[Xanth] To Heart (TV + omakes) (1999) DVDrip x264 10bit Dual Audio

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## To Heart (TV) (13 episodes + 6 omakes) (1999) **Source: US/R1 DVD (Right Stuf)** **Video: x264/AVC 10bit, 700x478, 4:3** **Audio (TV): Japanese AC3 (untouched) / English AC3 (untouched)** **Audio (omakes): Japanese AC3 (untouched)** **Subtitles (TV): ASS Full Subtitles English / ASS Signs & Songs English** **Subtitles (omakes): ASS Full Subtitles English** "Fujita Hiroyuki is an always sleepy and difficult to motivate high school boy, but he has a kind heart, and the gift to make friends with girls easily, like his good childhood friend Kamigishi Akari who has always looked out for him. They hang out with the calm Satou Masashi and the hyperactive Nagaoka Shiho from the parallel class, navigating the challenges of school and daily life — such as seating placement in class, clean-up duty, or going for karaoke..." (AniDB) http://anidb.net/anime/414 Based on a dating sim VN (which unfortunately has no official or fan translation). #### Video notes: - IVTC on DVD volumes 2-4. Volume 1 was interestingly progressive NTSC with just duplicate frames so decimate was enough, but it had obviously been deinterlaced at some point during production, and not that well so episodes 1-4 have some jaggies and flickering lines. - Removed halos and rainbows - Removed most of the dotcrawl, as much as was possible without generating extra issues - Stabilized screen shake - Moderate denoising Video quality gets a bit better in general after the first volume (episode 5 onwards). The omakes are worse though. Wasn't the best of sources but based on this article Right Stuf did a decent job I guess: https://www.rightstufanime.com/anime-resources-to-heart #### Subtitle notes: Minor editing, typo fixes, op/ed karaoke, animated signs and typesetting -X

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  • [Xanth]_To_Heart_DVDrip_dual_AC3_x264_10b
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_01_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[72D92C94].mkv (233.8 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_02_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[564D566B].mkv (268.0 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_03_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[238A29D9].mkv (251.4 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_04_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[E184EBBB].mkv (243.9 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_05_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[FB411B6D].mkv (231.5 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_06_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[5F03A915].mkv (231.0 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_07_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[8DB0A0EB].mkv (196.4 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_08_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[AF9B2EBA].mkv (239.5 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_09_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[11E383B7].mkv (196.0 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_10_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[9A7A9F87].mkv (219.1 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_11_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[389AFA44].mkv (235.7 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_12_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[94A7328E].mkv (236.2 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_13_DVDRip_dual_AC3_x264_10b_[404882E0].mkv (183.7 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_Omake_01_DVDRip_AC3_x264_10b_[F05DC1BC].mkv (27.3 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_Omake_02_DVDRip_AC3_x264_10b_[005AF6D1].mkv (30.7 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_Omake_03_DVDRip_AC3_x264_10b_[65E9D1FF].mkv (42.3 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_Omake_04_DVDRip_AC3_x264_10b_[5BE620C9].mkv (26.9 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_Omake_05_DVDRip_AC3_x264_10b_[C9A7CCF2].mkv (31.1 MiB)
    • [Xanth]_To_Heart_Omake_06_DVDRip_AC3_x264_10b_[A3F655ED].mkv (32.7 MiB)
I've been wanting to watch this. Thanks!
I love this show. It's sweet, quiet... and I have fond memories of watching it while I was really sick. Made me feel better.
Um... What program did you used to encode these DVDs into x264?

Xanth (uploader)

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>Um… What program did you used to encode these DVDs into x264? I'm part of the "old school", so, roughly this: - Extract the ISO's or directly rip in file mode via DVD Decrypter - Next, index the mpeg2 files using dgindex - Then, select and configure all needed filters in an avisynth script, and preview in virtualdubmod - When all filters are configured and the result looks good, encode video in MEGUI (could also do it in Virtualdubmod) - OCR the subs via SubRIP - Then fix and manually edit the subs in Aegisub (including signs and typesetting), and save as .ass - Optionally re-encode the audio tracks (in MEGUI) - Mux everything together in MKVToolNix - Release - Profit... oh wait
Someone uploaded R2 here, can you compare video quality if you still have the R1 ? https://nyaa.si/view/1204279
I've been really wanting to watch this and couldn't find it anywhere, so thank you so much for this!