Corrective Discipline EP 01 [ENG SUBS]

Corrective Discipline EPISODE 01 [ENGLISH SUBTITLES]
(懲罰指導 ~学園令嬢更性計画~ File.01 / Oshioki: Gakuen Reijou Kousei Keikaku Choubatsu Shidou)

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  1. It´s so amusing- but also boring- to read this conversatio above. It took me 10 secs to find out, what is it all about. Klick on the pictures above -they are copys of the DVD-inlays- and havve a look on site 2! Use your browser zoom if you can´t read it. You will find the original duration, size an other things there.

  2. Hi. This post is not specifically related to this video, but as you have no place for generic posts (that I’m aware of), this seemed like the best place to put it.

    I noticed that not every video file here was made with the correct or even consistent (with in a series) resolution, resulting in some seriously distorted pictures. If you happen to know the intended aspect ratio of the video file, could you start including that when you provide a new video file? My media player can enforce a resolution/aspect ratio on a video other than what is actually encoded, allowing me to fix this if I know what the intended resolution is.


    1. To my knowledge I have never had that problem, when I play a video my player always plays it (as far as I know) in the correct aspect ratio that the video was encoded as. If you look at the screenshots it gives you an aspect ratio. Your player should be able to open up the video properties of files, this is the only way I could suggest finding what your looking for.
      I always try to get the best quality rips I can find, naturally if they are created by different people, at different times, using different software, with these people having different standards, you will end up with different quality videos. When I gather videos for a set I always try to group files with the same aspect ratio together, unless there is absolutely no other option.You could just try manually reducing the window of your player till the video looks better if it’s such a problem for you. Or you could purchase the dvd.

      1. Thank you for your prompt reply, but we seem to be having a miscommunication.

        The files are playing at the resolution/aspect ratio listed in the thumbnails you provide. What I am asking is, are those resolutions/aspect ratio the same as the original media?

        As an example I site the series Luv Wave from this site. (As I’ve had issues with HTML links on messaging systems like this before, I’ll provide the link in a separate post as soon as I’m done with this one.) The series is three episodes long. The first episode is encoded at 640 x 480 (4:3), which matches what the thumb-nail states. Episodes two and three are encoded at 640 x 352 (20:11), again matching what the thumb-nails state. The question is, are those the aspect ratios of the original media, or are they skewed? If they are incorrect, which one is right, 4:3 or 20:11, or are neither right and should it be something else all together? Personally, in this case, I’m inclined to believe that all three should be viewed at 4:3.

        I’m not asking you to re-encode the files, or even go out of you way to look up what they should be. All I’m asking is that if, at the time you post a new video, you know what it SHOULD be, please include that information. I can have my media player enforce a specific aspect ration regardless of what was actually encoded.


        1. Sorry I don’t have that information since I don’t encode them. I have never heard of this issue, maybe you should try a different player? (your link posted all three time) EDIT: you could try any of the many sites that sell h-videos, they might have the original aspect ratio of the DVD releases listed.

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