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Death Note [Virus123]  Multiaudio

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Type: Anime Series
Size: 7.42 GB (7,970,267,067) bytes
Completed: 21208 time(s)
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Added: 12:35 pm on July 2nd 2011
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Uploaded by: virus123

Last edited: 3 months and 11 days
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Dada Baby

December 4th 2013 (8 months and 17 days)
» uae45654
how to make it japanese language and english subtitle ?  :weep:
do you have or use VLC or CCCP ? for VLC just configure it at video tab > subtitle track and audio > audio track. for CCCP configure at play tab > audio and subtitle
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FoxesDen

December 22nd 2013 (7 months and 29 days)
These files are only around 200 MB each, yet the 2.0 audio tracks are 256 Kbps each. Doesn't leave much room for video. But further to that, when was the last time anybody saw a DVD with 2.0 AC3 audio @ 256 Kbps? Even blu-rays have a standard bitrate of 224 Kbps for 2.0, and DVDs are 192 Kbps. Can anybody confirm if the DVDs came with this 256 Kbps, or if this is another case of an encoder thinking he can magically add detail by umping the bitrate higher than the source? EDIT: I just saw that E-D's encode also uses 256 Kbps, so I guess the DVDs really did use that.

My other beef with this encode is that the video uses 16 reference frames. I realize many encoders use 16 as well (the maximum possible), and every single one of them obviously don't know what reference frames are, and didn't do any research on them before simply cranking them to their maximum value. The gains beyond 6 are virtually non-existent, but will seriously bog down slower devices, or just be completely unplayable. (ie: Some hardware devices only have 6 frame buffers.) Any proper H.264 documentation will tell you to never use high values here.
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cyclone3365

April 19th 2014 (4 months and 3 days)
great upload for a great series  :thumbsup:

:!:spoilers below :!:
it's sad that it kinda lost its edge after episode 25. the deterioration becomes obvious when in the beginning they made extremely well thought out plans and deductions seem minor, whereas towards the end they tried to overglorify really simple actions. nevertheless, it is definitely worth watching
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Rubicant

June 12th 2014 (2 months and 10 days)
Ray Penber!

Over-rated anime. If the story wasnt so f-ing convoluted, i might actually like it. Killing off you-know-who was a big mistake. The child that replaces him is a joke. Playing with his chu-chu and toys while cracking cases...seriously?
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yugonline

August 3rd 2014 (18 days)
I was kind of disappointed when they didn't announce a blu-ray release at the announcement of death note 10 year anniversary.
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Taiyuan_

August 19th 2014 (2 days)
Yea was hoping there would be a remastered version with a blu-ray announced.

And I just checked Yellow Flash's release, seems like the video quality is slightly better, and there's an option to choose to use the DVD's subtitle or TSR's subtitle, downsides are its without english dub audio and OP ED without karaoke, but those are not very important to me so I would choose Yellow Flash's release over this one.

Maybe someone should offer it here on bakabt