[Commie] Lupin the Third Part 5 - Volume 1 [BD 720p AAC]

2018-10-18 05:03 UTC
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1.3 GiB
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File list

  • [Commie] Lupin the Third Part 5 - Volume 1 [BD 720p AAC]
    • [Commie] Lupin the Third Part 5 - 01 [BD 720p AAC] [2EBBBE4C].mkv (305.3 MiB)
    • [Commie] Lupin the Third Part 5 - 02 [BD 720p AAC] [19CB1115].mkv (253.6 MiB)
    • [Commie] Lupin the Third Part 5 - 03 [BD 720p AAC] [A50200E5].mkv (277.6 MiB)
    • [Commie] Lupin the Third Part 5 - 04 [BD 720p AAC] [C0DDE898].mkv (293.2 MiB)
    • [Commie] Lupin the Third Part 5 - 05 [BD 720p AAC] [542734E1].mkv (233.9 MiB)


any visual differences between blu?
it looks better
Much appreciated.
Guess I'll wait for the complete set BD's instead :) Thanks for doing this!
Where's the "Is Lupin Still Burning" special?
no one uploaded the DVD with it
You must be using hi10p because this video does not sharpen. If it does not sharpen it looks just as bad if not worse than erai raws/horrible. All encoders please stop using hi10p!!! It is useless codec barely supported by anything. I had to reencode another groups BD's cause they used hi10p you people keep using it. Sure source is better, but it is still smaller than the TV capture sizes. Please make them 500 600 minimum, or there is no way they could be better than TV grabs.
i'm not gonna lie, i have no idea how to respond to something that stupid
So fine, if I am having problems watching and sharpening 10 bit can you give me any idea how to fix it? Forget it i figured it out. 1 download latest MPC-HC. 2 go here and get the updated Shaders ; install them and re-reload them into shaders as they all dissappear : http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-171346.html 3. Enable the toYUV filter first, then whatever filter . i.e. sharpen for me, Voila! 10bit sharpening works, but is still fckd for VLC, then again I can hardly use latest as I am on XP. Your encode is cleaner now that I can sharpen it and examine macroblocking. Still i wish you'd take 23.7654 or whatever BD size is and /divide by 26 to get the largest file size that would fit on one Bluray, then encode your files to that size per ep.
Stop using Windows XP
smengy, are you a time traveler? You should know it's 2018, not 2008.
Please release 1080p version ! (^∧^)
Holy crap, people still use XP? Microsoft stopped supporting it long time ago.