirate their guts out? I know that. Everyone does so over there, it’s normal. The people there do not have the culture for IP (no, not even the people who work in the software industry there). If it’s not something that you can grab with your hands, it’s considered free to copy. I have yet to meet ONE Greek person in my town who actually PAID for software once in his life.I don’t live in Greece btw, I live in the Bay Area. But I am from over there, and I visit regularly. reply


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