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Post Reply WATCH ATTACK ON TITAN EARLIER!!
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Spirithunter123456 wrote:

thx for the info. i will try it out.


When I first attempted a free trial it didn't actually give me a real elite membership so it was the same old player. If you don't see the Gear I mention below then contact support.

If you have the Elite player and the video you are playing has 720p available then all you will see is a little gear near the bottom right. Click the gear and you will get 720 and 480 options. Click 720 for 720 obviously. It seems to default to 480 and I have not found a way to make it default to 720.

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The fighting style in this show, amazing, the acrobatic maneuvers, along with using the perpetual force of motion to increase there attacking power on the titans. Haven't read the manga but those Really big ones, god makes me wonder how you kill one of those after i watched Episode two. All i can say is im seeing a lot of hard core battles coming up.
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how come it's only in certain regions, PAL regions want it too
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Spirithunter123456 wrote:

thx for the info. i will try it out.


When I first attempted a free trial it didn't actually give me a real elite membership so it was the same old player. If you don't see the Gear I mention below then contact support.

If you have the Elite player and the video you are playing has 720p available then all you will see is a little gear near the bottom right. Click the gear and you will get 720 and 480 options. Click 720 for 720 obviously. It seems to default to 480 and I have not found a way to make it default to 720.



thx a lot i am currently using a free trial to watch index. i honestly like the premise of the story. i hope it won't be disappointing. i wonder who are stronger the espers or the magicians.
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ITS STARTING PISS ME OFF THAT EUROPEAN PREMIUM MEMBERS GET JACK SHIT!
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imsebimse wrote:

ITS STARTING PISS ME OFF THAT EUROPEAN PREMIUM MEMBERS GET JACK SHIT!


I know your pain, but it piss me of when people write with only capital letters.

After watching 2 episode it looks like it will take same time before we see some good fighting and mc kicking titans ass.
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peterdegrootst wrote: I'll need to move to a new country to see this one. OR wait for it to ..yeah. I will wait in the Netherlands for it to show. Any idea how many Dutch Subscribers CR has? Do we pack a punch? Are we an interesting group for anime-studio's?


Well, there are ways to move from the Netherlands to the UK without actually leaving the Netherlands, but that's not really a topic for discussion in a Crunchyroll forum.

I don't know what the share of the Crunchyroll subscriber base comes from what country ~ Alexa gives estimates of total traffic, in which the Netherlands is under the 0.5% share for being listed separately, but for one thing Alexa numbers are a bit shaky, and for another subscriber traffic would be swamped by free member traffic, but its subscriber base that would be generating the bulk of royalties. Looking at where the Netherlands stands in terms of regional access, it got 50% this season, 68% last season (the Fall and Spring seasons tend to have the higher profile series, where broad distribution is the hardest), compared to: (premium access, Spring/Winter):

80%/78% UK
80%/67% South Africa
65%/73% Australia
50%/68% the Netherlands
41%/62% Brazil

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That is an awesome answer Agila61 !

I am happy to know where 'we' stand and i see i can still enjoy a lot of shows. On average i follow half of the shows of a season that are broadcasted so thanks CR for making my life that much better. My downloading days are almost over thanks to the large legal streams i am enjoying. CR had a banner on one of my downloading sites and after about 2 years i decided to hop on the bandwagon with one of those 'half price for a year' offers.
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imsebimse wrote: ITS STARTING PISS ME OFF THAT EUROPEAN PREMIUM MEMBERS GET JACK SHIT!


Which part of Europe? Outside of the UK & Ireland, Scandinavia & the Nordic Countries and the Netherlands, I don't think that European countries have ever had a large share of streams available. The old system of licensing broadcasts and DVD releases a language area at a time has always chopped up what should be the second largest anime market after the United States into a group of relatively small markets.

And the difficulty the Crunchyroll has had getting licenses for those countries means its likely that Crunchyroll has fewer subscribers from those countries, which makes it even harder to get new licenses.

Media licensing is one area where the supposed European Union has really come up short ~ except for the UEFA Cup and the Eurovision Song Contest.

And now two longer running series with fairly wide access for premium members, Fairy Tail and Polar Bear's Cafe, are coming to an end, without a lot of worldwide outside Japan or worldwide outside Asia licenses to take their place.

