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> http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-01-29/crunchyroll-adds-arpeggio-of-blue-steel-and-yet-the-town-moves-spirit-circle-manga

Fucking yes, regular scanlations of SoreMachi and Spirit Circle.
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Who cares? Their typesetting is terrible and Spirit Circle gets translated within two days of Japanese release?
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Spirit Circle is already reliably translated though. Well, when the translator doesn't forget anyway. Glad about SoreMachi though.
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>>101172757
>Within two days
>Last chapter was released 11 dec
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>>101172757
> Their typesetting is terrible
People who want good typesetting can learn Japanese and read the tanks.
> and Spirit Circle gets translated within two days of Japanese release?
We're still waiting on the chapter 19 from what, last month? Meanwhile CR now has chapter 20 that just published. It's not "two days". Though we thank Duralumin for his fine work.
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>>101172966

Typesetting is much easier than learning kanji.
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>>101172613
Seriously, when the fuck is someone gonna release a program or script so anyone can rip the chapters from Crunchyroll?
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>>101172966
20's out on Crunchy but still no 19? Abandoning thread. Thanks for the info OP.
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>>101173102
They haven't said when they're going to release previous chapters yet.
Presumably before the next one.
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>chapter 108
>Not even a full chapter

Is this how this simulpub thing work?
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>>101173062
>Mizukami
>Kanji
Not a chance, katakana and hiragana at worst.
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I still wish we'd get an S2. That was some of the best honking Chiaki Omigawa did.
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>>101173693
We should be thankful enough that it happened at all, I suppose.
The last pre-Madoka-Shaft anime, before they became too profitable to do such things again.
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>>101173907

They could have made an S2 instead of Salami-san and made more money. Well, lost less money at least.
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>All this natural hand-holding
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>>101174229
> SoreMachi cameo in Pani Poni Dash
Wait a minute...how is this possible without a time machine?
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>>101174498

It was a redraw for the DVDs. Typical Shaft.
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I will keep hope that Crime and Punishment get picked up. I've been waiting forever for a chapter.
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>>101174319
Hotori x Kon chapters are my favorite chapters, followed closely by anything focusing on Hotori's family.
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>>101174671
My favorite is basically anything so long as Sanada isn't in it.
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>>101174671

I like when they do the alien, time traveller or esper chapters. It's most fun when it's being completely ridiculous.
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>>101173907
That'd be Arakawa under the Bridge x Bridge.

But Soremachi is great fun regardless.
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>>101174821
Seems like this may be a cultist chapter
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uki uki
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Yay, new Soredemo!

...

Wait, what? They've skipped 20-odd chapters since the last official release. And it's just dropping us in the middle of storyline. What's going on?
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>>101175989
They entered an agreement with the publisher of Young King Ours, the magazine that publishes these three manga, and released the newest chapters simultaneously to the publishing of this month's magazine.
There are 20-ish chapters skipped between it and the most recent official release because the last official release was a tankoubon from when JManga was still around.
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>>101175989
I present to you the geniuses at Crunchyroll.

Seriously tho, they've done shit like this for 95% of the series they've picked up. What the fuck do they expect people to do? Do they expect people to start Kono Oneesan wa Fiction desu!? at chapter 35?

Either start at chapter 1 or fucking wait until you have more chapters to release before you start. The fucking idiots.
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>>101176274
>>101176328

Then what is up with the format of this simulcast system with only 20 pages of the chapter? Are we suppose to subscribe to get rid of ads and get the whole chapter casted?

I wish Redhawk re-picked up Soredemo.
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>>101176574
If some of the chapter is missing then I assume that could be some sort of bug (since they did just add that series)


As opposed to their normal idiocy of starting series in the middle of their run.
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>>101176908
Now I kinda actually wished Onemanga was still up. At least I can pay few bucks to get just what I want with that.
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Did I decrypt the images wrong? Why is there no text? Have I been outsmarted by crunchyroll?
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>>101177933

At least you got a free cleaned image with that.
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>>101177933
>Have I been outsmarted by crunchyroll?
At the moment, it seems so. Text might be loaded like how softsubs are loaded, rather than be on the image itself.
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http://robofaget.tumblr.com/post/74991960084/do-you-plan-on-continuing-spirit-circle-despite

> The short answer is: if I disagree with the standards of quality or style that CR demonstrates, (aka i think they are bad,) I will continue.

