The Concurrency of the End of Evangelion 0.00 (v3) [480p, Tri-Audio] (Unofficial re-up)

2018-06-14 15:00 UTC
File size:
4.4 GiB
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Re-up of my copy of Concurrency v3, hopefully it is not corrupted. You can attempt to download the original upload from the link on the "Information" section above. Below is the original torrent description if the above link fails. "This is a fanedit combining both episodes 25 & 26 of Neon Genesis Evangelion, and End of Evangelion. The seemingly disparate scenes of each source are arranged in chronological order, as indicated by the original scripts. Hopefully this fanedit enriches your enjoyment and understanding of Evangelion, and clearly shows that both endings were meant to be one entity. Some people claim they’re tonally dissonant, but complementing each other doesn’t necessarily mean matching each other. Credit should go to Sailor Star Dust of the evageeks forums for her original concept, scripting, and general contributions to this project. Credit should go to SommenRider for reassembling the footage in the best possible order, with revisions to SSD’s layout, and editing video, audio, and subtitles. The sources come from the [Bloat] encodes. Audio track 1 is Japanese 5.1 AC3, track 2 is Japanese 2.0 AAC, track 3 is English 2.0 AAC. A minimal sharpen filter via your choice of player helps with the live-action sequence; I just didn’t want to force it in case it wasn’t to everyone’s tastes. (I screened it with slight sharpen and some film grain, gave the whole thing a really 80’s look.) If there are any issues, please let me know. I looked at it on both of my computers with various players and it was fine, but when using my friend’s laptop to screen it at a convention, there were damaged frames and such. But I would like this to be the final and definitive version."

File list

  • The Concurrency of the End of Evangelion 0.00 (v3) [TRI-AUDIO].mkv (4.4 GiB)

Comments - 4

I have a copy dated from back around July 2015 and CRC is [1279771D]. If that matches you are hopefully still good/not corrupted (or at least only as corrupted as the original if that last statement is true in the description).

lousydude (uploader)

Since I wasn't the original uploader/editor, I put the corruption warning 'cause I wasn't sure if my copy suffered from any hardware data degradation, and I'm also a filthy pleb that doesn't do file checks/ checksums. Just saw the file sitting on my drive unseeded, and thought to reseed that's all.
The previous copy still has seeds anyway - I for one have never stopped seeding it..
I still enjoy watching this.