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November 15, 2009

toki wo kakeru shoujo (blu-ray)

Filed under: anime movies,releases — niizk @ 7:28 am

anidb ~ mal ~ ann

description:

Life for 17-year-old Makoto Konno is filled with fun days of school and hanging out with her two best friends, Chiaki and Kousuke. And then she finds herself with a strange ability to leap (or jump) back in time. A strange ability that at first saves her life, but then allows her to not be late to school, to know the answers on any surprise exams and to avoid any troublesome mishaps. It is only when Makoto chooses to use this ability to avoid some of the more personal issues that arise with her friends, do events become both complex and painfully difficult – the simple gift that she once took for granted suddenly becomes a troublesome burden.

info:

source: blu-ray
resolution: 1904×1072 (anamorphic 1906×1072)
video codec: h264
audio codec: 5.1 flac
audio languages: japanese
subtitles: english (ass, srt)

torrent link

ed2k:

ed2k://|file|toki_wo_kakeru_shoujo[1904×1072.h264.flac][niizk].mkv|6352174607|D13A28F5F86D0918F7907DD624AE2552|h=7JKCKNGLAIFTHEBJTVGOVI4H6E43GMG3|/

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4 Comments »

  1. http://img697.imageshack.us/i/niizk.png/
    http://img696.imageshack.us/i/64729381.png/

    Second one is the B-G version. Unsure which one to keep.
    I can see why you cropped it, but it also seems that the B-G version has more detail.
    DTS 5.1 vs FLAC 5.1

    Anything else? Help me decide.

    Comment by Fudge — November 16, 2009 @ 7:23 pm | Reply

  2. Decided I’ll keep yours.
    When I’m not comparing them side by side, I don’t care about the added sharp filter.
    Plus I like the subtitle font you used much better.

    Thanks and I hope you keep doing 1080p releases.

    Comment by Fudge — November 17, 2009 @ 11:16 pm | Reply

  3. is FLAC the reason why my computer can’t play this smoothly? it’s the only video i’ve come across that gives me trouble. (plex/vlc)

    Comment by nozr — November 22, 2009 @ 10:34 am | Reply

  4. @nozr: Probably not. VLC sucks. If you’re on Windows try Media Player Classic – Home Cinema. If you’re on Linux I heard MPlayer is a good choice.

    Comment by teohhanhui — November 24, 2009 @ 7:35 pm | Reply


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