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Thursday, December 31, 2015

I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying 2nd Thread (BD, 720p)

Here is the 2nd season of this incredibly sweet short show. The first number is the order the episodes aired, while the second number is the chronological order of the events in relation to the first season. The negative numbers represent flashbacks. Subtitles are from Chyuu. Download it now.


  1. Any reason why it says the file is 46 minutes long?

    1. All the files...when i play it in VLC, it says its 46 minutes long

    2. No idea. I don't use VLC, since it's terrible. Everything works fine using MPC-HC.

    3. According to mediainfo there are two duration entries:
      Unique ID : 251020953941204071750947252514141730855 (0xBCD8E08F49BA87D4BE2831170B5B7827)
      Complete name : [DmonHiro] Dannaken S2 #01 (#07,5)- Wriggling Memories (BD, 720p) [0B9241BD].mkv
      Format : Matroska
      Format version : Version 4 / Version 2
      File size : 131 MiB
      Duration : 46mn 16s
      Overall bit rate : 397 Kbps
      Encoded date : UTC 2015-12-31 10:49:45
      Writing application : mkvmerge v8.6.1 ('Flying') 32bit
      Writing library : libebml v1.3.3 + libmatroska v1.4.4
      Attachements : ...
      DURATION : 00:03:28.500000000
      NUMBER_OF_FRAMES : 448
      NUMBER_OF_BYTES : 71796

    4. Any idea what would cause that?

    5. Looks like mkvmerge created the correct duration amount but the 46m one is part of the original video tag. mkvmerge probably should have detected that the tag existed and replaced it.


  2. Same with Kodi, mplayer, MplayerX. But, yes, works great in MPC-HC.

  3. Thanks for the release!

  4. It's anything ffmpeg based that shows the 46 minute duration, which is practically anything other then the working player/codec/splitter.

  5. Any possible fix for that?

    1. dont use anything that use ffdshow, so many troubles go away.

  6. It seems like it's the audio that's too long. When you extract the separate streams, audio is humongously big and 46 min long. Simplest way I found to fix this is to first use avidemux 2.6, open the file and just save it again as an mkv. It then crops the audio to the video length (I guess...). I then used mkvcleaver (windows prog) to extract the subtitle track and the attached fonts, and added them to the file created by avidemux with mkvtoolnix. You end up with a file about half the size of the original. The extracted audio files are about 75 MB each, the cropped 8 MB.