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  1. Hello my name is Gilbert, I am currently trying to get a project off the ground. I have 2 decent PCs I can use for rendering and I already have done some working creating my own custom version of warriors of the wind, bubblegum crisis, and a few other releases. My project involves both Dragon Box sets of DBZ, Jap DBZ dragon box set for video and USA dragon box for English audio. I would very much like to upscale the dragon box to 1080p clean up the video and color correct it. I was inspired by a guy who has already completed a project similar and then refused to release it... So I did some digging and research and this is what I found online. Here is what he was able to find " AnimeBytes Avisynth - Lanczos4Resize? Filtered Dbox to showcase the effectiveness of free tools DVD (R2) Left = Region 2 Dragon Box Right = Colour Corrected, Stabilised, Denoised, Sharpened. More specifically, it has been Denoised, Sharpened, Stabilised and Colour Corrected 3. YUV has been remapped from 16-235 to 0-255, 16-235 is a false colour scale and was only used to accomodate old TVs. This means that blacks will actually be black and white will actually be white now. 4. Colour intensity has been increased by 11.65% to stop colours from looking washed out. 5. Every episode has been Inverse Telecined to change the soft telecined interlaced framerate of 29.970 (the standard for NTSC TV) to the true 23.976 progressive framerate. There is no visual difference between these two other than the native switch from interlaced to progressive, most players will auto de-interlace anyway. 6. The pixel aspect ratio has been switched from 10:11 to 1:1, this results in a change of aspect ratio from 720 x 480 to 648/652 x 480. 7. The black border buffer has been cut off as much as possible without losing any picture detail, there will still be some borders because the cropping that needs to be done is different for the first and second half of each episode however the final encode can only be one resolution. To minimise this problem I have averaged the cropped resolution of each episode and used that as the basis for calculating the final resolution. 9. I have added a Contour filter that makes all lines appear more defined or bold, however the real purpose of this filter was to remove blur, the next filter I added counter-acts the bold effect. 10. I added a Sharpen filter that makes lines thinner and gives the image a sharper cleaner look, this can make super thin lines disappear entirely but with the effect of Contour, this should not happen at all. I have yet to see a line disappear compared with the Dragon Box rip and I have very picky eyes. 11. Perhaps to your dismay, I have applied Noise Reduction. This was a hard choice, I did two encodes of the first episode, one with NR and one without and I came to the conclusion that the NR one was better. The benefit of NR is that the small 'dots' or 'grain' that appears everywhere on the screen with the dvd rip is blended together to smoothen out the picture. In this picture the left segment is what the grain looks like and the right segment is what it looks like with NR applied. The downside to NR is that very small tiny detail is potentially lost when it is surrounded by a different colour. I have seen the effect of this but it is very minor and is something I'm willing to accept as the price of the smoother looking image. 12. The video has been encoded with a 2 pass variable bit rate between 570 - 620 Kb/s depending on the length of the episode. This makes every episode fit almost exactly 100 Mb which would mean the whole series would take up 29.1 Gb. he episodes I'm doing will be upscaled to 1080p (for best quality on HD TVs), stabilised (wayyy less jitter, less than the blurays), colour corrected (the dragon box's are known for bad colours), denoised (temporal, not spatial like my old settings) and sharpened (with overshoot/undershoot limiting to prevent haloing/ringing). Each episode will also have the US replacement music as well as the 5.1 English Dialogue + Original Japanese music. They will also have the japanese track from the ORIGINAL BROADCAST (which, if you dont know, is EXTREMELY rare and is the best quality in existence). Not even Toei Animation has the audio in this quality. Each episode will also include the previous episode preview as well as the next episode preview which has now been correctly placed immediately after the episode end and not after the credits. The opening and closing animation for each episode has been cut. The orange bricks were hd remasters which were then downscaled to 480p to adhere to dvd standards. Automatic or not, the film scan was tampered with and is where these "remastered" sets were born from. