[NAZOrip] Kimi no Na wa. Your Name. 君の名は. V2 (BD.HEVC.1080P.YUV420P10.AAC) (Multiple Subtitles Included)

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Date:
2017-10-05 20:12 UTC
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3
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谜の番号:55562959 / www.nazorip.site
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0
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1.4 GiB
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2640
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8696ef3b5ef6bda7494043a31ced6f73041f4232
![alt text](https://img.yescdn.ru/2016/12/23/cover/b7fe62c5c7f4ad0495c0c06c56ab4dbd-your-name.jpg) Your Name. version 2 encoded by NAZOrip. . . . We gave out our first version a month ago , with perfect blemish repairing ,high detail-preserving ,extra small file size and other advantages. The only problem is sharpness maybe a little bit low , makes it very smooth but a little bit lack of impact on large screens. . To modify it in version two ,We've used **BLACK MAGIC** to get a sharper version (definitely not sharpening) . Meanwhile ,to counteract side-effects brought with sharpness improvement (such as larger file size),we tried several new method to screen out meaningless information ,actually we made great efforts trying to keep more details and making file smaller at the same time. As a result ,we got a version which has even more sharpness than the original Blue-ray disk. Particularly repaired aliasing and ringing of source ,made it looks much better on larger screens. . . . BTW ,version 1 is **STILL** a perfect version at least on screens smaller than a laptop ,where slight blurring do not make remarkable difference. v1 may also keep more details in some particular parts of particular scenes (with more grains). Like v1 ,multiple language subtitles included ,v2 is 8% larger. Find a suitable version for yourself ,hope you enjoy it. . You can also download in [THIS LINK](http://pan.baidu.com/s/1cwFN2Y ) Encoded by NAZOrip ,the smallest version ,the best version. . . . . . . MediaInfo Video ID : 1 Format : HEVC Format/Info : High Efficiency Video Coding Format profile : Main 10@L5@High Codec ID : V_MPEGH/ISO/HEVC Duration : 1 h 46 min Bit rate : 1 718 kb/s Width : 1 920 pixels Height : 1 080 pixels Display aspect ratio : 16:9 Frame rate mode : Constant Frame rate : 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS Color space : YUV Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0 Bit depth : 10 bits Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.035 Stream size : 1.28 GiB (88%) Title : NAZOrip@F Language : Japanese Default : Yes Forced : No . Audio ID : 2 Format : AAC Format/Info : Advanced Audio Codec Format profile : LC Codec ID : A_AAC Duration : 1 h 46 min Bit rate : 192 kb/s Channel(s) : 2 channels Channel positions : Front: L R Sampling rate : 48.0 kHz Frame rate : 46.875 FPS (1024 spf) Compression mode : Lossy Stream size : 149 MiB (10%) Language : Japanese Default : Yes Forced : No . . . Preview: ![alt text](http://i4.fuimg.com/627869/2ec576c7a98eb405.png) ![alt text](http://i4.fuimg.com/627869/348d4cdc0febcae3.png) ![alt text](http://i4.fuimg.com/627869/808e1b26045cbc07.png) ![alt text](http://i4.fuimg.com/627869/a889ed6d5e776ccf.png) ![alt text](http://i4.fuimg.com/627869/4800ba97792e2516.png) ![alt text](http://i4.fuimg.com/627869/4800ba97792e2516.png) ![alt text](http://i4.fuimg.com/627869/b591da2c36002887.png)

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  • [NAZOrip] Kimi no Na wa. Your Name. V2 (HEVC.1080P.YUV420P10.AAC).mkv (1.4 GiB)
Thanks! You guys are the best, hope to see other encodes from you. BTW. the website that you have provided doesn't work www.nazorip.site

ceshiwenfq (uploader)

User
Thanks for your support! website was just purchased ,may not work in a short time.
did you downscale the 4k version or something

ceshiwenfq (uploader)

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@motbob hhh ,not accurate
It has just been sharpened. When compared to VCBs release it is obvious that there is detail loss in some/most areas. The only advantage this release has over VCB is file size, though that doesn't matter anymore in 2K17.

ceshiwenfq (uploader)

