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Old threads:

213.0 >>902199
214.0 >>906565
215.0 >>912342
216.0 >>917815

WebM for Retards
https://gitgud.io/nixx/WebMConverter

/g/ guide to WebMs
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/WebM

Saucefags

Google a name or a frame from the clip before asking.

Check the metadata with a media player

4chanX lets you see the metadata in the post: https://github.com/ccd0/4chan-x
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first for fresh beats
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>>924915
First for shitty post
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>>924973
So that was my first webm, turned out a bit shit.
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>>924978
reduce resolution
increase bitrate
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>>924888

source? seems cool
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>>925045

Ajin.
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Why can't anime girls be real? :-(
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>>925174
Even if they were, none of them would ever touch you.
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>>924915
You motherfucker, I swear to god if you don't tell me what this song is I'll tell mom on you.
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FUCKING QUESS
REEEEEEEEE
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>>925246
>dub
EUUUUUUUUGGHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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>>925250
I don't know how to hard code subs. So a dub is better than incomprehensible gook gibberish.
Though I admit the CCA dub is especially bad.
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>>925254
>I don't know how to hard code subs.
That's your problem, asshole. Don't post substandard shit on this board. Contribute something worthwhile or don't contribute at all, dickhead.
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>>925254

Use WfR like the rest of us dumb asses.
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Aoi is a goddess
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>>925281
Ha ha ha ha ha ha
Nigga, you funny.
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Test.
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>>925383
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>>925482
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The Hitsugi No Chaika OP is really good.
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>>925542
We don't really need live updates. I suppose you want it in webm form? I could do it if you ask nicely.
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>>925557
I didn't want to ask, because then people would get mad at me, and I'd get sad.
You can make it if you want to. It's just a suggestion.
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>>925587
Someone did it already. It's your lucky day.
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>>925591
Oh. I was referring to the first season OP. But I'm grateful anyway.
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>>925341
Not going to lie, that was pretty badass
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>>924915
This adult swim bump music.

You're welcome
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>>925609
Yeah tell me which one. Its legit a mystery. I think its a newer Toonami Bump but not sure
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>>925616
so is this actual hentai? or just stupid "LOLZ SO RANDOM XD ECCHI FOR LIFE!" ?
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>>925625

Neither. It's a dumb edit.
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>>925341
Huh, so that show does have something other than those two guys being bros and their boss with the big tits.
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Thank Alexander Webm. Creator of the Webm.
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Sigh. I wish I weren't such a fucking babby when it comes to making webms. I've only ever successfully made one, and it was a gigantic hastle, and was only barely small enough to post despite being like 3 seconds long.
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Updated.
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>>925668
ffmpeg is a valuable tool to master.

In general, these two commands should work for most works under one minute:

>ffmpeg.exe -i [INPUT_NAME] -b:v 500k -b:a 80k -vcodec libvpx -acodec libvorbis -pass 1 [OUTPUT_NAME].webm
>ffmpeg.exe -i [INPUT_NAME] -b:v 500k -b:a 80k -vcodec libvpx -acodec libvorbis -pass 2 [OUTPUT_NAME].webm

And ffmpeg is easy to install for the Windows command line: https://github.com/adaptlearning/adapt_authoring/wiki/Installing-FFmpeg

After installing ffmpeg and opening "cmd," you just have to copy, paste, and fill in the blanks. If you are adventurous, you can increase or decrease -b:v or -b:a for greater quality or to decrease filesize.

Its. That. Simple.
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>>925722

Defining bitrates? No, that's a set up to make a shitty webm. You've gotta use -crf if you don't want it to be shit. I don't remember the commands off hand (I use WfR most of the time), but you're setting that dude up for failure.
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>>925722
I have a Windows machine, but I usually use Ubuntu. Are the commands the same, but with something else instead of "ffmpeg.exe"?

>>925740
I just followed the Ubuntu instructions at the link he posted. I don't know what to do next.
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>>925741
>Are the commands the same, but with something else instead of "ffmpeg.exe"?

Instead of "ffmpeg.exe," just use "ffmpeg"

>>925740
With 2pass, the encoder essentially determines the best crf value for that given bitrate. If you give me a video source, I bet you I can optimize the file better with qmax, qmin, and pass better than crf.
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>>925747
So, in the instructions in >>543914, do I replace "-c:v" with something?
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>>925611
write a fucking email to adult swim stop fucking asking
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>>925747
Okay, I successfully made a 90 second webm, but it's over 16 megabytes. This is the same problem I kept encountering the first time I tried to learn how to make webms.
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>>925769
Ok, post the original file on pomf.se. Link it here. I will make it and paste the commands I used
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>>925772
>pomf.se
I meant pomf.cat
pomf.se is dead
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>>925772
>>925774
The video is several times larger than that site's filesize limit.
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>>925784
Okay, try this:

>ffmpeg -i [INPUT_NAME] -b:v 500k -b:a 80k -vcodec libvpx -vf "scale=-1:480" -acodec libvorbis -pass 1 [OUTPUT_NAME].webm
>ffmpeg -i [INPUT_NAME] -b:v 500k -b:a 80k -vcodec libvpx -vf "scale=-1:480" -acodec libvorbis -pass 2 [OUTPUT_NAME].webm
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>>925792
6.5 megabytes.
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>>925801
>ffmpeg -i [INPUT_NAME] -b:v 450k -b:a 60k -vcodec libvpx -vf "scale=-1:400" -acodec libvorbis -pass 1 [OUTPUT_NAME].webm
>ffmpeg -i [INPUT_NAME] -b:v 450k -b:a 60k -vcodec libvpx -vf "scale=-1:400" -acodec libvorbis -pass 2 [OUTPUT_NAME].webm

If its still above, just incrementally lower -b:v and -b:a .
You also generally need to scale videos to >480p to conserve bitrate.
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>>925801

Jesus christ, tweak shit yourself man. You are not going to get a line of input that will make every webm you ever make perfect. Alter the variables and figure it out yourself.

