|"Gyakuten Saiban: Yomigaeru Shinjitsu, Futatabi" Subtitles
||[Mar. 13th, 2011|06:16 pm]
The long, laborious editing process has finally drawn to a close! Without further ado, here are the subtitles to Takarazuka's performance of "Gyakuten Saiban: Yomigaeru Shinjitsu, Futatabi"!
MediaFire download: http://www.mediafire.com/?rg1d86q2grkptn6
I added an "Actor" column that lists who says what line, which should be useful for those of you who don't own the play but wish to read the story.
Also, in case you're looking for the subtitles for the original play, you can find them here:
MediaFire download: http://www.mediafire.com/?x2gghbv97jd2pk9
I am currently uploading new YouTube clips to replace the ones that were taken down. I'll post the links once the videos become active.
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If you are interested in receiving a subbed backup copy of the play, please send a photo or scan of your purchase receipt OR the DVD itself (with a note attached proving that it's yours) to: email@example.com . Please include your name and mailing address. I will check usps.com to see how much it costs to mail the package to you, and then I'll send you the total. I accept payment via Paypal. As I mentioned previously, I used to accept payment after shipping the DVD, but I've been ripped off once already, and I don't want to be taken advantage of again. Thanks for understanding.
Thank you for going through this long process. You're a trooper. ♥
Congratulations on completing this. You'll be receiving my photo later today.
Thank you so much for all your hard work!
I have a question though, is there any video player you recommend for watching the videos with the subs? I'm using the Media Player Classic one, and unfortunately it starts to jump and skip when the karaoke song subs begin. Otherwise they work perfectly fine. I'm curious if there's a better player out there that I can use that won't be so silly.
Will hopefully be sending a pic for the backup soon :D
Ah yes, I actually had the same problem with Media Player Classic. The subs are pretty resource intensive :( However, I found that VLC Player handles them just fine with no skipping. Hopefully that works!
Thanks for the recommendation! Just downloaded it and it works great! Much appreciated :D