[UnkSubs] Code Geass Fukkatsu no Lelouch [eng] SRT Subtitles Only

2019-12-08 15:53 UTC
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SRT subtitles extracted from the [UnkSubs] Code Geass Fukkatsu no Lelouch release, tested working with the raw bdmv rip. Works great with my 1080p H265/HEVC + FLAC release from here: https://nyaa.si/view/1202020 which should have better quality than all the other current H264 releases under 20gb.

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  • [UnkSubs] Code Geass Fukkatsu no Lelouch [eng].srt (124.1 KiB)
Whoa thank you. I downloaded the Ohys raw a while ago. Glad it won't go wasted.
Thanks for the subs i downloaded Ohys raw :D
Thanks for the subs I also download Ohys-Raws files. There are people that get it and people that think they can make it better by using non-standard codecs. Isolated is all anyone will ever get out from them. Let me put it a different way. What would you rather have? A file that plays on almost any kind of media player or a file that plays on none, HEVC, 10bit (h10) & 12bit(4:4:4) only plays on a computer. Visually HEVC it's not any better than AVC. People have brainwashed themselves into believing the video looks better. And to save HD space something else has to be sacrificed. The only way HEVC really saves space is by denoising by default, which degrades quality. Even with the frame rate(41.0000FPS compressed) increased. Two equivalent quality encodes between HEVC and AVC are almost always roughly same size. There's only one very noticeable difference between the two. HEVC takes 4x as long to encode. This is exactly why NO reputable encode group creates with HEVC. Because there isn't any reason to needlessly spend 4x as long encoding for roughly same file size and quality to get something that will only play on//thru a computer. Thus only real reason for HEVC usage is HDR concerns with 4K sources All non-standard codecs like HEVC,h10 found their way into Anime by the same people trying to slowdown sharing. Its being accomplished with the help of every Anime fan in the world that uses those codecs.