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfuB7q558sM Ashura, I did ask him once, because he did something like this. Here's the response: Hi, I'm not sure if your familiar with Avisynth but if you are I used: #Restores 23.976 fps AssumeTFF() TFM() VinVerse Tdecimate(mode = 1) #Sharpening LimitedSharpenFaster(exborder=4, strength=150) AAA() #Denoise MCTemporalDenoise(settings="high") #Colour Correction Tweak(sat=1.17) Then I opened that .avs with TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works and added the filters: Contour: 100, Wide Sharpening: 15 (This is the difference between the pic and video, the video has this filter and the pic doesnt) And that was encoded with x264 with settings: cabac=1 / ref=1 / deblock=1:1:1 / analyse=0x1:0x131 / me=umh / subme=9 / psy=1 / psy_rd=0.40:0.00 / mixed_ref=0 / me_range=16 / chroma_me=1 / trellis=2 / 8x8dct=0 / cqm=0 / deadzone=21,11 / fast_pskip=0 / chroma_qp_offset=-2 / threads=3 / sliced_threads=0 / slices=1 / nr=100 / decimate=1 / interlaced=0 / constrained_intra=0 / bframes=0 / weightp=2 / keyint=240 / keyint_min=23 / scenecut=40 / intra_refresh=0 / rc_lookahead=60 / rc=cbr / mbtree=1 / bitrate=800 / ratetol=1.0 / qcomp=0.60 / qpmin=0 / qpmax=51 / qpstep=4 / vbv_maxrate=800 / vbv_bufsize=786 / nal_hrd=cbr / ip_ratio=1.40 / aq=1:0.60 And it took my computer 6 hours to encode I think the result is magnificent. The biggest problem is the denoise as it is difficult to remove noise without destroying detail. MCTemporalDenoise does a good job of denoising while keeping most detail, I think the trade-off with these settings is worth it but each to their own I guess. " Anyone who can help me make heads or tails of all this and of course help me correct the settings because these settings the guy at least admitted were older than his last settings... Im ignoring his file size quotes cause I know they are going to be decent size per eps, I would also like to encode in 10bit. I do feel the steps he takes in the order does improve the quality of the upscale and over all image. and IMO this would be a much better release than the "Remasters" where they cut and crop
  2. Dragon Ball is the source of all living things. It surrounds us, it penetrates us, and it binds the galaxy togeth- Wait a second, I'm thinking of The Force. But while I will gladly argue that Dragon Ball and Star Wars intersect in many ways, this is about Dragon Ball. For the past year, I've been collecting every single piece of officially licensed home video with the words "Dragon Ball" on it. Sadly, there are just some things that money can't buy - namely R2J Dragon Boxes, I mean those things are fucking expensive. That's why we here at Kametsu want to share as much of it all with as many of you all as possible. Listed below, you will find every Dragon Ball thread across all three Anime Download sections that is worth checking out. If you're looking for the Orange Bricks, then go fuck yourself. Dragon Ball Dragon Ball: Dragon Box [R2J DVD] [Dual-Audio] [Ecio] The flagship project for Dragon Ball on Kametsu. Dragon Box picture with Funimation audio tracks. Currently on hold until Ecio returns.Dragon Ball RF (RF=Reduced Filler, Fan Edit) [R2J DVD] [Dual-Audio] [WhoIsTheMilkMan] An ambitious fanedit project inspired by Dragon Ball Z Kai. A new but certainly welcome addition to the Dragon Ball community on Kametsu.Dragon Ball Movies 1-4 [DR] [Dual] [DBNL] DBNL's now less-than-standard release of the four Dragon Ball movies includes an inferior encode of the Ocean dub of Movie 1. A Capsule Corps time machine to the past when Vorbis was king.Dragon Ball - Movie 1 [DVD] [Dual-Audio] [Kametsu] ​One of Forummaster Koby's contributions, a DVDRIp of Funimation's 2010 release of Curse of the Blood Rubies with new cast. This being Koby, you'll have to learn how to use XDCC if you want it.Dragon Ball (Harmony Gold) [Ecio] Quite the rare commodity among hardcore Dragon Ball fans, this is the long-lost Harmony Gold dub of Dragon Ball movies 1 and 3. Synced to the Dragon Box, these videos have Japanese audio spliced in where undubbed. Now if anybody can find those first five episodes that they dubbed, I'll finally be able to sleep soundly again.Dragon Ball: BLT