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[Omnicat] <Nyaa> We will of course be playing Star Citizen. If you have a game package with alpha access, you can join our subversion efforts right here. See you in the 'verse!
[07-26, 17:11] <Abunja> there is a noticeable difference in some aspect, shaddrag. although, its hard to tell if you haven't compared both 8-bit and 10-bit versions of it on your own. you can make screen comparisons, too. anyway, i haven't experienced ANY playback problems after i used the playback guide. so, it ends well for me
[07-26, 17:03] <FaiT> shaddrag yeah that sounds about right, I did something like that a few years ago to the same effect. within the last year I bought a 1080p monitor with 90% NTSC color accuracy - that was color accurized by the manufacturer and that made a huge difference. Not software, not 10-bit, actually spending money on technically good hardware.
[07-26, 16:58] <SilverEye26> fudosama, write the name here, maybe I can help you
[07-26, 16:54] <shaddrag> I got a new top of the range i5 PC and was really excited to follow the playback guide and get the best possible picture, followed everything step by step and when I was done I could barely notice the difference on my 23" monitor. So least to say I was a little disappointed.
[07-26, 16:51] <herkz> nowhere
[07-26, 16:45] <fudosama> hey people where I can request a reseed?
[07-26, 16:35] <eternalmetal> On old PCs/laptops I just change the image scaling in MadVR to something like bilinear or nearest neighbor, and check a whole bunch of quality/performance settings until it runs smoothly.
[07-26, 16:25] <SilverEye26> The quality is good and is fast.If you still have problems just disable subtitle animations.
[07-26, 16:23] <SilverEye26> I use PotPlayer, and because I have an ancient laptop I change the video renderer to evr(vista/.net3)
[07-26, 16:14] <eternalmetal> Considering that MPC-HC + MadVR looks the best by a long shot, with options to change image scaling algorithms based on media, and new useful features like debanding and dithering, why would you use anything else?
[07-26, 16:08] <sarachikorita> I prefer MPV which is also cross-platform, or MPlayer2 (from which it was forked) as long as I'm not dealing with a file that has bitmap subs (vobsub/pgs). MPlayer 1 on Windows for DVDs, because the other two are broken; this is a Windows-specific bug.
[07-26, 16:02] <shaddrag> I seem like the only person who likes VLC and has no problems with it :P
[07-26, 15:52] <misaka11> is HxH The Last Mission bd released?
[07-26, 15:46] <BakaYuusha> VLC has issues. It wouldn't even update recently from the program itself. Then when it asks you to send a bug report that also fails. :P
[07-26, 15:41] <pimpbk> dumb users who ask stupid questions and hate lol :-)
[07-26, 15:39] <pimpbk> Yum yum Anime mmmmmmmmm
[07-26, 15:34] <eternalmetal> It also doesnt consider the many people who watch videos on tablets, gaming consoles, etc. Who are usually the dumb users who ask stupid questions and hate on 10-bit for not working, when they should just download the mp4 re-encodes that exist soon after almost every release.
[07-26, 15:30] <Artemix> I don't know... when I use VLC on a PC hardsubs look the game than softsubs..
[07-26, 15:29] <deanzel> Because Mac users just download Deadfish.
[07-26, 15:17] <FaiT> The guide is pretty windows specific.....
[07-26, 15:10] <FaiT> Ah thanks
[07-26, 14:54] <johnbingenchen2014> no games no life is it an animation?
[07-26, 14:07] <Abunja> above this chatbox. both 'this' are links, click the 2nd one.
[07-26, 13:52] <FaiT> where isthis playback guide? I would like to read it
[07-26, 13:01] <kamiwong> abc
[07-26, 12:39] <shaddrag> Nyaa chatbox, now offering counselling and life coaching.
[07-26, 12:25] <Senfu> v That's what I call optimistic
[07-26, 12:23] <jerxou> Depressed? Well, look on the bright side! Compared to absolute, hopeless despair, depression is cheerful!
[07-26, 12:15] <Abunja> he has*
[07-26, 12:14] <Abunja> its seems like he has no financial issues, as far as what he just said is concerned. its more like hes no motivation in life
[07-26, 12:08] <Abunja> maybe because there is almost no contest on some other titles. and on others, maybe the other groups aint doing well
[07-26, 12:08] <[TRVE]> That won't help his financial misery though.
[07-26, 12:05] <Abunja> dont watch too much of these days' anime, it wont help you. worse, you might end up being a pedophile, Profuse.
