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Old 2003-11-09, 00:35   Link #1
alexfan90
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Yami to Boushi to Hon no Tabibito

Who do you think did a better job on the subbing, shounen or Miyuki?
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Old 2003-11-09, 01:45   Link #2
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I perfer Shounen cus think their quality is better, but I would dl Miyuki, which ever comes out first on animesuki.
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Old 2003-11-09, 03:01   Link #3
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TTT, I want more opinions. . .
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Old 2003-11-09, 04:35   Link #4
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I didn't download s-ai's version since I think M-F did an excellent job with the translation. And frankly, I hate mkv. It's a good multimedia container but to get it to work is really a pain. M-F's encoding is on par too.
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Old 2003-11-09, 13:47   Link #5
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I agree with Lordwu. I'm watching Miyuki-Fansub's version too because I don't like mkv. Furthermore M-F's releases are fast, with clear font plus good image quality. So I don't see the need to try another fansub. Translation wise, I don't know 100% but I doubt if there's any major problem in M-F's fansub.
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Old 2003-11-09, 22:47   Link #6
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I like S-ai because of their quality, translation and speed. Miyuki, while not bad tends to put a lot of unnecessary notes onscreen. Some may view this as a good thing though. I'm surprised people have trouble with .mkv. When I stopped using wmp I've never had another playback problem.
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