Eureka Seven

Episodes – 50
Video – 960×720 @ ~2400 kbps
Audio – 2.0 FLAC (Japanese, English)
Subs – G_P

TV Series – Torrent


Video – 1920×1080, 1280×720  @CRF 13
Audio – Japanese 5.1 FLAC 16bit, English 5.1 FLAC 16bit
Subs – Nanashi

1080p Movie – Torrent
720p Movie – Torrent

Notice: Due to the recent BakaBT offer for the Eureka Seven Movie and the comments on audio discrepancy I re-examined the audio encode.   It seems the BDMV raw that I used has a missing audio channel in the Japanese track. I have have place an order for the Blu-Ray disk of the movie and will do a re-rip of the Japanese audio. Apologies for not catching it earlier. The torrents will be corrected and the corrected audio track will be available for direct download.

It seems like the North American version of the E7 movie is just pure fail, in terms of the Japanese audio track. Its actually missing said channel on the original disk. 🙁 Audio is actually only 16bit, sorry for that mistake.  Mediainfo reads the converted flac file as 24bit for some reason. Not much more I can do about it.

101 Responses to Eureka Seven

  1. ♦Tenshi♦ writes:

    Grain was present in the original source. Its there on purpose.

  2. suiton writes:

    TV episodes arent in 1080p?

    Source was interlaced

  3. Guy writes:

    20 gigs for the 1080p movie , whys the file so large on the download tenshi .Surely it should be half that size ?

  4. ♦Tenshi♦ writes:

    Blame the film grain for the super large size. Between sacrificing HDD space and sacrificing quality, HDD space will always be the loser.

  5. Guy writes:

    Well for me 20 gigs is overkill,it would have to be a very special and favorite movie to justify that size and i don’t think this compares well to the series .Thanks anyway tenshi 🙂

  6. steve writes:

    wanted to ask if the letter that’s shown in episode 50 was translate. i have G_P release release and remember that it wasn’t which bugged be quite a bit.

  7. anon writes:

    >CRF 13

    sure is pro encoding in here. better grab bd remux (~30GB) than this crap

  8. Imran Khan writes:

    awesome job guys !!! keep it up and do good animes like this one and Cardcaptor Sakura and Angel Beats.

  9. Ass writes:


  10.    writes:

    Probably a typo. 😛

  11. ♦Tenshi♦ writes:

    My bad, its been fixed.

  12. GbitOptServerline writes:

    The right front audio channel of the Japanese audio in the 1080p Movie is completely mute. Could you check if the encoding went okay? The English version in the same file is not affected by the way.

  13. ♦Tenshi♦ writes:

    Are you using VLC? Cause that’s the only app I can replicate your audio issue with. Its fine for me on WMP and MPC with CCCP. Anyone else experiencing this issue?

  14. GbitOptServerline writes:

    I demuxed&decoded the Japanese audio with Eac3to v3.22 to a raw .wav file just to be sure. I verified it too in Audacity (audio waveform editor). By the way, I found out that both Flac audio tracks are 16 bit. They are encoded to 24 bit. That doesn’t affect quality, but that does waste a lot of space unnecessarily. (Each sample stores 8 zeroes at the end.) I am currently re-encoding the English audio track at 16 bit lossless, but I would certainly like to have both audio tracks working.

  15. ♦Tenshi♦ writes:

    This seems to be a source problem. I didn’t really notice it due to the fact that I only have headphones at my encoding station. Here is the log from when the 5.1 Jap TrueHD file was encoded.
    M2TS, 1 video track, 2 audio tracks, 2 subtitle tracks, 1:55:50, 24p /1.001
    1: Chapters, 22 chapters
    2: h264/AVC, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9)
    3: TrueHD/AC3, English, 5.1 channels, 48kHz
    (embedded: AC3, 5.1 channels, 448kbps, 48kHz)
    4: TrueHD/AC3, Japanese, 5.1 channels, 48kHz
    (embedded: AC3, 5.1 channels, 448kbps, 48kHz)
    5: Subtitle (PGS), English
    6: Subtitle (PGS), English
    a04 Extracting audio track number 4…
    a04 Extracting TrueHD stream…
    a04 Decoding with libav/ffmpeg…
    a04 Encoding FLAC with libFlac…
    a04 Creating file “D:\E7 Encoding\E7 Movie\BDMV\STREAM\Japanese-5.1.flac”..
    a04 Original audio track, L+C+LFE+SL+SR: constant bit depth of 16 bits.
    a04 Original audio track, R: no audio data.

  16. KZero writes:

    any DDL please?

  17. KZero writes:

    I mean the 1080 version, 20 GB is alot.
    And thanks your work!

  18. DM writes:

    ^ awesome job :thumbsup:

  19. KZero writes:

    Thank you very much!

  20. Anonymous1+1 writes:

    Didn’t G_P use crappy R1 subs?

    Why didn’t you guys use Nanashi’s subs for the TV series? ;__;

  21. Zalis writes:

    @ Anonymous1+1:

    Would *you* want to OCR or transcribe 50 episodes worth of hardsubs just to give leechers their honorifics or whatever is allegedly better about Nanashi’s subs?

  22. Seis writes:

    Nanashi’s translation was severely wrong in many places. Why on earth would you want them to use it?

  23. Lemon writes:

    I know I am late in asking… but any possibility of you releasing creditless OP/Eds ?
    None, series is complete.

