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Anime de Wakaru Shinryounaika 07,08 @ Edit / TS, 09+ @ TL / TLC (unassigned)

TV Batches
Okusama ga Seitokaichou!
Wife Theater 01-12 @ Script merging, 13(OVA) @ TL
18+ 01-13 @ Batch fixes; round deux
Okusama ga Seitokaichou!+! @ Public QC
Utawarerumono: Itsuwari no Kamen 13-25 @ Public QC
Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen @ Public QC

BlurayDesuYo

Gakkou Gurashi Vol. 1 @ QC, Vol. 2 @ Timing/TS
Love Lab Vol. 7 @ TS/QC
Majimoji Rurumo Vol. 1-6 @ Release (begna112)
NGNL Vol. 6 @ somewhere
??????? Vol. 1 @ Editing (begna112)
Utawarerumono: Itsuwari no Kamen BDBOX1 @ release, BDBOX2 @ Encode
Magus OVA2 @ Edit / TS
Koukaku no Pandora Vol. 4-6 @ encode
Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya 3rei!! Vol. 2 @ Encode
Flying Witch Vol. 1 @ Encode
Dimension W Vol. 2 @ Shifting
Ao no Exorcist: Kyouto Fujouou-hen Vol. 1 @ TS Fixes

Bluray Batches
Re:Zero @ Public QC
Koutetsujou no Kabaneri @ Public QC

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Dimension W – 07

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32 comments to Dimension W – 07

  • Humberto H

    Hi, I came to complain.
    That joke for today’s episode, meeehhh. Do it over.

    Thanks for the episode :D

    • HerpaDerpa

      Haha! It gave me a good chuckle. Anyway good episode, sets the next one up very nicely.

      My only question is… when does Batman show up?? Ask this question aloud in the theater very loudly the next time you see a superhero movie (that does NOT include Batman as one of the characters). Preferably about 2/3 through the movie. Bonus points for timing it to coincide with a dramatic scene!

  • Thanks for the release! (did you change something in the op kfx? I was noticing it seemed a bit “laggier” than previous episodes…)

    • HerpaDerpa

      I didn’t notice any changes. These days though I run Win10 and I don’t want to screw around with codecs, so I just run VLC. I used to be adamant about being minimalistic and only installing the necessary filters and codecs. But I got tired of updating different things manually and troubleshooting. Then again, VLC is much better than it was many years ago when I was critical of it. On my el cheapo 860K, looking at the performance monitor while running the opening for eps 6 and 7 they seem to consume around the same amount of cycles. Averages around 20% usage overall, with two of the four cores occasionally spiking up to 40-50%.

      What hardware and software are you using? If you were already kind of at the limit then even a minor change could cause decoding to fall behind.

      • Except that if you want a truly good all-in-one player, you could get mpv :V

        • I run MPC-HC with the lastest CCCP on my pentium n3530, W10 notebook and I did notice a massive change in performance yesterday though testing re-running the episode today it seems fine. Maybe my pc was running a bit hot after about 10 hours lol. Not sure why HD is spouting random stuff if it all works fine for him though XD

          • HerpaDerpa

            Like how I looked at how much CPU time it chewed to verify that there was no issue with the encode? FMS. Anyway that processor doesn’t have a lot of headroom. I doubt it can handle HEVC. It’s basically a higher-clocked Atom. But I don’t think mainstream encodes will go that route for a couple of years.

          • It can handle HEVC quite well actually from what I have watched that is HEVC (HEVC is seeing relatively slow adoption but I wouldn’t say it will take years or even a year before everyone is using it). To compare your results for the OP, my CPU averages about 30% with spikes to 40% on longer lines. (also if you download CCCP from their project page http://cccp-project.net/ it comes with MPC-HC and it has an auto-check for updates feature so it’s no more a pain to use than VLC)

          • Period

            I guess it’s worth commenting that DDY only officially supports CCCP or KCP. VLC may work with our releases, but we don’t test it.

          • HerpaDerpa

            Thanks Period, I’ll keep that in mind if I ever have a problem. A lot of the issues I encountered with packs like CCCP had may have faded with time but I just haven’t bothered to go back that route. Plus it is bundled with a customized MPC-HC, and I don’t really care for MPC-HC myself. For what it’s worth, generally speaking I think you guys do a damn good job on the whole package, including the encodes.

