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#1 | Back to Top11-02-2018 12:59:35 AM

Yasha
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From: Edmonton, AB, Canada
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Musical Utena ~ Bud of the White Rose! Come and get it!!!

Yep. Time for sharing, friends.

Musical Utena ~ Bud of the White Rose, complete musical & disc extras:
https://t.co/hu2hjalzLv

Subtitle Files:
https://t.co/4mSFgem66U

The Musical Utena ‚ÄúSoundtrack‚Ä  made by me:
https://t.co/lPhUfsxCfl

The video is slightly downscaled from the original Blu-ray rip, so it's 4gb for the musical proper and not 10gb. The entire thing with extras is about 7gb. Subtitles exist for the musical, the full stage extras, and the student council meeting. I don't have translations for the behind the scenes piece and the tea time piece.

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#2 | Back to Top12-15-2018 11:27:48 PM

Tsundere_Clegane
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Registered: 01-22-2016
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Re: Musical Utena ~ Bud of the White Rose! Come and get it!!!

Oh my, yes. Thank you!


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#3 | Back to Top03-15-2019 06:16:53 PM

At Times, Love Is
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Registered: 04-29-2016
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Re: Musical Utena ~ Bud of the White Rose! Come and get it!!!

I bought the DVD, thinking I would only have to slightly adjust the blu-ray subtitles to get them to work with it in VLC.

It's not a matter of just the timing being off, though. That's the case for around 2 minutes if I'm lucky, and then the subs stop showing up at all. Re-adding them doesn't help.

Clearly this problem isn't happening to most of you, but I'm so confused by the fact that it works for two minutes and then stops... I have to wonder if there's a problem besides the obvious fact that I'm trying to use blu-ray subs for a DVD, like if I'm using the wrong media player... but Media Player Classic, Windows Media Player, and Movies & TV are all region-locked (VLC isn't).

Here's something that would help me a lot... If I had a copy of the translated script, that'd be enough for me; I wouldn't need subtitles; I could just have that open on my phone while I'm playing the DVD on my computer. This is what I do for Yueju Opera.

I have aegisub so I suppose I can extract it from that but I figure it's likely there was a transcript already that the subtitles were made from, so... that would help me, is all.

I'm just really struggling.

And I have no interest in downloading the blu-ray rip because then, to me, that will have made my purchase feel worthless. I am not willing to buy something just to pirate it anyway... then I would feel no connection to the item I've purchased. I would get less satisfaction then if I'd done either one or the other to begin with.

For the record, if I sound frustrated, it's not really directed at anyone in particular... I'm just frustrated over how hard it is to watch this DVD that I paid 80 dollars for because I knew there would be a fansub.

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