This isn't a webm help thread. I don't mind helping folks but this is way too many off topic posts.
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>>925804
>>925805
I don't know what to do to which numbers. I've never done this before. Should I be trying to keep -b:v and -b:a proportional to each other as I lower them?
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>>925807
go read the ffmpeg documention
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>>925809
I'm looking at it, but all it says about -b:v and -b:a is what they are – the video and audio bitrates, respectively. What I want to know is how each of them affects final file size. Will file size be proportional to them? If my file size is 6.5 and I want to reduce it to 4.0, should I just take my -b:v and -b:a values and multiply each of them by 4.0/6.5?
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>>925804
Also, what does this statement mean?
>You also generally need to scale videos to >480p to conserve bitrate.

I've seen plenty of webms with height smaller than 480 pixels. What's the problem with making small webms?
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>>925814

Man, you really have no idea what you're doing.

Look. Bitrate is bits per second. Take the bitrate, multiply it by the time in seconds, and then convert to megabytes. That is your end file size. ffmpeg is kinda stupid so it can go over pretty easy, though.

But seriously, please don't turn the thread into /g/. That's what /g/ is for. There's plenty of googling you could do that would be way more productive than this.
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>>925819
>Also, what does this statement mean?
>>You also generally need to scale videos to >480p to conserve bitrate.
I meant less than 480p.
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where are the big anime diddies
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>>925814
My advice is to pick an audio bitrate (64k is typical), then calculate the video bitrate you need to hit a target filesize for the length of your video.
A calculation for that would be (your target filesize in megabytes)*(1024)*(8)/(time) - (audio bitrate) to give you a video bitrate in kilobytes.
in fact here's a batch script to do just that. past this in to text file and save as bitrate calculator.bat
@echo off
TITLE Video Bitrate Calculator
set /p size="Enter file size limit in MB: "
set /p time="Enter length in seconds: "
set /p audio="Enter audio bitrate: "
set /a bitrate=%size%*1024*8/%time%-%audio%
echo Your video bitrate is %bitrate% kbps.
PAUSE
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>>925827

I dunno if you mean songs or titties.
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>>925824
>>925832
I've almost got it figured out. I know you think I'm annoying, but honestly I'm really grateful you guys've given me as much advice as you have. Thanks so much.
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>>925835
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>Error: File contains an invalid stream.

:(
What did I do wrong?
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>>925827
>>925844

:^)
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>>925849
Fixed it.
Here's my first webm longer than 3 seconds.
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>>925862
This is fun. I wish I could hardcode subs somehow, though.
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>Error while opening encoder for output stream #0:1 - maybe incorrect parameters such as bit_rate, rate, width or height

:(
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Fugg, I missed all the fun webm making talk. Oh well, I'm here now if people have questions.

>>925910
Probably a typo, like not supplying a value to an option or filter that requires one.
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>>925948
When I open the file properties, it lists "unknown" for the frame height and width.
I'm currently torrenting a different copy of the episode, in the hopes that it won't be similarly corrupted.
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>>925952
post either the ffprobe or mediainfo output of the file.
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>>925959
I don't know where to find those.
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>>925966
mediainfo and ffprobe are programs, ffprobe being part of the FFmpeg suite of tools.
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>>925976
Well I'm pretty new to all this, having made a grand total of 3 webms in my life, one of which was 3 seconds long, and the other two of which I just posted in this thread immediately after making them. So I don't actually know how to use FFMPEG, other than copypasting some commands into my terminal.
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>>925966
>>925952
>>925910
Also, you could just post your full commandline and I could probably spot the problem, though the stream information may be needed.

>>925978
It's not that difficult once you understand the processing pipeline and steam labelling.
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>>925981
The command I'm using worked for the other two webms.
>ffmpeg -i ./Ergo\ Proxy-\ 16\ NLT-\ Release.mkv -ss 00:01:13.000 -to 00:01:25.000 -b:v 2666K -b:a 64k -vcodec libvpx -vf scale=640:-1 -acodec libvorbis -pass 1 -sn Ergo_Proxy_E16.webm
It fails on the first pass. I don't think the problem is FFMPEG or anything like that. I think there's legitimately some kind of weird corruption going on with the video file.
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>>925987
add "-f webm" before pass 1, and set the output file to /dev/null for the first pass, then the output file as you have it for pass 2.
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>>925987
Okay, I take this back. I'm definitely doing something wrong. I torrented a different copy of the episode, that displays its resolution correctly in the file properties, and yet I'm getting the same error.

Command.
>ffmpeg -i ./\[Golo\]\ Ergo\ Proxy\ -\ 16\ \[BD\]\[1920x1080\]\[9CD04FE9\].mkv -ss 00:01:14.000 -to 00:01:26.000 -b:v 2666K -b:a 64k -vcodec libvpx -vf scale=640:-1 -acodec libvorbis -pass 1 -sn Ergo_Proxy_E16_00-01-14.webm
Error.
>Error while opening encoder for output stream #0:1 - maybe incorrect parameters such as bit_rate, rate, width or height
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>>925996
So like this?
>ffmpeg -i ./\[Golo\]\ Ergo\ Proxy\ -\ 16\ \[BD\]\[1920x1080\]\[9CD04FE9\].mkv -ss 00:01:14.000 -to 00:01:26.000 -b:v 2666K -b:a 64k -vcodec libvpx -vf scale=640:-1 -acodec libvorbis -f webm -pass 1 -sn /dev/null
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>>925997
also try putting your filter string in quotes
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>92 replies
>37 WebM's

