What have you been watching /a/?
Have you let Lum into your life yet?
Subs for the 3nd box of Kagura's Urusei Yatsura BD rip have been released. (eps 118-165)
Box 2 (70-177)
Box 1 (1-69)
It varies. Tons of old series have blurays, but they all varry.
Best: Rescanned cel art
2nd Best: Remasters
4th: any show where they cropped it down from 4:3 to 16:9 by removing 25% of the image from the top and bottom.
5th: The master keaton bluray box set.
>4th: any show where they cropped it down from 4:3 to 16:9 by removing 25% of the image from the top and bottom.
What in the fuck. W-W-WHY WOULD ANYONE DO THIS?
Though honestly, the Sailor Moon Bluray may be even worse.
Returning to Anne
Every time she start to cry... oh god my ears. These episodes were good.
From screenshots it can look decent but I tried watching the remaster
dubbed while I built gunplaand it is honestly hideous. But I guess it's good that the worst gundam series will end up as the lowest quality and ugliest in the long run.
It just sucks that all those early 2000s digipaint anime will never live up to the detail of cel animated shows or the 16:9 resolution and somewhat better quality shows that started to emerge as studios got more used to the new technology.
Anon, there's been a bluray for awhile now. Don't do this to yourself.
>It just sucks that all those early 2000s digipaint anime will never live up to the detail of cel animated shows or the 16:9 resolution
>tfw all my favorite shows are early 2000s digipaint anime
>Best: Rescanned cel art
that doesn't exist. most, if not all production cels were normally sold off or thrown away. only reason so many transfers look good is because they were captured on 16mm or greater film. 8mm contains roughly a 1000 vertical lines, so in theory any transfer to bluray should look better. the only real limiting factors are how much the original transfer has aged & how many layers were applied per scene, which makes the image increasingly more distorted.
>most, if not all production cels were normally sold off or thrown away.
>You will never pilot a valkyrie into battle against space-faring giant supermen while Lynn Minmay sings love songs over the radio
technically 70mm film would be best, but I doubt any anime was ever shot in 70mm. and if there is one, it'd probably be something ghibli.
>not collecting cels
>not wanting to kill someone for deedlit cels going for nearly two fucking grand
in an underground vault, located in sweden?
Warehouses. People act like Japan's entire landmass is filled up but there are literally fields and forests everywhere. It's just the cities that are full and the fucks never heard of building out.
This is an interesting article about Master Keaton and its BDs. Too bad there aren't more popularizing or "awareness" articles about older anime like this.