Your favorite show is out, its time to choose!
480 is crap, and 1080 is not enough of a difference to justify the increase in filesize.
1080p always looks just the same as 720
Huh. I never made the connection before between 720p/1080p and 720°/1080°.
720 or 480
Native 1080p :^)
If I'm streaming and all of those are available, then 1080.
If I'm pretending that we're in a futuristic version of 1993, then I would download 720. Not enough of a difference.
1080 if it isn't an upscale.
My autism always clicks 1080
720p reencoded by DeadFish.
my favourite show looks like shit anyways
Depends on if 1080 is an upscale or not.
Those buttons aren't evenly spaced
good to know I'm not the only one who noticed
>our favorite show is out
If it's a TV release, 720p, that's as high as the native resolutions go for TV broadcasts. Anything above that is an upscale.
Only BDs have native 1080p.
if horriblesubs, 480.
if anyone else, 720.
>not choosing the 1080p reencoded to 10bit 720p
oh fuck why did you mention that
Also for broadcast 720p, because nothing broadcasts in 1080p. For BD 1080p
Why do people release 480? I'm asking because I never really knew anyone who download those. I'd imagine that they are perfect for watching anime on handhelds like smart phones.
144. Just the way Youtube intended!
People with shit computers, no memory space, or the desire to edit the videos and upload them to sites like youtube (hence why they are also available in mp4).
>Not using 1080
The one with most seeds
Henneko was native 1080p when it was aired.
720 for shows. 1080 for movies.
Anything more than 20 seeds is enough to get it in a timely manner.
Are you stupid?
720p TV, 1080p BD.
Nothing necessarily stopping me from getting 1080p versions of TV broadcasts other than it being completely pointless 85% of the time.
Probably am but I honest;y don;t give a single shit. I usually just wait for the BD releases anyway.
I have shitty Internet. I usually go out of my way to get HD, but it takes quite a bit of time.
Sometimes if I don't want to wait long, I'll get 480p and start playing the file before it's finished downloading. Most frequently, these are HorribleSubs releases. As a side effect, it encourages me to upgrade my copy of the season once the BD RAWs come out.
No it wasn't.
720p for TV.
1080p for BD.
Why is 1080p released in the first place if they're just upscales? Excluding actual 1080p BD releases of course
Yes it was.
Lowest, I always watch on my phone anyways.
Isn't it just horriblesubs that does that? Maybe for people that have terrible players that don't upscale well. I really don't know.
720. 1080 is just upscaled space waster
Because people are stupid and think higher resolution means higher quality. They are actually that stupid.
As far as I know, all BDs are 720p native upscaled to 1080, and Henneko BD was natively a little higher than 720 (but not quite 1080p).
1080p. I have plenty space and a good connection. No need to settle for anything lower.
wow you're a moron anon.
you won't be saying that in the age of 4k animu
>480 for Hentai
>720 for Anime
>1080 for OVAs
I'm not sure, but every time I look at the 1080p release and I just get so confused. I tend to watch 720p fullscreen on my 1080 monitor, is there even a difference to doing this from watching the 1080p release?
my eyes are not good enough to see the diference betwen 480 and 720
No it wasn't. There are no networks in Japan that broadcast at native 1080p.
>As far as I know, all BDs are 720p native upscaled to 1080
Well you're wrong. That's true for some BDs, but not even close to all of them. Many BDs have native 1080p resolution.
>tfw no one cares about bit rate
It's depressing really.
No. Unless it's a BD rip.
>not 576p for hentai
>>480 for Hentai
Not like you have much of a choice.
720, 1080 are just crappy upscales
consider getting glasses
no, seriously, how do even manage to walk around without bumping into shit
Yes it was. My father works for Nintendo.
No, you're a moron. Exceptionally few TV anime are aired >720p in japan. All the 1080p you download are just upscales.
Your eyes must be really bad and you should consider getting glasses.
720p because 1080p is just upscaled
Smaller file size, and can play it at SD with no issues.