> The long answer will come when my chapter and their chapter are both out (they will probably start with the newest and fill in backlog later, like most of their recent acquisitions). Expect a side-by-side play-by-play and a pedantry a-plenty!
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>>101178013
Always looking on the bright side. Thanks, anon.

>>101178072
http://api-manga.crunchyroll.com/chapter?chapter_id=3607
It seems that way. I don't remember the lists of "panels" being there before.
Anyway, this is too much for me now. Hopefully horriblescans and t4w(?) can get around this easily.
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Nevermind. I got it.
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The gap is a bit annoying, but at this point I'll take what I can get.

Important question: when are new chapters released? Is it on a schedule?
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>>101179067
The old chapters will probably be released when CR can. The new ones would obviously release when new issues of the manga magazine do, since it's simulpub.
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So how long until CR monopolizes anime and manga translations?

We going to see some lawsuits in the next few years?
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Spirit circle 20 if anyone wants it.
http://www.mediafire.com/download/2muf64zx4d96265/Spirit%20Circle%2020.zip

I included "raws" too. They don't have japanese text in the bubbles, but they don't have english text either.
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So, Arpeggio also simulpub?
All my FUCK YES.
If CR includes Fog Theatre at the end, I'm going to pay for a subscription. Make it happen, faggots.
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>>101179738
Mind letting us know what you used to/how you ripped the images out with the text?
I want to get Arpeggio 53 out.
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>>101179601

Lawsuit from who and for what?

From scanslators who have no legal standing?

From Crunchyroll? Good luck trying to sue bunch of kids from Philippines or some other non-US country
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>>101180830
Use encrypted_composed_image_url.
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>>101176328

They are expecting you to read the scanslations if they are available.

It's a pretty realistic strategy.

They make money based on number of subscriptions, the best way to get subscriptions is to have as many on-going mangas as possible, preferably those mangas that have shitty Engrish translations or slow ass release schedules.

Why does it make sense for them to limit their offering just because someone doesn't know how to use mangatraders or Batoto/Kissmanga?
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>>101172613
SoreMachi picked up?
Hell yes!
I will still get it from nyaa though, I'm not paying a cent for my chinese manga
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>>101178249
Guess this is a pretty noob question, but how did you find the chapter id?
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>>101176574
>Are we suppose to subscribe to get rid of ads and get the whole chapter casted?
I read the last Arpeggio chapter now without a subscription. Maybe this is some problem with just this manga/chapter. Probably not intentional.
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Wait, Crunchyroll also does manga?
First time I've heard about that. Is it any good?
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Talk about bad timing for Soremachi. This is the first multi-part story in years.

Also, looks like they made a mistake on page 4. Sei should (probably, haven't seen the raws yet for 108) be asking whether Futaba is carsick, not drunk. She got carsick earlier on the way to the inn. Did the translator not read the previous chapter?
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>>101184103
Crunchyroll translators are known for not being familiar with the source material.
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>>101173693
This. Too bad senpai's VA quit
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>>101184192
I don't get it.
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>>101184103
Oops, that should be Shizuka, not Sei.
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>>101184246
They got the character's surname wrong.
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>>101182218
It doesn't always work. And seems to be up to whatever whims.
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>>101182947
http://api-manga.crunchyroll.com/chapters?series_id=XXXXX

http://api-manga.crunchyroll.com/series

http://api-manga.crunchyroll.com/volumes?volume_id=XXXXX

I think that was right.
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Someone with a 2560x1600 or higher display should turn the screen orientation 90 degrees and screenshot away.
That would be the easiest, but a really shit tier way to do it.

