[SAD] Made in Abyss Movie 3 - Dawn of the Deep Soul | Fukaki Tamashii no Reimei [BD 1080p HEVC10 FLAC2.0]

2020-10-03 16:43 UTC
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[Asenshi-MTBB] finally released! So here's v1. Encode has Moderate-Safe AA to deal with most of the aliasing, Moderate Denoise, Moderate Debanding. Subs from [Asenshi-MTBB] - https://nyaa.si/view/1286047 Media Info: https://pastebin.com/W19VBxZG Frame comparisons: https://slow.pics/c/ap6JuKmb Improvements from v0: Better subs from [Asenshi-MTBB]. Slightly better quality video CRF 16.8 down to 16.3 with better settings optimizations. Better filtering with lower denoising and better AA to blur lines less while fixing the aliasing better. Error: Somehow the audio track got labeled as "English" this is a mistake, the track is Japanese. This shouldn't be a big issue as there's only 1 track, so I'm reluctant to upload a new version to fix this. I apologize for this mistake. **The "Maruruk's Everyday" shorts can be found here - https://nyaa.si/view/1286527 You can find the 1st recap movie "Journey's Dawn" here - https://nyaa.si/view/1282911 and you can find the 2nd recap movie "Wandering Twilight" here - https://nyaa.si/view/1282912** If anything is broken or wrong comment it.

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  • [SAD] Made in Abyss - Dawn of the Deep Soul [BD][1080p][HEVC10][FLAC2.0][09F37F69].mkv (3.8 GiB)
It's ok to use chapters. No one will hurt you. (besides me) https://pastebin.com/raw/NfUqP9E0
Chapters are scary. I'll try to become less scared of them in the future.
It's ok, they're not that bad once you get to know them.
@Simplistic is this a CRF 18 "UNTOUCHED"?
What is the reasoning and/or methodology behind picking a 16.3 CRF over a flat 16, 17, or 18? Is there some sort of tool you are using to measure quality or is it just manual comparison? Wouldn't tweaking the parameters like aq and psy-rd be sufficient for fine tuning?
**@StazCherryBlood** Can't tell if you're joking or not, but this is CRF 16.3. When I make my "own" version I'll probably just add the audio to this if it looks good enough (haven't watched it yet). *Which would make it untouched if I do remake this because it would be audio only*.
@Yurasuka I generally do short test encodes iterating on parts of the filtering or encoding and comparing them, for this movie I encoded about the first 2 minutes 21 times to get a result I was happy with at a bitrate I was happy with. Using decimal CRFs just gives more control than just jumping up or down by whole numbers.