Author Topic: Bloods: Inraku no Ketsuzoku 2  (Read 1899 times)

Offline Deafboy91

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Bloods: Inraku no Ketsuzoku 2
« on: August 05, 2013, 10:29:43 PM »
Comparison for Bloods: Inraku no Ketsuzoku 2: http://anidb.net/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=8412

Sadly SubDESU-H releases info are different, so I decide to compare on first and second separately.


Episode 1

JPz Records
Video: 720x480 anamorphic 16:9 23.976 fps h.264/AVC 1020 kBit/s 10 bits
Audio: #1 Japanese 2.0 Stereo AC3 192 kBit/s - Main Audio brought by JPz
Audio: #2 Japanese 2.0 Stereo AC3 192 kBit/s - Main Audio
Audio: #3 Japanese 2.0 Stereo AC3 192 kBit/s - Main Audio without BGM
English Soft Styled ASS
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          SubDESU-H
Video: 704x396 16:9 24 fps h.264/AVC 787 kBit/s 8 bits
Audio: Japanese 2.0 Stereo ACC 159 kBit/s
English Soft Styled ASS
MediaInfo
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Comparison images: JPz Records vs. SubDESU-H (upscaled)
Script: JPz Records | SubDESU-H


Episode 2

JPz Records
Video: 720x480 anamorphic 16:9 23.976 fps h.264/AVC 996 kBit/s 10 bits
Audio: #1 Japanese 2.0 Stereo AC3 192 kBit/s - Main Audio brought by JPz
Audio: #2 Japanese 2.0 Stereo AC3 192 kBit/s - Main Audio
Audio: #3 Japanese 2.0 Stereo AC3 192 kBit/s - Main Audio without BGM
English Soft Styled ASS
MediaInfo
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          SubDESU-H
Video: 1024x576 16:9 Variable-fps h.264/AVC 1993 kBit/s 8 bits
Audio: Japanese 2.0 Stereo ACC 128 kBit/s
English Soft Styled ASS
MediaInfo
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Comparison images: JPz Records (upscaled) vs. SubDESU-H
Script: JPz Records | SubDESU-H

JPz Records release are suit for BakaBT, don't you agree?
Many thanks goes to line0 and his newest comparison screenshot tutorial.
« Last Edit: August 06, 2013, 01:13:24 AM by Deafboy91 »

Offline Southrop

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Re: Bloods: Inraku no Ketsuzoku 2
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2013, 12:11:14 PM »
JPz is sharper in both episodes but retains more detail, especially in the 2nd episode where SubDESU-H seems to lose a lot of details. I wonder if they sharpened and then blurred it or something...

What's the difference between the first two audio tracks on JPz btw?

Offline Deafboy91

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Re: Bloods: Inraku no Ketsuzoku 2
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2013, 05:08:18 PM »
JPz is sharper in both episodes but retains more detail, especially in the 2nd episode where SubDESU-H seems to lose a lot of details. I wonder if they sharpened and then blurred it or something...

What's the difference between the first two audio tracks on JPz btw?

I have no idea the difference between both audio tracks because I'm hearing impaired. Maybe first track remixed by JPz Records and second one is original.

EDIT: LMK if anyone want to have first episode verify the audio tracks. I can upload it to FTP server.
« Last Edit: August 06, 2013, 11:54:13 PM by Deafboy91 »

Offline unreal4evr

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Re: Bloods: Inraku no Ketsuzoku 2
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2013, 07:18:33 PM »
I'll check it out. Go ahead and upload it and send me a link.

Offline Deafboy91

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Re: Bloods: Inraku no Ketsuzoku 2
« Reply #4 on: August 08, 2013, 10:30:24 PM »
I'll check it out. Go ahead and upload it and send me a link.

Pmed at your tracker profile

Offline unreal4evr

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Re: Bloods: Inraku no Ketsuzoku 2
« Reply #5 on: August 09, 2013, 01:16:31 AM »
The only difference I noticed between the two tracks was that Audio #1 plays a karaoke'd version of Sir Mix A Lots "Baby Got Back" at the end credits, where as Audio #2 plays the video's original ending music. It's possible that it might have been slightly remixed as well, but nothing noticeable even under close observation.

Offline Deafboy91

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Re: Bloods: Inraku no Ketsuzoku 2
« Reply #6 on: August 09, 2013, 04:02:13 PM »
The only difference I noticed between the two tracks was that Audio #1 plays a karaoke'd version of Sir Mix A Lots "Baby Got Back" at the end credits, where as Audio #2 plays the video's original ending music. It's possible that it might have been slightly remixed as well, but nothing noticeable even under close observation.

Thanks for help me out.

Does this answer your your question Southrop? :)

I will offer JPz in few hours.