Guys... c'mon now.
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>>926001
Once I've got this figured out for good and all (and once I figure out how to hardcode subtitles into my videos), I'll practically be posting nothing but webms.
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>>926003

-filter_complex "subtitles=VIDEO_FILE[s],[0:v][s]overlay[v],[v]scale=-1:XXX[v]" -map "[v]" -map 0:a:X (where X is which audio stream, 0 if there's only 1)
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Girls dying
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>>926000
Which part of the command is the "filter string"? I'm still getting the error when I use "-f webm" and /dev/null.
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>>926011
>-vf scale=640:-1
becomes
>-vf "scale=640:-1"
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>>926014
Still get the error. :(
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>>926016
oh fuck me

The k on your -b:a is k not K, make it K
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Tried reducing -b:v from 2666 to 1984, still get the error.
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>>926021
Changed the lowercase k to an uppercase K, still get the error.
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>>926024
Try
>ffmpeg -i Ergo\ Proxy-\ 16\ NLT-\ Release.mkv -ss 1:13 -to 1:25 -b:v 2666K -b:a 64K -vf "scale=-1:640" -c:v libvpx -c:a libvorbis -f webm -sn -pass 1 /dev/null

>scale became -1:x instead of 640:-1
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>>926029
Still produces error.
I feel like it's something deeper than this. My previous two webms both worked fine, with no error, even though I used pretty much this exact same command.
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>>925078
Can you help me out? No metadata, reverse search doesn't work...

There are no character names and looking up a homage to JoJo would bring up dozens of animus. Thanks!

Image below for reference.
https://a.pomf.cat/ipciba.png
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>>926033
Try putting the bitrates after the encoder declarations, and the video filters before them, but after the timings
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>>926035
google oreshura
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>>926047
Thanks, anon!
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>>926040
>ffmpeg -i ./Ergo\ Proxy\ -\ 16\ NLT-Release.mkv -ss 00:01:13.000 -to 00:01:25.000 -vf "scale=-1:360" -vcodec libvpx -acodec libvorbis -b:v 2666K -b:a 64K -f webm -pass 1 -sn /dev/null
Still produces the error.

With the previous two webms, I started at -ss 00:00:00.000; with this webm, I'm starting at either -ss 00:01:13.00. Could the problem be that my FFMPEG install, like, isn't letting me create webms that don't start at the beginning of the video, or something? That's the only difference I can think of between the last two I made and this one.
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>>926056
silver is the best
orange is shit
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>>926050
Wait a second, what version of ffmpeg are you using; what version of Ubuntu?

In older versions of Ubuntu libav was the standard instead of FFmpeg (it's a hurt feeling fork), and the ffmpeg command doesn't work properly
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>>926064
I don't know what version of FFMPEG. I just followed the Ubuntu instructions from the link in >>925722.
My Ubuntu is 14.04.
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>>926056
>that husky voice from orange

Better watch this. I can't stress how much I despise the shrill voices typically employed for female characters. I'm sure she's literally fucking gold. Best character. #1 of the season. She's a main character, right?

Right?
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>>926065
Unless you installed the ffmpeg developer ppa then this is your problem.

You need to install the dev ppa. follow the instructions here: https://launchpad.net/~mc3man/+archive/ubuntu/trusty-media
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>>926067
She is the childhood friend so she thinks entitled to the main character.

You decide if that's a good feature or not for yourself.
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>>926072
What is this about? I keep seeing the JoJo references and it makes me smile.
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>>926077
Silver haired girl blackmails the MC into becoming her BF. She uses his diary that she stole from him which is full of really embarrassing shit that he did when he was a kid. Her motives are a spoiler.

The reason there are so many jojo references are because silver hair's mom really likes jojo. And got her daughter into jojo.

It also happens that the MC really liked jojo as a kid and his secret diary is full of jojo quotes and references.

Orange is just the competing childhood friend.
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>>925611

not telling you which

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iG3Ar0ZBQg&index=19&list=PLEAAC182966AE4A81
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>>924973
IS this show any good? Looks interesting
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>>926135

>>>/wsr/
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>>925880
you can, are you using wfr?
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>>926139
fuck off reddit
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>>926158
Why the fuck are her eyelashes so white.
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Does anyone have the Wakako-zake pol memesubs
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>>924888
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Any Gasaraki Webms?
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>>926374
looks like me when I'm citing Samuel L Jackson bible quotes from Pulp Fiction
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>>926069
Which of the commands at that link should I follow? I've entered the following so far.
>sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/trusty-media
>sudo apt-get update
>sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

Should ffmpeg work now?
I'll try it again.
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>>926098
Hey, come on, I already posted that one.
It was my very first proper webm, too. :(
>>925862
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>>926148
I don't know what WFR is.
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>>926486
Read the OP.
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>>926481
Nope. I still get the error.

