On the single V is the normal PV, a close up version, and the making of.
Thanks for these, can't wait to nab the Close-Up version.Is this getting an event V with the solos?Also, I'm not sure if the regular dance shot was encoded in 60 fps, but I remember that one being a bit fuzzy on my computer and I can't find it anywhere in HD.
I think the event is either postponed or canceled.Are you sure it was the regular dance shot, or was it the dance shot solo mix ver.? I accidentally encoded the solo mix ver. into 60 fps, but the regular dance shot should be 30 fps. Though I could do a quick 30 fps encode again of the dance shot ver. if you're sure.
in this single there is not event v, the solos are in the limited edition of the album coming with a live ver. and are not solo ver. are album solo ver. ^^http://ryochan95.blogspot.com/2011/03/7-berryz-times.html
Thanks for the information ryochan!
Lmao so much for me subbing this video XDD
I checked it just now, and yeah, the fuzzy ness is pretty bad.Also, does anyone know if Macs are region free. I just may have to buy the Limited Edition Berryz Times, and I'm pretty sure I don't have enough money for a region free DVD player.
Hmm, that's weird. You said you downloaded Miya's Natural & Cool and it worked right? That was encoded the exact same way as the Berryz dance shot ver. Did you try any of the PVs on this page? They were also encoded the same way.Unfortunately I have no experience with macs, but maybe searching Google with something like "mac choppy mp4" can lead you to people who have solutions.I'm assuming that Mac drives are like Windows and aren't region free, however you should be able to just play it in VLC player. If you have a foreign DVD laying around, try this: put it in your DVD drive, disable auto play, open VLC, go to Media > Open Disc and open it that way.long comment is long
The Close-Up PV and the Making Of were fine so this is weird.asdfI found some things but it's all in computer language that I can't understand. xD Would another encode fix this?It's okay though, I found an mp4 on google.I did read that online somewhere, I just don't have a foreign dvd to try it. I'd like to save up for a region free DVD player, but for now, if I get a foreign DVD, I'll use this method. If only everything was Blu-ray, we have the same region code for that.
By region free DVD player are you talking about a stand-alone DVD player that you connect to your TV? If so, I actually won't recommend that unless you have a super huge TV or something. I say that because they are usually of poor quality (or at least the ones I've tried).I don't know how customizable macs are, but what I'd suggest is buying a second DVD drive for your PC. You can change the region for your DVD drive (but only a couple of times before it stops letting you switch). I have mine set-up where my best DVD drive (a blu-ray burner) is set to Japan's region code, and my second DVD drive (some cheap $15 one) is set to the US's region.
I have a semi-big TV so I don't know really.And I never knew you could do that so I'll definitely look into it. :)
Yep, you can definitely do it on a mac too: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2397
So I'll buy the DVD player and hook it up to my computer then?And then the regular CD and DVD drive in my comp can stay at region 1 while the DVD player is region 2?
Yep, just make sure that the DVD Player you buy is actually for PCs/macs and not a stand alone DVD Player or else you won't be able to hook it up to your mac.Something like this should work (hopefully you can find one cheaper): http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Other%20World%20Computing/VLU2SD22XLS/
asdfI'll see if I can find something at the apple store. The guys there are always extremely helpful.Thanks for the help.