Also my vision is shit so I'm used to it.
So why do subbers release in 1080p for broadcasts?
144p .ogg hardsubbed with yellow arial font
its the only way
>There are people in the year 2014 that still download 480
You are honestly better off just streaming. Same quality and no wasted space, since that must be your concern if you are downloading 480 at all
People say you can't notice the difference between 720p and 1080p, but for some reason I've always been able to notice 720→1080 upscales the instant they start playing.
Because CR. Some shows are produced in resolutions higher than 720p, but when they air on TV, they're at most 1080i. Very few shows benefit you if you download the 1080p versions.
They do? I wish they did though.
It's the native resolution of my monitor. No sense in downloading media in a sub-optimal resolution when given the choice, though I'd love to change this situation some day.
1080p for BD rips
Because the idiots cry if they don't
720p since they're the first to come out like three fourths of the time anyway. I can settle for 480p, but if the option is available HD all the way.
720 unless it's a direct BD source like the G_P Escaflowne release or BunnyHat Macross release.
If it's TV stuff 720p though, as it is its actual res.
mmmm hardsubbed yellow arial font. That font always reminds me of watching Lain all those years ago.
and you don't seem to understand
This actually seems to be true. People flip the fuck out if 1080p isn't available, regardless of whether or not it's an upscale or not.
People just want bigger numbers.
It's funny because Nintendo doesn't know about HD.
I meant most, I think. I just know Henneko was special in some way regarding resolution.
Which I'm fine with, because I fucking loved the show.
I wear glasses. And are just cartoons, it's not like they have too much details to see
sure they do a lot of wii u games are native 1080p
nintendo and ms however struggle to even 900p
That can't be real. Why would people get angry over upscaled anime? This is cartoons we are talking.
Yeah, people getting angry over something as childish as cartoons?
Some shows, very few, are 1080p native today. There's also mixed elements for most shows that employ some 1080p element, like backgrounds. Otherwise, I think the studios are trending in the 800s and 900s for resolution these days, maybe a full 1080p in a few more years.
Meanwhile, hentai will likely regress back to magnetic tape.
480p , 720p
I mean traditionally, I don't know about the wii u. Also, this is /v/ territory.
That's funny because the WiiU is the only 8th gen console consistently running it's first party games at 1080p 60FPS
sage for vidya
Would someone actually do that?
Go on the internet, and get mad at chinese cartoons?
what will you be saying in the future?
>4k anime is just upscaled 1080p
higher resolution is quality
Behold, 1080p TV Anime
this nigga knows
The lineart is really becoming fiercely jagged at that size. Maybe animators need bigger paper.
If the source is 4k I'm all behind it. The source for TV anime is not 1080p. I really hope you're baiting, this is getting kind of sad.
The only way we can get 4k anime right now would be through film transfers. But I really don't get all of this 4k hype – you don't have 4k TVs and you don't have 4k delivery systems yet.
I have improved the quality of your post.
Yeah, that's why I said
>if the source
It's years away still. Not to mention downloading all those 4k sized eps will be impossible after AT&T takes over the internet and charges you by the kb.
Do any of you use your TVs to watch anime? I'm asking because I was wondering if watching broadcast anime on 1080p will benefit from a 50"+ tv.
I probably should of taken that in to account.
but 4k is a coming. All will be at peace and we can watch pantyshots in their highest moment.
Yep. And I use my regular monitor to browse /a/. It's a bad habit of mine.
A bigger TV always looks nicer. Whether you're going to see any additional detail depends on your view distance, not just the source.
because there are so many dumbass that will download 4k and play it on their 1080p/720p monitor, just like the ones who plays 1080p on their phones and tablets.
Dumb question. I was away for most of last year and I've seen that sage behaves like nokosage now.
I asume it still works, does it?
And more detail is almost negligible between 720p and 1080p, unless it's some old 35mm anime on BD.
No hardware you use will change anything if the original source is 720p.