  24. scandilizer writes:

    was the missing audio track in the movies or all the episodes? just wondering what i need to re-download?

  25. scandilizer writes:


  26. Lemon writes:

    ok thanks for the reply

  27.    writes:


  28. GbitOptServerline writes:

    Eac3to has some problems with detecting 16-bit TRUEHD directly. It can be solved by decoding to WAV. The decoding step is lightning fast compared to the encoding step to FLAC, by the way.
    eac3to test.AC3 test.WAV
    If a 16-bit track is detected, but the WAV file is still written 24-bit padded with zeroes, you can shave off those bits by using the -down16 switch. (Please, don’t do that with actual 24-bit recordings, it removes the lower 48 dB of all sound (144 dBFS versus 96 dBFS), that’s not lossless.)
    eac3to test.WAV test2.WAV -down16
    You can delete the intermediate files when the encoding of a next file is done.
    Any FLAC encoder will happily accept normal WAV files generated by Eac3to.
    eac3to test.WAV test.FLAC
    eac3to test2.WAV test.FLAC
    I use a separate 64-bit FLAC encoder to compress at settings far above the standard (-8). Do remember that many 32-bit encoders, like the reference encoder, have a memory addressing problem that makes encoding files larger than 2 GB impossible. 32-bit LibFLAC implementations such as the one built into Eac3to can output files larger than 2 GB, but are limited in encoding options.

  29. ♦Tenshi♦ writes:

    Its a disk problem not a eac3to one. I actually played the original blu ray disk in PowerDVD. Its missing the right front audio channel. Its really sad 🙁

  30. GbitOptServerline writes:

    I meant it for the English track, and of course to be helpful in general.

  31. Wr4tH writes:

    Hi, it seems the flac audio tracks in episodes 26 and 33 are corrupted, in the 26th there’s an error at 10:42 min and at 1:11 min in the 33th. I usually encode the audio track to gain disk space without sacrificing quality, I can probably encode these through dshow since playing the episode doesn’t hang at all, just wanted to let you know.
    Thanks anyway for this great anime.

  32. Alex writes:

    Any Megaupload downloads?

    Thanks for the series!

  33. Leon writes:

    Is it me or was episode 26 a little messed up, it had some audio sync problems near the end of the episode.

  34. Wikiwalker writes:

    This anime is going to take me years to download. More seeds, please?

  35. dcmanager writes:

    yes its taking so long to download , need more seed help 🙁 .

  36. E7 Seeder writes:

    Yeah I hear ya dcmanager, I’ll help with what i can but my ISP sucks now on torrent usage.

    Do you also get a connection error due to nyaa torrents unknown host exception?

  37. ♦Tenshi♦ writes:

    E7 series is well seeded at bakabt.

  38. Veaudoo writes:

    Is there any way I could get just the subtitle files that you used for this series? I really liked them when I watched the series 🙂 Thanks either way ~.o

  39. dcmanager writes:

    oh btw . episode 33 the jap audio is dead. it plays to a certain point and it dies. had to download another 33 audio and muxed it in.

  40. mascthemoney writes:


  41. DarkAngel0224 writes:

    The encode errors in some episodes, say EP.05@ 1:49, really drive me desperate. Have you thought to fix them?

  42. Someone writes:

    how come my download percentage is 99% it stopped downloading??? i will keep seeding so dont worry this show is just awesome

  43. Deeperblue writes:

    got the series from torrent day………..just finished watching it………..only complaint i have is that episode 33 has no sound after the song in the begining
    is the name of one of the files i downloaded

    thank you very much for your work…………………..Deeperblue

  44. Joseph writes:

    It seems the English audio track on episodes 40-49 are out of sync by quite a bit. I played around with MKVToolnix for a while, and came up with a solution that puts the English audio tracks back in sync (I compared a TV rip of the episodes to my fix, and they’re identical audio to video synchronization-wise).

    Using MKVToolnix, add episode 40, click on the “Format specific options” tab, and then select the English audio track, which is labeled “A_AC3…” Next what you’re going to want to do is type in a delay for the English audio track in the “Delay (in ms)” box. The delay that I came up with and am extremely happy about is 600ms, so input “600” into the box. Then just select where you’d like to save the file, and hit “Start muxing.”

    That’s it. Repeat those steps for episodes 41-49 (episode 50 is in sync, which is kind of weird as to why the others aren’t).

  45. Joseph writes:

    Okay, so after watching episodes 40-49 a second time, I realized a 600ms delay is too much (I don’t know how I didn’t catch that before). I went back and inputted -150, and extensively made sure it was great. It’s much better now. So the input you want to put in to get the episodes in sync is 450, not 600. 🙂

  46. hi writes:

    Please seed …

  47. Kronima writes:

    Took down the series at BakaBT. Please seed!

  48. K writes:

    I have two gigs left to download! After it’s done, I’ll seed for a LONG time.

  49. phazer11 writes:

    I’m assuming you have the Blu-Rays? I had a full set of them at one point but I’m missing one or two now and only have the DVD (and it’s audio) plus some HD RAWs I have from a friend for the ones I’m missing. So rather than patching everything together I figured I’d just take these. I noticed that your information is wrong, it says Audio – 2.0 FLAC (Japanese, English) but the only FLAC is Japanese whereas the english is Vorbis at least of the episodes I’ve checked so far.