>>136054852 >Also to any financial /a/nons, Is there a way to find out the CR company spending or finance record for free?
Probably not. It's a private company.
Crunchyroll, Inc. and Sumitomo Corporation to Create Anime Investment Joint Venture Oct 22 15
"Crunchyroll, Inc. and Sumitomo Corporation announced a new joint venture to produce animation for the international market. At the core of this strategic partnership is a joint venture for investing in new anime productions, which will be distributed by Crunchyroll to a global audience."
>>136056245 you fuckin idiot, as long you buy BD the higher up doesnt give a fuck of streaming and will squash pirated subbing. they are fuckin fossil in their decaying office, no matter how much baka gaijin buy japan BD they still think its FROM the japan sales, not outside. The only way to show non-gaijin want to support anime is by paying for legal stream because they japs are fuckin moron on progress
>>136056845 They tend to make deals. For example, when both Funi and CR license a show, Funi ALWAYS wins (or pays more) and gets to simulcast that show while CR "simul"casts it a few days later.
That's just an example, I suppose there could be other things. Also, CR, Funi or Hulu are some of the biggest and only ones who stream shows a few hours after they aired in Japan. There are a lot of small legal streaming sites who are only allowed to stream them like a day later.
Whenever I see "Crunchy is bullshit, import BDs if you want to support anime" it strikes me as the anime equivalent of people talking about the benefits of bitcoin. I don't know how true any of it is, and I don't really care, but there's an air of contrarian "DON'T TRUST _____" stank that makes me dubious.
>>136057173 It's always about money but of course you need some ground. I doubt a publisher will give you the video and scripts if you can't meet minimum requirements.
>>136057196 This is a different matter but yes, unlike what everybody believes CR hardly translates anything, they get a video and a translated script from the publisher and they just have to upload it and make it available for the users at the right time. Aniplex, King Records, Pony Canyon or Toho are some of the companies that do this. Aniplex is well known for having terrible subs (poor translations, poor English grammar, absolute zero typesetting) but they also have the highest video quality available until the BDs come out so there's at least that.
>>136057161 It's sort of like with music. BDs are like buying the album: it's the most direct way to get money to the creators, the studios. Streaming on CrunchyRoll is like when people stream music and the creators basically get pennies for your views.
>>136056845 All of the simulcasters probably want exclusive deals as often as they can make them. Especially Funimation, considering that the quality of their service is absolutely abysmal compared to Crunchyroll.
>>136057648 >BDs are like buying the album: it's the most direct way to get money to the creators, the studios Pretty sure studios are contracted and paid that way, so money from BD sales isn't necessarily going to them
>>136058569 I don't think there's a way to track all the publishers or the translators down unless you buy a localized BD and check the credits but that'd be months or years after an anime aired. However, you can just check which publisher is in charge of what show and you'll have an idea of what kind of subs you're going to get. I'll use Aniplex as example for being the most notorious due to the high amount of anime they produce: Aniplex's simulcasts have: - Great video quality, better than any other publisher and TV stations. - No typesetting at all. 95% of it is \an8'd and they don't use colors (while other publishers -try- to match the position or colors of the signs Aniplex doesn't, probably because they use an old ass software? I don't know). - Minimal use of honorifics, removed or localized, they only leave them in when there's no choice or they carry an important meaning to the characters. - Western name order. - The overall quality of the subs tends to be really bad and it looks like it's getting worse by the years.
>>136058737 probably practical currency needs backing unless it's a material good that has inherent value without any backing I'm not really sure why it has value either, besides a few morons that decide to accept bitcoin payment
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