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Vous trouverez ici les séries TV qui ont au moins une piste audio en français.
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Post by Mr. Fido » Tue Jul 31, 2007 1:45 am


Quand vous postez un lien, vous devez respecter les règles suivantes (qui ont été reproduites d'une autre section de ce forum):

- Start with the tag of the spoken language (use the full name, not just three letters):


- Add the title of the show:


- And finally add the number of the seasons posted. Not aired...posted!:


- So it should look like this:

[Français] Alias - S1,2...

- Finally, post each season has its own reply (we don't put all the seasons in one post). However, it's one thread per show, even if the releases are different (for example, DVDRs, HDTVs, DSRs, etc.

'.Posting links in the Foreign TV section.'

If you are going to post a new TV show or just an episode, you should read the following rules first!

The main set of rules for posting TV shows, can be found here:

The above mentioned rules apply for english spoken TV shows, so we're enforcing additional rules for the French TV section.
The main difference is that the links here are spoken in different languages, so we're just going to add the proper language tag to the standardised filenames.

- If the language has audio in a foreign language (French for example), the link should look like this:


- If the show has english audio, but has hardcoded subtitles (again French), the link should look like this:


- If the show has two audio tracks, or maybe one foreign audio track and foreign subtitles, the link should look like this:



Language codes:

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Language codes are:
EN = English
ES = Spanish
CT = Catalan
FR = French
IT = Italian
PT = Portuguese
DE = German
PL = Polish
NL = Dutch
TR = Turkish
RU = Russian
HU = Hungarian
JP = Japanese
CN = Cantonese
MD = Mandarin
KR = Korean
DK = Danish
NO = Norwegian
SE = Swedish
FI = Finnish

Il vous est permis de parler français dans les deux sections françaises de sharethefiles, mais partout ailleurs, seule la langue anglaise est permise.

Si vous avez des questions, veuillez prendre contact avec moi.

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Post by Mr. Fido » Wed Aug 15, 2007 1:26 am

Please note that all posts containing ed2k links should be in English at the very least, and optionally, in French or another language, the reason being that we need everyone to understand the synopsis/description of every thread.



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