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Name:[Asuka-Subs]Evangelion Death and Rebirth (Dual Audio AAC AAC h264 704 x 480 DVD).mkvDate:2011-12-27, 03:07 UTC
Stardom:Only 1 fan.File size:896.8 MiB
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To those who can, please DDL this and help seed as my seeding speed is pretty lousy. The DDL link is on the link located in the Information link. THANK YOU!

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2011-12-27 at 08:34 UTC
Interlaced, uncropped, but FANTASTIC! Thanks!! Merry Christmas!!!
2011-12-27 at 10:36 UTC
I had thought that after being told in the other torrent, you'd learn and make proper encodes, but this one is even worse than before. Not only you still left the video at the wrong aspect ratio like before, you didn't even crop the video, and leave the video telecined. What the hell?
2011-12-27 at 15:34 UTC
Not this again. The aspect ratio is fine.
2011-12-27 at 16:53 UTC
Of course not. Saying they're fine is proof that you don't know anything about aspect ratio in the first place. Let me give some hint: DVDs was meant to be played on old tube TVs. Old tube TVs don't have square pixel; they're rectangular. PC displays have square pixel. Deduce the rest from that

Also, leaving black borders and telecine intact?
2011-12-28 at 22:16 UTC
@RedSuisei, the Aspect Ratio it's 3:2 (even in the scene it's fine), it's correct if the source it's uncropped don't need reencode, only the interlaced should to be notice in the next rip, because in this case the encode soft don't detect it.

@Mad_Dog Thanks again!
2011-12-29 at 10:20 UTC
No. I don't see what's so hard to understand here. These are NTSC DVDs I believe, which has 720x480 resolution and is supposed to be displayed as 4:3. Now that doesn't really make sense, since 720x480 is 3:2, but as I said, old TVs don't have square pixels. So 3:2 storage aspect ratio (the number of horizontal pixels divided by the number of vertical pixels) will be displayed at the correct display aspect ratio (the actual viewed width of the picture divided by the actual viewed height of the video) of 4:3. But PC displays have square pixels, so DVD with a storage AR of 3:2 will be displayed at a wrong display AR of 3:2, not at the correct 4:3 display AR. See where I'm getting here?
2012-04-27 at 17:10 UTC
I think this torrent is dead, cant find 2 seeders, any help ?

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