Quick Update: Various DM Raws

January 29, 2009 at 8:12 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Japanese, Raws, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 3 Comments

Screenshot from episode 52

Just added to the Duel Monsters Raws page are episodes 52 and 143 (new), along with episodes 22, 79, 80, 86, 134, 140, 142, 146, and 159 (alternate versions). All credit for the uploads go to Gato from Janime!

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  1. I was wondering if you or anyone you know had plans to provide a batch torrent for the raws. I was also wondering if you or anyone you know happens to have Japanese subtitles for the Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters television series in, say, SRT or SSA file formats.

    I’ve been a fan of the blog for almost two months, and I promise that I have read your explanations as to why this blog exists and why there are certain things you will not (or cannot) attempt to do here, but I still thought it wouldn’t hurt to politely voice one additional plea for a torrent to counterbalance the DDL approach. Specifically, the alternatives you listed in the FAQ seem geared towards English subs and not towards batch torrents for the raws. :(

    But please do take this for what it is: a humble request, and nothing more. I am already ever-so-grateful for what you have been able to provide the fandom with this weblog, especially since DVDs w/ unedited raws are impossible to come by in most countries. :) Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  2. Hi! Unfortunately, as far as I know, there isn’t a torrent for all of the raws and I don’t know how to make one. Even if I knew how, I wouldn’t be able to seed it for very long. Sorry. :/ I know it probably takes a long time to click each link and download each file individually, but that’s the only solution right now. (Well, you could actually search for them on Japanese P2P networks, but that’d be even more difficult.)
     
    I’m afraid I don’t have any Japanese subtitles for Duel Monsters. If you actually mean English subtitles, you could try using SubRip to extract them from the hardsubbed episodes into a soft-sub file. I’ve never done anything like that before though, so I don’t know much more than that. Good luck!

  3. I meant Japanese. :)

    I would use the Japanese P2P networks except their protocols don’t sound especially healthy on one’s hard drive, even less so than BitTorrent.

    That’s okay, thank you for replying tho! I appreciate it!


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