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@ShikiS ,hhh We believe there're two points make this version great. 1\Sharpness **DO** make a differnece .We made it clearer **EVERY SINGLE FRAME** 2\Details come along with grain ;to find a balance between details and file size is **NOT EASY** Actually we've got better visual perception with only 24% the size of VCB's 10bit version , 48% of their 8 bit version ,so what else do you want? You considered our main advantages nonsense ,Okay ,you want to talk about details ,Okay. SO why just you talking about those unrecognizable details removed together with grains? Why don't you talk about those huge amount of details ,despite size differences ,where this version performs better than the version you said? Funny. Want more details ,as i said ,go for our version 1 .You can collect any version you like , but you should not make irresponsible remarks to others. Compare more and believe in you eyes ,not encoder names.
@Shikis It is never a good idea to compare source between uploaders, go to the official site for their propagandizing pics, or buy a poster some where. Compare which source is similar to <b>such a source</b>. What I found is NAZOrip does look better and size efficient. By the way, if you consider a more blurry source is clearer, you probably had watched too much “blu-rays”. Get some rest.
@ceshiwenfq Just because you sharpened it doesn't mean wiping out the detail is a good tradeoff. http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/119661 I made a comparison between your release and VCB's release (with madVR). As you can see in the screenshots, simply changing some settings in madVR produces an overall **sharper** image, whilst still maintaining the **"unrecognizable details"**. You may say that this is an unfair comparison as I used madVR with VCB and not with your release aswell, but that is false.
If I used madVR with your release, no matter what settings I change I will not get back the **"unrecognizable details"** that you completely removed with your encode. As I said in my first comment your only advantage over VCB is filesize, and if your target audience for this encode was for people looking for a low file size BD version that has relatively good quality, then I can agree with you there that your release is probably better than other low file size versions, but you said in your description "the smallest version ,**the best version**" which is where I disagree.

ceshiwenfq (uploader)

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![alt text](https://sfeomoe.com/images/2017/10/06/-1.png) @ShikiS Thanks for your comparision .Since you've been debating with me just for disagreeing ad words ,that's really cute of you. Fist of all I suggest you replace your decoder with a more accurate one ,since your screenshot has a little difference from mine as shown above. . You didn't get my point What i want to mean is .We've tried to remove more meaningless information but remain effective information as well ,of cource some texture difficult to be identified was killed in this progress (Mainly because we can hardly separate their low fluctuating frequency from noises ,so I called them "unrecognizable").As a result ,we got a version way smaller than others(for example four times smaller than the one you said), but visual perception may be even better .Our group members and I, take this as a great achievement.

ceshiwenfq (uploader)

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I think probably you found that the original visual perception of your version is no better than ours .So you've used madvr to sharp your scource ,make it a simple comparison of information contant .That's Okay . hahah ,definitely you "can't get back the "unrecognizable details" no matter what settings you changed" .I have to recognize that , obviously ,it's impossible for a 1.44G version contains larger amount of information than a 5.78G version ,for the latter is four times the size larger after all. However ,i'd like to suggest you think it carefully ,if the madvr sharppen version is what you really want .You see ,some of the niose was sharped together , also, sharpening brings more ringing and aliasing etc.

ceshiwenfq (uploader)

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There's another reason i'd like to point out why we "confidently" said our version is the best ,see if you can understand us. As I said ,we've used black magic .Thanks to the different way of getting information , We've got totaly differnet source information from others at the very start. In the following example parts of images (we've sharped vcb's source to make comparision by unsharp mask/gaussian blur sigma=0.6) ,since original information is different ,no matter how sharp it gets ,it can never reach the same performance as our version.

ceshiwenfq (uploader)

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nazorip....sharppen vcb(gauss) /5x zoomed ![alt text](https://sfeomoe.com/images/2017/10/06/-003.png) ![alt text](https://sfeomoe.com/images/2017/10/06/-004.png) . ![alt text](https://sfeomoe.com/images/2017/10/06/-005.png) ![alt text](https://sfeomoe.com/images/2017/10/06/-006.png) . ![alt text](https://sfeomoe.com/images/2017/10/06/-007.png) ![alt text](https://sfeomoe.com/images/2017/10/06/-008.png) . You also can compare our version to fine treated 4K BD version if you like ,but don't be so mean to a 1.4G video. NAZOrip will always be friends with who has no enough room to store whose favourite anime ,and who don't know how to use madvr. don't know if i had answered all of your questions ,wish you have a good day.
I am not recommending this as the quality is really questionable sorry to say but I've compared and seen the comments this is not what you want!!!
@ceshiwenfq Care to share what magic source you were using for this?
The V1 https://nyaa.si/view/957625 is prolly better, judging by comments here.