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Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Movies

on April 5, 2014

These Movies are made from various sources. English audio is from R1 DVDs, italian audio from R2I DVDs, japanese audio from R2J DVDs and the first japanese audio track on movie 1 and 2 are from drama CDs for highest possible quality. The drama CD audio was cut and synced by me to match the movie. English translation is from R1 DVDs and styled, retimed and checked by me.

Video source for the first Movie and the Make up! Sailor Senshi Special is the italian DVD since the japanese DVD is really bad. Movie 2 and 3 are sourced from both japanese and italian DVDs, the Ami-chan no Hatsukoi Special is only sourced from japanese DVD. I tried to combine the benefits of both sources and eliminate the disadvantages in the process. The italian DVDs retain some more details, are sharper because of higher resolution and have less haloing. The japanese DVDs in comparison have less blocking but more artifacts.

Besides that i reconstructed and redrew around 550 frames. I fixed burns, holes, scratches and glued areas on cells. Further i tried to fix some chroma bleeding, a lot of haloing, dirty outlines with artifacts, and some aliasing.

All the file informations can be found on the project page and the respective movie entries.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R Movie on BakaBT
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S Movie on BakaBT
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S Movie on BakaBT
Sailor Moon Movies on nyaa


5 comments on ”Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Movies”

  1. Deckard

    This looks like great work. The lengths you go to ensure higher quality is really inspiring. I’ve never really watched the Sailor Moon series but I’ll definitely check these.

    Btw, I’ve been thinking of learning Avisynth code so I could mess with that GITS WMV9 videostream in your release. I just want to do away with the random objects and flickers that appear onscreen. How steep would you say is the learning curve for something like that?

  2. der richter

    learning avisynth is probably quite easy. though it’s harder to learn to properly filter a source. filtering out some of the random artifacts might need some advanced stuff without damaging other things.

    but i am properly not the best person to ask such things.

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