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Default [Daman] Toriko [Dual Audio/8bit] - 01-10-2013, 03:01 AM

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In the world where the taste and texture of food are very important there is Toriko, a hunter of precious foods regularly hired by restaurants and the rich. A man with inhuman skills to capture the ferocious, evasive and rare animals to complete his ultimate dinner course and then the chef Komatsu, his current accomplice: a weak timid person who was inspired by Toriko's greatness and accompanies him on all his journeys on his quest for the course of his life.

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File Size: ~500MB @ 720p (1280x720)
File Extension: .mkv, x264
Audio Track 1: English 5.1ch AC3 448Kbps
Audio Track 2: Japanese 2ch AC3 192Kbps
Subtitle Track 1 (Default): English Credits/Signs Subtitles (.ASS)
Subtitle Track 2: English Subtitles (.ASS) [A-Team/SGKK]

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Default 01-10-2013, 12:23 PM

You have uploaded episodes 2,3,4,5 and 6 you are missing episode 1 which is a 47 minute episode but Toriko is more enjoyable in English dub thank you.
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Default 01-10-2013, 01:42 PM

unfortunately Funimation has change the order of the episodes and there is no crossover for Funimation.
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Default 01-10-2013, 03:55 PM

whats 1fichier.com like for free users?
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Default 01-10-2013, 05:01 PM

Its actually really fast
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Default 01-11-2013, 03:35 AM

I have a question. Do you know if the Toriko series is an upscale? Like the fansubs that are released from the Japanese broadcasts. Are they actually bluray quality or just upscales? I've been trying to figure this out. Japan has only released DVD versions of Toriko. And FUNimation's trailers are 720p to 1080p and I would watch it upscaled to 720 or 1080p and it looks pretty similar to bluray quality. I'm just saying because I've always thought Japan released Toriko on bluray but they never did for some odd reason. That's why I'm thinking if its an upscale and decided to ask you. Hope to hear from you later.
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Default 01-11-2013, 04:06 AM

Funimation only released DVD's and these are HDTV, the quality difference is quite high compare to funimations Crap DVD's
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Default 01-11-2013, 05:30 AM

But it would be the same crap with Japan's Toriko DVD's lol. Not just FUNimation's. Just downloaded your encode of the first episode. The quality compares to the clips that FUNimation provided in 720p and 1080p on youtube. They really don't look like crap. They look very identical to the HD broadcasts from Japan. So the HD broadcasts must be an upscale. Because thats what it looks like. And It makes sense now that I think about it since Japan never released Toriko on Blu-Ray. The other encodes i saw online that were from the FUNi set were in 480p. I'm comparing everything with a 42 inch HDTV right now so I see every little detail. Thanks for the episode.
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Default 01-11-2013, 11:04 AM

Every single episode of what you uploaded is matching what I am getting from Toriko Wiki and episode 2-11 are the same names of the subtitled 2-11 I have.
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Default 01-11-2013, 12:52 PM

Even if it is an upscale the HD version uses 709 with 16-235 while the Dvd uses 601.
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Default 01-11-2013, 10:30 PM

What?

When playing the DVD's on a player with an HDMI cable to an HDTV it should be in 1080p HD. Looking like this encode or better and similar to the FUNi Youtube clips in 1080p but better because even though its in 1080p its really compressed on the website. Both Japan and America's DVD's are upscales like i said so you can't do much about it. The broadcasted episodes will show you each episode uncompressed I'm pretty sure. Because that's how some of them look like. People can decompress the DVD's in 1080p and it should look like broadcast quality. Just like how they air it. There's no native HD version of Toriko. They are upscales from DVD quality. Just like these episodes that are in 720p. But they are still good though. Some people just didn't know about it.
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