First  Prev  78  79  80  81  82  83  84  85  86  87  88  89  90  91  92  93  94  Next  Last
The Crunchyroll Revolution
51052 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
45 / F / would love to be...
Offline
Posted 11/11/09
CR is a lot better than other sights for clarity and quality . As someone who only joined a couple of months ago and looking around at other sites who have Anime you can tell that Crunchy roll has and is providing the proper licensed product versus some other 's that shall we say look right off the DVR but look like off of a VHS even with the best upload program the quality is based upon what you start with. I respect that we do have a sight beyond the biggest US dub sight and company right now that different types of programming can be brought in to be enjoyed by everyone javascript:void(0)
Posted 12/22/09
crunchyroll now?

Compared to the crunchyroll back in the '07s and mid '08s.

IT SUCKS
1183 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / F / my imagination
Offline
Posted 12/28/09
WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO THE VIDEOS??????

its been like a year since i visited to get my new dose of drama and anime,, and where did it all go??? :(( :(( :((

STUPID SELFISH COMPANIES!!! GRRRR.....


well shinji, thanks for crunchyroll and everything but hey there's no point in logging in unless you're posting in forums.
1200 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
20 / M / Singapore
Offline
Posted 1/2/10
God damn how long already was the first post,CR is heading towards the right path with this change.Fansubs streaming are illegal in the first place,especially those licensed so stop whining.
69872 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
53 / M / Northeast Ohio, USA
Offline
Posted 1/7/10
@nurisuki11 I see what you mean.

I mean, zOMG! Half the current Japanese broadcast schedule! In high quality with no "taken down for copyright infringement" halfway through a series! Free on ad-streams or else same-day simulcast for less than a 1 disk Netflix subscription!

ITS SO TERRIBLE!!!

Its not quite the same for non-US members with the region restrictions - US members can go to Hulu and see the biggest shows that are not on Crunchyroll - but instead of just complaining about that, its time for people in non-US countries to get organized and tell the people sitting on the streaming rights for no good reason to get in touch with CR and work out a deal.

Its broadcasters and DVD licensors in your country who are sitting on the rights, and need to either stream themselves, or work out a deal for CR to stream them.

Posted 8/16/10
i wonder wats cr look like before this revolution o.o
2007 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
29 / M
Offline
Posted 8/24/10
how cant cancel my account
15967 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
22 / M / yo ma'z place
Offline
Posted 8/25/10
u da man shinji
Posted 9/5/10

Pinchejulio wrote:

how cant cancel my account


http://www.crunchyroll.com/nuke
46089 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
31 / M / Stuttgart, Germany
Offline
Posted 9/6/10
Hi I have a premium membership so i download the ipod touch app and it say my login info is wrong but when use the same info login to site it works what's up?
48789 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
18 / F / ewan ko
Offline
Posted 9/7/10
I like CR the way it is the time I signed up here..... ugh... I really wish CR that time is working well in my laptop, coz I can't accept any buddy request, can't post any GB and on forums.... that's why I started using CR on dec.25, 2008 )yeah I still know ) and I've been a regular since 2009.....
seriously, I think CR sucks now am only here just to reply on my GB posts and forums... I haven't watch anime here for a year..
plus, profile musics are gone now, only anime members have those and the licensing of videos,..... and CR is easier to use before..
718 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
22 / M / Philippines
Offline
Posted 9/9/10 , edited 9/9/10

agila61
Its not quite the same for non-US members with the region restrictions - US members can go to Hulu and see the biggest shows that are not on Crunchyroll - but instead of just complaining about that, its time for people in non-US countries to get organized and tell the people sitting on the streaming rights for no good reason to get in touch with CR and work out a deal.

Its broadcasters and DVD licensors in your country who are sitting on the rights, and need to either stream themselves, or work out a deal for CR to stream them.



Except that there is no DVD licensors for anime in Southeast Asia and maybe in other regions too. (Lol Odex is in Singapore only and lol HERO TV is slacking for the lolz.) It's just that anime companies are reluctant to grant streaming rights outside the US.
69872 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
53 / M / Northeast Ohio, USA
Offline
Posted 9/9/10

dark_pride wrote:


agila61
Its not quite the same for non-US members with the region restrictions - US members can go to Hulu and see the biggest shows that are not on Crunchyroll - but instead of just complaining about that, its time for people in non-US countries to get organized and tell the people sitting on the streaming rights for no good reason to get in touch with CR and work out a deal.

Its broadcasters and DVD licensors in your country who are sitting on the rights, and need to either stream themselves, or work out a deal for CR to stream them.



Except that there is no DVD licensors for anime in Southeast Asia and maybe in other regions too. (Lol Odex is in Singapore only and lol HERO TV is slacking for the lolz.) It's just that anime companies are reluctant to grant streaming rights outside the US.


There are definitely broadcasters. Animax seems like a roadblock for a number of series, and various FTA broadcasters pick up the occasional anime ... and broadcast licenses of five years ago would seem likely to include digital distribution rights for the term of the broadcast license.
718 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
22 / M / Philippines
Offline
Posted 9/9/10

agila61 wrote:


dark_pride wrote:


agila61
Its not quite the same for non-US members with the region restrictions - US members can go to Hulu and see the biggest shows that are not on Crunchyroll - but instead of just complaining about that, its time for people in non-US countries to get organized and tell the people sitting on the streaming rights for no good reason to get in touch with CR and work out a deal.

Its broadcasters and DVD licensors in your country who are sitting on the rights, and need to either stream themselves, or work out a deal for CR to stream them.



Except that there is no DVD licensors for anime in Southeast Asia and maybe in other regions too. (Lol Odex is in Singapore only and lol HERO TV is slacking for the lolz.) It's just that anime companies are reluctant to grant streaming rights outside the US.


There are definitely broadcasters. Animax seems like a roadblock for a number of series, and various FTA broadcasters pick up the occasional anime ... and broadcast licenses of five years ago would seem likely to include digital distribution rights for the term of the broadcast license.


AFAIK, Animax is doing ok with simulcasts and an occasional 1or 2 new anime per month.
But then, speaking of censorship and the nature of most current anime shows .... yeah!
Posted 9/26/10
thank you for making this site!
First  Prev  78  79  80  81  82  83  84  85  86  87  88  89  90  91  92  93  94  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.