The Tracey Fragments is a 2007 movie directed by Bruce McDonald and written by Maureen Medved. It delves into the frighteningly imaginative mind of young Tracey Berkowitz, as portrayed by Ellen Page. Before the movie was released, the entire four weeks of film footage was released to the public under a Creative Commons license to redistribute and remix. The material released also includes the original soundtrack by Broken Social Scene and promotional images.
Apparently Apache has issues hosting files larger than 2GB. As the Tracey ReFragmented materials are quite large, this presents a problem.
Here's the deal, I've broken the zip files into smaller more downloadable chunks (fragments, if you will). You are going to download these and reassemble them!
Note: You will need lots of hard disk space for this. 4GB for the partial files you will download here and 4GB for reassembling each file.
Note2: If you are extracting the files on Windows, you WILL have problems. The zip file was created on a Mac and Windows can't handle some of the filenames. You can use WinRAR to extract the media files from the zip file.
This sample is a JPG file. So use the
copy /B test1 + test2 + test3 test.jpg or
cat test1 test2 test3 > test.jpg
This sample is a ZIP file. So use the
copy /B test1 + test2 + test3 test.zip or
cat test1 test2 test3 > test.zip
If all this command line funniness has you tearing your hair out, I've heard good stuff about HJSplit which is available on most on most platforms. Remember to add the extra 0 at the end of the files (e.g. 001 instead of 01).
Warning: Each of these files is up to 1GB in size
C:\Documents and Settings\username\Desktop\fragmentsor
C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\fragments
You can find this by right-clicking a file and selecting
Properties. The directory will be labeled
(Don't ask me about Vista, I think it's a messy hybrid of the two)
cd(change directory) command.
cd "C:\Documents and Settings\username\Desktop\fragments"
Substitute the directory with the one you found in the previous step!
copy /B file1 + file2 + file3 week3.zip
cat file1 file2 file3 > week3.zip
file3are the parts of the file and
week3.zipis the new file.
If all went well, you should have a file named
week3.zip in the directory.