If the original is 720p or below, then using1080p is always just the equivalent of this >>101057200
You're basically zooming in on or stretching an image. You aren't improving quality.
You are downloading >>101057200 instead of >>101057019
even though the quality is at best >>101057019
Encoders aren't going through these releases and upscaling them and then magically remastering each frame.
I'm on a 65" plasma TV right now. The main benefit is the lack of ghosting from the low response time.
The extra size doesn't help too much with the appearance since it's just reducing the pixel density. The biggest benefit here would just be the comfort of watching it from a distance.
I press 360 and walk away
Depends. I barely see any difference up from 480p (37" with about 4m distance). So there's plenty of additional detail I could see with a bigger TV, 1080p or not.
>I'm on a 65"
Have fun with your flickering peace of shit TV.
>No hardware you use will change anything if the original source is 720p.
This is false. Some hardware will be better at scaling than others.
I knew it.
It's also been out for a year, so there's that.
Its hardware undeniably falls short of its competitors'.
I'm house-sitting, so it isn't mine.
Also, it's not flickering. You must either be referring to older tech or what happens when your refresh is the same frequency as your light bulbs.
It's just not visible. Dumb change, but whatever
Are plasmas worth picking up? All I know now is that they come out with LED tvs. I was wondering if its worthwhile.
I like that 360, 720 an 1080 equal 2pi rad, 4pi rad and 6pi rad.
>480 = 8/3 pi rad
>I'm house-sitting, so it isn't mine.
You don't need any more than standard 480p for anime. They are cartoons... Its not like if you will see pores in their skin or any other noticeable increase in detail. The detail is not there. Sharper lines maybe but still... Its just a fucking drawing/cartoon.
Third world internet leaves me no choice
I'll agree to that but the point still stands
>Also, it's not flickering.
It does, at least for me (yes, modern plasma TVs, modern as in 2013). I know, I'm in the minority, but for this reason, I really dislike plasma TVs.
Plasma has good black levels and a low response time. You're not going to find that on any LCD under $5,000:
I've always been scared of them because the first generation plasma had a problem with burn in and (thus?) life expectancy. This one's kind of interesting with its anti-burn-in technology. If you get up close to it, you'll see there's constant noise keeping the pixels in motion at all time. Step back a few feet and you can't notice it.
Plasma's dying as a technolgy, though, since its pixel density is shit. 4K would be impossible on anything under 64 inches.
They have better colours compared to LCDs, as well as better viewing angles if that's relevant. The biggest downside in my experience is that they suffer more from glare if you're using it in a brightly lit room.
Set your refresh to something other than 60Hz. You might be getting interference with your lights. We had to do this all the time to prevent flickering back with CRTs.
>I've always been scared of them because the first generation plasma had a problem with burn in
The funny thing is that it's not out of the question that OLED TVs will have similar problems for certain colors (blue iirc). I'm waiting for Sony's crystal LED technology.
720p as nothing is mastered at 720p
I don't have one.
>prevent flickering back with CRTs
Are you trolling?
Yeah, I've spoken to someone who has burn-in on their PSVita's OLED.
720 to preserve bandwidth.
If I wanted upscale, I'll just upscale the 720.
Why are the button all 360-teir resolution?
>not downloading Hidimari Sketch in 16k
>not watching Hidimari Sketch on a movie projector that's projecting the image onto a giant sheet that's draped over the side of your house
Do you even wide?
Why on earth would I go with anything less than the highest available resolution? I have a gigabit connection and can afford new hard drives if I need to. Therefore I can afford to not give a shit and just watch whatever gives the best viewing experience.
Gonna need 3 projectors where you're going.
this, anything else it's just placebo
Should I invest in a projector?
No, you're retarded. If you honestly can't see the difference between anime in 480p and anime in native 1080p there is either something seriously wrong with either your monitor or your eyes. The difference is huge.
I watch a lot of stuff on my 2560x1440 monitors though so 480p content might look crappier for me than it does for most people.