>>101184811
Thanks.
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>>101184933
Easiest? Not really. You can write a shit tier script that has basic functionality with that info. I did it in python pretty easy. I hardly even know python.
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>>101184980
Post script, please?
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>>101185018
You'd have to install the requests python module. I could probably rewrite it without it.
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>>101185069
https://pypi.python.org/pypi/requests
This one?
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>>101184980
>Not sharing with easy to follow instruction.
Why do you hate your fellow /a/nons?
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Why is it that I find it hard to follow battle scenes in this manga? Who is it that got destroyed at the end? Haguro or Nachi?

>>101185314
All he needs to do is post the script, really. Even I could cook up something user friendly after that. Would've done it already, but too much of a noob to figure out how to decrypt the images properly.
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>>101182093
>Lawsuit from who and for what?
That's why IP owners and companies wanted treaties such as ACTA or TPP to be passed or even SOPA which is weaker than ACTA but nastier in a different sense. These address the very situation you mentioned by criminalizing downloading. So, it's no longer just illegal and a civil matter; it remains illegal and becomes a criminal case. This enables your local police or FBI office to get involved right away just like in an armed robbery or kidnapping.

>From Crunchyroll? Good luck trying to sue bunch of kids from Philippines or some other non-US country

ACTA, SOPA, and presumably TPP would deal with scofflaws by forcing the ISPs that make such things possible to come down on those accounts causing the problem. Otherwise, that ISP would be forced legally to be blacklisted or have traffic curtailed. You can laugh, but in business, this is a "For Cause" situation on contracts. Thus, the ISP is still obligated to pay for its full bandwidth to the trunk services, BUT at the same time not be allowed to have it. Many contracts have various "For Cause" situations outlined in them including employment contracts. The "for cause" is a legal term often applied to those situations. Basically, the ISP must pay, but cannot use; how long can a company do that before its managment loses their bonuses? Obviously, they will sacrifice the pirate users by using means they legally are allowed but which the law cannot technically force them to use otherwise. The EFF has the best explanation.

https://www.eff.org/issues/tpp

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Pacific_Partnership
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>>101184103
Those three make quite the trio. Does this take place in Hotori's third year? Only evidences I can point out is her hair style at this point.

Will ever get to see the special chapter in the anthology translated?
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>>101185566
It's entrance exam season for Futaba, so Hotori has to be in second year.
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>>101186578
Be interesting to see if someone will be able to piece together the chapter time line at the end of it all. I thought Hotori lost her side-tail around the middle of the third year after growing it back.
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>>101186805
There's something like that here:
http://ohtanouen.blog96.fc2.com/blog-entry-219.html

The same blog also tries to list all the references in Soremachi:
http://ohtanouen.blog96.fc2.com/blog-entry-215.html
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>>101187366

That's some grand specular right there. Just kinda flipped around chapters myself if it made sense just based on the dates.

>第43話 2年目5月
>第44話 2年目2月~3月

That part doesn't seem to add up though, considering 44 is where she got her character developed and prior chapter had her hair just fine.

Am I slowly becoming autistic for caring about this?
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>>101187366
Goddang
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>>101185391
http://pastebin.com/cavNZxiM
This is about as bare bones as it gets.

python generate.py "<link to the chapter>"
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>>101187808
I guess 43 just doesn't fit anywhere else, even if Hotori's hair seems a bit long. Here's her hair from ch. 93, which is supposed to be March second year.
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>>101188542
Adding logging in would only take a couple more lines.
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>>101188592

But 43 was the yard sale chapter which had her with thr pony tail on and considering she started third year with the short hair it doesnt seem right. Unless they are using a different chapter order.
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>>101188542
Thanks a lot, anon.
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>>101185429

The thing about a law is that you need an enforcement mechanism.

Who exactly is going to enforce these laws in the Philippines? (Setting aside the fact these treaties don't seem to cover many nations from which the scans come from)

The primary problem with these laws are that it can easily be pretext for infringement upon civil liberties, not that Crunchyroll is going to start suing kids and ISPs.

The laws are much more problematic in the U.S. where the entertainment industry has political and financial clout and are willing to use it.

Crunchyroll doesn't have the political or the financial resources to even threaten to litigate these cases domestically, let alone navigate the proper channels to try to resolve things on the international scope.

Besides the ISPs, the actual scanslators are basically judgment proof anyway, so it's dumb to think of suing these guys.

