How about medieval european fantasy? Princess, knights, magic, lost technology. The movie is great, but the most charming part is Origa’s beautiful voice 😥 , don’t miss it. Video is 1280×720 resolution encoded by x264 in 10bit profile with CRF=16.5. PP this time is light dehalo, light aa, light denoise/degrain and deband. Audio track is Japanese 4ch(Front: L C R, Side: C) AAC (QAAC tvbr 127) track in 48kHz. Also available Japanese stereo AC3 track from R2J in 48kHz 448kbps and French dub in 4ch(Front: L C R, Side: C) AAC. Chapters included.
French Blu-ray shows good quality but mastered with telecine. Automatic ivtc show good results, but all footage suffer from heavy residual combing. Movie don’t have field reports on stream. This is some work for my MFC methods 🙂 All footage was manually decimated to retain original animation sequences. Residual combing was properly reduced with maintaining picture detalization.
Here some screenshot comparison with DVD release. We have all time constant 23.976fps that plays smoothly on true cinema tv.
Scans included. English ASS subs I took from [niizk] release. DVD [Genbu & Solar] subs also available. Also available retail English and French subs from Blu-ray.
External russian subs by Дмитрий & Ramzes-III.
So here the 1080p version. I’ve left original uncropped image to avoid resize in media player. Here screenshot comparison with BDMV. As you can see original mastering looks not good as expected, that’s why 720p release might be a better solution than a 1080p. Audio track is original Japanese 4ch(Front: L C R, Side: C) DTS-HD MA track in 48kHz 16bit.