Command.
>ffmpeg -i ./Ergo\ Proxy\ -\ 16\ NLT-Release.mkv -ss 00:01:13.000 -to 00:01:25.000 -vf "scale=-1:360" -vcodec libvpx -acodec libvorbis -b:v 2666K -b:a 64K -f webm -pass 1 -sn /dev/null
Error.
>Error while opening encoder for output stream #0:1 - maybe incorrect parameters such as bit_rate, rate, width or height
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>>926489
According to Control+F, there is no reference to "WFR" anywhere on the page https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/WebM, nor any reference to "WFR" anywhere in this thread prior to the post >>925282.
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>>926491
WebM for Retards
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>>926494
Ahh. I guess I'm one of those, then.
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Both of the following two commands each still produce the error.
>ffmpeg -i ./Ergo\ Proxy\ -\ 16\ NLT-Release.mkv -ss 00:01:13.000 -to 00:01:25.000 -vf scale=640:-1 -b:v 2666K -c:v libvpx -b:a 64K -c:a libvorbis -f webm -pass 1 -sn /dev/null
>ffmpeg -i ./Ergo\ Proxy\ -\ 16\ NLT-Release.mkv -ss 00:01:13.000 -to 00:01:25.000 -vf scale=640:-1 -b:v 2666K -c:v libvpx -b:a 64K -c:a libvorbis -sn Ergo_Proxy_E16_00-01-13.webm
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>>926135
It's an OVA, not much of a show, just a 26 minute video.
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If that anon is still here and still feels like helping, I've made a /g/ thread for my problem. I've documented every single command I've entered into the terminal both today and yesterday.
>>>/g/52702481
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>>926495
you could probably benefit from using it.
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>>926521
Look, I made two perfectly good webms using the ffmpeg command line. I'm not going to be defeated by this third webm. It's a matter of pride, at this point.
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>>926526

Your pride is creating subpar webm's.
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>>926527
Are you saying >>925862 and >>925880 are subpar? And if so, what could I have done to improve them?
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>>926539

Use double pass encoding, for one. It is always an improvement. cfr lets the program optimize bitrate based on the scene, which is far more efficient at maximizing bitrate than hamfistedly defining a bitrate.

Both of these can be done with ffmpeg, but WfR makes it much easier.
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>>926543
>Use double pass encoding, for one.

I did. For both of them.

>cfr lets the program optimize bitrate based on the scene, which is far more efficient at maximizing bitrate than hamfistedly defining a bitrate.

Is "-cfr" a tag that I add to the command, instead of the bitrate declarations?
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>>926548
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=ffmpeg+crf&l=1
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>>926555
According to this Google result…
>https://netheadaches.wordpress.com/2007/11/08/error-while-opening-codec-for-output-stream-01-maybe-incorrect-parameters-such-as-bit_rate-rate-width-or-height/
… the solution to my problem may be to manually enter a sampling frequency into my ffmpeg command. Will sampling frequency affect filesize separately from bitrate? Would it create problems if I tried to define both sampling frequency and bitrate in my command? And is the example sampling frequency this guy uses typical, or should it be higher or lower?
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>>926527
Is that the guy who voices Viral in TTGL?
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>>926567
He was Cyborg Guy in GaoGaiGar and Sanageyama in Kill la Kill too, surely you've seen at least one of those?
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File: Legendary Girl A.webm (4 MB, 500x280) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Legendary Girl A.webm
4 MB, 500x280
>>926558

Firstly, you can't affect filesize separate from bitrate. Filesize = bitrate*time. Literally impossible. You should understand that by now.

And no, sample frequency shouldn't do anything like that. I haven't ran into that problem, but if you actually knew what sampling frequency was (google) then you'd know that yourself.

>>926571
Nope.
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>>926579
I've gone into a different folder, and entered the following command…
>>ffmpeg -i ./Goodfellas.1990.720p.BrRip.264.YIFY.mp4 -ss 00:40:16.500 -to 00:40:57.000 -vf scale=640:-1 -b:v 745K -c:v libvpx -b:a 64K -c:a libvorbis -f webm -pass 1 -sn /dev/null
… and it does not return the same error, but it just sits there chugging away for minutes on end, never advancing past the first frame of the output file. I uploaded a screenshot at >>>/wsr/45402.
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File: tfw.gif (1020 KB, 500x373) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
tfw.gif
1020 KB, 500x373
>>926599

Listen.
Bro.
This. Is. Not. a .Tech. Support. Thread.
This isn't even about anime at this point. This is completely irrelevant. We've used over half the bump limit and barely over 1/3 the image limit, mostly on your bullshit.

I shouldn't of ever helped you. I should of called you names and told you to leave, I guess. Whatever. This isn't the place for that am I sorry if I ever gave you the impression that it was.
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>>926056
I had the same reaction when a Sierra Leon exchange student asked me who Superman was.
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>>926607
>Listen.
>Bro.
>This. Is. Not. a .Tech. Support. Thread.
FUCKING THIS
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>>926607
>>926619
I already created /g/ and /wsr/ threads, and even linked to them here.
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Testing.
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>>926633
Then stay in there fagot no one cares you can't into webm ceot for that one faggot who though you weren't autistic enough to learn basic webming but you sure proved him wrong 25 replies later.
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>>926646
Sorry?

I can webm now, so I can go back to contributing. Is that so horrible?
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>>926643
>TFW no Pino to accompany you on your adventures

Why even live?
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>>926649
Good now stfu
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>170 posts
>59 files
Man these threads suck nowadays.
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>>926036
What a jackass.
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>>926172
cuz its cute
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File: hyouka.webm (3 MB, 1280x720) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
hyouka.webm
3 MB, 1280x720
>>926776
I never read the posts, I only come here for the webm/gifs
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>>926850

I feel more sorry for you, then.
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>>926560
Yes, its Tomozaku Seki. Hes also known for doing the voice for Domon Kasshu from G-Gundam and Mitsunari Ishida from Sengoku Basara.
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>>926500
>>926490
>>926558
>>926599
>>926633

