God damn this episode looks fucking gorgeous
Masahiro Yamane as mecha animation director
Youichi Ueda as character animation director
Sunrise knowing it would be a great idea to just throw all their money at it
triple shaded nose
One of the greatest moments in mecha history
>yfw Nadesico and Megas XLR S2 is more likely than Project Z
Nice to meet you, my new wallpaper.
>first 4 episodes of the BD have been subbed in another language
Nigga, dont understimate the italian mechafags.
Do you guys really need subs though?
>not knowing all the dialogue by heart
February when Box 2 comes out.
Feb 17th to be exact.
Amazon placeholder pic related.
>The composite transfer has way more soul than that grainy garbage.
Do you really want RX782 to tear out your innards for saying this?
Not everyone can do like the Shrimp guy, though.
BDs. Blu-ray Disc.
Just like CD = Compact Disc, LD = LaserDisc, DVD = Digital Video Disc.
BR = huehuaehuaehauehae
Anyway the important part is providing the material to be muxed. After that people can easily mux it on their own with whatever they like.
Right, sorry, mixed them up at the last moment (although incidentally a Brazilian is responsible for subbing some of the Brave series).
>Anyway the important part is providing the material to be muxed. After that people can easily mux it on their own with whatever they like.
That's pretty reassuring at least. Since BH is providing the raws, it'll be a simple matter.
I blame people being too polite towards Viz to do much out of C&D fear (even though Viz have done a disastrous job compared to with their old cash cow Ranma). That said, you-know-who may try to sub/mux the BDs, that is a safe bet.
I've been really out of the loop on this, but last I heard, the BDs weren't as good as the Italian DVDs. Was there a rescan or new master released?
Also, I don't know who "you-know-who" is.
Yeah, about that. It pretty much only amounts to having watched the show over and over and knowing the script by heart, and refusing to watch just about anything else. The less said, the better.
I have one simple questions:
Were the R1 DVDs ever ripped?
If yes, it's incredibly fucking trivial to extract the subs out of that.
If not, then it would be slightly painful.
That said, has anyone already demuxed the subs if R1 DVD rips already exist?
Eat shit and die motherfucker
When they colored the supervisors took into account that it would get transferred into crappy composite tape and adjusted the palette accordingly
They knew they could cut some corners in the drawing/inking/coloring because SD signal would mask all these tiny flaws
Films aren't TV cartoons dolt.
Also they used some super grainy film stock due to *budget*. They knew it would mask the show
Torrent is dead, but you still can download it from fluffy.is (no batch download, but it's better than anything). I think I've also seen links to G_P on some file hosting sites. There are also .srt files ripped from their releases available on some Wikipedia clone, but I don't remember exactly where. No free-floating .ass anywhere, though.
I personally use something called MKV Extract GUI to rip .ass from Matroska files. Easy to use and works fine for me. Though IIRC it requires MKV ToolNix to be installed as well to work.
Any chance for the .ass instead?
Checking the file prpoerties for ep 1 tells me it's 23.976 fps.
Calculating from video lenght (24 min 11 s) and fps, it should be 34789,176 frames. Don't have any tool to check how many frames are there actually, though.
What's wrong with SRT anyway? I personally switched to watching with these within a few minutes of the first episode, because the font used by ASS was pretty much unreadable IMO.
>drop and non-drop timecodes
hmm, i have no fucking clue what that means >>13765855
the BD is 34932 frames (0:24:16.913)
Simply stretching the timing didn't work, it seems to be out of wack at different rates at different points and will need individual line retiming unless i'm doing something horribly wrong.
In simple terms, drop timecode means that a frame is occasionally "dropped" to compensate for the fractional framerate of most video (23.976fps, or 29.97fps). Non-drop means it does not respect this rule, and essentially runs at an integer (24, 30) framerate.
You originally said it "drifts", which usually signifies some kind of framerate difference, but I could totally be grasping at straws here. It could very well just be a poorly timed sub file.
If the sync seems to vary (better at times, worse at times, but not constantly drifting), you are likely dealing with a poorly timed file OR, the BD has a radically different frame timing than the DVD version.
What I would do is check out how the audio stacks up, and see if similar discrepancies can be found. Read this for a guide on how to do it:
This is so much more effort than I anticipated...
But you're the superhuman superdude with unlimited megahertz always ready for encoding the best the best way. You ooze so much ability you literally can't stop no matter how hard you try.
Personally, it'd be better to ask Chirlind in the event she doesn't have anything better to do. She's the very best supporter that the Brave Series ever had, subbing-wise.