From a pragmatic standpoint, Crunchyroll gains literally nothing from becoming litigious. It actively hurts their bottomline.
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>>101188734
Yeah, now that I've looked at it, you're probably right. 44 has to be third year, not second.
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>>101188542
Noobs guide on how to use? (I have python)

Tried changing the basedir to valid and putting the link in <link to chapter>
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>>101190029
Give the link as a command line argument.

But the re.match isn't returning anything, and if I give the ids manually, I get a
>AttributeError: 'HTTPConnection' object has no attribute '_tunnel_host'

Anon who wrote the script, which version of requests are you using?
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>>101190145
Probably the latest a month ago. The api shouldn't have changed. I just looked it up, are you using an older version of python?

The link needs quotes on the command line.

>>101190029
You needs requests installed if you haven't done so.

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/requests
Download and run 'python setup.py install' I think. I don't really use python but the libraries are simple and it's not that hard to use.
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>>101190358
>The link needs quotes on the command line.
Oh, that was where I was fucking up.

But then I still get
>AttributeError: 'HTTPConnection' object has no attribute '_tunnel_host'

I have Python 2.6.2-8. This might be too old, huh. Will get a newer one and see.
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>>101190484
2.6.6 is mentioned somewhere. So try 2.7.
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>>101190145
>Give the link as a command line argument
>>101190358
>You needs requests installed
Thanks got it. Worked great for me with 2.7 except that the bubbles have no text in them...
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>>101190883
Yeah, no that's fine. You see that line page['url']? You can use page['...][...][encrypted_image_url] which is commented below it instead. Add options, makes a copy of the script. Do whatever. I really did say it was barebones.
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Well, they at least know to target good stuff. Have to wonder if they were scanlation-based calls or local popularity based calls because all three have decent followings in japan.

>>101173638
Dude, Mizukami's a seinen mangaka. I know his stuff gets called shonenshit by the haters but he only uses furgana for new names and terminology.
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>>101190962
*image_url
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>>101190962
Also if your internet craps out, CR is fucking up their images or anything, it'll just fail.

I was messing around with the default GUI toolkit for the first time to see what I could do, but I imagine no one uses it because of how terrible it is.
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>>101190962
>>101191025
I managed to get it. Thanks a lot for your work, anon.
Though I had to hardcode the volume id and chapter num.
For some reason, a match wasn't being returned even with the URL within single quotes, after I got Python 2.7, even though it worked nicely with 2.6. I don't get why, but that's no longer relevant.
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>>101191437
Try double quotes. It's a pain in the ass.
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>>101179738
This doesn't seem complete. The last page doesn't have Mizukami's usual chapter ending style to it.
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>>101191437
Could you pastebin your edited version pls?
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>>101191578
I didn't edit it. Just hardcoded the values for the chapter I wanted. ie. It will only download that particular chapter.
If you're having the
>AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'group'
issue, you can try double quotes like he says.
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>>101190962
>>101191025
I-I don't really understand exactly what to change here.

I tried changing page['image_url'] to various combinations of page['001][024][encrypted_image_url] but it won't work (I guess that's what I was supposed to change?)

Any more noobier friendly instructions?
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>>101192050
Literally replace url = page['image_url'] with:

url = page['locale']["enUS"]['encrypted_composed_image_url']
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Does HorribleScans still exist? Can someone else do their job, if not them?
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>>101192107
Thank you very much kind anon. Working perfectly now.
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>>101192138
http://www.nyaa.se/?page=search&cats=2_0&filter=0&term=cr
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>>101192257
Fucktards need to stop using nyaa. There's 0 seeds on them already.
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>>101192257
wtf is with them releasing non-cr manga? Shit just confusing.
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>>101192257

Thanks. I'll RSS SoreDemo and Spirit Circle.
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>>101192375
Who knows. It's retarded. But there have been like 3 groups already. CR, CrunchyScans and HorribleScans. All terrible and late.
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>>101192412
I know one of them was just doing screenshots.
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>>101192412
Considering this shit is free, might as well rip them ourselves.
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>>101192442
Well yeah. I just need to write a better GUI for this shit. Although, in a language I never use. You can get a guest pass and then rip all the back catalog or use the trial.
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>>101192439

Any idea which? So I can avoid.
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>>101192479
I'd really like to know as well.

