BanG Dream! LIVE - THE CREATION ~We are RAISE A SUILEN~ [BDRip 1080p].mkv

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![alt text](https://i.slow.pics/Wd5H746w.jpg) BanG Dream! LIVE - THE CREATION ~We are RAISE A SUILEN~ by RAISE A SUILEN (6th LIVE) - BDRip 1080p AVC 8-bit FLAC MKV - Performed the December 29, 2019, in LINE CUBE SHIBUYA - Blu-ray released in April 21, 2021, with the limited edition single: "EXIST" --------------- [RAISE A SUILEN 7th Single - EXIST [Limited Edition]](https://nyaa.si/view/1404327)

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Just wondering, what's the CPU you've got, and why you're encoding in AVC and not more modern HEVC or other more modern royalty-free codec (VP9 or AV1)? Is it because that those more modern codecs are "not as widely adopted as AVC, so that it taxes more on CPU, when encoded and decoded via CPU"?

keeso (uploader)

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I have a ryzen 9. I prefer AVC to playback on almost all devices.
Poppin Party×SILENT SIREN対バンライブ「NO GIRL NO CRY」atメットライフドーム Is there anyone who can share it?

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Sorry I forgot this one... I just bought it, so I will upload it probably next week.
Better late than never. @keeso: Dude, you've got a power of at least 12 cores and 24 threads. That is at least 2.75 times faster than my R3. If the video is too long, just leave your computer overnight to do the job. *Unless if you've encoded it on a laptop with 8C/16T R9... you get the idea.* Sure, it takes longer time to do at UHD, but we're *ONLY* talking about 1080p at 23.976 FPS for this. According to Hardware Unboxed, a 59:15 long video in x265 Fast **ONLY** needs half an hour to encode that video on a laptop R7 5800H. Now imagine doing this with your CPU. We are living in 2021, more and more hardware on lower-end are coming out with H.265 decoding support. Almost every device in my family has some sort of dedicated HEVC decoder. I'm sorry to sound rude, but how many people you saw on the Internet for last year, that didn't had a proper HEVC decoding block on their graphics unit? I'm very curious to hear on what devices you're ***still*** trying to play your H.264 encodings on daily basis. And one more question, when I still have ability to edit this comment: What x264 encoding settings you use, and do you apply any filters, such as deinterlacing, denoising, etc.?

keeso (uploader)

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@DmitrysMedia I don't know why you want to convince me to encode in HEVC but this my choice to encode in AVC. HEVC has its advantages and its drawbacks, like AVC. For my use, AVC is just enough. The video quality of a live content in BD is globally medium or even bad. So if i use HEVC, yes I can improve a little bit the video quality but not very significantly. Same for 10-bit, yes I can improve the quality, especially for the debanding, but for me this is also not very significantly for a live content. I apply only debanding. I can use others filters like TD-RAWS does, but in my opinion, they are destroyers. Yes, with denoising, degraining, ect., you can get an illusion to have something very clean, but no because so much details are lost... Anyway when I watch a live content, I watch to focus on the audio quality, not for watching the video quality So a decent video is enough for me. I still use my old TV 1080p, purchased in 2013 to playback my live contents but cannot decode HEVC ^^ Best regards.
@keeso I already own about 200 GBs of high quality virtually indistinguishable from BD in HEVC. And if all of them were in AVC (more compatible/industry-standard) at the same quality, that might end up taking 60 more GB of storage on my hard drive. > So if i use HEVC, yes I can improve a little bit the video quality but not very significantly. Or you can go another way, decrease your usual bitrate by 35-53% to get the same quality, according to Netfix's VMAF tool. > I watch to focus on the audio quality I wonder, do you hear difference from say highest Vorbis/Opus bitrates (500+ kbps) compared to your FLAC encoding, and do you have a proper audio setup to hear that? There's always a method, how to get ability to play HEVC videos on that TV: Get a set-top box, that has those decoding abilities. I made my 40" Sony TV in living room more smarter by getting that from Xiaomi, installed Kodi on it, and boom, HEVC at UHD no problem. *Albeit it's now in kitchen, and my grandma only cares about Live TV as an alternative way to watch it after analog TV shutdown here in 2019. Last question: Do you allow us to reencode your encoding to something smaller in newer efficient codecs, assuming the Quality Control rules been checked, and you've been credited there as the original encode? Sorry for some misconceptions about the video codecs theory, I'm not a codec expert, but all I know, that the technology is only moving forward, and at some point, the HEVC might become the next dominant video codec next to AVC.

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OK, the reason you would like a HEVC video is to save spaces in your hard drives. > Or you can go another way, decrease your usual bitrate by 35-53% to get the same quality, according to Netfix’s VMAF tool. Sorry, if I use HEVC, I will use it for the main reason it was created: do better than AVC at same bitrate. Make something to take less spaces doesn't not matter for me. FLAC is technically better than lossy codec, so yes I can hear a little bit some differences with my DT-770 headphone with a DAC. HEVC is for me not ready to be a standard. A lot of people still use AVC, so why private them... If 1080p BD will be in HEVC, maybe I will think about the migration. I encode also TV animes, by studying different ways about how to encode decently. So, as I said before, this is my choice to encode in AVC, especially for live contents and knowingly. > Do you allow us to reencode your encoding to something smaller in newer efficient codecs, assuming the Quality Control rules been checked, and you’ve been credited there as the original encode? I share my videos in nyaa... So you can do what you want xd
> FLAC is technically better than lossy codec, so yes I can hear a little bit some differences with my DT-770 headphone with a DAC. So most people aren't going to notice such a difference on their standard generic PC speakers or phone "stereo" speakers, when bumping up audio bitrate by more than 3x, right? Rather than combat with you, one **LAST** thing: What is the good RF quality for a good balance of size and quality at 1080p@24 for your current anime encodings you use to watch on a 32" TV and bigger? Is RF constant quality predictions for x265 are the same as x264? *I do have a 28" UHD monitor just in case if I want to see every detail, while being on a chair.*

keeso (uploader)

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Don't worry ^^ You just give your own opinion but mine is simply different and justified. No one is right, this is just a matter of taste ^^ Anyway, if you don't like AVC or FLAC, you can transcode them to HEVC and OPPUS. I share a video with a decent video quality and a lossless audio to be re-used as you wish xD > What is the good RF quality for a good balance of size and quality at 1080p@24 for your current anime encodings you use to watch on a 32" TV and bigger? Is RF constant quality predictions for x265 are the same as x264? For TV animes, I watch with my computer monitor. HEVC CRF works like AVC CRF. It depends of the content, but if you want to transcode with a good quality/size ratio, I think CRF 17/18 is enough.
If you've got the bundled stage play BD, then you also have the 7th single? Any chance of uploading that as well? No other release is the full version of the single. :(

keeso (uploader)

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Yes I can. I don't why you want instrumental versions but why not