[Some-Stuffs]_Jojo's_Bizarre_Adventure_Golden_Wind_25_[98B09B63].mkv

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Date:
2019-04-12 00:20 UTC
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Seeders:
14
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some-stuffs.com
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1
File size:
394.9 MiB
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3008
Info hash:
687ee732667b54a3a2f68731a292f7da141b5341
This is our first Jojo release encoded in H.265 (AKA HEVC). Please ensure that you are using a decent modern media player such as Media Player Classic with CCCP, Potplayer, or VLC for playback. If you experience playback issues or would like to give us feedback, feel free to hop on our Discord server and talk to us. Gyro: Quality Check, Typesetting, Timing, Encoding Josh: Editing, Release Check Lord Starfish: Translation Check Special Thanks: Puto

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LCE

User
inb4 complaint that the video won't play from someone using a 7 years outdated player
PotPlayer has the unfortunate tendency to auto translate stuff, like "Giorno" as "Day." There might be a setting to disable that, but I haven't messed around with that. The typesetting might look off with PotPlayer, too. For anyone that has issues with Media Player Classic with CCCP, try uninstalling and reinstalling. My issue was the audio played but there was no video; uninstalling and reinstalling fixed it.
@LCE what if i say i using a 70 year old pc watching this.....and it make of an outer space stone.

LCE

User
I'd say you've done a fantastic job keeping that old beast alive
i can't watch this on my graphing calculator wtf toni y D:
@axelstone007 I use Potplayer and I've never had any of the issues you're describing. It's never translated anything for me, that just sounds weird.
Significantly better encode than before. Wasn't particularly enjoying the artifacting during attack flurries in the previous releases. Nice to see that fixed up.
As long as the file size doesn;t become unnecessarily bloated over this change (something that most HEVC encoders just don;t seem to get, the file size should be SMALLER due to better encoding, which you do seem to understand so far), then it should be al fine.