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is there any dub anime on Crunchyroll?
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I remember watching "Toradora!" dubbed here.
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Not for long (in theory). With the CR/FUNimation Alliance announced last year, CR is (supposed) to be shifting their dubs to FUNimation, in exchange for FUNI's subs. But we shall see...
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TheGrandAlliance wrote:

Not for long (in theory). With the CR/FUNimation Alliance announced last year, CR is (supposed) to be shifting their dubs to FUNimation, in exchange for FUNI's subs. But we shall see...


We are not shifting any of the existing dubs to Funimation. We are handing on the rights to create dubs of select titles that we currently only have or will have subs for.


By the way, if you want both services in one subscription, check our other product VRV (vrv.co).
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shinryou wrote:


TheGrandAlliance wrote:

Not for long (in theory). With the CR/FUNimation Alliance announced last year, CR is (supposed) to be shifting their dubs to FUNimation, in exchange for FUNI's subs. But we shall see...


We are not shifting any of the existing dubs to Funimation. We are handing on the rights to create dubs of select titles that we currently only have or will have subs for.


By the way, if you want both services in one subscription, check our other product VRV (vrv.co).



Hmm, well my FUNI-centered interpretation of the arrangement; as evidenced by a FAQ, would suggest otherwise. Perhaps details are not quite yet certain/public...

http://www.funimationnow.com/faq


What will happen to shows currently with Crunchyroll or Funimation?


Subtitled versions of many of Funimation's shows will be moving over to Crunchyroll, and English dubs from the Crunchyroll library will be now available on FunimationNow. In addition, Funimation will be creating and streaming new English dubs for shows currently only available with subtitles on Crunchyroll. Funimation will also promote and distribute releases for new Crunchyroll shows on home video and digital download-to-own formats. We will also distribute home video and digital download releases for Crunchyroll shows that have already been announced. Show availability on each platform will be updated in stages, so keep an eye on our Blog for more details!


Also from the Q/A above,


What does this partnership mean for how I watch anime?

Funimation and Crunchyroll will be partnering to bring you the best and broadest selection of anime titles for each new season. Crunchyroll will provide the subtitled simulcasts, and Funimation will be streaming Broadcast Dubs for most titles within 2-4 weeks after the show's original Japanese broadcast. Funimation will also create, produce, promote and distribute the DVD, Blu-ray, and download-to-own releases for titles in our partnership, with most including both English audio and Japanese audio with English subtitles. Crunchyroll will also begin streaming subtitled shows from the Funimation catalog, while Funimation will be creating and streaming dubs for select shows formerly only available on Crunchyroll.


Although what you said shinryou is partially correct; as evidenced above, it clearly states that in addition to newly created dubs of CR titles, they will be porting preexisting CR dubs to FUNI. Very hard to argue that, as evidenced by this statement. Now, whether CR is losing the dubs; or will simply be on both platforms however, is perhaps the source of confusion.


As to whether that is actual reflection of the agreement; or whether a disagreement exists between the two at present, remains to be seen. In either case, I stand by my original claim thereof. The idea being, as licenses expire or otherwise, FUNI would be ones to reactivate the dubs, and not CR. Simply perhaps a "minor technicality", in either case...
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TheGrandAlliance wrote:

Although what you said shinryou is partially correct; as evidenced above, it clearly states that in addition to newly created dubs of CR titles, they will be porting preexisting CR dubs to FUNI. Very hard to argue that, as evidenced by this statement. Now, whether CR is losing the dubs; or will simply be on both platforms however, is perhaps the source of confusion.


As to whether that is actual reflection of the agreement; or whether a disagreement exists between the two at present, remains to be seen. In either case, I stand by my original claim thereof. The idea being, as licenses expire or otherwise, FUNI would be ones to reactivate the dubs, and not CR. Simply perhaps a "minor technicality", in either case...


There are no dubs on Crunchyroll currently, except for S2 of Free IIRC, that were produced by Crunchyroll.
Dubbed titles that we have licensed from companies like Nozomi, Discotek, etc. should not be moving over to Funimation, at least as far as I know.

Dubs currently in production by Crunchyroll are a different story.
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shinryou wrote:


TheGrandAlliance wrote:

Although what you said shinryou is partially correct; as evidenced above, it clearly states that in addition to newly created dubs of CR titles, they will be porting preexisting CR dubs to FUNI. Very hard to argue that, as evidenced by this statement. Now, whether CR is losing the dubs; or will simply be on both platforms however, is perhaps the source of confusion.


There are no dubs on Crunchyroll currently, except for S2 of Free IIRC, that were produced by Crunchyroll.
Dubbed titles that we have licensed from companies like Nozomi, Discotek, etc. should not be moving over to Funimation, at least as far as I know.

Dubs currently in production by Crunchyroll are a different story.



Eh, well now your statement is a bit interesting. The FUNI-side implication of the deal was that CR platform-based dubs (everything; regardless of dub studio source) of "select titles" would be at least copied to FUNImation. That could mean things like Sword Art Online (the most valuable) down to others.


If what you said is accurate; the deal only referring to CR-produced and not licensed titles, it basically means FUNI would get nothing. So either the position of FUNI is "misleading", or perhaps something else is going on behind the scenes.


Alas, it doesn't matter too much going forward... what does appear to be true is that a sort of non-compete agreement exists on future anime seasons. As to the backlog of past titles, time shall tell indeed...


No matter, in either case, nice talkin with ya.
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Posted 1/6/17 , edited 1/6/17

TheGrandAlliance wrote:

Eh, well now your statement is a bit interesting. The FUNI-side implication of the deal was that CR platform-based dubs (everything; regardless of dub studio source) of "select titles" would be at least copied to FUNImation. That could mean things like Sword Art Online (the most valuable) down to others.


If what you said is accurate; the deal only referring to CR-produced and not licensed titles, it basically means FUNI would get nothing. So either the position of FUNI is "misleading", or perhaps something else is going on behind the scenes.


Alas, it doesn't matter too much going forward... what does appear to be true is that a sort of non-compete agreement exists on future anime seasons. As to the backlog of past titles, time shall tell indeed...


"Select titles" means only certain titles that fall under the scope of the partnership would be migrated. For something like Sword Art Online, Aniplex of America would have to agree, and it's unlikely they'll agree to put their content on a direct competitors (in regards to home video releases, at least) website.
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I would like to watch eng dubbed anime too but funimationNow is not available in finland
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eyeofpain wrote:

For something like Sword Art Online, Aniplex of America would have to agree, and it's unlikely they'll agree to put their content on a direct competitors (in regards to home video releases, at least) website.

That wouldn't be without precedent, however. For example:
http://www.funimation.com/shows/durarara/videos/episodes

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TheAncientOne wrote:


eyeofpain wrote:

For something like Sword Art Online, Aniplex of America would have to agree, and it's unlikely they'll agree to put their content on a direct competitors (in regards to home video releases, at least) website.

That wouldn't be without precedent, however. For example:
http://www.funimation.com/shows/durarara/videos/episodes



Certainly there can be exceptions. Perhaps FUNi's history with Baccano was part of that, or licensors just decided that it was worth putting the title on as many platforms as possible.
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