>>101192412
Oh wow, one of them named all of the images png instead of jpg.
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>>101192467
>get a guest pass and then rip all the back catalog
You read my mind. Just need something with a login option and for CR to actually fill the backlog.
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>>101192479
>>101192619
Can't recall. Just dl a few and it'll be the one that has by far the smallest resolution.
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>>101192663
I could probably add the login option to that pastebin script right now. I think I know how to do it at least.
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>>101192467
I don't think it's worth putting that much effort into. After all, if they just change their encryption method, your efforts will be in vain.
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>>101192412

>LIKE US ON FACEBOOK
>releases manga that isn't CR

Cancer.
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>>101192753
Have they ever significantly changed their anime encryption in how many years of being ripped?
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>>101192412

If we get a group that's actually good, I'll seed them on my seedbox.
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>>101192844
It's not like this really needs any good group as such. It's all directly from CR, so what's on CR is what you'll have in a CR rip torrent.

I just put together an Arpeggio chapter right now thanks to the script posted in this thread. Didn't take even 10 minutes. Anyone else doing it can take the same time and release the same thing. Unless the uploader is absolutely retarded, all such releases will have the same quality.
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this will only make it harder for me to find them

I know bakabt has torrents up for yamada and the 7 witches but their search system is fucking retarded.
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>>101192931

Well, for instance, the group screenshotting is the stuff I want to exclude.
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>>101193100
I uploaded a set of screenshots earlier. I'm sorry.
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>>101172613
>Supporting a jewish corporation.
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I just noticed crunchroll has yamada and Shirogane no nana

where do I read these? or are any torrents uploaded?
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>>101193187
There are missing chapters. All the missing Yamada chapters should be in the archive.
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>>101193187
im a dumbass >>101192257


are they good translations ? I'm not a moonreader so I wouldn't know
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>>101192412
I usually tag it as (CR). But my vps got suspended so i didn't continue uploading. Fuck, space bro until v22 was ripped but I haven't download it to my computer yet.
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>>101189145
>The thing about a law is that you need an enforcement mechanism.

That's the beauty of those treaties like ACTA which did spell things out. When treaties are signed AND ratified, new laws are then written as well as prior legal precedents automatically overturned. SCOTUS (supreme court of the US) has long acknowledged that international treaties often trump national laws.

As for companies not litigating or suing, that is WHY criminalization is sought after. Because it is criminalized, the company only needs to show enough circumstantial evidence to law enforcement to start the case. After that, YOU the taxpayer funds the litigation against yourself because law enforcement now does the investigation, detective work, and final evidence gathering before filing the court case against you. So, instead of a civil court case of Crunchyroll vs You, it is People,CR vs You. Very nice cost savings to the IP holder. As for financial penalties, because it is criminalized, the court can order wage garnishment and claims against future assets (like if you inherit or build a business they can lien it). That's why criminalization is such a big deal. Those 4channers who habitually say MEH or LOL simply don't understand the significance of criminalization and how it not only is investigated, but how it is penalized. All those RIAA or MPAA low fines would be larger when criminalized.
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>>101193607

Look, the implementation of a law doesn't automatically create enforcement mechanisms. It may be the law of the land, but a law is useless unless it can be enforced.

I understand that you are arguing that criminalization of these acts will create enforcement mechanisms, but I don't think that's realistic.

American police departments are woefully ill-equipped to actually investigate these claims and local prosecutors don't want to handle these complicated cases.

The average police officer doesn't know shit about computers, doesn't know how to conduct an investigation of this nature, and frankly doesn't care. Police higher-ups and their political benefactors measure success based on lowering crime rates and putting bags of cocaine and meth on the table. If you look at the recent history of federal and state/local police funding, you'd see that these were the police priorities.

Similarly, local prosecutors measure success based on their conviction rates. They want easy cases or flashy murder cases to boost their credential. No one's going to want to do this "nerd shit", especially since there's a high risk of it backfiring because no one on the grand jury knows what the fuck this crime is about.

