[MaruChanSubs] Chibi Maruko-chan (1990) 026 (1080p)

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2024-04-18 16:10 UTC
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![CMC026](https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgLwPP6HgreiEbhRE1y3FwRUGf00HwrYDLlo2nN6m7baCG3kImjjZAWhnlAOf8GQBZLRJPV0YQE9N3zRZ7V716a_FAg4Mh_qWkLVIRjvYlzwOlEKcj4l0tkpTGyfKZsMNEcpuRsOgkEObxsidqPPLsBeRhw_KBXvxXHxQFgIKz9yEn5-ytXdVcyF7XqYrY/w400-h301/%5BMaruChanSubs%5D%20Chibi%20Maruko-chan%20(1990)%20026%20(1080p).mkv_20240418_095404.467.jpg "CMC026") **Episode 26: Pool's Open!** **Original Airdate: July 1st, 1990** Maruko and her class eagerly anticipate the annual opening of their school's pool.

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  • [MaruChanSubs] Chibi Maruko-chan (1990) 026 (1080p).mkv (1.7 GiB)
I just downloaded the BDMV Boxes's of these and noticed you're actually providing the raw m2ts video file itself with these releases but are not indicating that they are bluray itself in the file name. Have to look in media info to see it's a bluray source. In a rare time the bluray shows its x264 settings and it matches esactly with those you have likewise with the PCM audio. Any reason why you're omitting this information? File should say: MaruChanSubs] Chibi Maruko-chan (1990) 026 (BD 1080p PCM).mkv Something like that. I think it's cool people will unknowingly be downloading the BDMV source but I hope they will know at this size it will be over 100 GB. Anyways, reason I'm asking this is I was going to drop you a line if you wanted the bluray source since I only read you obtained an HD source but nothing else on the matter. So it made me curious as I had no idea till something clicked in my brain that the file size is eerily close to the bluray size.
Thanks again! Great.

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@warui Never really considered it or knew that at the time I got my hands on the source files I'm using to make the episodes. I don't know much about encoding beyond the key basics, nor do I have the time or desire to learn them, so I was just using those episodes as-is, and tagging the episodes as 1080p to differentiate them from my previous 480p releases. When it comes time to batch release them I may ask someone who knows what they're doing to make an encode that preserves the quality but shrinks the filesize, since as you point out, it's over 100 GB for all the eps.