[Orphan-SakuraCircle] Arisa Good Luck v2 (DVD)

2022-09-27 16:34 UTC
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488.2 MiB
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Now, this is embarrassing. Almost as soon as I released *Arisa Good Luck*, a viewer posted a comment pointing out that the video was, to put it kindly, a mess: not only crawling with blended frames, but encoded to the wrong aspect ratio (16:9 instead of 16:10). ![screencap](https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhOqftJgVl34TTPogie7j7s4EFxfZ_zSietq3jid45AggBfBgTuqOLJo07ShP2gpHDFklO3Kq2k21TYSi_HrJ16acevsLEn7aydGkrsXDlvX1I_pTMtjinfz18Xlokpjq5hlcy99awKurwEchjNgPJGA-SRKRWzZIV38yGzNA5v2iZBZ18fxuy_C1qIjw/s704/Arisa%20Good%20Luck(aspect_ratio_fixed)_001_77764.png) So here's a new encode, at the right aspect ratio, and with many, but not all, of the blended frames eliminated. For more information, see [this blog entry](https://collectr.blogspot.com/2022/09/arisa-good-luck-v2.html). This release, and all Orphan releases, are available for direct download from IRC bot Orphan|Arutha in channels #nibl or #news on irc.rizon.net. New encode, so no patch.

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  • [Orphan-SakuraCircle] Arisa Good Luck v2 (DVD) [05944A76].mkv (488.2 MiB)
Thanks for the fix
was it that bad? i barely noticed anything
> I think the issue is a difference in rounding algorithms between Aegisub and the clips produced by x264, causing gradual frame drift Did you try with ffmpeg instead of x264? It should be frame accurate, whereas x264 clips often drop frames

archivisth (uploader)

@animorphs The Aegisub motion package seems to expect x264.exe.
you can modify it in the trim settings, and it spits out screenshots rather than a video ![](https://i.imgur.com/kWRwzhA.png)