Berryz Koubou – Munasawagi Scarlet (BR)

July 30, 2014

[H!F] Berryz Koubou - Munasawagi Scarlet (BR) (H264).mp4_thumbs_[2014.07.26_18.16.47]

Dear Readers,

Here’s Berryz Koubou’s 12th Single PV in Bluray!

Dang where have these kids from 2006 gone? That sure is a long time ago.

Enjoy!

Staff:
Translator: projecthello.com
Re-Timer: raven412, Tomo-chan
Typesetter: Tomo-chan
Encoder: SacredCultivator
QC: SacredCultivator

Download it Here.

7 Responses to “Berryz Koubou – Munasawagi Scarlet (BR)”

  1. Berryz Koubou going on a hiatus.. Break my heart to hear this song.. All of their songs actually.. T.T

    I hope there will be some subbed berryz dvd magazine to celebrate them.. Give Berryz fans a peace of mind…

  2. If only we had the active / staff for it sure, but since we don’t, don’t count on it =/

  3. Is it possible.. If we slowly pitch in to making the subs? Where anyone can contribute.. Some might do the first 2 minutes.. The other continues or choose the minutes they want to do.. I think I see people do that on Gaki no Tsukai Batsu game subs.. I don’t really know Japanese nor can I read it.. But I do know a few words and could make a guess on some dialogues.. I could probably make timeset as well.. Been looking if there’s any auto timer..

  4. Nah, I don’t think that’s really worth the time/effort primarily because that can lead to inconsistencies. As I know mm-bbs / nihongogo did this and it worked for them.

    And things can get a bit confusing too, so it’s better (for us at least) to have things done in a uniform fashion.

    As for a “auto-timer” ehh, nope UNLESS there are alternatives subs done for said project ad then you ripped those timecodes. But even then I probably wouldn’t trust them because if there was I’m sure it’d be timed in a way that we don’t like (Looks at the Japanese subs that are provided via D-addicts, I would always have to adjust those which was a pain and I’d rather just do it manually)

    But thanks for the suggestion.

  5. Ah I see your points. Thanks for replying though

    Well I used Visualsubsync. Well by auto I guess I misuse that word. Sorry about that. I was looking for a software just like Visualsubsync where I could just highly the point of the video down to the microsecond instead of using a notepad and wrote the timing myself.

  6. Oh, then you’re looking for Aegisub. That’s what MOST subbers use.

  7. I see. Thanks

    *Highlight.. Sorry.. Typos..

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