Uta no Princesama Maji Love 1000% – 03


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16 Responses to Uta no Princesama Maji Love 1000% – 03

  1. Marina says:

    Awww, yeah, more fluffy boy band music >.<

  2. Lol, when I read the word Rainbows, I’m thinking about a song on Youtube XD Pink Fluffy Unicorns Dancing on Rainbows…

    Thank you so much for subbing this show ;)

  3. wat says:

    That’s one FABULOUSSSSSSSSS pic you got there.

  4. wow says:

    LOL. Prince.

  5. Voyeur. says:

    Prince… HUH?!

  6. wut says:

    Dat pic.

  7. LunaYoshi says:

    No kara on this one?

  8. anon-tan says:

    Just started watching this and wanted to say thanks for taking the time to release it.

    However, if you want the star in the ED lyrics to show up, you have to use a font that supports it. For example, the font “Seeing Stars” works nicely. You can keep the original font and styling, and when the star comes up just do: {\fnSeeing Stars}☆{\r}
    Works perfectly and plays in MPC-HC just fine.

    • Quattro says:

      The font does support the star. It displays fine for the staff who worked on it at least (using the latest CCCP).

      Thanks for the feedback. It’s too fabulous not to work on~

      • anon-tan says:

        Not according to the font’s character map it doesn’t. I’m not trying to pick a fight or anything, I’ve just seen other people say the star doesn’t display properly for them either. It’d be nice if it displayed properly for everyone without having to change players/renderers/whatever.

        Here’s how it looks in Aegisub for me: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/839/utapristar.jpg/
        Here’s how episode 3 looks: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/37/whynotutanoprincesamama.jpg/
        And here’s how episode 3 looks after I remux the edited script: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/839/utapri03testmkvsnapshot.jpg/

        The only change made to Aegisub’s configuration was changing the subtitle grid and edit box fonts from Tahoma to RaysHand.
        No changes were made to MPC-HC between playing the files.

        • Quattro says:

          Yeah, I’m plenty familiar with weird ascii characters and getting them to display. I’m just saying that it’s weird that it displays for us no problem in MPC-HC and Aegisub, while it doesn’t for others. It shouldn’t matter that we have the font installed (for MPC-HC playback at least), but there is something that is allowing it to display correctly for us. Just strange.

          But as you said, we’d like it to work universally (which we thought it was because none of the staff have any issues -_-) so we’ll have to use a font that definitely supports it.

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