[07-26, 12:03] <Razeth> Why FFF so blue this season? too many stink.
[07-26, 11:44] <[TRVE]> Get a job. Any job. Get down on your knees and beg, if you must.
[07-26, 11:12] <Profuse> and I have no friends.. one day I made a facebook thinking I could get some new friends but it did not happened so I deleted it.
[07-26, 11:09] <Profuse> What do you do at 4:09 in the morning, because you feel depressed and have trouble breathing which keeps you from sleep? and you're so broke thinking what should I do tomorrow
[07-26, 11:07] <Profuse> Mr. Nyaa you are my role model in life, and I have always looked up to you. I got a personal question to ask you
[07-26, 09:37] <OneCrazyRussian> I am playing 1080p 10bit High Profile fine on Core2Duo E6750 with it. With DirectVobSub it even makes softsub with big texture sizes FAST
[07-26, 09:35] <OneCrazyRussian> Although my GTX8800 doesn't want to do hardware render of Flash videos, only HW decode
[07-26, 09:34] <OneCrazyRussian> Anything from 2006 onward supports hardware h.264, ancient times are before that
[07-26, 09:31] <Senfu> I figured already, nothing could support that GPU.
[07-26, 09:30] <Senfu> I actually tried MadVR on a friends laptop (keep in mind it's from ancient times) and it didn't support it.
[07-26, 09:24] <sarachikorita> Low end is disposable. That should be enough food for thought to make a person shy away from the absolute cheapest of the cheap
[07-26, 09:23] <sarachikorita> Well, yeah. Midrange is probably a better longterm investment for someone who doesn't have a lot of money... I run my computers into the ground
[07-26, 09:22] <sarachikorita> It's not unusual for me to have some crappy, upscaled, 1080i TS that I have to run a ton of filters on and in the end it becomes just 480p...
[07-26, 09:21] <Nyaa> The point being that low-end components actually have worse price/performance ratios, so the total cost of ownership becomes higher.
[07-26, 09:19] <sarachikorita> Pretty sure I can play 720p HEVC. I can play 1080p h.264. That's more than enough, considering I rarely deal with anything higher than 720 except as source material, and most of that is still mpeg-2.
[07-26, 09:17] <Nyaa> What's low-end today is already useless. Consider the completely pointless market segment that is $50 graphics cards.
[07-26, 09:16] <Nyaa> 4T is fast becoming a liability.
[07-26, 09:16] <sarachikorita> I usually go by what was low end 5 years ago - a bit lower standard than Nyaa, but still, if your computer's older than that, you really need to upgrade. My computer's no spring chicken, I've had it for like 3 years and got it thirdhand.
[07-26, 09:09] <Hoshizora> i5 2500k ftw
[07-26, 08:54] <Nyaa> I was speaking generally. Personally, I consider anything that's slower than the mainstream high-end of three years ago too slow. That means components such as 2600K/GTX 680/7970 will all be replaced soon enough.
[07-26, 08:49] <Abunja> well, you've seen mine before and you said it isn't that bad. mine is playing fine with madVR. though, i thought i can get more out of it if i had a high spec'd pc.
[07-26, 08:48] <>>=2> as for madVR: there a profiles with change rules so you can set HorribleSubs to medium debanding, 10bit rips to no deabnding and everything else to low.
[07-26, 08:46] <Nyaa> (You want the A10-7850K if so.)
[07-26, 08:45] <Nyaa> http://www.amd.com/en-us/products/processors/desktop/a-series-apu
[07-26, 08:44] <>>=2> mpv android port never ;_;
[07-26, 08:42] <Nyaa> The playback guide is optimal in all relevant cases. If your hardware is too slow for that, you need to upgrade. Those AMD Kaveri APUs are quite capable and cheap.
[07-26, 08:42] <Abunja> using madVR, i mean
[07-26, 08:39] <Abunja> let me ask, Mr. Nyaa. is the playback guide is the optimal setting for our toasters? or is there a better setting for high-end ones?
[07-26, 08:35] <Nyaa> Even the slowest integrated GPUs of today can use madVR just fine.
[07-26, 08:34] <Nyaa> Fortunately, the playback guide isn't an optional read if you want to use this chatbox.
[07-26, 08:30] <DmonHiro> so, bottom line, many people are too dumb to playback 10-bit softsubs.
[07-26, 08:04] <Abunja> i love my toaster
[07-26, 07:04] <Profuse> When using VLC player with these TV media devices everything lags. Like you're watching something in slow-mo
[07-26, 07:03] <Profuse> I'm too poor to make or buy a HTPC so I buy these crappy ass tv media device that cost 100 dollars, not one of them work with VLC player. It's a pain in the ass using handbrake to convert everything and sometimes the files don't even work.