            With regards to performance Shirogai I was only referring to the opening. During the rest of the episode usage is typically lower and on top of this decoding AVC isn’t intensive enough for the CPU to run at full tilt. Outside of gaming and benchmarks I haven’t run anything that has pegged the clocks high. What have you watched that is HEVC (H.265)? I can’t recall any of the groups I follow actually using it yet. I’d like to see how some really heavy (high profile) HEVC encodes run.

          • I only gave the CPU usage for when I was watching the OP, I haven’t had stutters happen with a ton of releases but when it does happen it always happens during relatively heavy KFX. Underwater-muTW are running HEVC on their Ajin releases and they run fine, I have some other HEVC/x265 stuff but it’s archived atm and I don’t want to check it. (I probably had overheated my computer a bit, which makes my first comment irrelevant now)

          • Period

            HEVC, 10bit 4:4:4, and other types of demanding encodes all play fine with my old Phenom ii x4 955 with KCP. I use MadVR with smooth motion as well, which is even more demanding. I do have a R9 270x though so I’m sure that helps.

            Smooth motion is actually the number one reason I recommend someone switch away from VLC to something that uses MadVR. No, it’s not interpolation, it simply runs the renderer itself at vsync. You’d think that wouldn’t change much, but it makes so much of a difference you can’t understand until you compare.

          • HerpaDerpa

            MadVR is pretty good. The things I like about MadVR the most are the high bitrate processing and the high-quality up and downscaling, I don’t always care for the effect some of the filters have. But filters can be disabled IIRC. However your performance is only going to be as good as your graphics horsepower – MadVR uses shaders for almost everything.

            Also the old K10 architecture of your Phenom II was always solid for these sorts of tasks. Don’t sell that 955 short! The big L3 cache helps too. I’ve got a Radeon 380 myself (4GB) and I’ve been very pleased. Especially for under $200.

      • Saitama

        Just use MPC-HC

        http://www.mpc-hc.org

        VLC is for, ya know, Linux users who have far less options.

  • macxxx007

    JOY!

    Thanks for the episode!

  • HerpaDerpa

    I wasn’t advocating everyone use VLC. I am saying:

    – That’s what I use and there’s no issues here
    – It’s a lot better than it was in times past
    – No performance change between Ep 6 and 7 (I was running the performance monitor while testing)
    – Don’t care what other people use IF it works – OP is having issues so just letting them know my setup
    – VLC works on almost every platform they even have an Apple TV port not that I’d ever own an Apple device

    I do not care for MPC-HC anymore. As far as competing self-contained all-in-one players go MPV looked good but no compelling reason for me to switch. Maybe if I start running a lot of heavy HEVC 4K content and run into performance issues? But thus far no problems.

  • skyhackreallyskyhack

    Been using CCCP/MPC forever, and it works just fine.

  • Me-Mania

    I’m just gonna go ahead and sit here in the corner watching my anime in my legally purchased copy of Zoom Player while browsing the Internet in Opera, wondering why I feel so damn lonely all the time.

    • >tfw I actually use Opera as my primary web browser

    • HerpaDerpa

      I stopped using Opera when they switched to Chromium codebase. It was basically Chrome with a different coat of paint. Now I use Edge mostly with Firefox as a backup. I think that puts me in the minority. If you need plugins though, Edge isn’t an option – at least not until Redstone update adds official plugin support.

      Oh and I’m not opposed to buying software if it has a reasonable price tag and it’s good to me. For example I bought mIRC. :D It just so happens that any players I’ve used have been free.

      • Eh, the switch to Chromium had its positives and negatives. The main pro was that it gave Opera a level of website compatibility that it had been sorely lacking for many years. But it lost a number of end-user features in the transition.

  • Brevon

    What going on with episode 8? The side bar still says @Air.

  • Saya

    Thanks for the episode. I’m use K-Lite codec pack. K-Lite is always has uptodate codec and MPC-HC. Sometimes in a week, it release two update. The episode play really fine in my PC. As for the quality video, MPC also has almost same option like Color ACSII but with difference name. I’m also use custom render output color in my AMD Video Setting. Now all video look more better than original Color ACSII output. MPC-HC is really good media player. It as so many option especially when you use MBC that are from K-Lite Mega Codec Pack. It will give so many customization not just video quality. I’m not say VLC is not good. Sometimes VLC was better option to play some video but as a user, we need to explore any features much as possible that what we get before we make final decision.

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