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B Gata H Kei BD5-6

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Here’s the rest of the BGata bluray releases! Since we kinda got lazy with volume 5 and see little point in releasing the volumes separately, we’ve bundled the last two volumes up.
And so we had to wait until the very last BD episode to see… what we had hoped the BGata BDs would give us from the get-go. I guess it makes sense since that’s also when Kosuda himself sees it for the first time.
It’s pretty much been just us (Raze and ar) for this whole BD project, but our buddy Akuji-sama over at Ryuumaru stepped in to QC episodes 9 and 10 for us. Thank you!
So that’s another BD project completed. I suppose we’ll batch this up and the Angel Beats! BDs sometime next week.
– Raze & ar
Bonus Features List:
* All episodes: Creditless Opening+Ending Spliced In
720p Release
* Video – ~CRF 16.5, 2-pass mixed
* Audio – AC3 2.0 320Kbps
1080p Release
* Video – ~CRF 17, 2-pass mixed
* Audio – AC3 2.0 320Kbps

39 Thoughts on “B Gata H Kei BD5-6

  1. wahahahah….i’m first! πŸ˜€
    another BDs that u complete πŸ˜€
    good job! πŸ˜€

  2. LolWhat? on January 18, 2011 at 6:00 am said:

    Yay Thanks

  3. Finito!

  4. waiting this so long

  5. What does the BD mean? Bluray-Disc?

  6. Bloodios on January 18, 2011 at 8:07 am said:

    By the way, perhaps you should update the project page after you’re done with those batches. Just saying πŸ˜›

  7. ?( ?_?)? on January 18, 2011 at 10:12 am said:

    Awesome Thanks!

  8. Thanks for finishing the series πŸ˜‰

  9. Thanks so much for this!
    I’ve been following your B-Gata releases since the beginning (it was my introduction to the group) so I’m glad you guys were able to bring us the Blu-Ray versions of this after finishing up the original airing.

  10. Diogo4D on January 18, 2011 at 1:16 pm said:

    Thank you very much for this guys.
    I love your encodes.
    Hope that UTW nevers dies!

  11. Soukyuu on January 18, 2011 at 1:27 pm said:

    I can finally archive it πŸ˜€
    Thank you very much πŸ˜›

  12. “And so we had to wait until the very last BD episode to see… what we had hoped the BGata BDs would give us from the get-go. I guess it makes sense since that’s also when Kosuda himself sees it for the first time.”
    What do you mean by this? What did you want to see?????

  13. RealGizmo on January 18, 2011 at 2:35 pm said:

    you never wait too long for something good~~
    Thanks UTW!

  14. causal1ty on January 18, 2011 at 3:09 pm said:

    My favourite group never fails to deliver. <3 you guys.
    @me watch and see. If you browse /a/ you've probably seen a screenshot of it by now anyway.

  15. DengekiDaisy on January 18, 2011 at 5:37 pm said:

    Thank you very much for releasing&subbing the BD version of B Gata H Kei completely. It’s very much appreciated!

  16. ano... on January 18, 2011 at 5:38 pm said:

    Yay gr8 work \(^______^/)

  17. moefag on January 18, 2011 at 9:03 pm said:

    oppai you say?

  18. Rhogan on January 18, 2011 at 9:38 pm said:

    Bout time. Hows about the Railgun BDs?

  19. @moefag: he means chikubi, baka…

  20. Buffaloman on January 18, 2011 at 11:42 pm said:

    thank you!!!! I can finally finish this series! πŸ™‚

  21. WARNING on January 19, 2011 at 11:30 am said:

    episode 12 720p seems to have a problem on the subs, the font is not muxed in the video.

