[CBM]_Hells_(Dual_Audio)_[BD_1080p_x265_10bit]_[7E1740B8].mkv

Category:
Date:
2019-01-25 05:00 UTC
Submitter:
Seeders:
4
Information:
No information.
Leechers:
0
File size:
5.9 GiB
Completed:
1169
Info hash:
3698d7b8264a0db0744d592c91b270b776a7a0fb
Amagane Rinne, an up-beat schoolgirl, has died. Even though she is dead, she still has to go to school. But if she's dead, where would she go to school? In Hell, of course! But making friends in a school filled with demons isn't as easy as it sounds.... (Source: AnimeSensei) --- RESOURCES - AniDB: http://www.anidb.net/a6109 - ANN: https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=7991 - MAL: https://myanimelist.net/anime/4983 --- VIDEO - Video Source: BD-J - Video Codec: x265/HEVC (10bit) - Video Resolution: 1920x1080p HD (16:9) - Video FPS: 23.976 AUDIO - Codec: Dolby Digital Plus - Track 1: English: 5.1 Surround (E-AC3 1024Kbps) - Track 2: Japanese: 5.1 Surround (E-AC3 1024Kbps) - Track 3: English Commentary (AC3 192Kbps) SUBTITLES - Track 1: English Signs & Songs (Official Subs) - Track 2: English Subtitles (Official Subs)

File list

  • [CBM]_Hells_(Dual_Audio)_[BD_1080p_x265_10bit]_[7E1740B8].mkv (5.9 GiB)
Damn, Been awhile since I last watched this :) Thanks!!!!
Unless the source was like that, there's little point in using 1024kps EC3, since 640kps AC3 or 448kps AAC is transparent.

cornbreadman (uploader)

Trusted
-> Unless the source was like that, there’s little point in using 1024kps EC3, since 640kps AC3 or 448kps AAC is transparent. My source is 24bit .wav
I'm afraid you misunderstood the question. The point is that there isn't really any point in sharing bloated-bitrated Lossy versions unless that is literally what was in your source itself, untouched. If the source was 24bit FLAC or WAV, either share that, or share a lossy encode at a *reasonable* transparent bitrate. You've done the worse of both worlds by providing an audio track at an unnecessary filesize, AND introduced unnecessary further generation loss for anyone wanting to make that filesize reasonable. I don't want to give the wrong impression, though - the video encode is very much appreciated! I may at a later date do an audio-release containing streams from a bluray source, and OPUS re-encodes (192kbps for stereo, 384kbps for 5.1), timed for this release.
This is the movie with TeamFourStar as the official Engrish Dub, right? Still danke schön for this.
Great! Thank you!