Basically, it's an analogous situation to you walking up to an inner city police station and saying "Uh yeah, I think some guy stole my iPhone". They'll say "Okay, kid, we'll get right on that" and then do shit they actually prioritize.

The feds might have an easier time of it, but they are run incredibly thin already, and it's unlikely that they are going to put up the funds to actually enforce this in any meaningful fashion. If it's not terrorism or big drug busts, they don't really give a shit.

And again, U.S. attorneys are not going to prioritize these cases, because it will not advance their careers.

If no one's going to enforce it meaningfully in the U.S, what makes you think other countries are going to give a shit?
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>>101193982

And I think the key thing here is the difference between civil and criminal cases.

You are arguing that criminal cases are more dangerous, but I'd say that criminal cases are not that problematic when implemented.

In civil cases, there's an incentive to pursue these cases. IP holders want to scare off people, and shit law firms want to bill some easy hours because most people get scared shitless and don't want to litigate the issue.

Our criminal justice system is based on the notion that individuals cannot pursue claims against other individuals. It's the prosecutor who has the ultimate say in whether a case move forward or not, "victims" get little say.

And my argument is that the incentive and resource structure is so stacked against anyone in criminal justice system giving a shit, that non-powerful IP entity like CR won't be able to utilize it at all.

(They are going to cite to it in their civil letters to scare people though, and it's useful for them that way)

This law is basically a huge "I got your back" to the entertainment industry and has dangerous civil liberties implications, but I don't think criminalization is the big issue here.
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http://pastebin.com/4b26FNzE
Possibly logging in with the simple script. But yeah, there's not much point with it only downloading a single chapter. If there's anyone who wants to know how you're supposed to logon, that should roughly cover it. Probably.
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>>101194273
>{"name":"ENTER YOUR USERNAME", "password":"ENTER YOUR PASSWORD"
Now you're programming in my language lol.
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>>101188542
I'm pretty much a noob, so just asking this out of curiosity.
How did you figure out that XOR-ing each byte with 66 decrypts it?
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>>101194862
Besides the fact that it's been posted a bunch of times on /a/, I decompiled the swf. Although in the end that really didn't give me much more info than the network requests.
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>>101193982
>American police departments are woefully ill-equipped to actually investigate these claims and local prosecutors don't want to handle these complicated cases.
Then you have your friendly, specialized departments like ICE (part of homeland security)

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2014/01/21/this-google-glass-user-went-to-the-movies-then-he-got-interrogated-for-about-four-hours/

Yes, we got anti-border trafficking cops cracking down on "piracy".

>I understand that you are arguing that criminalization of these acts will create enforcement mechanisms, but I don't think that's realistic.

You are naive if you believe that if there is pressure to criminialize it there won't be any pressure to see it enforced.
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>>101194912
Meaning I didn't even need to bother decompiling it.
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>>101194912
Oh, I had no idea that it was known information.
Kind of silly for an "encryption" method, though. It's like they want people to break it.
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>>101195064
More like they don't just didn't want anyone to be able to open it. Not that it stops anyone with at least some knowledge, a flash decompiler or simply being on /a/.
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>>101195064
DRM fundamentally doesn't work, so it's just an arms race in obfuscation. One they didn't engage in so far.

If we were to assume some mastermind at work then the decline of fansubbing due to substitution effects by horriblesubs can be attributed to CR's simple "encryption".
Therefore CR is making it easy for HS to kill fansubs.

Just as planned.
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>>101195227
If they actually wanted people to read on their site though, they could actually make a not-piece-of-shit reader. That thing's atrocious. You can't even control the zoom properly. I really wish they would stop using jpg, or at least turn up the quality even a bit.
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>>101195436
The worst part of it is that once you zoom in, you must click and drag to scroll down.
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>>101195436
put a monitor in portrait, that makes it much easier to read
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>>101195537
>have to turn monitor 90 degrees to use a paid service
There's something horribly wrong here.
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>>101195537
I have an old CRT and a laptop. That sounds brilliant.
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>>101195569
Ah well, I always have one of my monitors as portrait, so it's not much of a hassle.



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