Production (Ocean Dub) [uploaded by Ecio] What's a Blue Brick? This 1995 dub from Ocean prevented us from seeing Goku slapping Bulma's crotch until 2009.Dragon Ball Blue Water Remastered [manifestx] An exhaustive, ongoing compilation of TVRip audio for the Blue Water dub of Dragon Ball. Dragon Ball Z Dragon Ball Z: Dragon Box Z (R2J) [DVD] [Hex/Quint/Quad-Audio] [Ecio] The flagship project for Dragon Ball Z on Kametsu. Dragon Box Z picture with multiple selections of Funimation audio tracks. Currently on hold until various items fall into place.Dragon Ball Z Level Sets [1080p] [Ecio]A BDRip of the fan-favorite Level Sets from Funimation that were unfairly cancelled. What? No... I'M NOT CRYING. NOT.Dragon Ball Z [bD-1080p] [Dual Audio] [DHD]The successor to their previously widely-distributed Orange Brick DVDRip, this is an archive of DHD's (formerly DBNL) BDRip of the current Funimation Blu-ray Season Sets, which feature "selective" cropping. Pfft, whatever that means. At least they stopped using Vorbis.Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods (Uncut & Theatrical / R1 BDRip / Dual Audio / EXTRAS) [Clutchins]Bloated beyond reason, this BDRip of both the Theatrical and Extended versions of the 2013 movie Battle of Gods was made by yours truly. Extras coming soon. (They're all on Youtube at this point.) [update Dec 2014: Video no longer bloated. Extras available. Apparently they weren't all on Youtube... ]Dragon Ball Z: The Ocean Dub Collection [Various]Migrated from Cartoon-World, this classic thread chronicles the concentrated efforts to preserve the highly nostalgic Ocean dub of Dragon Ball Z in its various forms. A subbie's worst nightmare.Dragon Ball Z Big Green/AB Group Movies [KariyaSama] One of the more curious parts of Dragon Ball Z's history, the AB Groupe "Big Green" Dub made for Toonami UK features horrendous voice acting and laughable translations. Perfect for watching with friends.Dragon Ball Z: Speedy Video Malaysian English Dub [Arian] While not quite the Holy Grail of DBZ, these hard-to-find VCDs holding Speedy Video's English-language dub are wanted enough by fans that they are willing to donate any copies found online to the threadmaster. Seriously, how did anybody know about these? Dragon Ball GT Dragon Ball GT: Dragon Box GT [R2J DVD] [Tri-Audio] [Ecio]The flagship project for Dragon Ball GT on Kametsu. Dragon Box GT picture with Funimation (and Blue Water?) audio tracks. Check the thread for more details on extra tracks. Series is complete, but A Hero's Legacy remains to be encoded by Ecio.Dragon Ball GT Blue Water Dub Remastered + HQ TV Rips [Xegoog]Most likely discontinued since Xegoog has gone on to bigger and better things. Nevertheless, this thread houses his efforts to collect the Blue Water dub for GT.Dragon Ball GT - 16.5 - A Grand Problem (Recap) [DVD-480p] (Dub) [Kametsu]Another one of Koby's contributions, this dub-only recap episode of the Black Star Dragon Ball saga was the very first installment of GT aired on Toonami, as Funimation thought that the first saga wasn't "action-y" enough. The first saga was aired two years later, proving once again that Funimation should just let us tell them what we want. Dragon Ball Z Kai Dragon Ball Z Kai (Parts 1-8) [720p 4:3 & 16:9] [GameStar/DemiVegeta, Uploaded by Ecio]Another migrated thread from Cartoon-World. (Man, that place must have been something!) Ecio presents to us the 20th Anniversary 2009 reversioning of Dragon Ball Z. Noteworthy here is the inclusion of DemiVegeta's rescoring of Parts 5-8 of Kai to include options for the Yamamoto score for English and Japanese audio tracks until episode 95, when they canned his ass.Dragon Ball Kai (2014) [HDTV 720p] [Maintained by KariyaSama]Currently the official way for a Kametsu member to watch this year's adaptation of the Buu arc in Dragon Ball Kai. Started by Ecio, this project is maintained weekly by dedicated member KariyaSama. WANTED Various Blue Water episodesBits and pieces of Westwood Ocean episodes (check the thread)Dale Kelly Recaps for the Ginyu Saga and Cell Games SagaBig Green Dragon Ball movies 1-3, GT SpecialSpeedy Dub Dragon Ball movies 2 and 3, Z movies 11 and 13Harmony Gold episodes (yeah right, like that'll ever happen)BONUS: Ultimate Dragon Box (R2J / Remastered / Multi-Audio) [Clutchins] The culmination of the efforts of several people on and off the forum, this is the last Dragon Ball project that ever needs to be. I aim to make this the best version of Dragon Ball ever. Period.
