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Imma Youjo
Tokyo Private Police<-- I hope you can figure out to which episode they belong somehow. :?

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Post by Devil Doll » Tue Aug 16, 2005 6:10 pm

Does it make a lot of sense to have subtitles in aniDB that don't refer to any specific video file?

I added some of my own subtitles some time ago, referring to the (already existing) raw files via the subtitle files' comment, but I wonder whether the data model of the subtitle should contain a reference to a file id (instead of a complete set of parameters such as audio & video quality).

If such a data model would exist, the subtitles of one video file could be displayed indended/grouped below the corresponding video file, just like the video files are displayed/grouped below the episode they belong to.

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Post by Der Idiot » Tue Aug 16, 2005 6:49 pm

Devil Doll wrote:If such a data model would exist, the subtitles of one video file could be displayed indended/grouped below the corresponding video file, just like the video files are displayed/grouped below the episode they belong to.
aka shadow files. search on the forum/tracker for that. ontodo in the case of a total rewrite. so don't hold your breath, because that might never happen


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Post by BitFaze » Tue Aug 23, 2005 4:48 pm

I've made CREQs for 4 of the 5 files in this ep (of GitS SAC 2nd GIG) so they are ready to be moved to their related eps.
The 5th one (fid 97858) doesn't state which file it belongs to so I left that untouched.

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Post by Amour » Tue Aug 23, 2005 6:47 pm

BitFaze wrote:The 5th one (fid 97858) doesn't state which file it belongs to so I left that untouched.
Episode 05.

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Post by BitFaze » Tue Aug 23, 2005 9:39 pm

Amour wrote:
BitFaze wrote:The 5th one (fid 97858) doesn't state which file it belongs to so I left that untouched.
Episode 05.
Are you just guessing or do you have anything to back it up? I mean do you have the file locally, or a link to the group's site perhaps. I'm just wondering because the file is in italian and you write that you are from France...

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Post by Amour » Tue Aug 23, 2005 10:52 pm

I used Razorback ed2k history, and they say the filename is:
[DPCrew].-Ghost.In.The.Shell-.S.A.C..2nd.Gig.05.Inductance.(Sub.ITA).[By.taburn2001].rar
And "Inductance" is the name of Episode 05.

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