This is not really a F.A.Q because no one really asked about these. But here you go.
- What method do you used to encode?
We use CRF method. Meaning that the size of a movie will depends on the type of movie and the complexity of the images. Some 2 hours movie might be 400MB in size, but some of them can be 700MB and above.
- Why you rarely updated new movies and requests?
Our current machines are decent. They can do 720p at 2-4 hours average and doubled for 1080p. Some of movies can go up more than 10 hours, depends on the state of the machine whether they are in use or not.
- Seriously, why you rarely updated new movies and requests, including reupload?
Some of movies are encoded in automated environment. They are queue and we will be notified whenever that particular finished encoding. That is not much hassle is it? The real problem is, our working space is not comfortable. Slow devices, lack of everything makes us feel lazy to update. HEVC is not like H264 which can be encoded in faster. HEVC provides smaller files, but it consume a lot of processing power.
- Why you started this website knowing you can’t handle much?
I am same as some of you who got limited bandwidth and budget. Small files will finish download faster and save mobile data right?
- Why your uploads are in rar format?
Those are archive. Simply extract them to get the file. I do this for a few reasons
– First, many file-hosters re-encode the video we uploaded to meet their standard. Not just the quality is compromised, even the codec will change too which me an it will be no longer an HEVC.
– Some people take our releases and re-upload them to their websites and platform and claiming they made those. Putting some barrier will make their job becomes a hassle. Yes, we are stealing from copyright holders, but we put hours and sometimes days into a single video.