[Ohys-Raws] Nanatsu no Taizai Imashime no Fukkatsu - 01 (TBS 1280x720 x264 AAC).mp4

2018-01-12 22:58 UTC
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  • [Ohys-Raws] Nanatsu no Taizai Imashime no Fukkatsu - 01 (TBS 1280x720 x264 AAC).mp4 (356.2 MiB)
can you please release this anime in 1080p
man i was all excited to watch this today then i remembered netflix
Can you use hevc x265? Respond!
Apology has subtitles?
Reborno, no no tiene subs, es un RAW
can someone link a sub pls.
@Ohys-Raws please english Subtitles download?
Thanks Ohys-Raws your encodes are always professional and only need to add subs or and alternate audio to finish them. They make great source files for dual audio encodes when the original released video is requested. And now a stupid answer to a stupid question User: jaafarzoro [3 days 4 hours 9 minutes 9 seconds ago] can you please release this anime in 1080p Why the 720 has been excellent for years. If you want a 1080p then go and make it from the 720. Resolution has a direct+9 Everything [Ohys-Raws] has shared over the years has been without compensation and not even the fraction of thank you's they deserve. They take all the risk. User: Opinion: [3 days 3 hours 41 minutes 10 seconds ago] Can you use hevc x265? Respond! Sure, but anyone with common sense would never encode with HEVC codec? In simple terms, Anime encodes all start out raw. The groups that release them have the responsibility to make sure files are timed and encoded to the best specs with standardized codecs that have been around long time in the world of entertainment media. Anyone can make use of them with minimal work. Their reputation is at stake. Knowing this, you can be sure their raw files are going to be released the way they should be. Only morons release trendy encodes instead of whats important. Audio varies, but video has and will always begin as an mpeg 8bit. It's the standard for every a/v file in the world. They know that the same chaos and disorder that Anime sharing has been experiencing for for more than 5 years is due to out of spec codec's that are severely limited how they can be played. Go look at torrents for the other media types that are shared.(Movies, TVshows, Sports, etc.(Non-Anime)). You wont find 1/100th the number of h10/HEVC encoded files that are in Anime H10/HEVC etc are marked as broken files and removed asap when posted on torrent sites.