Add -ac 2 to your command, my new guess is that you aren't providing enough bandwidth for the number of audio channels in the source (so we'll reduce the number of channels to 2; stereo).
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>>926651
>adventures
normalspls
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>>926854
>feel sorry for
I envy him.
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File: 1.2 v2.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
1.2 v2.webm
4 MB, 640x360
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What kind of sound is this
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>>927222
Sounds like "ugh-alagah"
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>>927222
It's a yelp.
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>>924888
too fucking stupid to just get out of the car. Well thats anime for you-
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File: BTFO.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
BTFO.webm
4 MB, 640x360
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File: BTFO2.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
BTFO2.webm
4 MB, 640x360
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>>
>TFW you're running late for work and your webm finally finishes encoding at 4.2 MB

I waited seven fucking hours to be able to make this piece of shit, and it doesn't even have hardcoded subs. BRB, committing sudoku.
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how do i raise the volume with wfr?
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>>927279
I can sum up the scene without subtitles.
Bitch nigga with no armor bitching that he lost to the based nigga, who saw through the bitch nigga's bullshit.
He whining like a bitch before screaming his name like a bitch then getting lit up, like a
little
bitch.
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>>927279
Don't worry, everyone has already made the relevant Jin-Roh scenes already anyways.
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>>927302
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>>927285
you don't
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File: banana_AUDIO.webm (4 MB, 720x480) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
banana_AUDIO.webm
4 MB, 720x480
>>926643
This piece of shit webm is what you've been having trouble with the whole time? Go fucking kill yourself for real mate.
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>>927331
It was giving me an error message, asshole. I tried dozens and dozens of different permutations of the ffmpeg command before I finally found one that didn't return the error.
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do i use constant or variable mode in webm for bakas?
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>>927347
vbr with 2 pass will always provide better results than cbr
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File: move away_AUDIO.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
move away_AUDIO.webm
4 MB, 640x360
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>>927350
does it usually stay with in the maximum limit like 3-4mb?
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>>927362
Set a bitrate target based on the length of the video
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>>927350
this
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Ayyyyy! I figured out how to do subtitles on my own! I didn't even have to pester you guys for 50 posts!
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File: 1421021245879.webm (2 MB, 240x194) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
1421021245879.webm
2 MB, 240x194
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>>927328
What did they mean by "rubber"? A dildo?
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>>927377
Wait, hold on. Why is the resolution so big?

>ffmpeg -i ./PSNR.Planetes.24.mkv -ss 00:21:03.500 -to 00:23:00.000 -vf scale=640:-1 -vf subtitles=./PSNR.Planetes.24.mkv -c:v libvpx -b:v 233K -ac 2 -c:a libvorbis -b:a 48K -pass 1 -sn Planetes_E24_00-21-03.webm
Did the second "-vf" cancel out the first "-vf"? How do I include both the scale and the subtitles specifications?
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>>927381
In English the most common way to refer to it is 'diva cup'. It's sort of like a small diaphram that gently fits over your cervical opening and collects your menses. They're meant to replace pads or tampons for people who care about the enviornment, since you empty and rinse the cup out and then reuse it, rather than using and then throwing away dozens of pads every cycle.
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>>927381
>>927388
The hell are you talking about? A "rubber" is just a condom.
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>>927381
>>927388
the fuck lmao? its a condom
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>>927381
dude...
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>>927383
see >>926006

I could also just write the filter expression for you if you want.
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>>927411
Nah, I figured it out.
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>>926616
The OP is way more energetic than the show is
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I'm starting to get the hang of this.
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>>927416
Oh wow, fuck this guy
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>>927492
What, me? What did I do?
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>>925609
its not.. nor is it najubes
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>>926543
thanks for the new show, that intro is catchy as fuck
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>>927560

Show is pretty good. Probably better now that you can marathon it.
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>>927381
ahahahahha
>literally I'm 12 and what is this
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>>925290
easily anime of the season and quickly becoming one of my alltime favorites.
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>>927593
In England, a "rubber" is an eraser. So you could give benefit of the doubt if you really want to.
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>>927603
I thought England was precisely where "rubber" meant condoms? I've never heard an american use that expression.
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>>927064
This is high up on my list of favorite moments from this series.
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>>927603
rubber is an eraser and condom. It's the same here in ausland
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>>925078

Sauce?
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>>927245
>Using Steel Wing on a water type

People are dumb in the anime.
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>>927355
High School Boys Power Ranking:
Hidenori > Yoshitake >>>>>>> Tadakuni
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>>926980
Noboyuki Hiyama voiced Viral, ya mook.
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>>926643
please more
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DBZ fags on suicide watch
Based Fuji
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File: EVA.webm (4 MB, 616x420) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
EVA.webm
4 MB, 616x420
>>927366
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File: acat-e.webm (4 MB, 320x240) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
acat-e.webm
4 MB, 320x240
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>>927929
Kay.
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File: webm.webm (3 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
webm.webm
3 MB, 640x360
First time webm test. Let's see how it turns out
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>>928129
I feel like there's some kind of metaphor here. The picture represents civilization, maybe? Humans build it over many millennia, robots break it in an instant, robots rebuild it in an instant, then both humans and robots get fucked over when the winds of change come howling.

Or something like that.
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Anyone know why this is happening?

--- CREATING AVISYNTH PROXY ---
[avisynth @ 005af760] Not An Avisynth 2 C Plugin: \\?\C:\Users\...\Desktop\stuff\VISOKS~1\webm\Binaries\Win32\ffms2.dll
(C:\Users\...\AppData\Local\Temp\tmp240F.tmp, line 2)
[nut @ 00000000003128c0] No main startcode found.
(C:\Users\...\AppData\Local\Temp\tmp240F.tmp, line 2)
pipe:0: Invalid data found when processing input
C:\Users\...\AppData\Local\Temp\tmp240F.tmp: Unknown error occurred

--- FFMPEG HAS EXITED ---

ffmpeg.exe exited with exit code 1. That's usually bad.
If you have no idea what went wrong, open an issue on GitGud and copy paste the output of this window there.
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>>928200
Why arent you just using webm for retards?
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>>928212
Not the guy you're responding to, but can we please stop telling people to use WFR when they're trying to use FFMPEG? Learning to use and debug terminal commands is a valuable experience, and especially useful if you want to get into Linux.
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>>928142
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>>928214
Nothing wrong with that but it's clearly wrong thread for learning FFMPEG
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>>928219
Agreed. This place is to post anime webms if they're not doing that, I couldn't care less.
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>>928212
He is.

