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  1. Just set the CRF and denoiser as high as it lets you go that way the denoiser can wipe away the details leaving you with nothing that could get pixelated from the lack of bitrate. ETRG and YIFY encodess are garbage. You shouldn't be worried about pixelation though, ETRG and YIFY are full of it, as well as lots of banding, and lacking detail, and yet you seemed to enjoy it. You keep contradicting yourself.
  2. The limit was put in place to prevent abuse, but I suppose I could increase it a little to something like 15 or 20. The thing is, other groups such as the Crusader+ (VIP) group get more than 10. Staff and Donators also see an increase in things such as PM box size, likes per day, etc. Think of it as an increase as you move up the totem pole kind of deal. As you contribute to the community, many doors open.
  3. Hopefully. The anime just kind of ended with no conclusion to anything iirc. I was planning to do a remux release of Sekirei at 720p.
  4. A better version of Pokemon. Gotta catch em all. Basically a mix of Pokemon and Zatch Bell with lots of boobs.
  5. The wraparound jacket band on Sakurako Gokurakuin's 2nd Brave Star ☆ Romantics manga volume announced on Saturday that Gokurakuin's earlier manga Sekirei is returning as a regular series. Sekirei will resume in this year's 10th issue of Square Enix's Young Gangan magazine on May 2. The advertisement for the manga has the subtitle "Kanojo no Inai 365-Hi no Koto" (About 365 Days Without a Girlfriend). It further teases, "One year with his girlfriend gone. One year until she returns." Yen Press describes the beginning of the original manga: Minato Sahashi is a rounin, a two-time loser who's failed his college placement exams. Just as he's contemplating giving up and heading home, though, a chance encounter changes his life forever! Enter Musubi, a girl who literally falls into Minato's life! Musubi is a Sekirei, a modified human caught up in a game in which only one of her kind can be left standing. In order to be victorious in this contest, though, she needs to find her Ashikabi (her fated partner)...and guess who fits the bill?? Caught up in battle he barely understands, can Minato survive "The Sekirei Project" and emerge victorious? Either way, with his buxom new cohort by his side, his life will certainly never be the same! Gokurakuin had originally stopped the Sekirei manga in August 2015. She began the series in 2004 and the series inspired two anime adaptations in 2008 and 2010. Funimation has released both anime in North America. Yen Press is publishing the Sekirei manga digitally, and will start publish the manga in print in July. Gokurakuin serialized the manga Kaisei no Caricature in Square Enix's Monthly Shonen Gangan magazine from September 2015 to December 2016. She was credited with the original idea, setting, and storyboarding, while Hiromu Mogi wrote the story and Sora Gōto provided the art. Gokurakuin launched Brave Star ☆ Romantics in November 2015.
  6. Come to negotiate, eh, have you, you slimy git? Look what I got. *sings* I got a jar of dirt, I got a jar of dirt, and guess what's inside it?

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    2. DabDeity710


      It's not just anime, it's EVERYTHING

    3. SallySubs


      Are we yelling at hollywood for fucking up everything they touch? *silently joins the party*

    4. DabDeity710


      I'm still waiting on Hollywood to get scorsese to make a Trump biopic. It'd be a gangster movie in the vein of Wolf of Wallstreet. It'd be just like Wolf of Wallstreet except for the part where he gets arrested for all the super illegal shit he did because Trump's too gangster to get caught. He's so gangster he even became the head of his country's government LEGITIMATELY. Would that not be the greatest gangster film of all time? But on a serious note fuck Trump, fuck him in his filthy orange butthole.