I really doubt that I would subscribe to Crunchyroll if I lived somewhere outside of the Americas, UK, Ireland, Northern Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. I'd likely watch was available on free streaming and put up with the ads, if I was only following one or two series. Or else I'd subscribe for one month at the end of each season and use that to catch up on the series.
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imsebimse wrote: ITS STARTING PISS ME OFF THAT EUROPEAN PREMIUM MEMBERS GET JACK SHIT!


Which part of Europe? Outside of the UK & Ireland, Scandinavia & the Nordic Countries and the Netherlands, I don't think that European countries have ever had a large share of streams available. The old system of licensing broadcasts and DVD releases a language area at a time has always chopped up what should be the second largest anime market after the United States into a group of relatively small markets.

And the difficulty the Crunchyroll has had getting licenses for those countries means its likely that Crunchyroll has fewer subscribers from those countries, which makes it even harder to get new licenses.

Media licensing is one area where the supposed European Union has really come up short ~ except for the UEFA Cup and the Eurovision Song Contest.

And now two longer running series with fairly wide access for premium members, Fairy Tail and Polar Bear's Cafe, are coming to an end, without a lot of worldwide outside Japan or worldwide outside Asia licenses to take their place.

I really doubt that I would subscribe to Crunchyroll if I lived somewhere outside of the Americas, UK, Ireland, Northern Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. I'd likely watch was available on free streaming and put up with the ads, if I was only following one or two series. Or else I'd subscribe for one month at the end of each season and use that to catch up on the series.


I'm from Denmark, I've been subscribing to watch Naruto in HD, but i opened my eye to the other series her. I have finished Kuroko no Basket
and bleach, and almost finished Sword Art Online.

An American friend recommended Fate/Zero, but i couldnt find it. I later found out American subscribers get everything, damn bastards.

I'm a big fan of the Shingeki no Kyojin manga and have seen the two first episodes fansubbed.

When i saw this thread i thought, fuck yeah, imma get some man-eating in HD, but alas, i got so dissapointed it blew my lid off.

At least i can watch HBO online unlike you Yankee Basterds.
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The fighting style in this show, amazing, the acrobatic maneuvers, along with using the perpetual force of motion to increase there attacking power on the titans. Haven't read the manga but those Really big ones, god makes me wonder how you kill one of those after i watched Episode two. All i can say is im seeing a lot of hard core battles coming up.




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imsebimse wrote: I'm from Denmark, I've been subscribing to watch Naruto in HD, but i opened my eye to the other series her. I have finished Kuroko no Basket and bleach, and almost finished Sword Art Online.

An American friend recommended Fate/Zero, but i couldnt find it. I later found out American subscribers get everything, damn bastards.

I'm a big fan of the Shingeki no Kyojin manga and have seen the two first episodes fansubbed.

When i saw this thread i thought, fuck yeah, imma get some man-eating in HD, but alas, i got so dissapointed it blew my lid off.

At least i can watch HBO online unlike you Yankee Basterds.

I get to watch HBO Online, but only because I have family that gets it on cable.

Denmark is very much like the Netherlands ~ better than most of Europe, Africa, the Middle East or anywhere in Asia, but only getting half the series in Spring/Fall.

Well, I think you are getting half ~ its not always easy to tell from the license announcements. Are you getting Devil Survivor 2, Flowers of Evil, and Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet?
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agila61, we get all of those you mentioned (Devil survivor 2, Flowers of Evil, Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet), so it's not all that bad. But still frustrating to not be able to see one of the most anticipated anime's of this season. Some of the ones we get to see seems fairly popular too, so I find it strange how they can't get a licence for Attack on Titan too. Oh well, I'm still happy for what we got.
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aphrodisiacs wrote: agila61, we get all of those you mentioned (Devil survivor 2, Flowers of Evil, Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet), so it's not all that bad. But still frustrating to not be able to see one of the most anticipated anime's of this season. Some of the ones we get to see seems fairly popular too, so I find it strange how they can't get a licence for Attack on Titan too. Oh well, I'm still happy for what we got.

Yes, I know Sweden / Norway / Finland did, I was asking about Denmark in particular, which has often been the Nordic country which has had the second most troubles with region block (Iceland has it worse).

And Attack on {the} Titan{s} is published by Kodansha, who often include the Nordic countries (for example, Muromi-san is the other series published by Kodansha this season), so it seems like its likely to be some complication due to sharing the streaming license with Funimation.
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