Monday, July 22, 2013

Finally! Futari wa Milky Holmes 1 released!

Ok everyone, here's ep 1 finally! All the setbacks we had this last week was ridiculous. People getting sick, people having to work extra hours everyday at work, then time differences slowed us down as well. Still, after all that, here it is. We didn't put that much into the karaoke this time and the script is softsubbed besides a few things. For this season as if everyone knows, the show is only 12m mins long and the live action really plays no part to the series as we decided not to tl it. This one is also the "serious" Milky Holmes from the game series so yeah...Now we got that outta the way, here's our schedule from now on for episodes. Moho our tler for it besides some great help from doll_licca, is only able to tl the show every Tuesday of the coming week after it airs on Saturday. So our goal is to have every episode out around Wednesday or Thursday of that week. So basically, the next day after we get it. Show is 720p so that's good atleast and we are getting caps as soon as it airs so that's good as well. Anyways, there you have it. We will see you guys this Wed or Thurs for ep. 2. Enjoy! Brought to you by us and Wasurenai.

Futari Milky 1 720p 8-bit H264

Futari Milky 1 720p 10-bit H264

Futari Milky 1 400p Xvid

Futari Milky 1 720p 8-bit H264 DDL

Futari Milky 1 720p 10-bit H264 DDL

Futari Milky 1 720p Xvid DDL

Note:Audio is Vorbis so was suppose to be OGG instead of AAC..We'll fix later.

28 comments:

  1. If you feel inclined to stop then do. Its not the zany fun one. So yeah, whats the point?

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    1. only after one episode you hate it?
      seriously, I saw no other way to introduce the characters in any better way....

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    2. Nono, just incase it stays non zany. Its funny though, this is what I had expected the show to be like in the first season which is why it became such a treat that it was excel saga zany before.

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  2. It's Milky. We like Milky. *shrugs*

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  3. Thanks. Oh, and take all the time you want because this show isn't the enjoyable Milky Holmes we all know. In other words, it sucks.

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    1. its just the first episode you ass

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  4. I bet you liked Alternative.

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    1. Err, meant to reply to above guy who's defending this version of the show.

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  5. Thanks for the release. Just wondering if there will be an avi version?

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  6. trying to ween off of avi so no as of this moment but...can see i guess.

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    1. Are there any alternatives to avi for SD releases? It's okay if you change to mp4 or mkv. Thanks.

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    2. There is no alternatives to xvid+mp3+avi combination.
      Old PC & old hardware divx players still can't work with new formats.
      And thats most of our xvid releases auditory.

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    3. I'm asking about alternative SD releases since Webbmaster62 seems to imply that they're going to drop XviD/avi for some unknown reason. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong though.

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    4. Please do NOT FORSAKE those of us for whom AVI is our last refuge to watch some things.

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    5. then get a better computer... or convert it to AVI OR burn it to DVD and play it on a bluray player....

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    6. Noone is going to drop xvid releases. ;)

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  7. well it looks like milky subs released ep2, but they don't seem to like doing it, as they refer to watching it as "suffering time"
    well they can go f*ck themselves XD

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  8. The fact that it's serious is the biggest reason I was willing to work on this in contrast to the previous two series.

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  9. I don't know whether you guys misheard the name but the blue (gray) haired girl is KaZumi, not Kasumi =)

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    1. Yeah we saw that. We'll fix for future episodes.

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  10. Why use Vorbis instead of untouched broadcast AAC for the 10bit release?

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    1. Almost no group released "untouched" audio.
      And vorbus or aac, well it's our choice.

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    2. All big-name groups subbing new shows release pretty much "untouched" audio. The AAC audio from the transport stream can be trimmed without re-encoding. There are a couple of scripts (vfr.py and trim_aud.pl) that take the Trim commands from the .avs script and the delay that dgindex puts in the extracted audio's file name, and quickly trims and remuxes the audio into a new AAC file. Saves quality and encoding time.

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    3. It's actually better practice to go AAC -> uncompressed WAV -> to desired audio format. For the vast majority of folks, the quality difference that occurs due to reencoding audio cannot be discerned, and if they can discern a difference, it's usually psychosomatic, they're professional musicians, or it's because they have a homemade audio system that has poor audio characteristics.

      It also makes the process easier if you are encoding into multiple formats. I don't think people do XviD + AAC in the AVI container.

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