…hasn’t he thrown to jail yet? Continue reading
Anyway, it’s in Hi10P with setting of preset veryslow, tune animation and CRF 15. The filter chain goes like this:
tdecimate() crop(8,0,-8,0) dehalo_alpha() dfttest() fastlinedarkenmod(thinning=0, strength=25)
It’s exact copy from my older encodes. Lots of detail lost but much less halo. Also I didn’t take care of color space so it probably is totally wrong.
The video itself was from its Ending single bonus DVD. Credit-less with 100% less police lines.
Update: I guess I’m too lazy to create another post about the opening.
Finally the second Biblio Princess. From the opening and this episode, there is another one which probably doesn’t act in good faith.
No appearance of the main character at all this episode. It felt weird but I can’t help but wonder in what way they will connect. Overall a nicely done introduction episode and the “book as fuel” deal was rather unique. The “cartridge load” (and the staff) thingy reminded me of Nanoha though.
Also, this new Biblio Princess reminded me of… someone I can’t exactly remember apart of the similar feel about both of them.
So I have finally finished my backlog for this season. It was painfully long since my pace got destroyed for two weeks straight. It’ll probably be destroyed again this weekend and the following week but I’ll see if I can somehow prevent some of it by not repeating same mistake as I did for two weeks earlier this month. Continue reading
Or more like, les yay.
So this episode is the photographer’s episode. Accompanied by the inventor Kagaku Tsukuru (TL note: kagaku means science and tsukuru means create), tried to capture the porn-writer’s ugliest moment (and ended in more or less failure). As usual, there isn’t much of story. In fact, I stopped thinking about story for this series so I might have missed whatever story it’s pretending to have.
Research material… for science! Continue reading
I’m pretty confused by episode numbering in this series. At least the latter part of episode 4 is actually episode 5. Or something.
The last two episodes are not quite as interesting as previous ones. Though considering the original writer, there’s a chance of some kind of jump, or sudden explosive change in the pacing sometime. Let’s see if it can create same level of story (er, lulz) as Asura Crying’ (which also didn’t fare so well in the beginning).
There’s not even the “book reading of the week” section in either episodes.