>>928214
No.

>>928200
I think I got that error a long time ago. I think I fixed it by going into the temp folder it creates and renaming the file it's making to the one it's looking for (in your case, tmp240F.tmp.) I hope you know enough about computers and files to understand what that means.

I don't think you are, but make sure you aren't using any forbidden characters in the desired file name (colons, question marks, etc).
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File: test2.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
test2.webm
4 MB, 640x360
>>928142
>>928218
What bitrate are these? How do I get them to look as good as yours considering my webm related.

>>928212
>>928214
>>928219
>>928225
Sorry to break it to you, but I was using WFR. Apparently I forgot to install Avisynth.

Also I set the limit to 4 mb but it keeps going for 4.1 like, why? Should I just be more specific and try 4.0?
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>>928228
>What bitrate are these?

I'm using FFMPEG. My commands for the first one were.
>ffmpeg -i ./Ergo\ Proxy\ -\ 05\ NLT-Release.mkv -ss 00:00:00.000 -to 00:01:00.500 -vf scale=640:-1 -c:v libvpx -b:v 501K -ac 2 -c:a libvorbis -b:a 40K -pass 1 -sn ErgoProxy_E05_00-00-00.webm
>ffmpeg -i ./Ergo\ Proxy\ -\ 05\ NLT-Release.mkv -ss 00:00:00.000 -to 00:01:00.500 -vf scale=640:-1 -c:v libvpx -b:v 501K -ac 2 -c:a libvorbis -b:a 40K -pass 2 -sn ErgoProxy_E05_00-00-00.webm

Also.
>Also I set the limit to 4 mb but it keeps going for 4.1 like, why? Should I just be more specific and try 4.0?

There's a difference between megabytes and mebibytes. 4 mebibytes, which I believe is the true upload limit, is 4.096 megabytes, but will still upload.
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>>928228
Is that from animator expo?
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>>928233
>4 mebibytes, which I believe is the true upload limit, is 4.096 megabytes, but will still upload.

Or actually no, 4 mebibytes is 4.194304 megabytes. So you can actually go up to almost 4.2.
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>>928218
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>>928235
Short Peace

>>928237
What are you using to record these? OBS? Can I get your encoding settings and whatnot for them?
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File: clean.webm (4 MB, 532x300) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
clean.webm
4 MB, 532x300
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>>928233
You could just tell him the damn bitrates were 501 for video and 40 for audio.

>>928228
If you want the highest quality, use variable, not constant. It takes some tweaking so if you're in a rush it isn't good, but the output will always be better with variable.

>>928240
>record

Nigga what? You just use the .mkv.
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>>928243
Oh fuck. Have I been doing it wrong? I used to record file output from OBS and then make a webm out of it. Is that why my >>928228
webm looked like compressed shit?
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>>928240
>What are you using to record these? OBS?

I don't know what that means.

>Can I get your encoding settings and whatnot for them?

I just used commands like the ones I posted in >>928233.

>>928243
>You could just tell him the damn bitrates were 501 for video and 40 for audio.

But they weren't. I always use 40K for the audio, yes, but the video bitrates are different on every one of these. The reason why I posted the commands themselves was to show, A, that I'm using FFMPEG, B, I'm using two pass encoding, and C, I'm varying the video bitrates for each one.

To calculate what my video bitrate needs to be, I just take 2^15/t–40, where t is the length of the webm in seconds.
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File: armed.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
armed.webm
4 MB, 640x360
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File: horror.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
horror.webm
4 MB, 640x360
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>>928246

Yeah, you're doing it wrong. Regardless of whether you use ffmpeg directly or WfR, both have the ability to cut to a selection. You could also take the file into a video editor and crop it manually. Using a recording program to crop is just gonna be lossy unless you use very high recording settings.

There are other methods people use that don't have the ability to crop a source, and they use OBS or video editing software, but you don't need to if you use WfR or ffmpeg directly.

>>928250
I'm just saying, the question was "what is the bitrate" and your answer was "this command." You could tell him what you told me, which is a useful explanation of bitrate selection, rather than the commands which he likely doesn't understand since he doesn't use ffmpeg directly.

Previous statements goes to you too, though. You shouldn't define bitrate either. -crf -qmin -qmax is gonna be better, unless you put speed over quality.
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Pino is best sidekick.
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>>928262
>Previous statements goes to you too, though. You shouldn't define bitrate either. -crf -qmin -qmax is gonna be better, unless you put speed over quality.

Doesn't that leave the filesize uncontrolled, though? Fixing the bitrate ensures I'll always be under 4 MiB.
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File: test3.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
test3.webm
4 MB, 640x360
>>928243
>>928250
>>928262

Alright, let's try this out. From what I checked it's looking even worse than what I was doing before.
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>>928267

Well yeah. You have to use trial and error to get it as close to 4mb as possible. It takes more time since you'll probably be encoding it multiple times trying to get it just right. It'll look better, but it's gonna take a lot longer.
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>>928268
God DAMN. That is one high quality webm, bro. Good job. (You seem to have lost your subtitles, though.)
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>>928263
Wait, why did I make that 360p? It's two fucking seconds long. And why did I leave the sound on, when the scene is practically silent? I'm such a baka.
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File: Koi-KaikiCrabOP.webm (4 MB, 480x270) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Koi-KaikiCrabOP.webm
4 MB, 480x270
>>928273
creditless version

don't use TV rips when BD version is out, especially for OP/EDs
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So, concerning subtitles, I've been using "-vf subtitles=./input.mkv" to encode them into my webms, following the advice of https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/HowToBurnSubtitlesIntoVideo.