[07-26, 06:31] <sarachikorita> Two solutions: MPV and VLC. Take your pick. No matter the OS.
[07-26, 06:21] <Rakuzo> install cccp then play your mkv softsub video... done.
[07-26, 05:35] <CrossRyuu> deadfish, hi10 and ipunisher right the ripoffs
[07-26, 05:27] <Hoshizora> >VLC
[07-26, 04:34] <FaiT> or just use vlc....
[07-26, 04:15] <tgamtgamorigin> My post is erased...
[07-26, 04:10] <junh1024> You don't need to be a linux kernel developer to play softsubs.
[07-26, 03:55] <BakaYuusha> @Faggot Your name and comment made me laf. Opening any kind of file for anything on a computer is never that simple. :P
[07-26, 03:54] <Hoshizora> It seems to be for so many people.
[07-26, 03:15] <eternia> too hard?
[07-26, 03:15] <eternia> install lav filters for the videos and xy-vs filters for subtitles
[07-26, 02:55] <Faggot> In both cases, you only need to open the file and everything works. How the fuck is one simpler than the other?
[07-26, 02:38] <BakaYuusha> I don't think it's that they're retarded. Mp4s are just simple for people who don't wanna screw with stuff or have issues but mkvs are better for sure.
[07-26, 02:35] <herkz> i don't have playback issues with most things on this website but then again i'm not retarded like some people seem to be
[07-26, 02:33] <astrum> LOL! Shit. I choked there. Nice one.
[07-26, 02:31] <BakaYuusha> People use DeadFish cuz there's no playback issues. They're good.
[07-26, 01:26] <deanzel> Step 1: Create beautiful soft-subs for your release. Step 2: Have Deadfish rip off your release and release an 8-bit hardsub encode that more users will download due to noobs not knowing better. Step 3: .... Step 4: PROFIT!
[07-26, 01:25] <Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♥❄♥ ☆ CaeX ☆ ♥❄♥ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ> they deserve it
[07-26, 01:25] <Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♥❄♥ ☆ CaeX ☆ ♥❄♥ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ> I just want to end the discrimination and put the honorifics track first on releases with more than one sub track
[07-26, 00:58] <Abunja> hello, rob
[07-26, 00:57] <Abunja> sugoi, mister donut. where did you get your hands on these BDs? that spam release lol
[07-26, 00:44] <OdinYggd> .MKV bundled releases are the best I think. That way you can choose what subtitle and soundtrack to use of what it offers, and it can be quickly converted to .avi or .mp4 for portable device access in whatever format you prefer
[07-25, 23:20] <sarachikorita> What Hoshizora said. By the way, we've got multiple TS perfectionists and we still softsub. :P
[07-25, 23:16] <BakaYuusha> Softsubs are inconvenient at times for people who don't know what they're doing. For instance the people who complain that subs aren't showing up cuz they don't know how to work their player. A lot of people also have problems with 10bit encodes and complain of soft subs not showing up all the time. Softsubs are still nice if you know what you're doing and don't wanna wait for the nice people to re-encode releases.
[07-25, 23:12] <BakaYuusha> Hardsubs and mp4s are loved for the ease of things. If you're not a hard core tech nerd and just wanna watch anime on anything with any player the look for mp4s.
[07-25, 22:29] <Hoshizora> DON'T Hardsub. Anything. For any reason. Ever. Hardsubbing is the best way to burn out encoders and delay releases forever. If you think you need hardsubs to make a good release, you’re either retarded or a TS perfectionist (they’re mostly equivalent anyway).
[07-25, 22:16] <OneCrazyRussian> Softsub allows: better styling, optional animation, use of customized coordinates and etc.
[07-25, 22:15] <OneCrazyRussian> The bad happens when hardsubbed video is stretched. Text looks more blurry the more stretching AND post-effect shaders are applied to video
[07-25, 22:12] <Artemix> What its so bad about hardsubbed subs?, I don't notice any difference.
[07-25, 22:02] <herkz> neither of them sub anything you retard
[07-25, 22:02] <aers> theres nothing HS does that no one else can do. its not like how-to-rip-CR is some big secret.
[07-25, 21:43] <RobbyLob> @MinnaSubs What are some things you've subbed which HorribleSubs has as well? The qualitative differences between your translations is about the only thing worth judging/criticizing.