  3. I'm looking for Dragon Ball Z / GT / Kai episodes in 480p. The ones that are uncut & are from the Dragon Box. Mr. Kimiko already uploaded DBZ and GT but those links are down Also user iBreaker uploaded all DBZ episodes. Those links are still working but they are in 1080p. The thing is, my PC is old and lags while playing 1080p. So i was wondering if any one of you guys could upload them in 480p. Thanks a lot.
  4. Look man, I just want a higher quality season 1, the saiyan saga, of DBZ abridged. The episodes are shorter, and I'm pretty sure the dbz level sets should work well. I want the definitive version of dragon ball z to be in a higher definition than 360p.
  5. I am looking for the original funimation dub of Dragon Ball Z and not the remastered dub. I downloaded the episodes I currently have from a website named dbz-media.nl. I am now looking for episodes with the same audio but with better picture quality. Torrents would be great, but any other way is fine too. Thanks
  6. I'm looking for an untouched, uncompressed version of all 291 episodes of Dragon Ball Z as dubbed by Intertrack. This is the Mexican Dub that everybody loves and I want to include it in the Dragon Box project when I get working on it. If anybody can send it to me, compress the hell out of the video to make the file size bearable but don't compress the audio please. I just need the audio and the subtitles from these DVDs/ISOs. And before anybody directs me to any torrents, I've checked them all out and none of them have what I need.
  7. So I'm sure most of you have seen Kirbopher's post that he made late Saturday night regarding Ocean Kai. If not, here's what he said: Believe it or not, all hope is not lost here. We all have to band together and get Teletoon to see that we want this show on the airwaves. Go to this link, https://www.teletoon.com/en/info/contact Go to "I want to make a suggestion" and request "Dragon Ball Kai produced by Ocean Studios." You can be elaborate or keep it short and sweet. Just get the message across. If enough of us email them, they may consider it. Thank you for your time. -Arian
  8. Hello Everyone i have around 150+ DBZ EPISODES IN HINDI WHERE SHOULD I UPLOAD THEM?
  9. Hi, I'm looking for the Ocean Dub episodes of Dragonball Z, can anyone help me find them?? Watch online or download, I'm happy with either. Please, the OCEAN Dub, NOT, the FUNimation Dub.
  10. Looking for episodes of Dragon Ball Z in English with Bruce Falconer music
  11. Hi, I would like to know if anyone knows what the OST album is called, where I can get this song: Https://mega.nz/#!E8diSRAA!0qClv2evvSUM551ci_4CXzSrNOdybVivCnIFA3fk6Mo It is from Dragon ball Z of the boo saga I would appreciate it very much.
  12. Hi .. sorry for bothering again .... But I would like to know if someone can give me the demux BDs, the 2 OP and the ED Dragon Ball z Level 1.1 and 1.2, without croping Please, I just need the intros and the ending .. I already check the ones that exist in the forum, but I need no crop. Thanks in advance
  13. Hi, first of all i would like to thank all the contributors here for helping other people out in getting the content they need. I just stumbled upon kametsu a couple of days earlier in search for the ocean dubs and found ecio's post, unfortunately those links aren't working past episode 14 anymore but then i found Mr. Kimiko's ISOs and am currently trying to download them. Anyway, my question is that I have been unable to find any way to scrape the ocean dub episodes into XBMC. TheTVdb only has the Funimation episodes and they seem not to let anyone add the other dubs. So is there another way to do this? Maybe someone has already created the nfo files and would be kind enough to upload them for everyone?