However, I tried this on the movie Paprika, of which my copy has multiple subtitle tracks, and it returned the following error.
>Unable to locate subtitle stream in ./Paprika (2006) 1080p [Jpn 5.1 & Eng 5.1] Blu-ray.mp4
>Error initializing filter 'subtitles' with args './Paprika (2006) 1080p [Jpn 5.1 & Eng 5.1] Blu-ray.mp4'
>Error opening filters!

How do you guys encode subtitles into your webms? I feel like I'm not doing it right.
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File: test4.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
test4.webm
4 MB, 640x360
>>928276
Damn, it looked way worse when I was previewing it. Let's try one more. Also the WFR window is kind of fucked up so I can't turn on subtitles.
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>>928292

Thanks m8. I actually saved the one I posted. Most of the anime I have on hand is before I became savvy in the ways of anime, so there's TV stuff around. Now I'm much more vigilant for those kinda things, though.
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File: Kabuki-SnailOP.webm (4 MB, 480x270) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Kabuki-SnailOP.webm
4 MB, 480x270
Since this thread needs more webms I'm going to dump all the monogatari series OP/EDs
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File: Bake-ED1NC.webm (4 MB, 480x270) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Bake-ED1NC.webm
4 MB, 480x270
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File: Tsuki-NCED.webm (4 MB, 532x300) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Tsuki-NCED.webm
4 MB, 532x300
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File: Nise-BeeOP.webm (4 MB, 480x270) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Nise-BeeOP.webm
4 MB, 480x270
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File: Platinum-NC.webm (4 MB, 532x300) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Platinum-NC.webm
4 MB, 532x300
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File: Bake-CatOP.webm (4 MB, 550x224) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Bake-CatOP.webm
4 MB, 550x224
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File: Hana-MonkeyOP.webm (4 MB, 480x270) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Hana-MonkeyOP.webm
4 MB, 480x270
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File: Bake-SnakeNCOP.webm (4 MB, 532x300) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Bake-SnakeNCOP.webm
4 MB, 532x300
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File: Tsuki-NCOP.webm (4 MB, 480x270) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Tsuki-NCOP.webm
4 MB, 480x270
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File: Bake-MonkeyOP.webm (4 MB, 532x300) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Bake-MonkeyOP.webm
4 MB, 532x300
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File: intro.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
intro.webm
4 MB, 640x360
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File: NekoShiroOP.webm (4 MB, 532x300) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
NekoShiroOP.webm
4 MB, 532x300
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File: Paprika_00-11-37.webm (4 MB, 640x344) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Paprika_00-11-37.webm
4 MB, 640x344
Well, I decided it would be easier to just download a different copy of the movie and encode that instead, than try to figure out what was going on with the other one.

>>928336
Okay, that is just unreasonably cute.
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File: Oto-SnakeOP.webm (4 MB, 532x300) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Oto-SnakeOP.webm
4 MB, 532x300
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File: Nise-CrabOP.webm (4 MB, 480x270) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Nise-CrabOP.webm
4 MB, 480x270
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File: Neko-NCED1.webm (4 MB, 480x270) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Neko-NCED1.webm
4 MB, 480x270
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still waiting for BDs to make creditless versions of these next 3
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>>
I think that is all of them.
Let me know if I forgot any.
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>>928336

Pretty sure this came up before, but your version is sped up by a few seconds.
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File: fucking women.webm (4 MB, 900x506) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
fucking women.webm
4 MB, 900x506
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File: 1451710743757.webm (4 MB, 950x534) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
1451710743757.webm
4 MB, 950x534
>>926365
this one?
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Man it takes a long time to make these.
Is the primary determinant of encoding speed your CPU? Or would encoding speed be just as slow even if I had a fast CPU?
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>>928393
Its pretty fast for me famalam
I have a i5 3570k
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>>928393
Number of cores available
Clock rate of your CPU
Architectural improvements (as in, a 3.8Ghz quad core Skylake will be faster than a 3.8Ghz quad-core Haswell).

You probably have a shit CPU of some kind.
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File: fight.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
fight.webm
4 MB, 640x360
For higher quality should I have a lower or higher CRF?

>>928393
Long? How long? It takes about a minute for me and I use a shitty i3. Do you consider that long?
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>>928376
fixed
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>>928397
>You probably have a shit CPU of some kind.

I do, yes. An I-3.

>>928400
>It takes about a minute for me and I use a shitty i3.

:(
My I-3 has been taking several minutes per pass just to encode one shitty little 24 second clip.
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>>928393
Make sure you're multithreading. By default you'll only use 1 core and it'll take forever.