  7. You asked about how to encode them with minimal loss of quality. Now you're contradicting yourself. 2GB for 1080p, 1GB for 720p, and 500MB for 480p on a 2 hour movie looks like garbage from all the bitrate starvation. Enjoy your details completely washed away behind a bed of blocking, pixelation, and other compression artifacts. It's easy to make em look terribad and get the sizes you want. Just use Handbrake and crank the CRF to 28.
  8. Oh, then I'm not sure the length of each part. It doesn't mention it.
  9. It says right in the first paragraph. "an original two-part "smart CG animation" project titled Soutai Sekai (The Relative Worlds). The first part will premiere via streaming on Hulu on April 28, and the second part will premiere on May 5. " So it's two parts only, and the first will be out April 28th and the last part will be out May 5th.
  10. rickyhorror has ripped it in 720p but he only shared it on AnT. So maybe someone with an account there would be willing to upload it for you here.
  11. Probably because I was seeding it. =P
  12. My favorite is anyone except Canada. FU Canada for sending us Beiber. Nah but seriously, since I've never left my country, I couldn't say what other country I'd prefer other than it. I wouldn't mind relocating to some place that looked nice, never got hotter than 85F, but didn't remain freezing year-round, while having blazingly fast internet within a country that didn't try to block half the internet.
  13. Streaming service Hulu and Hakuhodo's in-house animation studio Craftar are partnering to produce an original two-part "smart CG animation" project titled Soutai Sekai (The Relative Worlds). The first part will premiere via streaming on Hulu on April 28, and the second part will premiere on May 5. The anime's official website features the tagline, "The despair of my world was the hope of the other world." The story is set in Japan in 2020. The story centers on Shin Hazama, and a version of himself who led a different life in another Japan appears. A crack opens in the everyday life that he thought was impossible to change. Boys and girls have to decide what to think and choose when the world changes completely. The battle with another world and another self begins. Craftar is credited with the original work and planning for the anime. Yūhei Sakuragi (The Case of Hana & Alice CGI director) is debuting as director at Crafter and writing the script. The artist PALOW. is designing the characters, and Rui Tomono is providing the concept art. Hidehiro Kawai (live-action television series Quartet) is composing the music. Craftar and Lucky Pictures are collaborating on CGI production. Sakuragi previously worked with Studio Ghibli's Hayao Miyazaki on the planned "Kemushi no Boro" (Boro the Caterpillar) CG short for the Ghibli Museum. He also served as CG director for Japan Animator Expo's 32nd short "Neon Genesis IMPACTS," which debuted in 2015. Lucky Pictures worked with Sakuragi on the short. Craftar previously collaborated with Marza Animation Planet to produce a 13-minute short adaptation of Genki Kawamura's Moom picture book. Hulu Japan and California-based studio Tonko House are also planning a series of shorts titled "Dam Keeper no Nakama-tachi."
  14. The official website for the anime adaptation of Avex Pictures' DIVE II Entertainment music label's "Escha Chron" stage recital project announced on Saturday that the anime will be a two-episode OVA. The website also revealed a new key visual and two "guest" cast members. Wataru Hatano will play guest character #1 Junta Kasai and Rina Satou will play guest character #2 Shiori Saitō. (Note: Name romanizations are not official.) DIVE II Entertainment had presented the stage recital during its "D-world vol.0" event on July 10. The "heartwarming" anime's story follows the two titular women Escha and Chron, whose contrasting personalities are like the sun and moon. The two women are from "Terminal," a future post-apocalyptic world that's empty and monochrome. The two women cross worlds and arrive in the present day, which they call "Transit." As Escha and Chron experience the light (scenery) and sound (music) of the real world, the future world of Terminal gradually changes into a more vivid world. Kiyono Yasuno and Chika Anzai are reprising their roles from the stage recital as Chron (pictured above left) and Escha (pictured above right), respectively, for the anime. Seiji Mizushima (Fullmetal Alchemist, Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Concrete Revolutio) is serving as chief director of the anime at studio Lerche (Assassination Classroom, Danganronpa The Animation). Hikaru Yamaguchi (Mr. Osomatsu storyboard and episode director) is directing the anime. Tatsuya Takahashi (The IDOLM@STER, The Eden of Grisaia) is writing the script, Toru Minazuki (To Heart) is the original character designer, and Satomi Watabe (Aikatsu!, Aikatsu Stars! design) is adapting those designs for animation. Hifumi,inc. is composing the music at DIVE II Entertainment. Terminal is credited with the original work.
  15. The official website for the television anime of the Granblue Fantasy smartphone role-playing game began streaming a new promotional video on Friday. The video highlights a scene where Gran first meets Lyria, and previews the anime's ending theme, "Sora no Parade" (Parade of the Sky) by HARUHI. The website also announced this month that Kazuhiro Yamaji (The Boy and The Beast's Iozan, One Piece Film Gold's Gildo, Gintama.s Uranus) will join the cast as Eugen. Previously announced cast members include: Yuuki Ono as Gran Nao Tōyama as Lyria Rie Kugimiya as Vyrn Miyuki Sawashiro as Katalina Hiroaki Hirata as Rackam Yukari Tamura as Io Rie Tanaka as Rosetta Emiri Katō as Sierokarte Tomokazu Sugita as Drang Kanae Itō as Sturm The website also revealed a new key visual earlier this month featuring the series's characters. The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX, BS11, Tochigi TV, and Gunma TV channels (and the AbemaTV service) on April 1 at 24:00 (effectively, April 2 at midnight Japan Time or April 1 at 11:00 a.m. EDT). Aniplex of America will stream the series on the services Crunchyroll, Daisuki, and Anime Strike. Aniplex of America describes the story: This is a world of the skies, where many islands drift in the sky. A boy named Gran and a talking winged lizard named Vyrn lived in Zinkenstill, an island which yields mysteries. One day, they come across a girl named Lyria. Lyria had escaped from the Erste Empire, a military government that is trying to rule over this world using powerful military prowess. In order to escape from the Empire, Gran and Lyria head out into the vast skies, holding the letter Gran's father left behind - which said, "I will be waiting at Estalucia, Island of Stars". The Zankutinzeru-Hen (Zankutinzeru Arc) anime special already debuted on Tokyo MX and the Abema TV streaming service in Japan, and Aniplex of America streamed the special on Crunchyroll, Daisuki, and Anime Strike. The television series was also originally slated for January. The anime adapts Cygames' Granblue Fantasy smartphone game. Yuuki Itoh (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha ViVid) is directing the anime at A-1 Pictures with Ayako Kurata as anime series director. Cygames itself is credited for the scripts, and Toshifumi Akai (Kokoro Connect, Sound of the Sky) is designing the characters. Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy games I-XI), Tsutomu Narita (Final Fantasy XIV composer and arranger), and Yasunori Nishiki are composing the music. BUMP OF CHICKEN performs the anime's theme song "GO."