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BDs have grain on anime for a purpose. Why do all of these newfags

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BDs have grain on anime for a purpose. Why do all of these newfags want it gone?
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>>121468163
I don't care for grain. All I remeber is one KnK movie had grain and was Bloated. Thanks Bloatgirls!
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>>121468327
It was probably encoded very poorly.
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any decent media player will add the grain via an option that can be disabled. it doesn't need to bloat the file size by encoding them into it.
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>>121468327
27gb
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>>121468602
Remove all grain you start sacrificing quality
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>>121468602
Do you understand anything about the purpose of keeping grain on a film transfer?
A filter would be pointless.
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>wanting grain
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>>121469154
Leave /a/, seriously.
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>>121469169
>>121468163
What purpose is that. You made the assertion, so you defend it, you faggot piece of shit.

You're wrong until you prove to everyone that grain has value.
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>>121469291
For anime mastered on film, grain contains detail.
Removing grain thus removes detail.
It's not fucking hard.
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>>121468163
Do most subgroups keep the grain or is everyone retarded? I usually just watch it without thinking about it, so I didn't take this into account.
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>>121469674

It really depends. But a lot of them have been keeping most of the grain recently.
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>>121469674
Depends on the popularity of the show and quality of the source. Most of the well respected classics that have good transfers have grainy BD encodes, and most of the encoders who are the first to jump on new releases seem to prefer keeping grain in.
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1080 source with grain.
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>>121470357
Grain? On Tamako?
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>>121470509
Just a small section of the ED.
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>>121470568
Interesting, I didn't realize.
It's probably just a filter, though.
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ITT: Dumb retards who think they're being elitist and thus better than others, fail to realize what Signal to Noise and Signal Artefacts are.

Grain is Considered Harmful

Just like 24fps versus Objectively Superior superior 48fps

Sorry you're a fucking pavlovian dog who got trained to expecting shit all the time.
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>>121469408
Except anime, unlike movies, doesn't contain a continuous gamut of colors so the grain almost always doesn't contain detail and actually degrades the image, you fucking faggot.

Nice bullshit cherrypicked not-anime picture

>>>/tv/
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>>121469408
>For anime mastered on film
So, basically nothing from this decade?

Not that "grain contains detail" is true anyway; just for the sake of pedantry, it's more accurate that grain covers or conceals detail. Ergo, grain is bad, but removing it is usually worse than leaving it alone.
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>>121470724
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>caring about video quality of TV anime
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>>121470808
>more cherrypicked examples
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>>121470808
If you read the text at the very bottom, it mentions absolutely nothing about noise/grain removal.

It's just the /co/-analogue of Q-TEC at work.
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>>121470818
I bet you watch streaming in 380p.
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>>121470685
Nice try.

>>121470724
Of course, degraining is more noticeable with live action images for comparison because of the reasons you mention. However, if you think that grain removal does not affect anime then you're wrong, since it significantly affects the lineart and backgrounds.

>>121470772
Yes, this really only applies to pre-digital anime.
I wouldn't necessarily say grain is bad, though it is an undesired affect of mastering on film.
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>>121470963
>Focus on the parts that got worse, not the parts that got better
grain adds literally nothing and is Considered Harmful in the vast majority of that image.
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