Akane-Iro Ni Somaru Saka[DVD] [Exiled-Destiny]

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hugeballs

October 12<sup><i>th</i></sup> 2013 (1 year and 9 months and 22 days)
Thanks so much for upload!  :thumbsup:

aljosa91

October 15<sup><i>th</i></sup> 2013 (1 year and 9 months and 19 days)
I was at episode 4 when I realised  that this was not worth my time watching, still I got to the end. The animation is pretty good, the story plot is dry for my taste. I give it a 2/5  :-)

thedragon

January 29<sup><i>th</i></sup> 2014 (1 year and 6 months and 5 days)
» RedShadow_00
Damn... another mkv file. Its only good if you want to sit at your computer all day. I personally like to sit back and watch the stuff I download on a tv. I'm still looking for a converter that will pretty much hardcode the subtitles onto the video. Anyone know of any program that will do that?... for free

Or you could connect your computer to your TV like I do, and it serves a dual purpose.  ;-)  But if that's not an option, I feel for ya.  The .mkv file format doesn't seem to be supported by a regular DVD player.  But I've seen someone post on here about there being a media device (besides a computer) that plays anything, not sure if it's crazy expensive though.  As far as the anime goes, I thought it was a pretty good anime.  The character artwork was really good and I liked the story. It was funny at times, but the story was pretty predictable; but I didn't mind. BTW, your spoiler is incorrect.  If you were talking about the original PC version, then yes,  you would be correct.  However, in this anime they distinctly hint that it is not the case.

bijou

February 1<sup><i>st</i></sup> 2014 (1 year and 6 months and 1 day)
» thedragon
» RedShadow_00
Damn... another mkv file. Its only good if you want to sit at your computer all day. I personally like to sit back and watch the stuff I download on a tv. I'm still looking for a converter that will pretty much hardcode the subtitles onto the video. Anyone know of any program that will do that?... for free

Or you could connect your computer to your TV like I do, and it serves a dual purpose.  ;-)  But if that's not an option, I feel for ya.  The .mkv file format doesn't seem to be supported by a regular DVD player.  But I've seen someone post on here about there being a media device (besides a computer) that plays anything, not sure if it's crazy expensive though.  As far as the anime goes, I thought it was a pretty good anime.  The character artwork was really good and I liked the story. It was funny at times, but the story was pretty predictable; but I didn't mind. BTW, your spoiler is incorrect.  If you were talking about the original PC version, then yes,  you would be correct.  However, in this anime they distinctly hint that it is not the case.


Most Blue Ray players will play MKV files directly. You don't even need to create an official DVD with menus and all that. Just dump the MKV files on to the Blue Ray disk like a data disk (pick your favorite BD burning capable software), 'finalize' the disk, and pop it into the BD player. BD player will play pretty much most of the popular file formats like MKV, MPG, AVI, DIVX, etc. Once in a while, I'll bump into a format my BD player won't recognize, but that's pretty rare.

Anubiz

May 9<sup><i>th</i></sup> 2014 (1 year and 2 months and 26 days)
If you want a cheap means of watching .mkv files on your tv, invest in a WDTV Live. It's a Western Digital device that will stream from External HDD or even over the network. I spent like 60 on my Refurbed and it works great.

alvee38

June 1<sup><i>st</i></sup> 2014 (1 year and 2 months and 4 days)
I loved it.

Tannim

April 18<sup><i>th</i></sup> 2015 (3 months and 17 days)
Better Yet, I have been using Sony BluRay players; out of box these support & are able to use MKV files; if that doesn't work for you just get the program Handbrake & convert the files to mp4; handbrake has lots of defaults that allow for setup for phone or just rework.