  14. Hi everyone, I'm wondering if it possible yo create English subtitles that are larger than what companies and fansubs offer. Any help would be great as there are many series I want to watch but am unable to do the size of the sub's. Thanks in advance.
  15. I originally posted this as a long. branching status with each sentence in its own comments. This post has been edited and expanded from its original text. TEXT: I have often compared Dragon Ball Z to Star Wars in terms of story, cultural significance, and importance to each respective genre. When you look at the big picture of both franchises, there are a number of striking similarities. Today I'm going to talk about one big difference between the franchises And though I'm going to focus on what might seem like a small aspect, it will have major ramifications. I think Kanzenshuu and the bigwig rare Dragon Ball collectors/archivists (you know who I'm talking about) could learn a thing or two from the Star Wars fanbase. I see more transparency and willingness to share content over at originaltrilogy.com than at Kanzenshuu, and that's partially because of Kanzenshuu's strict no-piracy policy. Even the guys restoring the original trilogy from rare 35mm prints have been completely cooperative with the community about their efforts, and while they have been working on it for several years now, the forumgoers are patiently awaiting the final product because they know it takes time and effort. They also have come to terms with the reality that Lucasfilm will never truly embrace the non-special edition ever again, and so they have taken the matter into their own hands. The hardcore Dragon Ball fans who have gathered tapes, recordings, and other such paraphernalia have stored all those items away in a hole somewhere never to see the light of day ever again. They're too afraid of big, bad Toei to share any of this goldmine with the true fans. Instead we have waited for either Toei or Funimation to do anything with the property, but in the end we all get the long, hard shaft because too many fans either don't know or don't care about the true version of the show that aired from 1986 to 1997. There are times when I feel like we're all part of some clandestine, underground movement to restore Dragon Ball to its former glory (re: quality). But nobody who wants the true version actually has any resources that could accomplish this and the people who DO have them are sitting on their asses feeling good about themselves. These people need to wake up and smell the roses. They need to realize that they have the power to make the dreams of all the hardcore fans come true. I think a big hurdle for these people is the threat of piracy. Well let me copy and paste the time-honored code of Fan-Edits and Preservations, which is what would categorize a project of this flavor: -Flavor text taken from an entry on originaltrilogy.com Sadly because we are a part of the anime community on the Internet, it is assumed that we only support any effort that forgoes payment. However, since this is about Dragon Ball, let me posit this. Isn't Dragon Ball, in its various forms, a staple in most anime fans' collection? Don't you think there's a good chance that any given Dragon Ball fan owns at least the Orange Bricks, one of the best selling anime box sets of all time? These fans have paid their dues (in more ways than one) and easily qualify to possess any fan-edits or preservations. The one thing keeping together the Star Wars preservation community is the clause that we've all heard Team Four Star say at the end of their legal disclaimers in every episode of their parody series: "Please support the official release". Lucasfilm, to my knowledge, has never cracked down on originaltrilogy.com because of this code. Granted, none of the actual links to these projects are posted publicly on the site, which bypasses the piracy issue entirely. I wish Kanzenshuu had that same kind of policy. All the hardcore fans on the Internet congregate there and have fervently discussed the shortcomings of every home video release of the franchise. But if the forum were to adopt a filesharing policy like the one that originaltrilogy.com has, far fewer people would be clamoring for the "final form" of Dragon Ball, so to speak, and it would open up discussion of the franchise even... further... beyond! But where would we host all this delicious content? Why, the same place you can find Star Wars files dating back a decade ago: A certain private torrent tracker with the same name as an organ of the human body (you either know what I'm talking about or don't here, sorry). It's a place, nay a haven for fans of long-lost material and fan projects, and one of the stipulations for uploading content is that it not be commercially available, which is crucial to its ecosystem. I'm surprised that at least more of the international fans have not found this website and already set up shop there. It is home to swaths of old TV recordings, semi-professional edits and restorations to movies, and countless color corrections. And all three of these are elements that the perfect Dragon Ball release require to hold up to fan scrutiny. I urge Kanzenshuu to support fan-edited and fan-preserved content that is distributed fairly amongst fellow supporters of the official release. As long as the disclaimer is properly displayed to the prospective downloader, there is nothing wrong or illegal with sharing content of this nature. Allowing such content to be discussed and even distributed privately would foster a sort of community-wide goal to achieve the perfect version of everybody's favorite anime series. Star Wars fans have experienced such a community for nearly two decades since the release of the much-derided Special Edition in 1997. In almost the same amount of time, Dragon Ball fans have sat back and watched as the powers that be slowly dismantled the original version of the iconic series that Fuji TV aired once upon a time. Don't you think it's high time we take our show back? DISCLAIMER: I have nothing against Kanzenshuu, VegettoEX, or anybody I "mentioned" personally. I am a member of kanzenshuu.com, originaltrilogy.com, and the website I mentioned towards the end which I choose not to disclose here out of respect for privacy. I am also aware that a few of those rare collectors have worked with Toei personally about said rare material, but those talks have achieved very little. I do not support or endorse harassment of any parties mentioned.
