Posted by: Genichiro | March 12, 2011

Yutori-Chan 09v2-10

Okay, I fixed the AR of nine, and I got ten done, too. Isn’t that wonderful? You know, I would love to have a computer dolled up like Yutori’s. Maybe I should buy one of those kits.

Also, we here at Tondemonai Fansubs hope for the best for all those affected by the recent disaster in Japan. We wish the best for all those affected.

Yutori 09v2

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Yutori-Chan 10

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Responses

  1. Many thanks for all the new episodes.
    With next episodes you start with new ones, as there are no other subs. I still can’t wait. ❤

  2. Why encode at 852×480 instead of just setting the aspect ratio to 16:9 in the MKV? You’d make better use of the bitrate that way. (Though 1500 kbps is still totally overkill for this show.)

    Looking forward to new episodes from DVD source either way, though. Thanks for sticking with this.

    • Good question; it messed up the subtitles if I do it that way. I can adjust them to compensate somewhat for the stretching effect, but it doesn’t look as nice as doing it this way. It also has the benefit of not stretching the video as it’s playing. Oh, and I always go for overkill when encoding. Really, though, the DVD raws are at about 1400 kbps, anyway; the extra hundred is for the subtitles, more or less. :3

      • If you set scale X% to 84.4 in the ASS styles settings, the subs will get stretched out to the exact same width as they are on the non-anamorphic encodes.

        You should try using crf 18 instead of 2-pass 1500 kbps and see if you can notice any difference in quality.

      • I could do that, but I’m not big on doing crf encodes. Never had successes with them before. I did know about setting the scale for the subtitles. I’m married to my current methods, but thanks for the tip all the same.

  3. Thanks for the release, guys! :3

    • Thanks for watching it 😀


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