Dirty Pair the Movie | Dirty Pair: Project EDEN [R2J](10-bit)[OnDeed]

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Added: 21:23 pm on February 3<sup><i>rd</i></sup> 2012
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Last edited: 4 years and 6 months and 12 days
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January 30<sup><i>th</i></sup> 2012 (5 years and 1 month and 22 days)
1) The dvd has way too high contrast (whitening of brighter parts like skintones), I had to weaken it quite a bit (*0.9 via avisynth's smoothtweak16). The 8bit encode by niizk currently uploaded matches the dvd source. See comparison.

2) As you can see this movie has got quite bitrate-hungry on me. Partially to blame is the big amount of hard-to-compress action sequences throughout the second part of the movie. Another contributing factor is the contrast adjustment mentioned. Because it was performed in high-bitdepth to avoid rounding error and banding, the extra bitdepth resolution of the input probably raised the bitrate even more.

Here's the comparison (encoded resolutions): http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/105480

Edit: I forgot to state High 10 profile encoding in description :/ This isn't meant to replace current encodes either.


January 31<sup><i>st</i></sup> 2012 (5 years and 1 month and 21 days)
Ever since you started putting up new encodes of Dirty Pair, I've been looking forward to each new offer from you.  Thank you so much for your fantastic work on this great, classic anime!  :clap2: :cool:

If you needed to take up a little extra disk space & CPU cycles with some bitrate, all the power to you.  Appreciate very much your effort to preserve & restore every little bit that you can; just makes these offers all the more worthy for archiving.  The art on these is a glorious example from the days of hand drawn & painted cell work, a real labor of love.  And, in 10-bit FTW!

You might consider the search string:  http://bakabt.me/browse.php?q=dirty+pair under the Related.  It'll turn up everything available here, including Dirty Pair Flash, which really did the franchise pretty decent justice despite it's divergence from the original.

Looking forward to the day of approval.  Arigatou!  (Now with 25% moar feeling!)  :lol:


February 1<sup><i>st</i></sup> 2012 (5 years and 1 month and 21 days)
As always, awesome. Thanks a bunch!!!  :-D
Love Dirty Pair, Love ur work!


February 2<sup><i>nd</i></sup> 2012 (5 years and 1 month and 19 days)
So, just to confirm, 656x480 is storage aspect ratio and 797x480 is the display aspect ratio? And yes, that is hugely bitrate hungry lol.


February 2<sup><i>nd</i></sup> 2012 (5 years and 1 month and 19 days)
Yep, it's a straight anamorphic encode, no tricks, just cropping black bars. Encoded resolution 656x480, displayed as 797x480.

The film's AR is 1.66:1 (great format for users of 16:10 monitors, heh) and the source is pillarboxed. Because the DVDs can only be fullscreen or widescreen, it was authored as a widescreen dvd with +-656x480 of image area and black bars on sides padding it to 720x480.  (The alternative would be to use fullscreen format and letterbox, but the vertical resolution would be worse that way.)


February 3<sup><i>rd</i></sup> 2012 (5 years and 1 month and 18 days)
Dirty Pair - my fav of all time.

No seeds????

Can't wait to see the quality - sounds incredibiy better than whatever rips I have right now.



February 3<sup><i>rd</i></sup> 2012 (5 years and 1 month and 18 days)
Ah, granted, thanks! The client wasn't up at the moment, that's why it didn't seed for some time.


February 5<sup><i>th</i></sup> 2012 (5 years and 1 month and 17 days)
Watched this last night.  Very nostalgic return to an era when I was first getting into anime hardcore in the mid-1990s.  It's still held up pretty well for it's age, but that's also in context of me being familiar (and in love) with nearly all Dirty Pair, some of which I enjoy even more than Project EDEN.

Anyway, wanted to drop a note in the comments: don't be scared away by the 10-bit or the bitrate.  This played fantastically on my creaky old system, a single core P4 @3.4 GHz running WinXP.  The CPU is one with hyperthreading technology, so it effectively has a "virtual" second core ... but it is a notoriously weak processor when compared to core 2 duo systems and later.

I'd been using the latest CCCP build w/ MPC-HC from 11 Nov last year, and it's been giving me problems, so I gave this configuration a try:

- http://haruhichan.com/wpblog/?p=205

and also added in:

- http://haruhichan.com/wpblog/?p=263

while I was at it.  Playback is a very significant improvement over CCCP.  I followed those guides like a cookbook recipe and estimate I gained back about 20% or so in playback power (both for 8-bit and 10-bit).  So, anyone having 10-bit issues, might want to give that look.

Thanks again for the upload!  :-P :cool:


February 5<sup><i>th</i></sup> 2012 (5 years and 1 month and 17 days)
On old computers (incidentally I proofwatched this on 2Ghz A64), it's not that important if one uses LAV Video or ffdshow for decoding AFAIK (LAV video might be a bit faster maybe), but I'd recommend to download a fresh build and install it over CCCP.
Where one can save some cpu power, is by using overlay mixer (or VMR7 window, which at least on some computers, is almost same as overlay) instead of MadVR/EVR/VMR9/Haali renderer. The latter renderers inflict some significant cpu overhead over overlay...


July 14<sup><i>th</i></sup> 2014 (2 years and 8 months and 9 days)
Found the old Streamline VHS of this film, watched it last night and was blown away! As I was watching the credits, I saw Koji Morimoto's name pop up, and of course he did the intro credits segment, which was probably my favorite part of the film.