  16. Source http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-07-15/dragon-ball-z-gets-new-2015-film-by-creator-toriyama/.76681
  17. I'd like to see what Fusion-Rips did with their old release of Dragon Ball. I don't have an IRC client sadly. Can anybody help me out?
  18. http://asiandvdclub.org/details.php?id=58249 If you know me well then you'll know that I have been trying to get back my ratio on ADC lately because it is currently 0.060. Can somebody please grab this for me and share it via MEGA? Thank you.
  19. I'm not planning to do anything with Kai until I finish one or more of my other DB projects, but I still want to centralize all the different versions of Kai. The version we currently have in Ecio's thread is incomplete. Because it is based on Funimation's Parts 1-8, it lacks the Kikuchi score tracks for episodes 1-52. It's also based on their Blu-ray video rather than the Japanese video, which is preferable but not necessary if we can't get it. I don't want to have to rely on that old version either for audio or video. It is actually possible to recreate the entire thing from scratch and make it better. Here's what we need: Japanese Blu-rays from 2009-2011 (I think they are here http://asiandvdclub.org/details.php?id=68203) Japanese Blu-ray Boxes from 2014-2015 (http://asiandvdclub.org/details.php?id=85883 http://asiandvdclub.org/details.php?id=86781) Funimation Parts 1-4 on Blu-ray Funimation Seasons 1-4 on Blu-ray Yamamoto Revival Project for English dubbed Yamamoto episodes 53-98 (He's mixing the last three episodes from scratch since there is no official Yamamoto version of those episodes) Japanese original run HDTV rips for episodes 77-95 (audio quality needs to be optimal, it could look like a VHS for all I care) I'm currently seeding back golden torrents on ADC so I can't grab anything on there just yet. If anybody has the Funimation Blu-rays, just MakeMKV rip them. I might get them in the future when I have disposable income, but for right now we need these especially because Parts 1-4 are out of print.
  20. it's me ramzi,posting production in after effects.i am flash animator.& i inspired dbz.but i am also do audio editing.
  21. So, I've just started here and I'm curious to what it is like. Any tips for me?
  22. http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-LTCfEQW5UtM/UL0_k78DAkI/AAAAAAAAADg/YDMCCJYIgb4/s1600/Lord+Slug.jpg http://retrodustbin.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/dragonball-z-movie-5-coolerc2b4s-revenge.jpg The covers look like the ones above^ Does anyone own the original Funi Singles of movies 4-11? Or rips of them? I'm talking about the FS ones, not the WS cropped ones.
  23. Yes, I know they're crap. Yes I know they're cropped, and yes I know they're inferior. I still want them. MKV Rips with a decent bitrate plz. Any decent file host such as MEGA, 4Shared, or MF will do.
  24. Several years back I downloaded the Dboxes from this user on Demonoid (seems like an eternity ago). Anyway, now they're all dead and I deleted them forever ago because at the time I didn't have enough space. They were the Funi Dboxes and were in great quality. Long story short, after a long absence, the site is back, but all of the torrents on it are deader than dead. Does anyone by chance still have them?
  25. Can't seem to find complete Dbox rips in decent quality anywhere. Don't care if it's the Funimation version or the Japanese version, I'd just like to have them but they're so friggin' expensive. Dual audio with subs preferred.