720, I have a shit tier 1600x900 monitor and upscaling and downscaling are roughly the same, so might as well save space.
Why do you want one? A large TV may be cheaper and have better color.
Hidamari Sketch signals the return of Cinerama.
Let me add that a large TV is also not as loud and, in the long run, is cheaper.
Anime? 720p, downloads faster, uses less space and looks the same as 1080p.
But for films I'd go for 1080p if I can, since it actually does make a difference.
Anime is all monoshaded (is that the word?) bullshit 99% of the time and the backgrounds don't even move so there's no reason besides autism to bother with 1080p.
Seriously, why the fuck? There's no reason to justify the size difference if it's encoded properly.
Is there a difference between 720 and 1080? I've seen conflicting arguments when it comes to this.
I usually download 1080 because why the fuck not. I'm not using that space for anything else.
Because higher resolutions are not necessarily better viewing experiences for TV rips. 720p upscaled on your end by madVR is likely going to look better than 1080p as upscaled by Crunchyroll or whoever actually does it.
There is a difference: Upscaling in advance > Upscaling on the fly by your player. But the difference is small.
I have ass for download speeds so I usually do 480 for the first episode of the night to download it quickly. After that a 720 episode will download in the time it takes to watch the first episode.
>will download in the time it takes to watch the first episode.
Why don't you modify the priority so you can watch it while downloading?
Is it true that you can summon Daiz by writing out his name?
because he has ass download speeds. duh.
144 on youtube. Usually gotta wait a few weeks though.
>will download in the time it takes to watch the first episode.
I have never gotten that to work
...blaze it, faggot
Use XDCC so you can watch it while it downloads.
I don't know what that means. I'm a literal retard pls help
>only choosing one
360 for normal series like slice-of-life shows or episodes of an action series where nothing happens
720 for high detailed and fast animated episodes
1080 never because i don't see any difference
if it is a show i could care less about but just want to waste some time
yeah, i said it
I'm feeling nice today so why not.
>Join a rizon server, doesn't matter which
>when connected to the server type /join #nibl
>go here (http://nibl.co.uk/bots.php)
>find what you want
>copy and paste into mirc and hit enter
>choose where to download to
>enjoy your anime
God it saves a lot of space.
If it's a BD, 1080p because they've got the source material and can always upscale it right.
I mostly use nibl, but check these out as well if you can't find something
Keep in mind you'll have to join either #Kametsu or #intel to download these.
I hardly ever use Kametsu, but Intel usually has recent releases, and are usually released at the same time as the torrent.
Thanks anon. I'll try it out
>not wanting the highest resolution
Will we ever be able to download animu of this quality?
If you're still here I have a question.
How do I know if something is downloading? Where does it go? The IRC just keeps yelling at me and I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.
Disregard this I suck cocks
could you be more specific?
Always 720p for me.
>Not having a top tier internet connection and just downloading the same amount of pixels for the masochistic fun of it.
720x800 is fine resolution, why i don't time.
Actually, anime needs HD more than live action shows and games do.
I tried 1080 for a awhile a few years back on shows that are currently airing, but honestly after trying 720, I don't notice a lick of difference.
Honestly I don't even know why sub groups are even using 1080 for "airing" shows. Waste of time on everyone's part
Always 480, I watch anime in a quarter screen size window on the corner of a monitor while I'm doing other shit, sort of as a distraction.
Like someone said earlier, people would probably complain if it wasn't available. Which is retarded but if giving them upscales shuts them up, who cares?
The smaller the monitor, the more compact the pixels will be, the better the picture. Bigger is not better.
Projectors suck in general.
It's only HorribleSubs, which directly copies Crunchyroll, which has a 1080p setting (only an upscale of 720p version) to trick the kiddies.
That being said, I'm not sure why horriblesubs releases the upscaled version.
1080 if good
720 if otherwise
Because of the idiots who, as seen in this thread, believe that bigger numbers always means better quality.
What resolution is the show mastered in?