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ragnawind

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  1. Currently, here, it seems to be on IRC subbed, but there won't be a dual audio or sub version until at least the first dub episode streams on FunimationNow. There should be some torrents out there, though.
  2. yeah, this just came out yesterday. Someone will eventually upload it, even without a request.
  3. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find ANYTHING about LM346 on a GBA GamePad. All that I can find with that is information on a chip with that designation.
  4. I've never seen that kind of device before for a GBA. Is it similar to something like this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/GBA-GamePad-/181877638801?hash=item2a58c08691:g:qu8AAOSwQPlV~34k or http://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-VTG-GAMEBOY-GAME-BOY-ADVANCE-GAME-PAD-ADAPTER-HIP-GEAR-/182235220002?hash=item2a6e10c822:g:zvwAAOSw0OJXLpzT
  5. That seems to be the preferred capture device, even for game streaming, and has been for awhile. That is the exact same device I have., the AVERMedia DVD EZMaker 7. I think I bought it for about $50 a couple years ago. I have a few problems with it with VHS I recorded myself coming up with the error that the video is copyright, which is why I need a Digital Video Stabilizer to bypass it on some of my VHS. It is also supposed to work on actual copyright VHS tapes.
  6. You will only be able to convert mostly stuff you recorded yourself, but it would likely be very difficult to actually record anything without a PC. You might be able to use a DVD Recorder, if you have the appropriate cables, but you would also likely need a digital video stabilizer to bypass encryption, which can still be falsely detected on VHS tapes you recorded yourself, which would prevent recording without the stabilizer. Personally, I just use a device from AVER media that I got for around $50 with RCA and S-Video connectors that plug-in via USB. Originally, I used my laptop with an Intel Core i7, but have since switched to using a desktop I got last year with an Intel Core-i5 from a newer generation of CPUs. It came with Cyberlink Power Director 10. Before I can actually transfer some of my old VHS tapes, I still need to get a Digital Video Stabilizaer myself. I have been using this to transfer my nearly 800 VHS tape recordings to the PC to put on DVD (using VSO ConvertXToDVD). I need the stabilizer for the hundreds or so of retail VHS tapes. In other words, as long as you can get even a cheap USB to RCA/S-Video capture device and a good capture software program, you should be fine, as well as the Digital Video Stabilizer for the things that are detected as copyright.
  7. You should be able to just search on the Funimation site, as long as you are in a supported region, but you need an account with a subscription. Otherwise, you have to wait until someone rips it and posts it somewhere.
  8. An internal drive is definitely better for a lot of things, except for the space limitation, which has been taking awhile for them to increase 2.5" drive capacity. Also, not all external drives require an external power source. Many probably do, but there are also plenty that get power via USB, as well. I have a really old external hard drive that has a cable with a data-only USB connector and a power/data USB connector. That is only a 160GB drive, though. My newer 2TB drive uses its own connector type, but it doesn't require power at all. An external hard drive does require power, though, but even regular USB drives can be used for the data expansion, like a portable backup hard drive, such as the Seagate Backup Plus Slim, that I have..
  9. The audio is already in the video on the disc. You would have to modify the video itself to change the audio available, since DVDs are often NOT re-writable, especially DVDs of actual shows or movies whether official or bootleg, since they are already finalized and cannot be finalized again.
  10. Not entirely sure on what exactly you mean by this, but if you mean when ripping a DVD, you can use practically anything, as long as you can decrypt the DVD with something like DVD Decrypter, DVDFab, or AnyDVD HD. Once it is decrpyted, you can use any program to rip in and choose which audio tracks to use. If you don't want to bother during the ripping process, you can just do a rip and then use MKVtoolnix to re-mux the file and remove any audio/subtitle streams you don't want in the video. If you want to remove the audio directly from the DVD, however, that is impossible. You would have to rip the DVD with the audio you want and then burn a new one.
  11. SSD only provides a slight performance boost and only for digital downloads, since physical games still need to read from the disc with their full installs. A hybrid would likely be better and cheaper. The USB 3.0 support is available and a better alternative to full on SSD. You can add up to 8TV with external storage and 4TV with an internal 2.5 inch SATA drive.
  12. For a lot of cartoons, it doesn't really matter. However, for those with an actual continual plot like Avatar, I watch in the order they air, when I watch them at all. Shows like Tom and Jerry, Looney Tunes, etc. doesn't matter about the order. Anime (Japanese cartoon) I always watch in release order, though.
  13. It was pre-owned, but apparently, nothing was wrong with it. The PS$ Pro has more to offer than just 4K, also. It allows games to run at closer to a constant 60FPS with less framerate drops and supports HDR, also, which doesn't require 4K or even an HDR-capable TV, though it is better with an HDR-capable TV. The Switch currently doesn't have much for me, currently, but will within the next few months.
  14. He said on IRC that he got it for $280. I will eventually upgrade from my launch PS4 to the PS4 Pro, but that will have to wait until I get the Nintendo Switch, since I would rather a new system over an upgrade for an old one.
  15. Unfortunately, Atlus has already said it will never be on a platform outside of the PS3 or PS4, or at least not on a system other than Playstation. spin-offs are possible on other platforms, but not the game itself, like Persona Q. Even Persona 4 with its Golden remake was still Playstation exclusive.