  22. Can anyone explain to me what CRF 16.5, 2-pass mixed mean? how can crf and 2-pass mix?

  23. redhades777 on January 19, 2011 at 6:48 pm said:

    im wondering the same thing

  24. Soukyuu on January 19, 2011 at 11:23 pm said:

    CRF = constant rate factor (lower = better quality)
    2-pass mixed = video encoded in 2 passes (better quality)
    speaking of CRF, i wonder why it is lower for the 720p version o.o

  25. @DITB
    2-pass mixed just means using CRF for the stats pass (to determine bitrate) and encoding the second pass with the CRF determined bitrate.
    Typically the lower the res the lower the crf needs to be to get similar quality.
    A 480p DVD usually looks pretty crappy at CRF 18 for example and ends up needing like CRF 14-15 sometimes, where as you’ll rarely find a 1080p encode that needs more than CRF 16.5-17. Not sure why exactly it’s just how it works lol~

  26. tormaid on January 20, 2011 at 2:55 am said:

    That’s interesting, I had read that CRF encoding was recommended now over 2 pass now. Is the idea to achieve reasonable filesize or dose 2-pass always lead to higher quality even if the bitrate is identical?
    Batches would be appreciated. Thanks for the great work as usual!

  27. redhades777 on January 20, 2011 at 6:23 am said:

    im pretty sure i read from somewhere where Dark Shikari (x264 dev) saying that CRF and 2-pass uses the exact encode method. so as long as the other settings and bitrate is the same, CRF and 2-pass will yield the same quality.
    if this is true, wouldnt it make more sense to just use CRF (it only requires one pass)? or is there something else im missing?

  28. @redhades777
    I guess the major reason for doing it would be, being able to quickly determine a required CRF and adjust it if necessary without having to wait for an encode to finish. Also it means you can hide the CRF from other encoders lol~
    The CRF value in the post isn’t the value the stats pass was calculated with, it’s an approximation of what the rate factor would be in a CRF encode. Unless you do a slow first pass with CRF (which makes the whole point of using it for 2-pass kinda dumb when you can just use CRF in the first place) you have to kinda work out how much extra bitrate you’ll need as overhead (for things like psy optimization, etc) and base the stats pass CRF value on that. The results I get from this or CRF are probably near identical, but it allows for quick adjustments where CRF doesn’t. Essentially if you approximate the stats pass CRF correctly the end result should be the same as a CRF encode.

  29. redhades777 on January 21, 2011 at 12:45 am said:

    ahh i see. thanks for the release by the way!

  30. WARNING on January 21, 2011 at 10:26 am said:

    the problem with episode 12 720p muxing pls fix

  31. It’ll be fixed in the batch and we’ll make a patch for that ep too.

  32. The Nigga on January 28, 2011 at 3:48 am said:

    2 pass encoding allows for slightly better prediction on direct MVs with –direct auto too. Not that anybody cares about that, though.

  33. Hello! Will you re-encode audio/video for (some) files in 1080p batch or there will be only patches(if it’s needed)? (I want to reDL 1080p version instead 720p which I have already.)

  34. Not re-encoding anything for the batch.

  35. Soukyuu on February 12, 2011 at 8:59 pm said:

    For those who don’t want to wait for the batch, here’s the patch with karaoke position fixed:

  36. Nubilum on March 4, 2011 at 7:56 am said:

    Nice work in de BD version.
    But why u changed the font size in the last pack? I like this one better, any patch for the first 8 eps?

  37. Conor Duffy on March 9, 2011 at 2:35 am said:

    Will there be a batch out for the completed 1080P set out soon?

  38. Kenshin-dono on March 9, 2011 at 8:14 am said:

    strange i went to d.load the thing and there never seemed to be a batch. Is a batch in the works or not? I got the individual releases but its odd, the last 3 episodes have a nice font but the first 9 seem to have a kinda skinny hard to read one. Isn’t it going to be standarized?

  39. KZero on April 13, 2011 at 5:31 pm said:

    Some of the 1080 fileserve links are down for me, anyone got the same problem or is it on my side?:
    Epi. 1 part 2
    Epi. 2 part 2
    Epi. 4 part 1
    Epi. 5 part 2
    Epi. 11 part 2
    in Angle Beats and Index 2 I get the same problem.

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