>>928400
Lower number = better quality. It's parabolic.
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File: Paprika_00-18-11.webm (4 MB, 640x344) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
Paprika_00-18-11.webm
4 MB, 640x344
>>928357
>>
When did the anime thread become the newfag webm 101
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>>928359
Zenbu zenbu zenbu zenbu
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>>928420

Today.
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>>928422
Fucking newfags
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File: fight2.webm (4 MB, 640x360) Image search: [iqdb] [SauceNao] [Google]
fight2.webm
4 MB, 640x360
>>928404
What is a default CRF I should go for? Or if I have to constantly change it up, what factors should I be aware of? How much movement there is per frame?
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>>928400
>>928427

wut anime
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>>928427

Hard to say. You just get a feel for it after a while. Intensity, length of scene, etc.
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>>928427
Man, the animation and choreography in Towa no Quon was really fucking good, do you have any webms of his real final form?
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>>928427
wow no wonder youre begging for help your webms are SHIT
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Before you shit up the next thread why dont you make a tutorial thread so you dont cross post shit into threads
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>>928447
His webms seem alright to me.
Assuming it's the same guy who made >>928268, >>928302, and >>928427, I'd say his stuff's turning out fine.
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4 MB, 640x360
>>928436
This? I haven't really finished it yet, so I'm just skipping through it for you.

>>928447
They are? They don't look that bad to me. If you've got advice on how to improve them go ahead.
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>>928400
Excuse me, which anime is this?
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>>928462
Towa no Quon
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>>928400
Is this the same anime as >>928459 ?
The second ones animation quality has dropped significantly.
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>>928459
>If you've got advice on how to improve them go ahead.
yeah stop trying
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>>928466
Kay, not him, but now you're just being a dick.
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>>928468
>KAY IMA NEWFAG WHO LIKES SHITTING UP THREADS
Im not him fyi
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>>928469
I'm trying to post as much content as I can produce. Like I said, though, it's taking forever to make anything.
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>>928469
I see him posting webms and improvings and I also see you only bitching and not posting anything, he is more useful than you will ever be
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>>928474
Nah, I'm the Ergo Proxy / Paprika guy. I haven't been nearly as productive as the guy he's complaining about, because my computer's really slow and shitty.
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>>928476
And I'm moot
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>>928477
… Okay?
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>>928472
>I'm trying to post as much content as I can produce.
YOU ARE IN THE WRONG THREAD THIS ISNT A WEBM TUTORIAL/HELP THREAD
You have shit up this WHOLE thread with your autistic pandering for help for basic functions that somehow you dont get
>I see him posting webms and improvings and I also see you only bitching and not posting anything
because you kukolds took up the bump limit talking about how to make his shitty webms less shitty but you guys only made them shittier.
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Her speaking patterns give me autism
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>>928480
hell he should just go to the request thread if he needs this much help I agree anon he has shit up this whole thread with basic functions but what are you going to do with newfriends
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>>928480
>YOU ARE IN THE WRONG THREAD

No. I am not. I am producing anime webms, and posting them in an anime webm thread. I am absolutely in the correct thread. You are the shitposter here.

>You have shit up this WHOLE thread with your autistic pandering for help for basic functions that somehow you dont get

I stopped doing that a long time ago, made threads on /g/ and /wsr/, got the help I needed, and am now posting webms as fast as I can. Unfortunately, that is not very fast, on account of my crap CPU.
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>>928493
How about you save the thread for future reference (File, Save As), then just go back and delete anything without webms in it and the others do the same? Either way, we're 7 images from the bump limit.
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>>928496
Honestly, this thread is fucking irredeemable. I'll just wait until the next one, then try to post nothing but what little content I can manage to squeeze out.

Actually, my next webm fucking FINALLY finished encoding (after I literally left the room, took a shower, then came back), but I think it's a really good one, so I'll save it for the top of the next thread.
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>>928493
>No. I am not. I am producing anime webms, and posting them in an anime webm thread. I am absolutely in the correct thread.
You are asking autistic questions, you dont even know what your doing this thread is for webms not help making webms then posting them because someone spoonfed you.

>I stopped doing that a long time ago, made threads on /g/ and /wsr/, got the help I needed, and am now posting webms as fast as I can. Unfortunately, that is not very fast, on account of my crap CPU.
So not only do you beg for help on this board but you shitpost on other boards acting like a dumbass for help. I bet youre so new you crossposted to this board. But please keep mentioning how slow it takes you to make them its truly fascinating.
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4 MB, 640x452
I'll keep posting "shitty" webms until you tell me what's wrong with them.
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>>928503
>You are asking autistic questions, you dont even know what your doing this thread is for webms not help making webms then posting them because someone spoonfed you.

I am doing no such thing. I was only doing that last night. I am merely defending the other guy who's doing that right now, because, unlike me (and, notably, UNLIKE YOU), he is actually putting out good content at a decent rate.
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>>928507
>I am doing no such thing. I was only doing that last night.
WEW LAD
>>928506
now youre learning
youll fit in nice now
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>>928506
They're not shitty. The other anon just lives with his mother and has never made anything good in his life, so he hates anyone who can ever do anything better than he can.

That's a really nice one, by the way.
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New thread
>>928523
>>928523
>>928523
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>>925023
Music please
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>>926089
source?
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>>928463
Thank you!
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>>928305
You can't imagine how glad i am to hear this again. I totally forgot about this great show and song.

I did something on your honor, just search for my name Thanks
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>>928402
This is the first time I've heard this song not remixed. It's nice I guess.
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>>926036
what anime?
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>>928669
Owari no seraph
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>>928619
https://vimeo.com/34613718
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>>928368
inoue can actually fucking sing
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>>926056
no sauce in meta.
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>>928246
>I used to record file output from OBS and then make a webm out of it.
disgusting
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>>929076
Oreshura
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>>926061
They're both shit. They're all shit.
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>>924888
What is that anime called?
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>>930335
nvm found it.
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>>929110
i use it to make the keyframe interval 1 so i can scrub in wfr faster, the output file is smaller for almost instant indexing(unlike a movie file), madvr fixes, custom subtitles.. oh and since the output container isn't mkv then actual NLEs like vegas or premiere will actually open it

it also works on everything, unlike some audio delay issues or no support for 5.1 channel
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