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Name:[GJM] Mahou Shoujo Ikusei Keikaku - Volume 2 (BD 720p)Date:2017-02-06, 03:44 UTC
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Mahou Shoujo Ikusei Keikaku - Volume 2 (BD 720p)

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deadman80
User
2017-02-06 at 04:29 UTC
Thank you
nyann
User
2017-02-06 at 06:19 UTC
Thank you for your nice release.
It's always good to have more Mahou Shoujos in my basket.
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evilglass
User
2017-02-06 at 06:42 UTC
oversized for 720p media, i think it sould around 170-250mb / mkv
Fyurie
Moderator
2017-02-06 at 06:45 UTC
If you want 170-250mb, you'd be getting some pretty horrid-looking stuff.

eXmendiC definitely made these a bit big, but they should not be as small as you're suggesting either, I can tell you that.
xXedgelordXx
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2017-02-06 at 07:20 UTC
It's oversized yes, but 250mb would look like shit.

Thanks GJM.
Gobliph
User
2017-02-06 at 07:46 UTC
What happened to good old 1080p BDs?
mtobob
User
2017-02-06 at 07:48 UTC
@Gobliph

Legends say that if you make 720p files big enough, they transcend the bounds of their resolution and become equivalent to 1080p.
Fyurie
Moderator
2017-02-06 at 07:49 UTC
Encoders taking source resolution more seriously, it seems.

More and more encoders prefer not to upscale sources, and keep them at or close to the resolution the show was mastered at.
evilglass
User
2017-02-06 at 11:51 UTC
@fyurie if u understand how x264 works and how to optimize x264 u can make 170- 250mb /mkv (<300mb) file with good quality (w/ 720p res), usually i re-encode raw 900 ~1300 kbps video & 96kbps aac / 64kbps opus with megui, 900kbps for any a1/diamodea/deen anime, & around 1000-1300 for high quality like kyoani /ufotabe anime , for me 900mb with 720p res is oversized
evilglass
User
2017-02-06 at 12:01 UTC
of course with x264 slower present & disabled fast skip
ZASTIN
User
2017-02-06 at 12:19 UTC
The problem is that these are BDs. Its certainly not strange to see a CR reencode with an ordered dither fall around 200 MB, but this is supposed to be for archiving.
zetsu_shoren
User
2017-02-06 at 14:28 UTC
how bout 350-450mb?
that seems like a reasonable enough size range
eXmendiC
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2017-02-06 at 15:25 UTC
Time for shitposting.

@evilglass Legit or a troll? No way you can have that file size with the same quality. 96kbps aac and 64 kbps opus are way too low. I prefer opus with 128 kbps, but I used qaac here on Fyurie's request. I may admit that it's a bit big. I've used crf=13, but even with crf=15 you should have 500-600MB. I usually just use values like that, if I don't plan to encode a (useless) 1080p. Don't forget that this is 4:4:4 as well.

@Gobliph The BD is terrible and I had to use some magic to make it watchable. Native resolution is 720p, so a 1080p is pointless with no quality difference (and probably bigger file size).

@mtobob Dunno if you said that ironic, but it's not 100% untrue. I don't see a problem with a 720p as big as a 1080p, if you don't plan to release a 1080p. I rather use some low crf values to have more quality in motion scenes than a 1080p with no visual benefits.

@evilglass I probably think you are the one that has no idea how x264 works.
neko-raws
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2017-02-06 at 16:08 UTC
brain = job = money = new HDD ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

evilglass: you obviously dont know shit ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Petoyusa
User
2017-02-06 at 18:35 UTC
helltilt can make good-looking encodes with 500 MB per episode :^)
mtobob
User
2017-02-06 at 20:26 UTC
Well, I or anyone else can just reencode if we think the crf is too low, 4:4:4 is unnecessary, etc. Better a release that captures too much detail than too little, since one is easily "fixed" and the other is impossible to fix.
kalbertv43
User
2017-02-06 at 20:33 UTC
Is it time to move to x265 yet?
eXmendiC
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2017-02-06 at 21:21 UTC
@kalbertv43
You can reach the same quality and a smaller file size with it. It's just 4x slower than x264 with that. So ... no.

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