I decided this project on a whim one night, and have been doing it for some time now, but finally it's finished!
It's Saki and Saki Picture Dramas, encoded straight from R2J DVDs. Here's some info:
480p, 10bit h264
Fixed and a bit improved Underwater-Mahjong subtitles (Typesetting and timing were both fixed to DVD source and in some cases a bit improved).
Note: Underwater made two subtitle streams: One with, and one without the Mahjong terminology notes. The one with the notes is used by default in cases where there are two subtitles present. I fixed the both subtitle files btw. There are couple of episodes where there's just one subtitle file, so it's not a mistake.
480p, 10bit h264
Fixed, restyled and completely retimed Ahodomo subtitles.
I did not like the timing in Ahodomo's subtitles as it was, so I made it more readable. Subtitles just flashed in and out and there was almost no lead out in the timings.
I also modified the Ahodomo's style to match the style used in Underwater-Mahjong subtitles. I also translated and typesetted a sign which wasn't translated in Ahodomo's release: "二年前", which means Two years ago.
And as some of you may know, Reinweiss did his own Saki DVD release, but he didn't fix the typeset to look good on DVD source. I retimed every typeset and made some minor changes and fixed the resolution, which Reinweiss didn't do, resulting in stretched subtitles and broken typeset. So in my release everything should look correct.
The release also has NCOP 1-2 and NCED 1-3, encoded with same quality. Unfortunately Underwater-Mahjong didn't translate OPs or EDs so they're left untranslated now.
I hope that you will help me seed this, too.
As usually, if there's any problems worth of doing a v2, I'll do it. Just tell me what's wrong and I'll take a look at it.
But if you're using some worthless player and complain that video is not working, then it's your fault. I recommend playing this release with CCCP or something similar.
Also, this is a 10-bit release, so if you have a couple of years old codec pack, it's about a time to update that, since it won't play back 10-bit correctly.