Beowulf Return To The Shieldlands S01E07 1080p WEB-DL X265 HEVC AAC 2.0 Condo
Beowulf Return to the Shieldlands S01E07 1080p WEB-DL x265 HEVC AAC 2.0 Condo
Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands is a British epic fantasy drama television series based on the poem Beowulf. It was created by James Dormer, Tim Haines and Katie Newman, and aired on ITV in 2016. The series follows the adventures of Beowulf (Kieran Bew), a legendary hero who returns to his homeland of Herot after many years of exile. He finds himself in the middle of a power struggle between his adoptive mother, Rheda (Joanne Whalley), who is the new ruler of the Shieldlands, and her brother, Abrecan (Elliot Cowan), who covets her throne. Along the way, he also has to deal with various threats from humans and monsters alike.
The seventh episode of the series, titled "Episode #1.7", was directed by Stephen Woolfenden and written by Michael A. Walker. It aired on February 14, 2016. In this episode, Beowulf and his allies are attacked by a band of Wulfing raiders led by Jogan (Jefferson Hall), who is seeking revenge for his brother's death. Beowulf manages to capture Jogan and bring him back to Herot, where he faces a trial by combat against Slean (Ed Speleers), Rheda's son and Beowulf's step-brother. Meanwhile, Elvina (Laura Donnelly), a healer and Beowulf's love interest, reveals a dark secret about herself that could change everything.
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The episode was released in 1080p resolution using the WEB-DL format, which means that it was downloaded from a streaming service rather than recorded from a broadcast. The video codec used was x265, which is a free and open-source software library for encoding video streams into the H.265/MPEG-H HEVC compression format. HEVC stands for High Efficiency Video Coding, and it is designed to provide better quality and compression than its predecessor, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC. The audio codec used was AAC, which stands for Advanced Audio Coding, and it is a lossy compression format that provides high quality sound at low bitrates. The audio channel configuration was 2.0, which means that it had two channels: one for the left speaker and one for the right speaker. The release group that encoded and uploaded the episode was Condo, which is a pseudonym for an unknown person or group of people who are known for providing high quality releases of various TV shows and movies.
The episode received mixed reviews from critics and viewers. Some praised the action scenes, the performances of the cast, and the plot twists, while others criticized the dialogue, the CGI effects, and the deviations from the original poem. The episode had a rating of 7.1 out of 10 on IMDb, based on 67 user votes.
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